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About Sapporo

Sapporo is the capital of Hokkaido and a must-visit for many tourists to Hokkaido. It is also a veritable center for dining and shopping. Sapporo has many iconic buildings, such as Sapporo Clock Tower, the red-brick Former Hokkaido Government Office, the Sapporo TV Tower and Hokkaido University. Most structures are elegant and beautiful in design, adding a lot of color to the cityscape. Sapporo’s Odori Park has ice and snow festivals in the winter and hosts the Sapporo Beer Festival in the Summer. Shiroi Koibito Park is a beautiful confectionery and a great place to see how chocolate treats are made, while Sapporo Ramen Republic is perfect for sampling Hokkaido’s delicious specialty ramen.

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Shiroi Koibito Park
981 Reviews
City Park
A famous white chocolate dessert of Hokkaido, Shiroi Koibito is bought as a souvenir by almost every visitor to Hokkaido. Shiroi Koibito Park refers to the tourist attraction based solely on this famous snack. Visitors here not only can tour the factory and see the entire process of how the chocolate dessert is made, but they can also try making it themselves.
Tanukikoji Shopping Street
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Featured Neighbourhood
Tanukikoji Shopping Street is a famous shopping street in the central district of Sapporo in Hokkaido. Boasting a history of over 100 years and an overhead glass ceiling, this spacious and clean street is a comfortable place to shop. There are numerous fashion and electronics stores, recreation halls, cinemas, and restaurants, all of which are very popular with young people.
Odori Park
800 Reviews
City Park
Odori Park is located in the heart of Sapporo, Hokkaido. It stretches from east to west and is home to lilacs and various other trees. Decorated with flowers all year round, and featuring ever-changing fountains, the scenery found here is truly captivating. In good weather, visitors can take a walk in the park, watch the occasional street performance, as well as enjoy the avant-garde sculptures that are scattered around.
Hokkaido University
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Hokkaido University was established in 1876 and is formerly known as Sapporo Agricultural College. There are many areas within the university designated as culturally significant and worth visiting, such as the Agricultural Department's Farm 2, the Clarke Statue, and Poplar Avenue. The grand elm, ginkgo, and poplar trees in the vicinity have earned Hokkaido University the nickname the 'elm campus'. The majority of historical buildings are of European-style (many of Nordic flavor) and are very popular with tourists.

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Amazing Places to See Cherry Blossoms in Japan!
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Spring is a time of rebirth. A time to cast off winter’s embrace. In Japan, spring heralds the coming cherry blossoms. For what seems like a fleeting instance, cherry trees flower in exquisitely delicate shades of white and pink. The soft colors signal promising times ahead. Some spend their entire lives chasing the bloom, looking for that perfect flower. For travelers aspiring to catch a glimpse of the annual miracle, this short article offers some background and suggests a few places to visit.
Dannyboi   13 May 2019

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Trip Moments

In the city of Sapporo, take the tram to the cable car entrance station and get off at the entrance to the cable car. There is a free shuttle bus to the opposite side of the cable car, and every 15 minutes from the whole point. The cable car ticket is 1700 round trips, including large box rail cars and small boxcars. Originally, it is now famous for the three new night scenes in Japan, but the whole place is full of autumn leaves. There is an observatory on the top of the mountain, and there are lovers locks. It is obvious that this is a newly developed attraction, not very distinctive, and expensive compared to other attractions in Sapporo. To be honest, it is also a short distance from Hokkaido’s one of the most beautiful night scenes with a small curve by the bay.
Posted: 22 Dec 2018
In October, the trip to Hokkaido Shrine, covered in maple Leaves is hidden in the round mountain park of Sapporo, was beyond amazing. It runs along with the big stone bird and passes through the Suomumu Shrine. I used to come in winter because the snow looks heavenly and I thought it was better. It is the Hokkaido Shrine, so I went back. This time the weather is good. I will continue to move forward and finally come to Hokkaido Shrine. I do not need tickets. It is slightly different from the architecture of other Japanese shrines. It is a bit like a windmill roof and should be a feature of the Hokkaido region. In the morning, many Japanese people come to pray, and the wishing card has a cute bear on it. It is actually more expensive than other shrines. The same Sakura bell is 800 yen here, and other shrines are 500. It may be particularly effective. There is also a self-service 200 yen for signing, and there is a cute gold lucky cat in the paper, which is really adorable.
Posted: 23 Dec 2018
In the middle of the fall and late October of each year, Hokkaido University is definitely a superb campus to visit. The red leaves of the garden and the well-known medical department has a long side of the ginkgo avenue like a golden warrior. A 10-minute walk from the north exit of Sapporo Station in Hokkaido, will take you to the main entrance of Hokkaido University. Visitors can also enter the school at will. I was very lucky to come here. The typhoon on October 22 brought a few hours of early snow to Hokkaido on the 23rd. On the 24th, the strong wind went away, the rain and snow stopped, and the sky became clear blue. The whole Hokkaido and the University's Ginkgo Avenue were filled with leaves because of the wind of the day before, and the sharp cooling caused the leaves to be yellow. The ginkgo branches on both sides of the avenue were interlaced to form an arched golden avenue. If you enter from the small side door, it is a shortcut to Ginkgo Avenue.
Posted: 17 Dec 2018
Hokkaido is known as the birthplace of Japanese ramen. Here, Sapporo uses Miso, Hakodate is salty, and Asahikawa is represented by soy sauce ramen. The Sapporo Ramen Republic is located on the 10th floor of the East Department Store next to the station. It is home to several ramen shops and selects the most popular ramen noodles every year to stimulate the store to innovate and maintain its unique taste. Every buddy is very enthusiastic and recruits guests at the store. Now inside, I took a look at each menu and finally selected this white birch ramen. The Japanese eat noodles and pay attention to the soup. This face can be said to make the soup head to the extreme, drink a soup, and then eat other things can not taste, and drink water is no way, the store's solution is to eat cooked eggs to solve, and cooked eggs free unlimited supply. The meat of his family is probably the kind of pig's fan bone, the piece of bone, the feeling of bone meat. Together with bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, seaweed, black fungus. face is coming, drink soup first. The soup in the wooden spoon adds a piece of meat. The meat is characterized by a distinct layering, few fat meats, and soup and meat. The combination of Tangtouwei and meat in the mouth is the kind of feeling of entrance. After eating a cooked egg, the egg yolk helps restore the taste, then the bamboo shoots and other side dishes are greasy, and repeated until the soup is finished. At that time, the socks were soaked from the shackles, and the body was cold from the inside out. I would have eaten such a Hokkaido ramen in Sapporo. It was a memory of eating noodles in Japan.
Posted: 11 Dec 2018
Around Japan, "problem" is a magical existence. At the entrance of many restaurants, you can see the word "food plaques", which means "just eat, eat enough." Similar expressions include drinking questions, putting questions, taking questions and so on. The expression with "something to put a question" is actually the meaning of "casual ~" "arbitrary ~". So, can the "food recipe" be completely equivalent to the Chinese buffet? In fact, the difference is quite large. The expression of "food plaques" is made by the Japanese themselves. In Japan, restaurants with the words "food plaques" are everywhere. Under normal circumstances, as long as it is written "food plaques", people who eat can eat buffets at the specified time and price, and there is no limit to how much to eat. It's like a Chinese buffet. It is not the same. Eating Chinese buffets is free to eat any kind of food at the specified time (only some small restaurants are not subject to time limit). There is no limit to what to eat, and the Japanese food recipe is usually a certain kind of food. You can eat it casually, not just any one. This is one of the differences between the "food recipe" and the Chinese buffet. The second is that the "food restaurant" is usually a discount to customers as a promotion. The content of this offer is not fixed. Between the store and the store, there will be different contents of "food plaques" in different periods. This shop is " sushi restaurant ", the shop is "watermelon restaurant "; yesterday was " The content of "food recipes" is generally limited to one. See the words "release questions" in all parts of Japan, don't confuse with the domestic buffet. The Susukino area of Sapporo is the more exciting the night, the little lanes, and the red lanterns attract guests in the night. There is a hidden in it, the main cooking meat, and the internal organs grill. Pushing the door, wooden stairs, small private rooms, bar under warm yellow light, the feeling of being in the country is now. () Address: 064-0805 Sapporo Chuo-ku South 5 West 4 Chome Opening hours: 18
Posted: 14 Jul 2016