Journals Hokkaido

Kita no sora- Hokkaido in Summer

Created by Composthp on August 16, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

14 Reviews

Desperately in need of a break, we headed for Hokkaido again; this time for some serious flower healing in Rebun and Rishiri, Furano and Biei.

Hokkaido, the JR Express Experience

Created by Composthp on December 31, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

14 Reviews
2 Stories

With no drivers license and limited time, we explored Hokkaido via the JR train. We took a domestic flight from Tokyo to Sapporo and travelled by train to Obhiro, Kushiro, Kawayu Onsen, and Kamikawa. From there we headed back to Sapporo, Otaru, and Hakodate, where we flew back to Tokyo.

Niseko

Created by Oyaji on August 8, 2008

5 Reviews

Niseko

noPhoto
Trees, Bears, Dogs and Leopards

Created by horchatta on April 25, 2006

1 Review

A journal that describes a snow leopard trek in Nepals's Himalaya and a brown bear experience in Hokkaido.

Powder Heave—Niseko

Created by Oyaji on March 8, 2006

3 Reviews
1 Story

Deep, dry, constantly falling—Niseko is the powder snow capital of Japan(the world?).



Hokkaido, Sapporo, Otaru, Noboribetsu, Jouzantei

Created by ariesgirl on February 17, 2006

12 Reviews
1 Story

My first visit to Hokkaido, Sapporo, Otaru, Noboribetsu, and Jouzantei for hot springs and seafood

noPhoto
Autumn Stroll in Hokkaido

Created by aichan on November 10, 2005

2 Reviews

Experience the authentic Japan with tasty food and serene scenery

Sapporo and Hokkaido Travel Companion

Created by tcguide on November 9, 2005

4 Reviews

We spent 5 days exploring Hokkaido and staying in Sapporo and Sounkyo, a hot springs resort area in Daisetsuzan National Park.

Mt. Kurodake - Spring Snowboarding

Created by Oyaji on April 7, 2005

3 Reviews

Here are the details of a perfect powder-snow snowboarding trip to one of the mountains in the central Taisetsu-san National Park area of Hokkaido.

noPhoto
Sapporo and Niseko in Hokkaido, Japan

Created by corinny24 on February 13, 2005

4 Reviews

I enjoyed Sapporo, the Yuki Matsuri (Snow Festival), and our brief ski holiday at Niseko as a student with little money but lots of time.

    • 1-10 of 15 Hokkaido Journals

    What's a Journal?

    Journals are collections of reviews, stories, and tips about a place. Think of it as your IgoUgo scrapbook where you keep everything from your trip. If you want to keep all your Hokkaido travel articles in one place, you’d do it here.
    Our Most Popular Hokkaido Journals

    Want to create a journal of your own? We'll show you the way!