Hokkaido Sakura season started today!

Spring is now well in place and the Sakura are blooming soon!

As you may guess, the geographical location of Hokkaido make the land the last place in Japan to see the Sakura,

That s mean that if you missed the season in Tokyo , here between the begin and middle of May you will be able to enjoy  still the Sakura blooming.


Where to see the Sakura in Hokkaido ?

There is numerous great spot to enjoy the Sakura s magic feeling, here our Sakura view spot recommendations :

1) the Odori park
the odori park is located in the center of Sapporo city and offer an almost 2 kilometer long park.
Sakura there is the most enjoyable as there is numerous shop and thing to do all around.

2) the Maruyama park and Hokkaido Shrine
If you are looking for an astonish Sakura experience, this is the spot to enjoy
the path beetween the Mon gate to the Shrine will drop you back to a meiji period feeling

3) Furano
Yes Furano is not only know for its magnificient lavender field and fantastic scenery and terroir,
but also its sakura view spot^^

4) Hakodate
The last selection but the best , imagine a park of more than 300 Sakura, all around a rest of an ancient fortress in a shape of a star, the Goryokaku is the SPOT to be in Hokkaido if you wish to enjoy something unique !

Thats all for now,
if you wish more details or a quote for a day hire (Van for 8pax 50 000 JPY)
please contact us here

Around Hakodate City

The spectacular night view of Hakodate is deemed to be one of the top three in the world, alongside Hong Kong and Naples.

There are numerous scenic spots around Hakodate City, which is located at the tip of the Oshima Peninsula in the southern part of Hokkaido. Mt. Hakodate, situated to the southwest of Hakodate, facing the Tsugaru Strait, is also known as Mt. gagyu-san because its shape resembles that of a cow lying down (ga meaning “lying down” and gyu meaning “cow”). A cable car travels for 835 meters to the summit, located 332 meters above sea level. From the all-weather observatory overlooking the port of Hakodate and the city, visitors can enjoy magnificent views in all directions, including views of the Shimokita and Tsugaru peninsulas to the south. In particular, the night view of Hakodate, counted among the world’s three best night views along with those of Hong Kong and Naples, is even more memorable when accompanied by the lights of the squid boats floating out at sea in summer.

Trappistine Convent, located 30 minutes by bus from Hakodate Station, was founded by eight nuns sent from France in 1898, and has statues of the Virgin Mary and Joan of Arc in its front courtyard.

The Yunokawa Hot Spring, at the mouth of the Matsukura River flowing into the Tsugaru Strait, is a popular swimming spot in summer. It is also known for the beauty of its view of the squid boat lights during summer and autumn nights. The hot spring is popular among people of Hakodate for leisure activities and relaxation because of its convenient location, only five kilometers from the center of Hakodate.


Discover our transfer and day hire services in Hokkaido:

– Hakodate to Niseko private transfer,
– Hakodate to Noboribetsu private transfers,
– Sapporo to Furano private transfers,
– Niseko to Sapporo private transfers,
– Niseko to Airport private transfers,
– Hakodate private transfers,
– and more on demand here

Our fleet is composed of  :  taxis and  vans