A museum and beer garden, Sapporo Beer-En is located in the original Sapporo brewery. Two tour options are possible: visitors on the...
This museum is a tribute to one of the world's most delicious fish. Check out more than 20 species of salmon in varying stages of...
Hokkaidō Ritsukindai- bijyutsukan
A comprehensive collection of modern works by primarily Japanese artists. The museum is a few blocks north of Nishi-18-chōme station...
Hall Stairs Espresso Bar
With matte-black paint and chain link fencing, this place feels more like an avant-garde theatre production than a place to sip a cup of...
The frigid seas surrounding Hokkaidō are extremely bountiful and yield some of the tastiest crustaceans on the planet. There is no...
Lonely Planet review
While it may not be at the top of your list, no Japanese tourist can leave Sapporo without snapping a photo of the city's signature landmark, the clock tower. Built in 1878, the clock has never missed tolling the hour for more than 130 years. Impressive – though the clock tower is also known as one of Japan's top three gakkari (disappointing) spots, mainly because the brochure photos often remove the urban metropolis that dwarfs the small building. The clock tower is just two minutes on foot from exit 7 of Ōdōri station.