Mori is in a popular region. A reason Hokkaido is a tourist hotspot is its exceptional scenery.

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Mori Vacation Packages

Mori is located 450 miles north of Tokyo, the nation's capital city.

Roughly 7 miles from Mori is Onuma. Head here to visit Hokkaido Country Club Onuma Course and Onuma National Park.

Muroran is 30 miles to the northeast of Mori. This regional hub is where you'll find Shikotsu-Toya National Park, Muroran City Aquarium and Tokkarisho Lookout. Koganeyu and Road Station Mitara Muroran are just a few more choices that await you here.

There are some exciting ways to immerse yourself in the wide open spaces in and around the region. Mountain climbing and hiking are just two active options you can select from.

It's important to slow down the pace from time to time. This area has some lovely ways to do just that. Make sure you try cycling or bird watching.

Combine education and recreation by joining one of the area's guided tours, including guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.

View Hokkaido in a completely different way. Rise up above the landscape and try hot air ballooning.

Take a break from sightseeing and spend a relaxing afternoon rafting and canoeing.

The greater Hokkaido region is a good place to get outside and make the most of winter. When the air starts to get icy, hop into your snow gear and try snowboarding or skiing.

Indulge your tastebuds in the region's many cafés and bars. Make sure you rub shoulders with the locals and try out some customary dishes.

This destination is known for producing beef and sea urchin.

Tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and ishikari nabe (salmon and vegetable stew) are often ordered by travelers and local foodies alike.

Ask for anpan (sweet roll) after your main courses. This is a popular choice for locals and visitors alike.

The bars in this region will certainly offer Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, so make sure you sample it if you appreciate trying the local ale.

If you're on the lookout for a refreshing non-alcoholic drink, ask for genmaicha (green tea with brown rice).

Try junmaishu, a local spirit. It's the perfect way to finish up your dining experience.

They say that all things that are good must come to an end. At the end of your vacation in Mori, say "Sayōnara," spend the last of your yen, and treasure all those amazing memories.

Don't stress about missing your flight. Just remember that the closest airport is 25 miles to the southeast of Mori.

Accommodation in Mori

As there is just a handful of Expedia-accredited accommodation in Mori itself, you ought to book early if you are planning on staying for a few days.

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