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I Drove to Japan's Most Extreme North | Hokkaido Road Trip

Natsuki  Escapes  Travel  Humor   Cape Soya is 1,000km from Tokyo at Japan's most northern point. In the height of winter we drive across a snowy Hokkaido to discover what's up there.

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