Tours & Tickets
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.
Sapporo TV Tower is erected on the east side of Odori Park. It is the icon of Odori Park and a landmark of Sapporo. Sapporo TV Tower used to be a signal receiver and retransmission facility, but it is now retired. Now it is outfitted with an observation deck, a souvenir shop, and restaurants. Climb the tower and enjoy a 360-degree view of Sapporo and the dazzling lights of the tower at night.
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 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.
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.