Picture this: Serene beachscapes with towering ocean cliffs. Fresh mountain air and crystal clear crater lakes. Majestic red-crowned cranes feeding undisturbed in their natural environment.
Rugged, raw, and real, Japan’s northernmost island, Hokkaido, is teeming with natural diversions and wintertime snow sports like snowshoeing and skiing. Primarily a locals’ getaway, the eastern part of this island is also home to the Ainu, an Indigenous population known for its reverence for bears.
For several years, AdventureWeek has introduced up-and-coming destinations around the globe to international buyers. During AdventureWeek Japan, the island of Hokkaido is yours to experience, one tranquil, traditional moment at a time.