Sapporo Day1

JR Station is a contralized mass transporation system of Hokkaido and Sapporo city, encompasses a sprawling network of shops, department stores, electronics stores and offices. The shopping/dining side of things mainly circulates around five areas: Stellar Place, Daimaru, Apia, Paseo, and Esta, all of which connect through the underbelly of the station. 
360 degree panoramic views o...
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The Former Hokkaido Government Office is a notable red-brick structure constructed in 1888, showcasing American neo-baroque architectural style. Serving as a symbol of Hokkaido, the building now hosts historical exhibitions, a museum shop, a tourist information center, and a conference room.
What sets the Former Hokkaido Government Office apart is its distinctive architectural elements, rarely see...
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The clock tower was built in 1878 as a theatrical hall of the Sapporo Agricultural School, present day Hokkaido University. The idea behind the tower came from Dr. Clark who was the school’s first vice principal. It was used as a facility where Agricultural School students conducted their military training and physical education, and as the main hall where commencement and other ceremonies w... read more
Odori Park is an oasis in the city center and extends 1.5 km from east to west. The history of Odori Park began in 1871 the street was named "Shiribeshi Dori" , but this name was not popular and it was renamed "Odori" in June 1881 when it was constructed as a large-scale firebreak to separate the downtown area to the administrative district in the north and the residential and commercial district ... read more
ซูซูกิโนะ (Susukino) คือ บริเวณรอบๆ สถานีรถไฟใต้ดินซูซูกิโนะ ถือเป็นย่านที่คึกคักมีชีวิตชีวาที่สุดของซัปโปโร ใหญ่ที่สุดของภาคเหนือในประเทศญี่ปุ่น ตลอดทาง 400 ม. บนถนนสายนี้มีร้านอาหารมากมาย ลิ้มรสอาหารทะเลสดๆ ของฮอกไกโด และเดินเที่ยว ไนต์คลับ บาร์ คาราโอเกะ สถานอาบอบนวด โดยไม่ต้องกลัวอันตราย ระบบรักษาความปลอดภัยสูง มีรถตำรวจตามจุดต่างๆทุกหัวมุมถนน ถึงจะดื่มโต้รุ่งก็ยั... read more