The “Japan’s farthest point” that many Japanese have in mind is probably Abashiri in Hokkaido. There has been a large prison here since the late 19th century. You can see it. And from mid-February to early March, you can enjoy drift ice as shown on this page. Why do not you experience this white world after watching the Sapporo Snow Festival?

Photos of Abashiri

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

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Abashiri in Hokkaido, Japan = Shutterstock

 

 

Map of Abashiri

 

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