and night views of Hakodate
Make the most of spring in Hokkaido
proud of its cherry blossoms.
This is our cherry-blossom viewing itinerary, which lets you gaze off into the panoramic views from the Sapporo Hitsujigaoka Observation Deck. Appreciate the beauty of the cherry blossoms while strolling along the Otaru Canal, enjoy beautiful twin cherry trees blooming in pink, admire the cherry blossoms at the star-shaped fort ablaze in white, and end with a romantic walk taking in the Hakodate nightscape view among the night-time cherry blossoms.
Sapporo Hitsujigaoka Observation DeckMagnificent pastures unfurl before you, under the watchful eye of William S. Clark, a famous pioneer in agriculture in Hokkaido.
Otaru CanalEnjoy the wondrous sight of illuminating lights as gas lamps flicker on the water's surface.
Twin Cherry TreesTwo lovely trees huddled together backdropped by Mt. Yotei.
Goryokaku (Five-Sided Fort)A mysterious historic site shaped like a beautiful star.
Hakodateyama NightscapeGet your fill of the unique, beautiful terrain and dazzling nightscapes.
HOW TO GET THERE
- The recommended route is chosen by The View of Japan and is not meant to be part of a tour trip. Please self-arrange public transport or a car/driver.
- The scenery may vary depending on the time of travel and climate. Please confirm the weather, access, and conditions to designated attraction by yourself.
- The flight frequency is as of 01 September 2019, and domestic flight frequency includes code-share flights with partner airlines and is subject to change without prior notice.
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