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Best things to do in Sapporo

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“Hokkaido is the birthplace of beer in Japan. Sapporo Beer, one of the oldest and most popular beer brands in the country, has been brewed in Sapporo since 1877. The Sapporo Beer Museum (サッポロビール博物館, Sapporo Beer Hakubutsukan) was opened in 1987 in a former brewery from the Meiji Period. The museum introduces the history of beer in Japan and the process of beer making. After the exhibitions, beer tastings are available at a small fee. Alternatively, paid tours are held in Japanese that include a tasting session at the end. Next to the museum is the Sapporo Beer Garden, which consists of a few restaurants. Among the restaurants are several, atmospheric beer halls, but also the more sophisticated Garden Grill restaurant. Popular in the beer halls are all-you-can-drink beer and all-you-can-eat mutton BBQ, a popular local dish named after the great Mongolian ruler Genghis Khan (Jingisukan in Japanese).”
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Museo de arte
“Located next to the Hokkaido Governor’s Official Residence, the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art’s art collection is the greatest in Hokkaido. Since opening in 1977, the museum has shown many permanent collection exhibitions, which introduce works from its varied collection according to various themes, and special exhibitions of unique domestic and foreign works. The collection is primarily focused on the works of Hokkaido-associated painters and sculptors such as Tamako Kataoka, Eien Iwahashi, Kinjiro Kida, and Nissho Kanda.”
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Museum
“The Historic Village of Hokkaido (開拓の村, Kaitaku no Mura) is an open air museum in the suburbs of Sapporo. It exhibits about 60 typical buildings from all over Hokkaido, dating from the Meiji and Taisho Periods (1868 to 1926), the era when Hokkaido's development was carried out on a large scale. There are four different sections: a town, fishing village, farm village and a mountain village. The Hokkaido Museum (北海道博物館, Hokkaido Hakubutsukan) documents the history and nature of Hokkaido and is located about a ten minute walk from the open air museum. The museum focuses on five main themes, including Ainu culture, history and wildlife.”
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Museum
“The Hokkaido University Museum is just a 10-minute walk from the North Exit of Sapporo Station and admission is free. Among the buildings on the Hokkaido University campus, the museum exudes a formidable presence and sense of history. The museum has a number of must-see exhibits, including a huge skeleton of a Holstein bull and a life-sized mock-up of a woolly mammoth. In addition to specimens, the museum exhibits many intriguing instruments as well, such as a seismograph, which will even respond to light footsteps, an interactive exhibit room where you can touch specimens, and the museum laboratory where you can see research taking place.”
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Museum
“The Historical Museum of Hokkaido (開拓記念館, Kaitaku Kinenkan) documents the history of Hokkaido's development and is located about a ten minute walk from the open air museum. The museum has eight areas that chronologically cover the prefecture's history from its first occupation by humans about 20,000 years ago to the post war years after 1945 and into the future.”
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Museum
“A natural and science museum where children can learn about space and science with experiences.”
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Amusement Park
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“Discover how the famous Shiroi Koibito is made and the history behind the white chocolate cookie. Free samples!”
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Museum
“Sapporo Art Park features a Museum, a myriad of facilities where visitors can engage in hands-on experiences with arts and crafts, reservable studios for producing craft goods, and rentable facilities for practice, presentation, and training on its vast premises encompassing roughly 40 hectares. Please join us in the midst of the great outdoors and delight in the arts to your heart’s content. ”
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Museum
“北海道庁旧本庁舎:「赤れんが庁舎」の愛称で知られています。1888年に建てられ、約80年に渡って道庁の本庁舎として使われていました。アメリカ風ネオ・バロック様式の建築で、現在館内では北海道の歴史を紹介する資料を展示しています。”
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Museum
“Migishi Kotaro Museum of Art is located in the city of Sapporo, Hokkaido. The gallery collection consists mainly of artworks by Migishi Kotaro, a self-taught painter born in Sapporo in 1903. He is regarded as a pioneer of avant-garde art. He died at the young age of 31, but during the short period of 12 years in which he was painting, his style went through many changes, and later in life he produced a number of surrealist works. The collection was donated by Migishi’s family after his death, and the gallery opened on 1 July 1983, exactly fifty years after he passed away. White walls, a glassy lobby, and a light gray interior create a space befitting an artist with a love for the modern.”
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Museum
“Seikatei was built by the Hokkaido Development Commission in 1889 as a reception hall for the distinguished guests. The Emperor Meiji visited here during his trip to Sapporo in 1881. The building features both Japanese and Western style. It is located in Kairakuen park, the oldest park in Sapporo. Unlike the other historical buildings in Sapporo, such as the Sapporo Clock Tower and Hoheikan, Seikatei still stands its original place.”
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Museum
“The Sapporo City Museum of Art is a building built as a Sapporo Appellate College in 1926. As a building using Sapporo soft stone it is valuable nationwide and was selected as a registered tangible cultural asset of the country in May 1997 (1997). In front of the building the rose garden which begins to bloom from June is spreading and has become a sedimentary garden centering on the rose where the canal (water passage) was arranged in the center. The building and the rose garden are viewpoints!”
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Museum
“In this area, it gathers about arts. Very large nature, you enjoy many arts using 5 sense. If you are tired sightseeing, come here and relax, refresh!”
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Museum
“Athletes from all over the world gathered for the Sapporo Winter Olympics, which featured many moments of emotion and drama that are still spoken of today. The Sapporo Winter Sports Museum preserves the legacy of the Olympics, which will never be forgotten by sports fans and the citizens of Sapporo, and also introduces the history of winter sports in Sapporo for its further promotion and development.”
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Museum
“It is a cultural tourist spot where you can learn the history of Hokkaido Railway Technology from the Meiji Era.”
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