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7D HOKKAIDO - GIT

Day 1          KUALA LUMPUR - TRANSIT BANGKOK - JAPAN NEW CHITOSE 
Assemble at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) for your flight to Japan, New Chitose.
Day 2          NEW CHITOSE - NOBORIBETSU - TOYAKO                                                                (L 、D)
Upon arrival visit Noboribestu jigokudani is a part of an old crater. Columns of steam are incessantly raised from numerous fissures in the rocks, hot water bubbles out at many places. Next continue to Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura is a history theme park highlighting the Edo Period one of the most attractive era in Japanese history. Step back in time to enjoy traditional games,activities,theaters,street performances and more. The charm of ancient Japan is abundant as you mingle with the Ninja and Oiran courtesans so symbolic of the Edo Period (1603~1867) was the time when Japan was under the Tokugawa shogunate. After the Age of Wars when local warlords struggled with one another, the peaceful times continued for more than 250 years. Next visit Shōwa-shinzan is a volcanic lava dome in the Shikotsu-Toya National Park next to Mount Usu. The mountain was created between 1944-1945. Initially a series of strong earthquakes shook the area, and wheat fields were rapidly uplifted. The name Shōwa-shinzan literally means "Showa new mountain", as it formed during the reign of Emperor Hirohito, known as the Showa period. When Shōwa-shinzan first appeared the Japanese authorities were worried that it might be interpreted as an unlucky wartime omen, its existence was kept secret. Much of the information about peak's formation during these years comes from local postmaster Masao Mimatsu, who kept detailed measurements of its progress. Next visit Shōwa-shinzan Bear Kumabokujo. Shōwa-shinzan Bear Kumabokujo about 100 purebred Hokkaido brown bear. Pastures brown bears are in accordance with the age are in several relatively fixed areas. There were apples and bread sold in the counters for tourists to feed the bears.
Day3           TOYAKO - HAKODATE                                                                                                      (B、L、D)
After breakfast, continue to experience make ice cream. Continue to Hakodate. Continue visit Goryokaku Park (First of May-Mid of May) subject to weather condition. A star-shaped structure can be seen from the tower and this is Goryokaku Fortress, the first Western-style fortress in Japan. It was constructed over seven years from 1857 and the "Battle of Hakodate" (1868-1869), the last domestic confrontation between the new Meiji government forces and their Tokugawa government counterparts (The Boshin War), took place there. In spring, blossoms of 1,600 cherry trees and Japanese wisteria bloom in the park, in summer the trees are full and green, and in winter the park is illuminated at night, so people can enjoy coming here throughout the year. Next visit Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse, the first commercial warehouse in Hakodate, has witnessed the history of the city through its warehousing business. As one of the symbols of the Hakodate bay area that still reminds us much of the early days of the shipping industry, Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse will continue to witness the history of Hakodate forever and offer every visitor a beautiful, unforgettable time. After dinner, visit Mount Hakodate night view include one way cable car. Mount Hakodate is a 334 meter high, wooded mountain with a nine kilometer circumference at the southern end of the peninsula on which much of central Hakodate is located. Its location allows an unobstructed view of both the city and the Tsugaru Strait. The volcanic activity of the mountain ceased about two million years ago. "Gagyu-zan" is one of the many names of Mt. Hakodate; it means "Lying Cow Mountain" in Japanese, hence its shape. 
Day 4          HAKODATE - ONUMA QUASI - NATIONAL PARK - SAPPORO                                   (B、L、D)
After breakfast, continue to experience Super Hokutosei express train from Hakodate to Ōnuma-Kōen Station. Continue visit Onuma Quasi-national Park. This park is at the foot of Mount Komagatake and includes Onuma, Konuma, Junsainuma and other lakes. Onuma is the largest lake and is 24 km in circumference with a depth of 13.6 meters. A volcanic mudflow from Mount Komagatake once caused a natural dam that blocked a stream and thus led to the formation of Onuma. There are 126 islets in the lake and 18 bridges connecting a select few so travelers. Next visit Odori Park. Odori Park is a park located in the heart of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Odori means "large street" in Japanese. It stretches east to west through Nishi 1 chome, Odori to Nishi 12 chome, Odori, and divides the city into north and south sections. Odori Park spans about 1.5 km and covers 78,901 m². During the urban planning of Sapporo, it was originally designated as the main street but it eventually became a park. Next visit Sapporo TV Tower (far view). After that visit Hokkaido Shrine was built in 1869, when the development of Hokakido first started. At first three deities Ōkunitama, Ōkuninushi, and Sukunahikona were enshrined there, and it was called Sapporo Jinja. Later, in 1964, when the soul of Emperor Meiji was enshrined, its name was changed to Hokkaido Shrine. There are 1,500 cherry trees, and when they are in full bloom, many people enjoy blossom viewing parties. Continue visit Tanuki Koji Shopping Arcade, close to the Susukino train station, is amongst the largest and most historic malls in the city of Sapporo and boasts in excess of 200 individual stores and a good selection of eateries. Continue to 100 Yen Shops are common Japanese shops in the vein of American dollar stores. Stocking a variety of items from clothing to stationery, house wares to food, each item is priced at precisely 100 yen. The current Japanese sales tax of 5% is also added; making a 100 Yen purchase actually cost 105 Yen.
Day5          SAPPORO - TAKINOUE SHIBAZAKURA PARK - SOUNKYO                                         (B、L、D)
After breakfast, heading to Takinoue Shibazakura Park (First of May-End of May) subject to weather condition. Shibazakura is a ground covering plant with pink, white, and light purple flowers. Takinoue Park in Takinoue Town has a 100,000 square meter hill area which is completely covered with beautiful shibazakura. Many visitors from all over Japan & oversea come to enjoy these breathtaking views. Visit Sōunkyō Gorge. Soun Gorge is situated at the foot of Mt. Daisetsu-zan, which is called the "roof of Hokkaido." The giant gorge, bordered by 100-meter-high cliffs formed by the erosion of tuff, stretches for 24 kilometers and forms the center of Daisetsu-zan National Park. The hot spring area boasts of magnificent scenery and plentiful natural hot water, and attracts three million visitors a year.
Day 6          SOUNKYO - OTARU - CHITOSE                                                                                            (B、L)
After breakfast, next continue visit Otokoyama Sake Brewery. Continue visit Otaru Canal. Otaru Canal was a central part of the city's busy port in the first half of the 20th century. Large vessels were unloaded by smaller ships, which then transported the goods to warehouses along the canal. The canal became obsolete when modern dock facilities allowed for direct unloading of larger vessels. Thanks to a citizens' movement, a part of the canal was beautifully restored in the 1980s instead of being landfilled, while the warehouses were transformed into museums, shops and restaurants. Continue visit Kitaichi Glass. Otaru City is well known for the glass manufacturing. Kitaichi Glass Company currently has a couple of stores, a museum which displaying a variety of glasswork, and also eating space. It also has a workshop where the manufacturing process can be observed and visitors can experience lass creation. Next visit Otaru Music Box Factory. Next continue visit one of the largest outlet parks in Hokkaido - Mitsui Outlet Park Sapporo Kitahiroshima. In addition to foreign luxury brands, the outlet park features approximately 130 stores from famous foreign and domestic brands offering women's, men's and kid's fashion, sporting and outdoor goods, fashion items, lifestyle items and more.
Day7           NEW CHITOSE - TRANSIT BANGKOK - KUALA LUMPUR                                                (B)
After breakfast, transfer to New Chitose Airport for a flight back to our homeland. Bringing along with you are great unforgettable memories of vacation in  7 Days Japan Shibazakura Tour with Fantastic World Leisure Vacations Sdn Bhd.
Tour Code: G07CTSSAKURA02