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Japan Tour (04Days/03Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at the Airport

Asahiyama Zoo

The Asahiyama Zoo is a municipal zoo that opened in July 1967 in Asahikawa, Hokkaidō, Japan, and is the northernmost zoo in the country. In August 2004, over 320,000 people had visited the zoo, the second highest number of visitors among all the zoos in Japan. Located in Higashi Asahikawa, on the outskirts of Asahikawa, the Asahiyama Zoo is accredited by the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (JAZA).

City tour at Asahikawa City

On August 1, 1922, Asahikawa was founded as Asahikawa City. As the central city in northern Hokkaido, Asahikawa has been influential in industry and commerce. There are about 130 rivers and streams including the Ishikari River and Chūbetsu River, and over 740 bridges in the city. Asahibashi, a bridge over Ishikari River, has been one of the symbols of Asahikawa since its completion in 1932, and it was also registered as one of the Hokkaido Heritage sites on October 22, 2001.

Every winter, the Asahikawa Winter Festival is held on the bank of the Ishikari River, making use of Asahikawa's cold climate and snow.

Stay Night in Asahikawa City

Day 02

Galaxy Falls

Meteor Falls, Obako Kurodake Ropeway

The Daisetsuzan Sōunkyō Kurodake Ropeway is a Japanese aerial lift line in Kamikawa, Hokkaidō, operated by Rinyū Kankō . The company also operates a travel agency, a hotel in Asahidake Onsen, and chairlifts at Mount Moiwa Ski Resort, Sapporo. Opened in 1967, the aerial lift climbs Mount Kuro of the Daisetsuzan Mountains from the Sounkyo Onsen hot spring resort. A chairlift is connected to the line, climbing higher. The line transports skiers in winter, hikers in summer, and autumn color spectators in autumn. This is currently the northernmost aerial life in the country, after Wakkanai Kōen Ropeway in Wakkanai closed in 2006.

Michi-no-Eki Higishikawa "Dogusakan" Furo Wine House Furano Wine Factory Furano Cheese Factory

Stay Night in Hokkaido

Day 03

City tour at Furano

Farm Tomita

Farm Tomita is one of the many farms in the area which create this reputation by planting giant fields of lavender and other colorful crops such as tulips. Right, is a picture of one of the many scenic vistas available to tourists who visit the farm. The farm also sells many products based on the lavender it produces, from lavender scented candles and soap to lavender flavored drinks and ice cream.

Shirohige Water Falls Shikisai-no-Oka Ken and Mary's Tree

Seven Star Tree Furo Jam Garden

Stay Night in Furano

Day 04

Move back airport

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