The HOKKAIDO TO GO PROJECT is a project for redesigning the packaging of appealing souvenirs and discovering, unearthing, and sharing new attractions of Hokkaido and culture being created through the introduction of fascinating people, objects, and things happening in the region "now."
Hokkaido is the largest and northernmost prefecture of Japan with spacious land that accounts for 22% of the total area of the country. The summers are comfortable with temperatures averaging around 20°C (68°F), but it snows in the winter in many parts of Hokkaido, where the temperatures could drop to -10°C (14°F) or lower. Hokkaido offers visitors delicious meals thanks to the land and sea, snow festivals and other events as well as a variety of leisurely activities such as skiing and camping in untouched nature.
SAME AS IRELAND
latitude:SAPPORO 43.05 N
SAME AS Vladivostok 43.12 MIRANO 45.47N
Redesigning the souvenirs of Asahikawa, Kushiro and Yoichi that deserve the attention of the other side of the world
Sharing the side of Hokkaido not mentioned in travel guides from both an insider's and outsider's perspective
MAGAZINE will explore the new sides of Hokkaido from a different perspective from that of ordinary travel guides. Focusing mainly on the three areas of Asahikawa, Kushiro and Yoichi, we will introduce fascinating people, companies, new products and never-before-seen sceneries. Together with local tour guides and influencers, we will dig deep to discover the attractions of Hokkaido.
In addition to redesigned souvenirs, we will continuously introduce an up-to-date narrative on products you would want to take home, people you can only meet locally as well as information on unique experiences and destinations.
HOKKAIDO TO GO PROJECT is managed (lead) by Loftwork Inc. and is commissioned by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (FY2018 "Project to Boost Consumption by Spreading the Charms of Hokkaido"). Please contact the following for any inquiries you may have such as reproduction or uses of the articles/photos.