Sapporo Timetable Counter, read the comments written very well, actually I think generally, because it is the best European style building, so it is also very characteristic, there is a clock, so here is also called Sapporo Bell Tower, although the building is not big, but many people come here to take pictures, I came here once in the evening, passed here again in the daytime, really do not need to specially come to the business. Come by the way when you are on the street or when you are reversing the subway at Datong Station.
Ticket prices do not remember, but the appearance is that the time counter is actually the museum looks small, but the amount of information is large, there are not many people with pictures and articles in it, so you can enjoy the goods in the souvenir shop, it is also very interesting that the museum has a place to stamp the souvenir.
Sapporo time counter is also called Sapporo Bell Tower. It's near the Datong subway station. In fact, every day when you go shopping in Wanjing, you will see it. You don't have to go there on purpose. The time counter is white in color with two floors high. It has a beautiful and beautiful view from a distance. It highlights its pure white beauty under the light at night. If you want to visit, you need to buy tickets. Because Sapporo shopping trip is very tense, there is no opportunity to visit, each time is a long distance look, the next time you go to visit it closely.
Timetable station, a good place to know the history of Hokkaido. Everything is so simple and simple, but it is so elegant and practical. It is very comfortable to sit quietly in the martial arts arena on the second floor. It's interesting to hear the bells from different parts of the world.
Datong stands out in the opposite direction of the TV tower, you can see at the right intersection, there is a best photo gallery.
Sapporo is a great city, but it's easy to overlook the beauty of Sapporo because Xiao Juan is so amazing. As the busiest city in Hokkaido, it is rare to keep a quiet in the noise, such as this clock house, which seems to have passed for many years in a twinkling of an eye.