About Sapporo

Sapporo, the capital of the mountainous northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, is famous for its beer, skiing, and annual Sapporo Snow Festival featuring enormous ice sculptures. The Sapporo Beer Museum traces the city’s brewing history and has tastings and a beer garden. Ski hills and jumps from the 1972 Winter Olympics are scattered within the city limits, and Niseko, a renowned ski resort, is nearby. Odori Park, a long, narrow green space, runs through the center of town and hosts the winter snow festival as well as a summer beer festival and an energetic team dance competition. Other attractions include Sapporo TV Tower, with panoramic views, and the American-designed wooden Clock Tower, which was built in the 1800s and now houses a local history museum. Miyanomori Art Museum has an extensive collection of works by the artists Christo and his late wife and former collaborator, Jeanne-Claude. Sapporo is also a jumping-off point for Shikotsu-Tōya National Park, known for lakes, volcanoes, and the hot-springs resort of Noboribetsu.
Odori Park

Odori Park is a park located in the heart of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Ōdōri means "large street" in Japanese. It stretches east to west through Nishi 1 chōme, Ōdōri to Nishi 12 chōme, Ōdōri, and divides the city into north and south sections. The iconic park is full of flowerbeds, fountains, and hosts frequent events throughout the year.
Sapporo Clock Tower

Sapporo Clock Tower built in 1878, is a wooden structure and tourist attraction, located at North 1 West 2, Chūō-ku, Sapporo, the largest city on the island of Hokkaidō. It is known by many as the symbol of the city and is the main feature of almost all domestic and international tours of Sapporo. The clock after which it is named continues to run and keep time, and the chimes can be heard every hour.
Hokkaidō Shrine

The Hokkaidō Shrine built-in 1869 is a Shinto shrine located in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Sited in Maruyama Park, Chūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, the Hokkaido Shrine enshrines four kami including the soul of Emperor Meiji. A number of early explorers of Hokkaidō such as Mamiya Rinzō are also enshrined.
Hōheikyō Hot Spring

Hōheikyō Hot Spring is an artistic big outdoor hot spring bath, surrounded by great nature. It features 3 hot-spring baths in a scenic open-air setting and an Indian restaurant.
Mount Moiwa Ropeway

Mount Moiwa Ropeway is a Japanese aerial lift line in Sapporo and the aerial tram provides rides up Mount Moiwa to an observation deck and restaurant with city views.
Hokkaido Museum

Hokkaido Museum is located within Nopporo Shinrin Kōen Prefectural Natural Park, the permanent exhibition is dedicated to the nature, history, and culture of Hokkaido. It features a modern museum with exhibits on local history, nature, and Ainu culture, with multilingual audio guides.
Sapporo TV Tower

The Sapporo TV Tower, built-in 1957, is a 147.2-meter-high TV tower with an observation deck offering panoramic views of the city at a height of 90.38 meters. Located on the ground of Odori Park, in the northern city of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, the tower is open to tourists. Tourists can view Sapporo and Odori Park.
Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium

The Ōkurayama Ski Jump Stadium, also known as the Ōkurayama-Schanze is a ski jumping venue located in the Miyanomori area in Chūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan. Owned mostly by Sapporo City, the ski jump is on the eastern slope of the Mt. Okura.
Hitsujigaoka Observation Hill

Hitsujigaoka Observation Hill is a famous scenic spot located in Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan. The bronze statue of Dr. William S. Clark, which stands on the hill, is well known as the symbol of the frontier spirit of Hokkaidō.
Nakajima Park

Nakajima Park is a city park with a symphony hall, literature museum, lake, two streams, an observatory, a historical building housing a tea shop, and several lawns and forests.
Best Time To Visit Sapporo

Sapporo winter is cold and snowy, as you might expect from a subarctic climate. If you’re going during this time of the year, pack plenty of layers, your sturdiest snow boots, and your best camera. The winter scenery in Hokkaido is one of the most impressive sights in the world. Hokkaido’s cherry blossoms begin to open in late April, but they usually reach their peak bloom in May. One of the best cherry blossom festivals to attend is the Matsumae Park Hanami Matsuri. The park has about 10,000 cherry trees in total, rivaling the beauty of Kyoto’s sakura season.

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