Sapporo City Guide

Description

Hokkaido’s 150-year-old capital and Japan’s fifth-largest city, Sapporo is a spacious and laid-back place. The compact city center is well-laid-out and it has a lot of parks dotted with Western-style historical landmarks, which makes a pleasant stroll. If you are looking for favorite items, they are all here. With grand-scale parks, excellent ski areas, relaxed onsen and varied museums popping up around the city. Visitors enjoy Hokkaido-style dining scene, drinking options, joyful concerts, lively snow and food festivals throughout the year. Sapporo is Hokkaido’s key transport hub and one of the best places to start or finish your journey in Japan.

Released 2017 December 8, 2nd Edition

Length 94 pages

This ebook covers the following destinations

  • Central Sapporo: Sapporo Station area, Odori Park, Susukino, Beer Museum
  • Nakajima Park, Moiwa & Toyohira: Sapporo Concert Hall, Mt Moiwa, Toyohira Park, Sapporo Dome, Hitsujigaoka
  • Maruyama & Teine: Maruyama Park, Mt Okura, Asahiyama Memorial Park, Sapporo Teine Ski Area
  • Southern Sapporo & Jozankei Onsen: Jozankei, Hoheikyo, Koganeyu, Makomanai, Sapporo Art Park, Takino Suzuran Hillside Park
  • Eastern Sapporo: Nopporo Forest Park, Shin-Sapporo, Shiroishi, Moerenuma Park
  • Around Sapporo: Otaru, Ishikari, Tobetsu, Shinshinotsu, Ebetsu, Kitahiroshima, Chitose & Shikotsu-ko, Tomakomai

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