When you think of Japan, you may picture busy megacities with boundless skyscrapers such as Tokyo, the ancient temples and palaces of Kyoto, or the small fishing villages and beaches of Okinawa. But there is another side of Japan less known to the rest of the world, but revered by the Japanese. Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan.
Imagine a place with vast old-growth forests, majestic mountains, crystal clear lakes, and lavender filled valleys teaming with wildlife. A place with deep blue ponds, active volcanoes, stunning waterfalls, fertile land, and oceans abundant with life. Imagine uninterrupted nature.
It is here, in Hokkaido, that Sucremor discovers its inspiration and calls its home.