A port town filled with history and romance

Otaru is a port city located in the middle of the west coast of Hokkaido. One side of the city faces the Sea of Japan and the other three sides face the mountains, and part of the coast is included in the Niseko-Shakotan-Otaru Coast National Park. The climate is relatively mild with little difference in temperature, and you can enjoy the rich nature throughout the four seasons.
From the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period, the herring fishery flourished in Otaru, and its prosperity laid the foundation for the Otaru economy, which was called the "Wall Street of the North. The retro and romantic Otaru Canal, which still retains the glory of those days, is a popular tourist spot. Please also pay attention to the rich food culture such as sushi and sweets.


A ski resort that attracts attention from around the world for its excellent powder snow.

Niseko, located in the western part of Hokkaido, is about a two-hour drive from Sapporo and New Chitose Airport. Niseko is the general name for the mountainous area consisting of Iwanai, Kyowa, Kutchan, Niseko and Rangoe towns. In particular, the towns of Kutchan, Niseko, and Rangoe are popular with foreign tourists as a tourist destination where they can enjoy winter sports using the excellent powder snow produced by the unique topography and climate. In addition to restaurants and hot springs, there is a wide variety of accommodations, from resort hotels to condominiums, to support your stay.


A town where you can enjoy beautiful seasonal scenery and locally produced and consumed food

Furano is a lush green city located in the center of Hokkaido. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hokkaido, with beautiful lavender fields and rice paddies, and a magnificent landscape just as it was once known as the location for the TV drama "Kita no Kuni Kara". The local gourmet food, such as the famous omelet curry, which uses a lot of local ingredients, is also an attraction.