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 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...
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...
Rāmen Yokochō information
This famous alleyway in the Susukino entertainment district is crammed with rāmen shops. Anyone with a yen for rāmen shouldn't miss it, but it can be tricky to find. From the main Susukino crossroads, walk south to the first crossroad. Turn left (east); Rāmen Yokochō is halfway down on the right, running parallel to Eki-mae-dōri.
If you can't find it just ask – it's one place people will know. Hours vary for different shops, though prices are consistently reasonable, with a bowl of noodles setting you back around ¥1000. This is the original Rāmen Yokochō, and they are keen to distance themselves from all imposters.