The name “Kamui” means god. It has a unique landscape that protrudes into the ocean. Walk along the promenade from the parking lot to the tip of the cape. Then enjoy seafood rice bowls or soft serve ice cream after. Admission & parking is free.
Masataka Taketsuru was the first Japanese who mastered whisky making in Scotland. He then came back to Japan and opened 2 distilleries – Miyagikyo and Yoichi. Since then, his distilleries have been producing Japan’s one of the finest whiskies. Visitors can also take tours of the distillery on appointment basis along with whisky tasting session where payment is required.
Let the vast fields of lavender delight your senses here. This lavender farm is one of the most photographed spots in Hokkaido. You can also purchase extracted lavender oil and even savour lavender ice-cream. Farm Tomita is accessible by train, bus or car from Asahikawa and Sapporo.