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Tanukikoji Shopping Street

Tanukikoji Shopping Street

4.4/5900 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day, but the opening hours of stores are different. (Local time)
Tanukikoji Shopping Street is a famous shopping street in the central district of Sapporo in Hokkaido. Boasting a history of over 100 years and an overhead glass ceiling, this spacious and clean street is a comfortable place to shop. There are numerous fashion and electronics stores, recreation halls, cinemas, and restaurants, all of which are very popular with young people.
Sapporo TV Tower

Sapporo TV Tower

4.4/5462 Reviews
Observation Deck
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Local time)
Sapporo TV Tower is erected on the east side of Odori Park. It is the icon of Odori Park and a landmark of Sapporo. Sapporo TV Tower used to be a signal receiver and retransmission facility, but it is now retired. Now it is outfitted with an observation deck, a souvenir shop, and restaurants. Climb the tower and enjoy a 360-degree view of Sapporo and the dazzling lights of the tower at night.
Marchen Intersection

Marchen Intersection

4.5/599 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Hokkaido University

Hokkaido University

4.6/5521 Reviews
School
Open all day (Local time)
Hokkaido University was established in 1876 and is formerly known as Sapporo Agricultural College. There are many areas within the university designated as culturally significant and worth visiting, such as the Agricultural Department's Farm 2, the Clarke Statue, and Poplar Avenue. The grand elm, ginkgo, and poplar trees in the vicinity have earned Hokkaido University the nickname the 'elm campus'. The majority of historical buildings are of European-style (many of Nordic flavor) and are very popular with tourists.
Silo Observatory

Silo Observatory

4.4/546 Reviews
Observation Deck
May-October: 8:30-18:00; November-April: April: 8:30-17:00 (Local time)
The Sairo Observatory is an observatory overlooking Lake Toya and its surrounding attractions. It offers a panoramic view of Lake Toya and Nakajima, making it ideal for photography. Because Lake Toya does not freeze even in the winter lake, it is the non-freezing lake at the northern end of Hokkaido. You can also watch the beautiful lakes that are swaying all year round in the Sairo Observatory.
Shikotsu-Toya National Park

Shikotsu-Toya National Park

4.3/532 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
City Park
Funamizaka

Funamizaka

4.4/561 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Otaru Snow Light Path

Otaru Snow Light Path

4.6/562 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Steam Clock

Steam Clock

4.5/588 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Sapporo Clock Tower

Sapporo Clock Tower

4.2/5247 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Sapporo Clock Tower is a clock tower situated in the heart of Sapporo. Its construction began in 1878, and was a symbol of westernization in the 19th century and of the beginning of major development in Hokkaido. The chimes of the tower has continued for over a hundred years and has become a symbol of Sapporo. The tower's construction style is simple: white and using wood. The clock at the top has four clock faces.
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