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Sapporo Attractions

Sapporo is not your typical Japanese big city. Located at the north of the Japanese Archipelago, it has a pleasant climate from June to July. One of Sapporo's features lies in its distinctively clear-cut four seasons. In spring, awaking from a long sleep, numerous flowers burst into bloom. In summer, sunny days follow each other.  In fall, trees are clad in golden yellow and crimson red. In winter, everything is veiled in silky white snow. Sapporo has four distinct seasons, each of which exhibits impressively elegant charms. Especially in June, when the FIFA World Cup takes place, Sapporo enjoys a fresh, green season with sunshine, while the rainy season starts in the rest of Japan. With a current population of approximately 1.83 million, Sapporo is Japan's fifth largest city, where the pioneer spirit coexists with its well-balanced, highly advanced urban functions. Historical structures stand amidst high-rise buildings. A park full of greenery embraces relaxing people. There are hot springs in the city. Sapporo's attraction lies in the unique harmony of urban convenience and oases of relaxation. Sapporo is a gourmet city where delicacies can be savored during every season. There is also an entertainment district, Susukino, which accommodates over 5,000 shops, restaurants and pubs.

  • Sapporo Teine
    Fasilitas rekreasi gabungan di Gunung Teine ini. Keseluruhan areanya menjadi tempat bermain ski selama musim dingin.
  • Ishikari Asobeach
    The Ishikari Asobeach (Ishikari Bay Beach) is a beach swimming destination popular with Sapporo locals, located just 40 minutes by car from central Sapporo in Ishikari City.
  • Hoheikan
    Hoheikan is the only hotel ever built by the Meiji government, and was opened in 1881 on the occasion of Emperor Meiji’s visit to Sapporo. Built using traditional Japanese techniques.
  • Odori Park
    Odori Park is an oasis with 92 types of trees including lilacs and elm stands located in the middle of a business district. On its lawns and around its fountains.
  • Sapporo TV Tower
    Completed in 1956, Sapporo TV Tower is located in Nishi 1-chome, or the eastern edge of Odori Park, which divides central Sapporo into northern and southern zones.
  • Sapporo Dome
    Sapporo Dome is the northern most all-weather dome in Japan. The stadium is home to the professional football team Consadole Sapporo and baseball team Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters.