Hokkaido is an outdoor-lover's dream. It's known best as a northern destination for winter sports and world-class slopes.
For centuries Hokkaido (or Ezochi as it was formerly known) was almost entirely separate from mainland Japan - home only to the indigenous Ainu people, who have a language and rich culture completely distinct from that of the Japanese.
Autumn is a fabulous time to visit Hokkaido, the northern part of Japan. This area is one of the more unexplored region's of the country, making it a great way to escape the crowds.
A recent snap from the top of Mount Hakodate over the city at night. It is one of the best city night views in Japan. I love it!
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North Japan - Hokkaido
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