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Explore interesting sights in Sapporo, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 33 sights are available in Sapporo, Japan.Sightseeing Tours in Sapporo
1. Sapporo Clock TowerBook Ticket*
2. Sapporo TV TowerBook Ticket*
The Sapporo TV Tower , built in 1957, is a 147.2-metre-high (483 ft) TV tower with an observation deck at a height of 90.38 metres. Located on the ground of Odori Park, in the northern city of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, the tower is open to tourists. Tourists can view Sapporo and Odori Park.
3. Nakajima ParkBook Ticket*
4. Odori Park
Odori Park is a park located in the heart of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Ōdōri (大通) means "large street" in Japanese. It stretches east to west through Nishi 1 chōme, Ōdōri to Nishi 12 chōme, Ōdōri, and divides the city into north and south sections. Odori Park spans about 1.5 km and covers 78,901 m². During the urban planning of Sapporo, it was originally designated as the main street but it eventually became a park. Throughout the year, many events and ceremonies such as the Sapporo Lilac Festival and the Sapporo Snow Festival are held in the park, and local landmarks including the Sapporo TV Tower and the Sapporo City Archive Museum are located within its boundaries.
Kyonji Temple is a temple of the Shinshu Otani school located at 21 Kamihishinji, Kita -ku, Sapporo -shi, Hokkaido. Motoyama is Higashi Honganji in Kyoto (Shinshu Honju = commonly known as Oto). A historic temple at the Shinshu Otani school in Sapporo city. When the current Nyogami pioneered Hokkaido, it was established here, and was founded in this area by the application of one temple. At the time of the Shinshu Otani school, Naeho -mura was built in the eastern nao -mura, Jungi -ji Temple in Kotoni Village in the west, Keibayashi -ji Temple in Toyohira Village in the south, and Shinto -ji Temple in Shinji Village in the north.
6. Sapporo Art Museum
Sapporo Art Museum is a Japanese museum located in the southern part of Sapporo City, Hokkaido, a composite cultural facility located in the southern part of Sapporo City, Hokkaido. The works of artists related to Hokkaido, Sapporo, and modern art in Japan and abroad are the core of collections, and are engaged in research and research of art in the art of various colorful contents. In addition, it has a full-scale art museum which permanently exhibits 74 sculptures and a workshop which uses a rich natural environment in the garden and a connection with the educational and research institute around the neighboring area.
7. Hokkaido University Botanical Garden
The Miyabe Kingo Memorial Museum is a museum that exhibits the relics of Kingo Miyabe, the first director of the Hokkaido University Botanical Garden in Chuo-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido. In addition to materials related to the establishment of the Hokkaido University Botanical Garden, the museum exhibits notebooks used by Kingo Miyabe when he was a student, plant collection records, and his favorite microscope. In September 1992 (Heisei 4), it was opened to the public as a memorial hall, and in April 2000 (Heisei 12), the building was registered as a national registered tangible cultural property.
8. Sapporo Art Park
Sapporo Art Park is an open-air complex of sites in Minami-ku, Sapporo, dedicated to visual and performing art exhibits and facilities. Constructed in 1986, the park was established "to cultivate unique new culture in Sapporo and create an environment in which the city, the arts, and culture exist in harmony with Sapporo’s natural beauty." The park is situated in the forests on the outskirts of Sapporo, close to Sapporo City University. In addition to art and sculpture displays, the park also rents out workshops, studios, and other spaces for creative arts.
The Sapporo Village Local Memorial Hall is a museum located in Higashi -ku, Sapporo, Sapporo, Hokkaido. It was opened to handle local history, focusing on Kametaro Otomo, a pioneer in Sapporo, and onions, which were grown at the time. In addition to monuments and statues, many historical materials are displayed in the hall. It also has many tangible cultural properties designated by Sapporo City, and the site of Kametaro Otomo, a land of the whole commemorative hall, is one of the designated historic sites.
The Edwin Dunn Memorial Hall is a facility that commemorates and introduces Edwin Dunn, a foreigner employed in the Meiji era, and is located in the Edwin Dunn Memorial Park in Makomanai Izumi-cho, Minami-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido. It shows Dan's achievements and the history of the settlement of Sapporo. The building of the memorial hall is a relocation of the Makomanai Breeding Farm Office built in 1887 (Meiji 20), and is made of wood, whitewashed, and has a green roof.
The Tsinghua Pavilion or more commonly known as Seikatei is a residence that is composed of a blend of Japanese and Western architecture built in the Meiji-era located in North 7th street, West 7th street, North District, Sapporo, Hokkaido. It was built in 1880 by the Hokkaidō Development Commission, and turned into the resting place for the Meiji emperor in 1881. Now it is designated as a Tangible Cultural Property of Sapporo City.
12. Sapporo Beer Museum
The Sapporo Beer Museum is a museum located in the Sapporo Garden Park in Higashi-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan. Registered as one of the Hokkaidō Heritage sites in 2004, the museum is the only beer museum in Japan. The red-brick building was erected originally as a factory of the Sapporo Sugar Company in 1890, and later opened as a museum in July 1987. The building also houses the Sapporo Beer Garden in the south wing.
The Hōheikan is a historical building and a wedding venue, located in Nakajima Park, Chūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan. The building has previously been a hotel, guest house, event venue, and military camp. Currently, the Hōheikan is registered as one of the National Important Cultural Properties, and is used as a wedding venue, restaurant and meeting facility. The building is run by the Sapporo city.
14. Historical Village of Hokkaido
Historical Village of Hokkaido is an open-air museum in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan. It opened in the Nopporo Shinrin Kōen Prefectural Natural Park in 1983. It includes fifty-two historical structures from the "frontier days" of the Meiji period to the Shōwa period that have been relocated and reconstructed or recreated, divided into four zones: town, fishing village, farming village, and mountain village.
15. Sapporo Buried Cultural Property Center
Sapporo Buried Cultural Property Center opened in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan in 1991. Its aim is to research, collect, provide expertise on the preservation of, and display the city's buried cultural properties. The collection includes Jōmon artefacts as well as those of the Satsumon culture excavated from the Sapporo City K-446 Site that have been designated a Prefectural Tangible Cultural Property.
16. Hokkaidoritu Bungakukan
Hokkaido Museum of Literature is a literary museum located in Nakajima Park, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido. It is managed and operated by the Hokkaido Museum of Literature as the designated administrator. In this article, we will also touch on the predecessor of the main building, the former "Hokkaido Literature Museum" (Sapporo City Museum) and the "Hokkaido Literature Museum".
17. Botanical Garden of Hokkaido University
The Hokkaido University Botanical Garden is a university botanical garden and university museum operated by Hokkaido University. It opened in 1886 when he was a student at Sapporo Agricultural College. It was established for the purpose of botany education and research, and while working on the conservation of endangered plants, it is also open to the general public.
18. NHK Sapporo
The NHK Sapporo Broadcasting Station is a unit of the NHK that oversees terrestrial broadcasting in the area around Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido Prefecture. It is one of eight core regional stations operated by the NHK and the seat of one of the seven regional stations in its jurisdiction. It is located in Chuo Ward, Sapporo City, Hokkaido.
19. Catholic Kita ichi jo church
The Guardian Angels Cathedral also called Kitaiciho Church is the Roman Catholic cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sapporo in the city of Sapporo, Japan. The church follows the Roman or Latin rite and serves as the seat of the Diocese, which was raised to its current status by Pope Pius XII with the Bull "Iis Christi" in 1952.
20. Hokkaido Jingu Shrine
The Hokkaidō Shrine , named the Sapporo Shrine until 1964, is a Shinto shrine located in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Sited in Maruyama Park, Chūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, the Hokkaido Shrine enshrines four kami including the soul of the Emperor Meiji. A number of early explorers of Hokkaidō such as Mamiya Rinzō are also enshrined.
21. Hokkaido University General Museum
The Hokkaido University Museum opened in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan in 1999. The collection comprises some four million materials, including thirteen thousand type specimens, amassed by Hokkaido University in the hundred and fifty years since the foundation in of its predecessor, the Sapporo Agricultural College, in 1876.
22. Nishino Shrine
Nishino Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Sapporo, Hokkaido. It was established in 1885, and enshrines the kami Toyotama-hime (豊玉姫命), Ugayafukiaezu no mikoto (鵜草葺不合命), and Emperor Ōjin as Hondawake no mikoto (譽田別命). The shrine is constructed in the Shinmei-zukuri architectural style.
23. Higashi 1 chome Theatre
The Hokkaido Shiki Seasons Theater is a theater that was once operated by the Shiki, Odori Higashi, Chuo -ku, Sapporo. The number of seats is 994 seats (varies depending on the performance). This item also describes the later "Higashi 1 -chome Theater Facility" (Higashi Ichime Kijikyo Shousetsu).
Atsubetsu Shrine (Atsubetsu Shrine, Atsubetsu Shrine) is a shrine located at 2-1-3-1 Hiraoka, Kiyota-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido. The former company status is the former unqualified company. It is not a shrine in Atsubetsu Ward in the same city, and the name is not "Atsubetsu".
25. Sapporo City Observatory
The 100 best roads in Japan are 104 excellent Japanese roads, which were established by the Ministry of Construction and the Committee for the execution of 'Michi no Hi' in the 1986 academic year and 1987 in commemoration of the establishment of the road day.
27. Kanamoto Hall
28. Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art
31. Ainu Culture Promotion Center
32. Hokkaido Jingu Tongu
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