Hokkaido isn’t just “Snow Country” where Japan grows most of its food. Aside from the ski resorts, it’s also a place with hidden treasures too.


At 84,450 sqm, Hokkaido is Japan’s largest island. Its sheer size and interesting topography promises you unforgettable destinations, snowy and beyond.

I Drove to Japan’s Most Extreme North | Hokkaido Road Trip (28:29 minutes) 🔗

Cape Soya is 1,000km from Tokyo at Japan’s most northern point. In the height of winter we drive across a snowy Hokkaido to discover what’s up there.

  • Japan’s “Stone Henge” at 12:00
  • Japan’s “Eastern Island Heads” 12:35 at the Makomanai Takino cemetery
  • 13.5 meter tall Budda statue 13:15

48 hours in Hokkaido | Road Trip Across Japan (19 minutes) 🔗

Let’s discover Hokkaido by hopping in a car and going on a road trip across its stunning landscape.

  • Mount Hakodate
  • Usuzan volcano (most active in Hokkaido)
  • Ningle Village