May
29
2024
May
30
2024
Cancel a reservation

Points of Interest

SAPPORO Mt.MOIWA ROPEWAY

The Mt. Moiwa Ropeway is Japanese aerial lift line in Sapporo, Hokkaidō. This is the only line Sapporo Development operates, while the company also operates a ski jumping course and an amusement park. Opened in 1958, the line climbs Mount Moiwa. The observatory is built for the panoramic view of the city. There also is a ski resort.

JR Tower

JR Tower is a station building-type commercial complex located at Sapporo Station, Chuo Ward, Sapporo City. It is the most comfortable skyscraper in Hokkaido.

Former Hokkaido Government Office

If you look west from Kita Sanjo Dori in Sapporo, you will see the former Hokkaido Government Office main building appearing imposingly at the end. The brick building, nicknamed the “Red Brick Government Building,” is a historic building that served as the prefecture’s government for approximately 80 years until the new building currently in use was built. Built in 1888 (Meiji 21), it is an American-style neo-baroque building, with distorted glass made in the Meiji era that will make you feel as if you have traveled back in time.

The inside of the museum is open to the public for free, and materials tracing the history of Hokkaido are on display, so be sure to stop by.

Sapporo Central Wholesale Market

There are about 60 stores, from fresh fish stores to fruit and vegetable stores, dry goods stores, and dried salted fish stores, with carefully selected, extremely fresh ingredients lined up from 6 a.m. onwards. There are also plenty of restaurants such as sushi restaurants and set menu restaurants that make use of market ingredients. We have seasonal flavors at affordable prices. Products are lined up as soon as the auction ends at the market, so we recommend heading out early in the morning to make sure you get the ingredients you’re looking for.

Sapporo Factory

Sapporo Factory opened in 1993 as a large commercial complex housing approximately 160 shops and facilities, including shopping, amusement, restaurants, and hotels. Built on the site of the Kaitakushi Beer Brewery, the predecessor of Sapporo Beer, which was the first Japanese-run beer factory founded in 1899, this tour facility traces the history of the Kaitakushi era and retains the red bricks of that time.

The Daimaru Sapporo Store

The Daimaru Sapporo store, which is directly connected to Hokkaido Sapporo Station, has a bustling underground department store and brand-name shops, and can be used by a wide range of people, from children to the elderly.

Hokkaido University

Throughout its long history and tradition, Hokkaido University has cultivated the philosophies of ‘’frontier spirit,’’ “cultivating internationalism,” “whole-person education,” and “emphasizing practical learning,” and has conducted educational research. In order to demonstrate both inside and outside the university that our university is a university that pursues the realization of these four ideals and continues to challenge the frontiers with a sense of mission and ethics, we will actively conduct effective and unified public relations activities. It is expanding.

Red Brick Warehouse

Based on the concept of “A courtyard in Sapporo where you can encounter new sensibilities,” there will be a total of 27 stores, including stores opening in Hokkaido for the first time and new formats. Facilities such as the “Observation Terrace” with a panoramic view of the red brick government building and the “Atrium Terrace”, a relaxing plaza space, allow you to feel nature while being in the city. There is also a food court with famous Hokkaido restaurants.

Sapporo TV Tower

It takes about 60 seconds by elevator from the 3rd floor to the observatory at 90.38m above ground. Below you, you can see the entire city of Sapporo, where civic and international events are held throughout the year, with Odori Park, where flowers bloom every season, the Sea of Japan in the distance, and the magnificent Ishikari Plain.

Sapporo Clock Tower

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.

Address:
2 Chome Kita 1 Jonishi, Chuo - 060-0001 - Sapporo - Japan
GPS:
43.062890758779,141.35373894656

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.

Address:
9-2-10, Kita7Jo, Higashi-ku - 065-0007 - Sapporo - Japan
GPS:
43.073875388771,141.36942932217

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!

Address:
Miyanosawa 2-jo 2-chome, Nishi-ku - 063-0052 - Sapporo - Japan
GPS:
43.088359002013,141.27000561534

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.

Address:
Miyagaoka 3-1, Chuo-ku - 060-0001 - Sapporo - Japan
GPS:
43.0512677,141.307084