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About Hokkaido

Hokkaido, in northern Japan, is the country’s second largest island. Hokkaido’s four seasons offer travelers a rich variety of experiences. Sapporo, the capital, is the best place for shopping and great food. Otaru evokes romance and nostalgia. This seemingly European town was the location for the film “Love Letter.” Lake Shikotsu and Lake Toya have beautiful summer fireworks festivals. Visit the famous “Hell Valley” hot spring in Noboribetsu or walk through the flower fields in Furano. Finally, the adorable penguins in Asahikawa are a treat for any traveler.

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Otaru Canal
4.4/5
984 Reviews
River
Otaru Canal was built in the Meiji and Taisho periods, and although only half has been preserved, it is still full of charm. The Victorian-style kerosene lamps and the red brick exterior walls of the riverbank warehouses add an exotic feel to the place. Restaurants, grocery stores, and other shops are converted from warehouses and are popular choices at which tourists can buy souvenirs or eat local delicacies.
Hell Valley
4.5/5
565 Reviews
Volcano
Hot Spring
Hell Valley is the main source of Noboribetsu's hot spring waters and also an iconic hot spring in Hokkaido. The so-called "Hell Valley" is, in fact, a remnant of a crater, pervaded all year long by volcanic gas spewing from the surface of the gray and yellow rocks. The surrounding air is filled with a strong smell of sulfur, and the place is thought to resemble a scene of hell. The main attraction is the eerie volcanic valley, the center of which can be accessed by a walkway specially built for tourists.
Fushimi Inari Shrine
4.6/5
99 Reviews
Temple
2 Chome-2-68 Fushimi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-0942, Japan
Sapporo TV Tower
4.4/5
417 Reviews
Observation Deck
Sapporo TV Tower is erected on the east side of Odori Park. It is the icon of Odori Park and a landmark of Sapporo. Sapporo TV Tower used to be a signal receiver and retransmission facility, but it is now retired. Now it is outfitted with an observation deck, a souvenir shop, and restaurants. Climb the tower and enjoy a 360-degree view of Sapporo and the dazzling lights of the tower at night.

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elene137   
Because the country can fly directly to Sapporo, many people will use Sapporo as the first or last stop of Hokkaido's trip. Today, we will recommend several attractions that Sapporo can't miss.

Fig. 12 Sapporo Fushimi Inari Taisha
Generally mentioned Fushimi Inari Taisha, everyone will think of Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto, which is a shrine famous for its bird habitat. In Sapporo, there is also a Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine. Although there are not as many bird houses in Kyoto, the bird houses in the snow and ice are very special.

Transportation: After visiting the Hokkaido Shrine, take the 10/11 bus to Sapporo Fushimi Inari Shrine

Fig. 3456 Hokkaido Shrine
Hokkaido Shrine in the round mountain In the park, you can visit Yuanshan Park together. Hokkaido Shrine is a shrine guarding Hokkaido. Here you can ask for your own loyalty, ranging from 1,000 yen to 2,000 yen. You can also donate money to pray.

Transportation: Take the subway east line and get off at "Yuanshan Park Station" and walk for about 15 minutes.

Fig. 789 White Lovers Chocolate Factory
White Lovers Chocolate Sandwich Cookies and Ice Cream Producing Place, is a European classical castle full of British atmosphere. In addition to the white lover's chocolate biscuits, in fact, their family's ice cream is also very delicious. When you come to the White Lovers Factory, you must try the ice cream here. I think the ice cream is better than the biscuits.

Transportation: Take the subway east line and get off at "Miyazawa Station", then walk for about 7 minutes.
Posted: 22 Feb 2019
jiajiatravel   
Hokkaido is a place full of charm, and in addition to the beauty of the scenery, a variety of foods are more satisfying. There is no reason not to eat crabs in Hokkaido. It is the best season to eat crabs every year from November to March of the next year. The way to eat is also varied. In addition to crab sushi and sashimi, charcoal crabs and crabs are used. Luo, crab porridge, crab hot pot, crab steamed rice are all dishes of crab dishes, the most common and most classic is the steamed king crab feet. There are four major crab kings in Hokkaido, namely, crabs, pine crabs, hairy crabs and calyx crabs. The crab is also known as the king crab. It is the first of the four king crabs in Hokkaido. The crab meat is sweet and the meat is thick and fat. Its deliciousness has long been famous. It is used for sashimi, hot pot and charcoal. It is the sweetest. The part is the meat, fresh and tender, the fresh king crab is cooked directly in the cauldron, and the tear is the most delicious! There are crabs produced all over Japan. The variety, yield and quality are crowned in Hokkaido. Hokkaido giant crabs are deep sea crabs. They live in the middle and high latitudes without pollution. They are more precious because they cannot be artificially cultivated. In Hokkaido, there are many restaurants that specialize in whole crab banquets. They use the whole body of crabs to make different dishes. Don't say that I am a heavy fan of crabs. I don't want to eat crabs in Hokkaido. It is the most traditional and best way to eat fresh king crabs directly cooked in a large pot and torn by hand.

Posted: 13 Dec 2018
Aurora_Rice_Ball   
Camera settings
snow day is of course a clean cool tone better, it is recommended to turn the camera color temperature down. More snowflakes are needed to enter the mirror, and the shutter speed is faster, preferably greater than 1/500 second.
Construction
In order to make a group of photos look less monotonous, usually we have to shoot three parts of the whole body, half body, and close-up, which are indispensable. The close-up can even take only a part of the facial features, such as the eyes. Or mouth.
Use the snow pile to make the foreground, focus on the characters, the foreground is automatically blurred, it looks more dreamy.
The feeling of wanting snowfall is more obvious. You can choose a darker background when shooting, such as a house with bright walls.
Cynamic use of night lights, such as street lights, lights and other outdoor lighting can not only produce a bright snow contrast effect, but also create a sense of cinema.
POSE reference
If there is a lot of snow, lying on the ground will be very beautiful!
Transparent umbrella will make the picture more story-like. An umbrella can have multiple poses, such as holding an umbrella, opening an umbrella, and taking a close-up of the face through an umbrella.
Walk, its nice to walk freely in the snow.
Pick up a snow sprinkle to the lens or kick the snow to the lens. The snow particles flying in the sky are not too good to look at, and its time to test the speed of the photographer!
The same woman in the movie is looking up, and the photographer is shooting from a low angle.
Take your hands on the falling snow
side face to look into the distance
Take some snow on the nose.
sitting in the snow pile
Posted: 7 Dec 2018
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