Hokkaido is Japan's second biggest, northernmost, and least developed of the country's four major islands. Its weather is severe in winter, with heavy snowfall, subzero temperatures, and frozen waters, although it is not as hot and humid as other regions of the nation in summer.

Hokkaido draws many outdoor enthusiasts due to its untouched environment, several national parks, and rural landscapes, including skiers and snowboarders in the colder seasons and hikers, bikers, and campers from June to September.

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