Shiroi Koibito Park was a place that we thought about visiting before changing our minds and then changing our minds back again. We weren't sure we'd have enough time due to the fact that, though in Sapporo, the park is not that close to the downtown area of the city. However, after spending most of the day at the Jozankei Onsen village we got back to central Sapporo with enough time to see the famed factory after all.
The first thing one notices upon entering the factory's gates is the beautiful rose garden. It was magical to walk through the gardens and see the beautiful varieties of roses on display, most of which were still in full bloom. A large number of the roses were David Austin breeds which I love and have in my own garden at home so that was a special treat.
Once inside the factory building, we opted for the standard tour that allows you to view the production before depositing you in a large gift shop. The production area was absolutely spotless and seemed to run like a well-oiled machine [in typical Japanese fashion]. Even the gift shop was nice, with many special items that could only be purchased at the factory location. Well worth the visit.
The Halloween festival starts now at Shiroi Koibito Park, Sapporo. Children can enjoy free hand painting in Halloween theme. 🕸🕷🐈🍁🎃
Sweet world, Hokkaido White Lovers Park ~
White Lovers Chocolate factory is the production and display of white lovers chocolate. Its central building is a European classical castle with an English atmosphere.
White Lovers Factory, unlike the conventional factory, is like a beautiful fairy tale world, antique conjoined English castle, small bridge between green trees, timed bell tower performance, will turn The dancing "chef", the wonderful music box music, and various rides bring the tourists back to the pure fantasy of childhood. The architectural charm of the
factory comes from its beautiful style and exquisite construction. All the building materials are imported from the UK. The interior furnishings, lighting and various small details are very elegant, giving elegance and elegance. Visual enjoyment. The
white lovers factory not only has a dream park to attract tourists, but also a factory line that is actually producing products. Visitors can watch the whole process of production through the glass window. The retro design makes the production room full of fun. Employees skillfully add chocolate to the biscuits on the conveyor belt, then cool, pack, and produce in an orderly manner.
In addition to watching the "White Lovers" production line, there is also a "Chocolate Time Tunnel" in the castle, which recreates the scene of the 19th century British chocolate factory, as if it were placed in the kingdom of chocolate.
Chinese people have two distinct attitudes towards white lovers biscuits. People who like them like it very much and don't like to be particularly excluded. Because the two slices of pizza are sandwiched with white chocolate, they are especially sweet. Relatively speaking, the middle is black and smart, and the sweetness is weaker. It is only that the black and white lovers are far less popular in China than in the white.
There are also a few tree houses to decorate, it is really the ultimate in dream details.
Entering the interior of the castle, the first floor displays a variety of goods for white lovers. When I arrived at the second floor, I was deeply shocked. It was a European court! I think the designer is designed to avoid the winter fountain water being frozen, so it is designed indoors! The effect on the scene is really beautiful!
Of course, we often buy biscuits, white lovers still come out of the cake roll, but I think the most worth looking forward to is the wedding cake, which is the product I think is the most consistent with the name. Each one is a piece of art. Of course, these are food models. I think these Japanese things are relatively different between the buyer show and the buyer show.
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.