By Tom (Admin)
The annual Karurusu Onsen Winter Festival in Hokkaido invites participants to play snow-related games and win prizes.
By Tatiana Garcia
Maruyama Zoo in Maruyama Park in Sapporo, Hokkaido
By R.S. Reynolds
Hokkaido as whole remains uncharted territory for many visitors to Japan, and even fewer make it out to the real countryside beyond the tourist hubs. Head east and into the snowy peaks and unexplored forests of Akan-Mashu National Park, you cannot help but feel like you are leaving the world you know long behind.
By Ignatius Koh
The Snow Crystal Museum of Asahikawa is a small, understated museum dedicated to snowflakes.
By Anna Cocchiarella
In Sapporo, but far from downtown, you'll find Makomanai Takino Cemetery. This atypical cemetery has an eye-catching collection of megaliths and other cultural replicas.
By Michelle Ishiki
The main shopping area in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, a main reference point for any tourist.
By Valerie Kor
The “Red Crowns”, the “God of the Marsh”, or simply, the Japanese Crane. Visit the Kushiro Marshlands this spring or winter to enjoy their graceful beauty.
By Fiona Yoshitake
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