Walking along Otaru’s Sakaimachi Street is like opening a giant music box. Though the city is famous for its canal area, the one that I will always remember is how sweet the chimes of music mixes with the gloomy cold weather at this port town. The whole street of Sakaimachi is a showcase of two […]Read more "Music Box Museum & Canal Area of Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan"
Closing my series of Sapporo related posts with two places I suggest to include on your city tour- Sapporo Beer Museum and Hokkaido University. For a moment, let’s forget about the Clock Tower or Snow Festival and admit somehow that the first thing that comes to our mind when we hear the word Sapporo is […]Read more "Sapporo Beer Museum & Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan"
Without any doubt, Odori Park is the heart of Sapporo City. Apart from being the location of the famous Sapporo Snow Festival or any other city festival there is, regardless if you are a first time visitor or a resident, you will find yourself spending quite a lot of time here and I can fully […]Read more "Morning Walk at Odori Park, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan"
I would love to see the famous rainbow field of flowers or to be surrounded by lavender along the hills of Farm Tomita, but like most of us whose vacation schedule depends on the approval of the higher power (Hi Boss! I believe he knew about my blog),I visited the farm one week prior the […]Read more "Lavender Fields of Farm Tomita at Furano, Hokkaido, Japan"
I am a Doraemon fan and it is always my intention to visit Fujiko F. Fujio Museum at Kawasaki City but for two obvious reasons- failing to properly use the Loopi Terminal at Lawson and the always unavailability of weekend schedule, I ended up pushing my plans indefinitely. So, you can only imagine how happy […]Read more "Doraemon Waku Waku Sky Park at New Chitose Airport, Hokkaido, Japan"
Arriving late in the afternoon via the impressive domestic flight service of Japan Airlines from Tokyo, I was so excited to see what the largest city of Hokkaido has to offer. I don’t want to whimper inside the hotel and call it a night, so I scanned my itinerary for list of places best visited […]Read more "Sapporo At Night, Hokkaido, Japan"
I dream of wide, open space. I dream of seeing the sky, the land and the air in between. I dream of hills, how I wanted to intentionally slip and roll. I dream of a single tree, a couple of trees, a families of trees. I dream of flowers in bloom, to be surrounded by […]Read more "A Patchwork of Beauty, Biei, Hokkaido, Japan"