It is a wooden structure and tourist attraction, the largest city on the island of Hokkaido. The clock tower now houses a museum introducing the history of the Agricultural College and the development of Sapporo. It is open to visitors year round, but is closed on Sundays and over the New Year period. Viewing and photographing the building is very popular among visitors to Sapporo, and visiting it forms a part of many tours of the city. It is possible for members of the public to rent the large hall upstairs for private functions, which is also occasionally used for concerts.
2 Chome Kita 1 Jonishi, Chuo - 060-0001 - Sapporo - Japan
Sapporo Beer Garden
This is the composite facilities including restaurants, beer-hall, museum, shopping center. You can drink some draft beer and eat flesh “Genghis Khan” made of tender and plain fresh lamb meat and plenty of vegetables on a special metal skillet.
9-2-10, Kita7Jo, Higashi-ku - 065-0007 - Sapporo - Japan
Shiroi Koibito Park
It is a fantastic space based on the ideals of deliciousness, fun and stories of sweets. In addition to housing the Shiroi Koibito Factory where this well-known Hokkaido confectionery is produced, the park also has a cafe, the Cookiecraft Studio (where budding confectioners can try their hand at making their own Shiroi Koibito cookies) and the Rose Garden. The things visitors see, taste and experience here will make for truly “sweet”memories!
Miyanosawa 2-jo 2-chome, Nishi-ku - 063-0052 - Sapporo - Japan
Sapporo Maruyama Zoo
It is a municipal zoo, opened on May 5, 1951. The zoo is located within Maruyama Park in western Sapporo, and is the oldest zoo in Hokkaido.
Miyagaoka 3-1, Chuo-ku - 060-0001 - Sapporo - Japan
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