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We're going on a bear hunt … in Hokkaido, Japan

Looking back, The Revenant was an ill-advised choice of in-flight entertainment. The image of Leo having his guts ripped out by a bear was still on my mind at 3am on our first night camping in the wilds of Hokkaido, when I finally squeezed out of my camper van bunk and tiptoed outside to the loo, twitching like a meerkat at every rustle from the undergrowth.

 fox. Not everyone is that lucky. Japan’s bears are killers, claiming a handful of lives most years. Newspaper reports of such incidents were something else I probably ought not to have occupied myself with, before leaving with my wife and two sons for a six-day camping trip to Japan’s northernmost main island. Better known as a winter destination, Hokkaido’s staggering Lost World scenery is a beautiful place to explore in the spring, summer and autumn too. It is also home to around 3,000 brown bears, weighing up to 350kg each and twice the height of a man.

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