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Eastern Hokkaido Area

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Ryokan Zaborin

Surrounded by Niseko's nature setting, Ryokan Zaborin is standing as it is hidden away.
Looking through the landscapes of the trees, with its color changing along each season, you will be able to clear your minds and have truly relaxed moment.
Please indulge in the luxury of Niseko embodied by this ryokan.

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Are you at the end of the earth or in
paradise? Experience another world
in Nemuro/Notsuke

Nemuro and Notsuke on the eastern side of east Hokkaido are known as Japan’s last undiscovered area.
The sight of ancient forests and what looks like the end of the earth is actually a paradise for wild animals.
This is a deep Hokkaido journey to be enjoyed by experienced travelers.

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The Wonders of Wild Life in the
World Natural Heritage, Shiretoko

Shiretoko extends on the northeastern tip of Hokkaido. This thin peninsula stretches for about 70km and is a sanctuary for incredibly diverse wild animals. Visit the animals that live here and their world. Experience the pristine nature of the land as well as the sea and the brilliance of wild life.

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Get the most out of winter drift ice
At the Sea of Okhotsk

Sightseeing in winter in East Hokkaido is synonymous with the pure white drift ice of the Sea of Okhotsk. We propose a trip in which you can get the most out of the drift ice not just by looking at it, but also by touching, walking on and experiencing the drift ice up-close from a variety of angles.

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JPY 5,400* Routes within Hokkaido
*Valid for travel from March 26, 2017
JPY 10,800 Routes aside from the above

ANA Experience JAPAN Fare

Northern Hokkaido Area

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Crabs of Wakkanai Port

The Port of Wakkanai is the northernmost port in Japan where large amounts of crab are caught. Winter is the season of red king crabs while hair crabs are caught in spring after the season of drifting ice, and the snow crabs are absolutely delicious in the fall. There are many restaurant serving crab dishes in Wakkanai City.

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Cape Sukoton

Cape Sukoton is the northernmost section of Rebun Island with a view of the uninhabited Todo Island in front. The island of Sakhalin can be seen in the distance on a clear day.

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Sea Urchin of Rebun Island

The sea urchins of Rebun Island feed on the Kombu seaweeds that have plenty of minerals, giving it a rich and sweet flavor. They are served at restaurants and accommodation facilities on the island, while cracking open sea urchins are also popular.

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Esanuka Road

The "Esanuka Road" passes through the "Esanuka Genseikaen" in the Asachino Plateau, offering a grand view with no artifical structures in sight. Various flowers grow along the road during the summer.

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Sapporo

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Sushi & Seafood

Sapporo is the "Kitchen of the North" where all the fishes gather
Try the raw fishes which are at their freshest

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Chitose Outlet Mall Rera

Close to Chitose Airport, the northern entrance
Shopping while walking your dog

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Sapporo Clock Tower

The bell rings every hour to announce the time to the city A historical structure that watches over the progress of Sapporo

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Shiroi Koibito Park

Take a factory tour and see how “Shiroi Koibito” is made at a confectionery theme park.
“Sculpture of the Earth” created by Isamu Noguchi

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Hakodate

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Goryokaku

The Goryokaku is a western-style fort completed almost 150 years ago, designated in Japan as a special historic site. Its neighbor the Goryokaku Tower features an Observatory which commands a panoramic view of the entire beautiful star-shaped estate and surrounding moat.

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Kanemori Red Brick Warehous

Nemuro and Notsuke on the eastern side of east Hokkaido are known as Japan’s last undiscovered area.
The sight of ancient forests and what looks like the end of the earth is actually a paradise for wild animals.
This is a deep Hokkaido journey to be enjoyed by experienced travelers.

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Hakodate Morning Market

Hakodate Asaichi (Morning Market) boasts approximately 250 stores offering take-home souvenirs, in particular, seafood products. Try the mouth-watering "seafood rice bowl" here to start your day with a bowl of steaming rice topped with freshly-caught seafood.

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Mt. Hakodate

One thing not to be missed in a sightseeing tour of Hakodate is the night view. The view from Mt. Hakodate is highly acclaimed, with a three-star rating in the "Michelin Green Guide Japon."

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