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Sapporo - Hakodate, Sapporo - Kushiro, Sapporo - Asahikawa, Sapporo - Shiretoko, Sapporo - Wakkanai, Asahikawa - Kushiro, Asahikawa - Obihiro

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This webpage was designed to help you enjoy comfortable Hokkaido sightseeing by focusing on "bus travel and accommodations in central locations for your sightseeing". Information can be found regarding as below.
  • buses to your hotel and traffic
  • nearby sightseeing attractions and reservations
  • rooms, facilities, security and meals in the hotel
  • batch booking
  • We will also help with any questions or consultations.
The homepage offers a way for you to book and plan your entire trip through one place instead of having to make separate sightseeing reservations for your regional destinations.

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The Area is Seen by About 80% of Hokkaido Tourists

The wide Central Area of Hokkaido stretches 530km North to South from Japan's northernmost point of Cape Soya to Cape Erimo of Hidaka in the South. It is a popular area that sees roughly 80% of Hokkaido's tourists including places such as New Chitose Airport, Sapporo, Otaru, Asahikawa, Biei Furano, and Rishiri Rebun Island.
The Sapporo station square and Odori Bus Terminal are the main points of transportation for buses.
The brown colored numbers are ICBP routes 1~X, the green colored numbers are for the all you can ride HBBP routes that can be used in all areas.
It is free to ride for the Central Area that includes places such as within Sapporo, within Otaru, between Sapporo and Chitose Airport, between Sapporo and Jozankei, between Sapporo and Furano, and between Sapporo and Asahikawa. Additional fares are required to ride buses for other areas including around Wakkanai, the Soya Bus of Rishiri Rebun Island, the Hidaka area Donan Bus, and the Kuriyama and Yubari area Yutetsu Bus.
Nippon Rent-a-Car through UU-Hokkaido is also available.

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Central Area

The Area Where Hokkaido's History & Reclamation Began

The West Hokkaido area where the history of Hokkaido began in Kaminokuni and the reclamation of Hokkaido began in Hakodate. Hokkaido's first open port city Hakodate is the port town with an exoticism that prospered as the entrance for people and supplies linking Honshu to Hokkaido remains. Hakodate is separated from Sapporo by about 260km (3 hours and 40 minutes by train).
The Hakodate Station Bus Terminal are the main points of transportation for buses.
The Hakodate bus is free to get on for all routes. The Chuou Bus in the Niseko area is free to get on, however additional fares are required on the many routes for Donan Buses of Lake Toya, and between Muroran and Tomakomai Noboribetsu Onsen.
Nippon Rent-a-Car through UU-Hokkaido is also available.

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east Area

An Expansive Area Appropriate to Hokkaido

The East Hokkaido area is close to nature rare in the world where you can see the beautiful nature of Hokkaido, perfectly arranged infrastructure for living, and animals and nature living together. It is a world leading nature area with places such as Daisetsuzan National Park, Kushiro-shitsugen National Park, Akan Mashu National Park, and the World Natural Heritage Site of Shiretoko. Kushiro is separated from Sapporo by about 300km (4 and a half hours by train, or 40 minutes by plane).
In front of Obihiro Station, in front of Asahikawa Station, and in front of Kitami Station, are the main points of transportation for buses.
It is free to ride on all routes of Tokachi buses, Akan buses, and Kitami buses. It is free to ride inter-city buses. Additional fares are required for Shari buses, Abashiri buses, Nemuro Transportation, and Hokumon Bus regular route buses.
Nippon Rent-a-Car through UU-Hokkaido is also available.

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