I love the Shiroi Koibito chocolate cookies! So I had to visit the factory and park on this visit to Hokkaido — to see, experience and eat it all myself!
Vlog #21: Part 3 and final part of my 3-part vlog on my Hokkaido summer road trip around the Japanese island. The last stop is at Lake Toya, a caldera lake; and Mount Usu, the active volcano beside it.
Vlog #20: Part 2 of a 3-part vlog on Hokkaido summer road trip. On the second league, we stopped by for a night at the Noboribetsu Onsen Town, also known as the Hell Valley from all that smoke.
Spending one day at Lake Toya — cruising around its caldera lake and heading to the top of nearby Mount Usu. The final league of my three part road trip around Hokkaido in summer.
Vlog #19: Part 1 of my 3-part vlog on my Hokkaido summer road trip! We went in search of all the flowers fields in the cities of Hokuryu, Biei and Furano.
The second part of my three part road trip series around Japan’s Hokkaido in summer, that brought us to the onsen town of Noboribetsu. It’s also known as the hell town for all its steaming hot springs and demon statues!
Travel Video: A compilation of all the delicious soft-serve ice creams I had during summer in Hokkaido, on my road trip around the Japanese island.
The first part of my three part summer road trip around the Japanese island of Hokkaido. We went in search of the flower fields in Hokuryu, Biei and Furano!
There is just so much beauty to see in Hokkaido’s Furano and Biei. The area is famous for its flower farms, fresh produce and scenery. Here is my list of the top 10 things you shouldn’t miss while you’re there!
Happy 5 years to the blog! It’s been a wonderful 5 years of sharing and traveling — and here’s my yearly travel reflections and favourite moments of the year.
Here’s a post on my 2015 travel reflections, and my aspirations for the coming year. A countdown of my favourite travel moments of the year 2015.
Travel Video: Here’s a video montage of all my favorite moments while searching for autumn colors at the Daisetsuzan National Park, and exploring Hokkaido’s capital city, Sapporo.
Sapporo is modern, dynamic and compelling; and during my visit in autumn, beautiful. I only had one day in the city, so I made use of my time to sample what Sapporo is famous for; the beer, the food and the shopping.
Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, is the first place to witness the autumn foliage in the country… and the Daisetsuzan National Park is the area to catch that first glimpse.
The northern island of Hokkaido in Japan is known for its variety of fresh seafood and agricultural produce– and is therefore known as the “Kingdom of Food”. Here’s sharing my Top 10 favorite food to eat in Hokkaido.