Model Courses

Traveling in Hokkaido:
Sapporo, Niseko

Hightlight

Discover the Great North of Japan through its culture, from local specialities to its famed winter sports.

Day1

  Travel to Japan

Day2

  Direct flight or via Tokyo/Osaka(New Chitose Airport)
Sweets making at shiroi-koibito park
Sweets making at shiroi-koibito park Sweets making at shiroi-koibito park

Confectionery culture in Japan runs deep and original and specialised sweets. Baked confectioneries using dairy products are a particularly big attraction in Hokkaido. You can learn to make your own iconic Japanese sweets as part of your visit.

 Experience information
  Overnight in Sapporo

Day3

Foot Hokkaido sightseeing
Experience kanjiki snowshoe walking at an outdoor art museum
Experience kanjiki snowshoe walking at an outdoor art museum Experience kanjiki snowshoe walking at an outdoor art museum

When people walk on the snowy ground in Hokkaido they wear traditional Japanese kanjiki snow shoes. Wintertime in Hokkaido means living with and plodding through snow.

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  Overnight in Niseko 

Day4

Niseko
Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura theme park
Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura theme park Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura theme park

Encounter ninja and samurai in a historical theme park featuring a reproduction of the streets of old Edo (Tokyo). It's like traveling back in time.

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Sapporo
Party at Okurayama Observation Deck
Party at Okurayama Observation Deck Party at Okurayama Observation Deck

The Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium from the 1972 Winter Olympic Games is still being used as a world ski jumping competition venue. Visitors can experience the legacy of gold medals on a simulated ski jump while enjoying beautiful night views.

 Experience information
  Overnight in Sapporo

Day5

  Depart Japan from New Chitose Airport or fly to Tokyo or Osaka for return flight home

*The kanjiki walking experience is only available from January to March.