Japan’s Frozen North

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NATURE: Japan’s Frozen North

Vast horizons and snowy peaks, hot springs, frozen lakes and the world’s best back-country skiing – Hokkaido is Japan’s largest, coldest, and wildest, prefecture. With the lowest population density in Japan, Hokkaido is a nature-lovers paradise, home to breath-taking landscapes and abundant wildlife. It’s also the nation’s pantry, working hard for its moniker ‘the Kingdom of Food’, by delivering ultra-fresh produce to homes and restaurants across Japan.

In November last year, ANA took a trip to explore one of Japan’s most remote corners – read on for a photographic portrait of Japan’s northernmost prefecture.


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