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Fushimi Inari Shrine

4.6/599 Reviews
Temple
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM (Local time)

Sapporo TV Tower

4.4/5417 Reviews
Observation Deck
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Local time)
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

4.4/5848 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day, but the opening hours of stores are different. (Local time)
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.

Shiroi Koibito Park

4.6/5933 Reviews
City Park
The Factory Tour opening time is 9:00-18:00 (admission stopped at 17:00) and the store is open until 19:00. (Local time)
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.

Odori Park

4.4/5738 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM (Local time)
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

4.6/5494 Reviews
School
Open all day (Local time)
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.

Hokkaido Shrine

4.5/5324 Reviews
Temple
Sun - Sat 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Local time)
Hokkaido Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in the center of Sapporo. In Hokkaido's past, the main entrance to the palace was facing northeast to defend against a potential Russian threat. Sacrifices were once conducted here in an attempt to improve the lives of Hokkaido's people and the shrine still holds an important place in the hearts of the locals. It is also a great place to view the cherry blossom trees in spring.

Jozankei Onsen

4.6/5176 Reviews
Town
Hot Spring
7:00-21:00 (Local time)
Known as the "Living Room of Sapporo", Jozankei Onsen manages to make both locals and tourists feel at home. The hot spring is located in a quiet valley famous for its beautiful scenery, peaceful atmosphere, and high-quality hot springs. Lined with hot spring hotels, Jozankei valley is home to the Toyohira River, and it is also a well-known destination for viewing the red maple leaves in autumn.

Former Hokkaido Government Office Building

4.4/5382 Reviews
Exhibition Hall
Sun - Sat 8:45 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
The old red brick building of the Former Hokkaido Government Office Building is an iconic landmark of Sapporo. A symbol of the pioneering era of Hokkaido, this neo-baroque style building is affectionately called the "Red Brick House" by locals and it is very popular among tourists. It is a great place to take pictures, particularly in the winter when snow covers the red bricks and produces a very romantic atmosphere.

Sapporo

4.5/5193 Reviews
Sapporo, a metropolitan city in the central region of Hokkaido, is the fifth most populous city in Japan and one of Japan's designated cities for political administration. Because Sapporo holds the Hokkaido government and the office of the Ishikari Revitalization Bureau, it has also become the administrative center. Sapporo has beautiful scenery in all four seasons: appreciating cherry blossoms in the spring; drinking beer to rock music in the summer; enjoying food from all over Hokkaido in the autumn; and attending the White Lighting Decoration Festival and the Ice and Snow Festival in Chase Park in the winter, making one feel as if one is in a fairyland.
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