luxury travel


The island of Hokkaido and its indigenous people, the Ainu, were colonized by Japan in the 19th century. Today, the northernmost island of Japan is best known for its agriculture and seafood, Sapporo beer, and its world class skiing, but still retains elements of its ancient landscape and indigenous culture. Luxury resorts, fresh caught sushi, and outdoor activities are some of Hokkaido’s many charms.