Spring

 

Explore the abudant offerings of Spring

 

 

 

SPRING SKIING & SNOWBOARDING

Any seasoned skier will know that sometimes the best time for a ski trip is in the spring when the peak months of winter are over. Warmer temperatures and clear blue skies welcome visitors this time of year. The crowds will also be significantly less as you hit the slopes.

  • Goodsports

SIGHTSEEING & PHOTOGRAPHY

Niseko springs to life as the snow melts and meadows begin to flourish with carpets of flowers and greenery. Snow covered hills transform into a technicolour feast for the eye or the lens if you’re into photography.

Take a trip at the end of April to early May and if you are lucky enough, you can catch the week-long Cherry Blossom bloom. Spring in Niseko is one of the most Instagram-worthy locations on the planet. Not to be missed is the equally magical Shibazakura (Pink Moss) bloom that lasts longer at Mishima’s Gardens.

  • Sunflower fields at Higashiyama Hana no Oka
  • Red Fuji from Makkari Village
  • Lake Hangetsu (Half moon nature park)
  • Fukidashi Park

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SIGHTSEEING & PHOTOGRAPHY

Niseko springs to life as the snow melts and meadows begin to flourish with carpets of flowers and greenery. Snow covered hills transform into a technicolour feast for the eye or the lens if you’re into photography.

Take a trip at the end of April to early May and if you are lucky enough, you can catch the week-long Cherry Blossom bloom. Spring in Niseko is one of the most Instagram-worthy locations on the planet. Not to be missed is the equally magical Shibazakura (Pink Moss) bloom that lasts longer at Mishima’s Gardens.

  • Sunflower fields at Higashiyama Hana no Oka
  • Red Fuji from Makkari Village
  • Lake Hangetsu (Half moon nature park)
  • Fukidashi Park

FRESH FRUIT PICKING

Hokkaido’s is best known for its sweet, juicy melons and is also home to fruits like strawberries, cherries, apples and grapes that thrive in farms in close proximity to MyEcolodge. Plenty of farms open their doors to visitors and for roughly about a thousand yen per person, you can enjoy hours of fruit-picking. Local fruit products like jams and preserves are also available for purchase so you can take home some of your experience. For more information visit:

  • Yamamoto Fruit Farm
  • Cherry Mountain

   

70-15 Aza-Yamada,
Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun,
Hokkaido 0440081

   +81 (0)136 55 5556

   info@my-ecolodge.com

 

     

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