Hokkaido , Japan / The 4 best things to do in Sapporo.

Hokkaido , Japan / The 4 best things to do in Sapporo.

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Starts at 11:00 am on Sunday, November 15th, Japan time 

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  • Touch on historical symbols since the Hokkaido Pioneering Era like “Akarenga (Red Bricks)" and “The Sapporo Clock Tower (Tokeidai)”.
  • Roam around Oodori Park, which hosts the Sapporo Snow Festival where tourists from all over the world come to participate, while eating steamed corn.
  • Have a taste of fresh KaisenDon (seafood rice bowl) in the tourist-famous market, Nijyou Ichiba.
  • Walk around bustling “Tanuki Koji Shoudengai” (Tanuki Koji Shopping Street), which has a total length of 900m and hosts around 200 shops.



A navigator who has lived in Japan for more than 14 years.

He coordinates everything from adventures to nightlife excursions for foreign tourists.
He will be providing guidance in English.
Despite living in Hokkaido, he isn’t very fond of cold places.



This time we will be live broadcasting the biggest city in Northern Japan, Sapporo. This place is the earliest in Japan to embrace winter, and summer period is extremely short here. And currently this is the exact period when the seasons are changing from autumn to winter.
In a land such as this where the temperature difference is intense throughout the year, one can enjoy the rich nature and scenery that changes greatly from season to season, food such as fresh seafood and vegetables, and the many tourist spots where people can get a feeling for the history of Hokkaido.
This tour is a very good way to know the charms of Sapporo.
Our guide will be Bertrand, a cheerful Frenchman who has been living in Japan for more than 14 years, and he coordinates all sort of activities for overseas tourists, from adventure to nightlife.
Join us on our travel in Sapporo, relax, and enjoy the trip!



The political, cultural and economic center of Hokkaido. It is located in the northernmost part of Japan and is the largest city in Hokkaido as well.
Sapporo, rich in nature, is bustling with overseas tourists every year.

The name Sapporo is said to derive from the name "Toyohira River" (a river flowing in the center of Sapporo) in the Ainu language, which is the language of the Ainu indigenous people.