Asahikawa et Furano. Hakodate. Sapporo. Toya-ko et Noboribetsu. Hokkaido. Pour sortir de la chaleur et de la moiteur de l’été tokyoïte pendant notre petite semaine de vacances d’été, nous décidons de monter chercher la fraicheur au nord du Japon, dans l’île d’Hokkaido.
Au programme : un petit ‘road-trip’ d’une semaine, du nord au sud ! C’est aussi l’occasion de faire un petit bout de voyage avec Claudine, Jérôme et Myriam qu’on a eu la joie de recevoir au pays du soleil levant. Nous commençons notre périple à deux seulement, à l’extrême nord de l’île. Notre but : gravir le Rishiri-Fuji, un volcan isolé situé sur l’île-volcan de Rishiri-to, accessible depuis la ville de Wakkanai. Nous atterrissons donc directement à Wakkanai où nous passons quelques heures avant de prendre le ferry.
Toutefois, pour monter au parc Wakkanai-Koen, surplombant la mer d’un petit 200m de dénivelé, nous l’avons un peu plus regretté, sachant qu’il s'agissait de vélos mono-vitesse... Nous embarquons donc dans le ferry et nous voilà en route pour l’île de Rishiri. Go to "HOT BUS " to learn about and reserve Hokkaido special optional bus tours. JR Hokkaido bus has been authorised as a safe bus company by the committee of Japan Bus Association that manages a certification system for a safety assesment.
北海道中央バス 定期観光バス. Information sur Hokkaido - Hokkaido école de langue japonaise. 10 Must-Visit Hot Springs in Hokkaido. When I think of Hokkaido, I think of three main things: the food, the cold and how there’s nothing there.
I think of the food because the meat and vegetables in Hokkaido are some of the freshest I’ve ever had, and you can taste it. I think of the cold because I hate the cold. And I think of how there’s nothing there because, well, there isn’t–there’s just land, land, and more land. All that land means that Hokkaido has room for some of the best onsen (hot springs) in Japan. And all that cold means that you’ll want to go to several of them to soak in all kinds of natural hot baths to escape the frost.
Going around Hokkaido means either a carefully planned bus schedule or, if you have an international driver’s license, a car. 1. The Noboribetsu onsen is almost synonymous with the phrase “Hokkaido hot springs.” The onsen can be reached by bus from the JR Noboribetsu station. Must-try 12 Local Cuisine in Hokkaido. This post is also available in: Chinese (Traditional) 1.
Salmon Chan Chan Yaki Chan Chan Yaki originated in a fishing village but it is now popular and loved by people throughout Hokkaido. To make this dish, chop vegetables roughly and spread on a large iron griddle. Place roughly sliced salmon over the vegetables and steam-fry. 2. Selected as one of the top 100 Japanese regional cuisines, Ishikari Nabe started as a fishermen’s meal. 3. Being a famous local cuisine of Tokachi area, this is a bowl of rice topped with slices of pork flavored with soy sauce-based gravy. 4. 50 Things to Do in Hokkaido. This post is also available in: Chinese (Traditional) 1.Sapporo Snow Festival [Event] One of the greatest festivals of Hokkaido.
Held every year in early to mid-February, the almost 100 snow statues are a great hit with visitors to the festival. The climax of the festival is a gigantic 15m tall snow statue which is used in a spectacular projection mapping show. 2.Bie-cho [Sightseeing] Located in the Kamigawa District of Hokkaido, Bie-cho’s rolling hills and spectacular landscape have earned it the well deserved nickname of “Japan’s most beautiful village.” 3.All you can eat crab [Food & Drink] Hokkaido is one of Japan’s leading crab producers, so as you can imagine, you can find an awful lot of all you can eat crab restaurants in Sapporo. 12 Dynamic Seafood Cuisines of Hokkaido. 1.
Ikura Rice Bowl (Tsukkomeshi -つっこめし) Top 10 des attractions touristiques a Hokkaido. 20 Best Accommodations in Hokkaido for a Good Night’s Sleep! This post is also available in: Chinese (Traditional) 1.
Nukumori-no-Yado, Furukawa Nukumori-no-Yado, Furukawa is located at Sapporo’s Jozankei. Furukawa is a hot springs area that is also famous for it picturesque landscapes all year round, and this particular Japanese inn is a classy one for you to travel in style. HP: www.yado-furu.com/en/english.html HP: www.yado-furu.com/ (Japanese Only) Address:4-353 Jozankeionsen-nishi, Minami Ward, Sapporo City, Hokkaido (Google Map) Hokkaido Food Guide: Hokkaido Best Food (by region) As tourists, chances are we only get to dine at one or two restaurants in each region we visit and off we go.
So, we got to make each meal count! In this post, I am going to introduce my picks for the best places to dine at each region. (Okay, I will include more for Sapporo since most tourists spend more time at Sapporo.) 19 Ramen Dishes in Hokkaido Recommended by the Locals. This post is also available in: Chinese (Traditional) 1.
Daishin Daishin is a long-standing ramen restaurant located in Kiyota-ku in Sapporo, with a branch in Tomakomai. The flavor of the ramen here hasn’t changed since the restaurant was established, so if you are looking to try some traditional Sapporo ramen, this is a great place to do it. Top 12 “Genghis Khan” Restaurants in Sapporo. This post is also available in: Chinese (Traditional) 1.
Fukuroutei At this store, the raw meat is grilled right in front of you. Once it is done, you should take it with some of the dipping sauce that comes with it. The lamb meat that is serve is of high quality shoulder cuts from Australia, so it doesn’t smell too gamey and has the right balance of fat and lean meat. 1st Floor Capital YMD Building, 5 Minami 8 Jonishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo City, Hokka 2. This is where all the locals head to for their share of Genghis Khan. 2nd Floor of Matsuda Fishing Gear Sto 6 Chome Minami 5 Jonishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefecture 3. Right in the middle of Susukino, this famous store has many diners coming in but fret not, with its spacious counters, you will always have a place to sit to enjoy their delicious Genghis Khan!