Hakodate is one of the main cities on Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island. Looming over the town is 334m-high Mount Hakodate. The mountain's summit, reachable by aerial ropeway gondola, offers dramatic nighttime views. At its base is Motomachi, a neighborhood of steep streets with Western-style, early-20th-century buildings. A city landmark is the grand Old Public Hall of Hakodate Ward, built in 1910.
Exiting Japan! Combine Tokyo (the center of Japan. This beautiful city actually has an unbelievable amount of restaurants, beautiful gardens and its full of fascinating museums and galleries), before continuing to Asahikawa, Furano, Sapporo, Niseko (is the largest ski resort in Hokkaido Japan, famous worldwide for its powder snow with an average snow fall of over 14 metres and has some of the driest and lightest snow in the world) and finally Hakodate (most famous for hot springs, traditional ryokan, rich nature, museums, and historical sites. Hakone is a mountainous area that lies on the the famous Tokaido Road connecting Tokyo and Kyoto). Combine these destinations by rail to experience the culture and natural beauty of Japan. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.