Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, attracts a lot of tourists from home and abroad. There remains untouched majestic nature. Plenty of great food, including seafood and dairy products, is also an attraction of Hokkaido.
The indigenous Ainu tribe had lived in Hokkaido even before Japanese set their foot on the island. These people have lived with their gods and obeyed the law of nature. Many facilities in Hokkaido aim to preserve and convey their cultural assets.