Hokkaido has so much to discover. The northernmost prefecture accounts for 20% of Japan’s land mass and only 5% of the population. It’s a natural wonderland with breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife, and incredible cultural and food experiences.
Our area tours include our favorite destinations, beautiful scenery, and great photo opportunities (By the way, our family also runs a gastronomy tour business, so if delicious eats and Hokkaido spirits are of interest, we know where to go!). Experience the beauty and charm of Hokkaido away from the busy resort areas.
Want to improve your photography skills? We’ll provide technical education for shooting in Hokkaido’s conditions or general landscape tips and tricks. Just need someone to show you some truly photogenic spots. Let us be your guide. We’ll photograph the scenery together or we can capture images of you and your friends and family while exploring the island. Make memories and take home images of your holiday here in Niseko and Hokkaido.
Otaru Port Town Tours
Gorgeous coastal scenery, impossibly blue water, seaside port towns and the delicious seafood Hokkaido is famous for. Have we mentioned that we are huge foodies? Nowhere we’ve ever visited compares to the fresh seafood on offer right here in Hokkaido. Whiskey and sake are also brewed here if you’d like to explore a distillery or sake shouzo. There are lighthouses to explore, canals to wander and unique natural scenery and shopping, all in a day trip.
Lake Toya Tours
Lake Toya, a volcanic caldera lake just 40 minutes from Niseko, offers beautiful scenery in any season. Toya is a great day trip with some wonderful photo opportunities. We’ll photograph you and your family/friends as well as the beautiful scenery. Of course there are some delicious food stops along the way and we’ll be happy to introduce you to our favorites. Leave the busy resort and get out and explore during your Niseko holiday for a taste of rural Hokkaido.
Central Hokkaido Tours
One of our favorite places in Japan. This area is epic in any season and you’ll find us venturing out to explore here often for during our time off. Mountains, gorges, lakes, rivers, volcanoes, waterfalls, wildlife, and more. This area of Hokkaido is a must-visit. There’s plenty to experience and photograph as well as great hiking and a number of small, artisan food producers to visit, should you want to add a little gastronomy on our tour. We’ll capture beautiful images of the scenery as well as you and your group experiencing all this region has to offer.