Sapporo TV Tower
There's no way you'll miss this 147m-high Eiffel Tower–shaped affair at the eastern end of Ōdōri Kōen, which stands alongside Tokyo...
Ōdōri Kōen is the long, block-wide park that splits Sapporo into its north–south grid. Fully 13 blocks (1.5km) long, with the TV Tower...
Sapporo Clock Tower
No Japanese tourist can leave Sapporo without snapping a photo of the city's signature landmark, the clock tower. Built in 1878, the...
This place, with reasonable and easy to add up prices, is usually packed with a mix of foreign and local clientele, even on weekdays....
Kani-honke is legendary for its crab offerings – try the recommended Kanisuki menu for ¥4400 per person. Crab and vegetables are cooked...
S3E1&2 Chūō-ku · interesting places nearby
Ni-jō Ichiba information
While Ni-jō Ichiba is starting to look a tad tired, there is still plenty to poke your nose into. Buy a bowl of rice and select your own sashimi toppings, gawk at the fresh delicacies such as sea urchin and crab, or chow down on Hokkaidō's version of 'Mother and Child' (oyakodon), rice topped with salmon and roe.
Get there early for the freshest selections and the most variety; individual restaurants have their own hours. The market is just over the Sōsei-gawa at the eastern end of the Tanuki-kōji shopping arcade.