|From JPY410,000 per person
|All year round
|Minimum: 2 Maximum: 8
|New Chitose Airport
|New Chitose Airport.
|Clothing may differ depending on the season and activities. ※ Along with basic information of the area, we will also inform you about what to bring, as well as recommended clothing as soon as the itinerary has been decided.
|[Not included in the price]
・Please inform us specifically if you have any allergies.
Enjoy a 3-night stay at a hot spring hotel at Lake Toya, located just about an hour away from the New Chitose Airport. You can also enjoy exploring the surrounding site-seeing areas. The origin of Lake “Toya” comes from the Ainu language meaning, “Lake Coast,” and stretches about 11 kilometers from East to West and about 9 kilometers from North to South, creating a circular shape which is one of the distinct characteristics of this famous hot spring spot. The surrounding area is designated as Shikotsu-Toya National Park, a lively area with volcanic activity and mountains such as Mt. Usu and Mt. Showashin, which were originally formed by active volcanoes. In a similar way, Toyako-Usuzan Geopark is registered as a National Geopark of Japan, as well as a UNESCO Global Geopark. There is a Geosite in the area where the damages from the volcanic eruption in the year 2000 were left just as is. (Geosite means, “a place worth visiting within the Geopark.” At the Geosite, you can see distinct characteristics of the terrain and geological features of the Geopark. Including where plants are grown, historical buildings and museums.) Through a guided tour around the Geosite, you can also learn about the history and how the local people of the past coexisted with volcanoes.
Furthermore, about an hour away by car is a village called, “Kuromatsunai.” Here you can physically experience the low-lying region of Kuromatsunai, where the forest, river and ocean connect. Enjoy canoeing and taking a walk through the country’s natural monument, “Utasai Beech Forest.” You can also enjoy learning about the townspeople’s efforts for environmental conservation through mingling with local fisherman and farmers over a meal.