Day 1 Sapporo Arrival
Our staff will waiting you at the arrival hall of airport, and then move to downtown for hotel check in. Free at leisure for the
rest of day.
Hotel in Sapporo
Day 2 Sapporo to Asahikawa
Move to Asahikawa: is a city in Kamikawa Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. It is the capital of the subprefecture, and the second-largest city in Hokkaido, enjoy Asahikawa Winter Festival(This year, the festival will be held from February 7 to 12, 2018.), visit Asahiyama Zoo: Its popularity lies in the enclosures which allow visitors to observe the animals from various angles, many of which are unique to Asahiyama Zoo. and Asahikawa Ramen Village: brings together 8 of Asahikawa’s best ramen shops in one convenient location. Each shop has their own distinct menu and ramen toppings and ingredients, which may make choosing a difficult task.
Hotel in Asahikawa
Day 3 Asahikawa to Abashiri
Move to Abashiri wich is one of the best tourist destinations in Hokkaido in winter. Take a ride on Ice Breaker Cruise . This cruise can break ice up to one meter thick on the frozen Sea of Okhotsk. A variety of wild animals can be seen at the drift ice season. If the weather condition is too bad then the cruise ship trip will be postponed. After lunch, visit the Abashiri Prison Museum . Abashiri Prison was built in the 1890s to house inmates who were forced to labor on construction of the central road in this area. Next, transfer to hotel and enjoy buffet dinner at hotel restaurant.
*If Ice Breaker Cruise stop operation due to bad weather condition, you will visit Drift Ice Museum instead. The cruise gets cancelled when there is no drift ice, too.
Hotel in Abashiri
Day 4 Abashiri to Sapporo
Move to Sapporo, free for leisure on the rest of day.
Day 5 Sapporo to Otaru
Take a tour at Otaru, you will take the Tenguyama Ropeway: The views offered of downtown Otaru and the Sea of Japan are said to be one of the three best night views in Hokkaido. Otaru canal: was a central part of the city’s busy port in the first half of the 20th century. Large vessels were unloaded by smaller ships, which then transported the goods to warehouses along the canal. Music Box Museum: The museum and store space is spread across a number of buildings around the Ironai-dori area, which in all contains over 25,000 music boxes. Kita-ichi Glass: is a historical stone on wood frame building dating back to 1891, originally constructed as a fishery warehouse. Shiroi Koibito Chocolate Factory: where this well-known Hokkaido confectionery is produced, the park also has a cafe to allow visitors to savor Ishiya’s original sweets, the Cookiecraft Studio, a toy exhibition room and the Rose Garden.
Hotel in Otaru
Day 6 Otaru to Niseko
Move to Niseko to enjoy skiing in Niseko United: is composed of four resorts on one pass: Annupuri, Niseko Village, Grand Hirafu, and Hanazono. With over 14 meters of powder per year, fantastic lift-accessed backcountry, a short 20-minute hike from the top lift to the 1308m-high peak, and night skiing until 8:30 throughout the season
Hotel in Niseko
Day 7 Niseko to Sapporo
Free on your own in the morning, then move to Sapporo.
Day 8 Sapporo to Jozankei Onsen
there is a beautiful hot spring resort town called Jozankei Onsen. The onsen is particularly beautiful in the autumn and winter. The valley’s surrounding snowy landscape is breathtaking! Back to Sapporo
hotel in Sapporo
Day 9 Sapporo Departure
We will escort you to the airport for departure, end of service.