Hokkaido Travel Guide: 10 Must-Visit Places for Couples


Unforgettable Adventures in Hokkaido: Must-Visit Places to Explore

Our journey to Hokkaido, Japan, filled our hearts and satisfied our taste buds. From our cozy stay at Royton Sapporo Hotel to the delightful culinary experiences, every moment in Hokkaido was truly memorable. The wide streets of Sapporo reminded us of our hometown, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, and we already long to return.

Day 1:

Shiroi Koibito Park:

We couldn't resist the temptation of indulging in the delicious Shiroi Koibito cookies at Shiroi Koibito Park, a treat for our taste buds.

Mount Moiwa Observation Deck:

The breathtaking night view from Mount Moiwa Observation Deck left us in awe. It was undeniably the best night view we had ever witnessed.

Day 2:

Delightful Treats: Le Tao Cake and Miso Ramen:

We savored the delectable Le Tao cake and the famous Miso Ramen, savoring the unique flavors that Hokkaido is known for.

Shimamui Cape:

Our journey led us to the captivating Shimamui Cape, where we were greeted by mesmerizing coastal scenery.

Cape Kamui:

Cape Kamui offered panoramic views and a tranquil ambiance that made us feel one with nature.

Sapporo Beer Garden:

Indulging in fresh draft beer and savoring the delicious Genghis Khan dish at Sapporo Beer Garden was an experience we won't forget.

Day 3:

Shikisai No Oka:

The vibrant flower fields of Shikisai No Oka painted a beautiful and picturesque landscape that delighted our senses.

Shirogane Blue Port:

The serene lakeside views and the charming atmosphere of Shirogane Blue Port left us feeling peaceful and content.

Shirahige Waterfall:

We immersed ourselves in the soothing ambiance of Shirahige Waterfall, marveling at the cascading waters and surrounding natural beauty.

Omelet Curry:

  1. We couldn't resist indulging in the flavorful Omelet Curry, a delightful fusion of flavors that left us craving for more.

Day 4:

Unkai Terrace:

Despite waking up early and departing from our hotel in Sapporo at 1 AM, we unfortunately missed seeing the ethereal unkai (sea of clouds). Nevertheless, the beauty surrounding Unkai Terrace was still breathtaking and well worth the journey.

Northern Horse Park:

Our hearts were warmed by the adorable little pony at Northern Horse Park, who greeted us with a wave and a friendly "Konnichiwa" (Hello) in Japanese.

Relaxing at an Onsen:

We couldn't miss the opportunity to unwind and rejuvenate our bodies and minds at a traditional Japanese onsen, allowing us to immerse ourselves in relaxation.

Day 5:

Niseko Takahashi Dairy Farm MILK KOBO:

We visited the charming Niseko Takahashi Dairy Farm MILK KOBO, where we indulged in fresh and creamy dairy products. The farm's milk and ice cream were a treat for our taste buds, leaving us wanting more.

Niseko Hot Air Balloon:

Taking to the skies in a hot air balloon over Niseko was an exhilarating experience. We marveled at the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Otaru:

We explored the enchanting town of Otaru. Its picturesque canal and historic buildings added a touch of romance to our journey. We strolled along the canal, immersing ourselves in the charming atmosphere and indulging in local seafood delicacies.

Our travels in Hokkaido allowed us to explore stunning landscapes, indulge in delicious cuisine, and experience the warmth of Japanese hospitality. From the enchanting Royton Sapporo Hotel to the captivating attractions like Shiroi Koibito Park, Mount Moiwa, and Shikisai No Oka, Hokkaido left an everlasting impression on us. We departed with a deep desire to return and discover more of the wonders that this beautiful region has to offer.

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