Surrounded by trees and flowers, this park is the key place of relaxation in Sapporo.
Also the top event space in Hokkaido, events are held all year round.
The Sapporo Snow Festival in particular has evolved into an international event.
【Access】An approximately three minute walk from the hotel
Well loved by the locals of Sapporo, this mountain is covered by the Moiwa Virgin Forest, a designated natural monument of Japan.
The panoramic night view from the observation deck on top of the mountain is especially beautiful.
Recently selected as one of the top three night views in Japan, alongside Nagasaki and Kobe; its popularity is increasing.
【Access】Approximately 25 minutes by train, by bus, and on foot from the hotel
The only beer museum in Japan, free admission for unguided tours.
Premium tours also available for a fee that allow visitors to drink beer that replicates the taste of Sapporo beer produced in 1881.
A restaurant that serves Jingisukan cuisine and other dishes is also available.
【Access】Approximately 20 minutes by bus and on foot from the hotel
A confectionery theme park where guests can see the manufacturing process of Shiroi Koibito cookies, a famous Hokkaido confectionery brand.
Also has a workshop where guests can make their own heart-shaped Shiroi Koibito cookies.
The park also features a Kids' Land and a miniature steam locomotive to keep children entertained.
【Access】Approximately 27 minutes by subway and on foot from the hotel
A famous sightseeing spot in Sapporo and a symbol of the city, this clock tower is the oldest in Japan and has been designated an important cultural asset.
Originally built as a drill hall for the Sapporo Agricultural College (currently Hokkaido University), which opened August 1876 as the first agricultural school in Japan, welcoming Dr. William S. Clark as its first Vice Principal.
【Access】An approximately two minute walk from the hotel
Statue modeled after Dr. William S. Clark, the first Vice Principal of Sapporo Agricultural College (currently Hokkaido University), by sculptor Tando Saka.
A bust of Dr. Clark on the campus grounds of Hokkaido University, which was founded during the Taisho era, is well-known. The sculpture atop the hill is a full-sized statue however.
Created in 1976 to mark the 100th anniversary of Dr. Clark's arrival in Hokkaido and the United States Bicentennial.
【Access】Approximately 29 minutes by car from the hotel