Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, is a popular winter destination for tourists thanks to its Snow Festival in February and many ski resorts. There are, however, lots of things to do in Hokkaido during the other seasons too. Hokkaido was home to the indigenous people of Japan – the Ainu as well, so it really does have a rich history and is well worth a visit.
Shiroi Koibito park (literally translated as “white lover park” in English), Hokkaido’s “Chocolate Factory”, is a must-visit for chocolate and sweet lovers, for families and those interested in the origin of chocolate and chocolate making. There is a beautiful park with a luxurious European style building at the heart of it. If you spend some time in the garden you can see beautiful flowers, a treehouse, seasonal decorations and small colorful play houses for children to enjoy. After entering the building, you can buy a ticket to go on a tour. You will be able to see the Auror