Asahikawa
Hokkaido
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Zoo
_FB***65amaze with lively perform polar bear, hippo, penguin etc not commonly seen at other zoos. all the animaps are arranged and nestled at properly planned areas will surely open each eyes of a lifetime. thumb up!
4.4/5
46 Reviews
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乐吃购Another food that should not be missed is the kusakawa Ramen! The curly noodles with the fresh fish soup head mingled with the yuyu soup bottom is the unique kusakawa Ramen. Aochuan Ramen Village consists of "Aoye, まつTian, いしTian, Tianjin, Shantou Fire, さいじょう(SAIJYO), workshop Kato, Meiguangxuan", the 8 most famous ramen shops in Aochuan. It is not necessary to eat or take pictures of Aochuan Ramen Village. You are invited to taste the warm special Ramen of Aochuan Road!
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42 Reviews
Garden
翱翔的大鲨鱼This is a dramatic garden that changes like magic with the seasons. This is the unique blooming season and colorful flowers and colors unique to Northland. The garden bred by plants grown under the climate of Hokkaido is regarded as a Hokkaido garden. It is a garden designed mainly with perennial plants that bloom throughout the year. The garden shop selling flower seedlings and gifts is also popular with customers. You can climb the mountain from the garden, and from the slope of the mountain, you can get a wild garden view.
4.5/5
78 Reviews
Art Museum
sophiaAsahikawa is a place that was unexpectedly fun, and it can be said to be a highlight of the entire Hokkaido trip. If you happen to arrive in Hokkaido just like me, the time is not too snowy, and you find that there is not much snow in Otaru and Sapporo, and if there is not enough time to go to Wakkanai, you can try to Asahikawa and stay here for two days. Snow Art Museum can be said to be a check-in place that all girls cannot resist, and these are definitely dreamy wedding venues. I will not introduce the others one by one. I will force the afternoon tea in the western restaurant in the art museum. The whole environment makes you feel that you are already the princess's main palace... Drinking hot tea and looking at the snow scene outside... It's so pleasant. Finally, I want to spend some time telling everyone about the way of transportation to the art gallery. Don't go directly to the 53 and 630 buses mentioned in the guide, because you can't find the station at all and don't know when there is a bus. At the entrance of Asahikawa Station, there is a traffic information center, where there will be information on city buses and traffic information on the Lavender Line, which is the Fairy Terrace and Biei Line. The lady on duty will give you a map to tell you where the car's platform is, and each platform will have a different car stopping. Please go to the station 20 minutes in advance according to the time that Miss Sister told you. I can only tell you that the platform is farther than you think. The scale of the map is not accurate. If you are not familiar with the terrain, you may not be able to find it for a while, and Passersby don't know where it is. If you miss a bus, it means you have to wait at least 40 minutes... Hokkaido is getting dark early, and the trip on the day may be delayed. It takes about 30 minutes to get off at the "Takasagodai Entrance" station and the transportation is much simpler. The stop sign corresponds to the opposite side of the road. Just ask the lady at the front desk of the art gallery about the next bus time. There is a beautiful river on the road called Biei River...because I was attracted, I got off the bus when I came back...but everyone, please don’t do this, don’t ask me how I know...the driver asked me three times You are sure to get off from here... I nodded, so it meant that I had missed the last train and walked for more than an hour in the heavy snow of the night before walking back to Asahikawa Station, provided that my sense of direction is particularly good [笑哭][ Laugh and cry]
3.9/5
10 Reviews
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eigoThe romantic streets are antique. European style town. Stop and go to the characteristic shop to buy some coffee beans and grind and drink at home. My coffee love will not leave here easily!
4.5/5
2 Reviews
E41***98Great hotel and ion directly from the station

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About Asahikawa

Asahikawa is the most popular transit city for travellers to Hokkaido attractions except Sapporo. Asahi Zoo is the most popular zoo in Japan, especially for penguins in winter. The Souungyou Gorge is the central scenic spot of the Daisetsuzan National Park. The majestic scenery and the abundant hot springs attract countless tourists. In the summer, you can see the rock formations and the winter waterfalls.

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Asahikawa Weather

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27 Oct, 2021
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28 Oct, 2021
Partly Clear with Showers
6 / 13
29 Oct, 2021
Dreary
-3 / 10
30 Oct, 2021
Clear
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31 Oct, 2021
Cloudy
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1 Nov, 2021
Partly Clear
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Asahikawa
27 Oct, 2021 Asahikawa Weather: Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 56%, Sunrise/Sunset: 05:59/16:29
Asahikawa Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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