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  • the Japanese city of Sapporo lies on the banks of the issue.

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  • This cool corner of Japan abounds with gift that change with the seasons.

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  • Once home to the indigenous, I knew people.

  • The bountiful island of Hokkaido has long leered settlers across the Subaru, straight from the main island of Han Shu.

  • Today, the prefectures capital city is renowned for its thriving culinary scene, gorgeous green spaces and magical yearly Snow festival.

  • A tasty way to get acquainted with the spirit of Sapporo is at the Sapporo crab market, affectionately known as Hokkaido's Kitchen.

  • This market is a cornucopia of crustaceans as well as all manner of other seafood from the bountiful sea off a hotel off course.

  • Sapporo's unbelievably fresh seafood must always be paired with its legendary liquid gold at Sapporo Beer Museum.

  • Follow the journey of teenage renegade Saeb Nakagawa, who voyaged to Germany to study traditional brewing and returned to found one of Japan's oldest and most beloved breweries in 18 76.

  • Top off your culinary introduction to Sapporo with an indulgent visit to she Royko, Beato Park at this whimsical chocolate wonderland devour mountains of treats, learn how they made and even try your hand at creating your own MM.

  • For a breath of fresh air after all that foodie goodness, climb aboard the mountain Moya roadway on Let the cable car lift you ever upwards towards the mountain Top A.

  • To the summit feast on panoramic views of the sprawling metropolis stretching out all the way to issue car eBay.

  • And when dusk falls, be awed as the city is illuminated in a sea of twinkling lights.

  • Make your way back to the heart of the city, where the lively entertainment district off Zucchino awaits toe.

  • Welcome you with a neon carnival of restaurants.

  • Karaoke bars on pachinko parlors.

  • Noodle lovers will hit for Jack.

  • Brought here to sue, Zucchino is home to guns all Roman Yoko, a narrow lane packed with specialty restaurants serving Sapporo's iconic miso ramen.

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  • Green spaces are the elemental com that punctuate Sapporo's bustling streets.

  • On the result is a city off perfectly curated balance while away the morning in Nakajima Park, among sweet smelling Japanese red spruce and L'm rent a paddleboat adventure across Schauble Pump, take a nap in a shady grotto or visit the historic Mohican Building where forward thinking Emperor Meiji rested during his visit to the city in 18 80 A.

  • To nearby Fushimi Inari Shrine.

  • Follow the tunnel off Torii Gates, symbolizing the passage from the earthly realm into the sacred.

  • When you reach the temple, Leven Emma a prayer or wish that the shines kami spirits are set to receive Theune.

  • Make the climb toe Sasayama Memorial Park for lush walking trails and even more sweeping views of the city or on the opposite side of the city.

  • Stretch out in Moya Anouma Park, over 400 acres of grassy fields and open air creations.

  • After relaxing in the city's many generous green spaces, turn back the pages at the historical village off Hokkaido.

  • Step into the region's frontier period when migrants from Hong Xu put down roots on the harshest of Japan's islands.

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  • Theune Journey through More of the Prefectures chapters at the Hokkaido Museum, which proudly showcases three islands history, nature and culture.

  • Once you've explored Sapporo's past head for the city's modern, energetic heart ordinary part, this mile long urban park slices through Sapporo skyscrapers cutting the city into north and south spend a sunny afternoon soaking up the fresh air and buzzing atmosphere off.

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  • Take the elevator to the top off the Sapporo TV tower at a Dorries eastern edge, gaze out from the observation deck at the sprawling urban jungle on her treasured park on watch As the sun sets over the city of gifts, Sapporo's gift's continue as the seasons change throughout the year.

  • From November to February, the sky opens up and casts a spell binding blanket of snow across the city.

  • With falling snow comes Hokkaido's most anticipated annual event, an event which draws over two million visitors and transforms the entire city into a really life winter wonderland, right?

  • The Sapporo Snow Festival join thousands of rosy cheeked snow lovers in Adoree Park, the festival's main site and birthplace.

  • Every February.

  • Since 1950 the park has become an inviting maze of snow statues, sizzling street food and entertainment spaces.

  • The festivities have since extended beyond Adoree Park, and today the neighborhood of Suzuki no is also transformed.

  • Stop by ice world where sculptures, slides and tunnels all made entirely of ice, await.

  • And when your hands become numb with cold, don't worry.

  • You'll find plenty of vendors offering steaming pork buns and hot sake to help you thought.

  • Besides its famous beer, Sapporo sake scene is also world class.

  • Andi, in the wintertime at second or hot sake is the city's favorite drink.

  • Head to the SAARC, a museum to discover the intriguing history of Japan's national beverage and warm up a little more.

  • The falling snow in parts magic upon not just the festival but the entire city.

  • Tour some of Saborio's historic treasures whose charms truly sparkle in the winter E weather.

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  • To the former Hokkaido government office taken the striking contrast off the buildings.

  • Red bricks against the snow powdered pines, then make your way to the city's clock tower.

  • Who's cheerful Times have kept Sapporo running on time since 18 81.

  • For more Snow festival thrills catch a bus stood Saddam in a paradise for the young and young at heart.

  • The futuristic dome buzzes with snowball battles, toe buggin races and snowman building competitions make tracks to the Olympic Museum, which celebrates the glorious 1970 to Sapporo Winter Games, then watch as death defying skiers fly down the 440 ft ski jump.

  • If you're itching to get out on the slopes yourself, Mount Moya is the place to go with runs fit for rookies through to experienced powder hounds.

  • Best of all, other views of the sprawling city stretching out like a dream into the snowy abyss.

  • More few places are open hearted.

  • As the city of Sapporo, it's summers overflow, with lush green spaces, cultural celebrations and culinary innovations.

  • And in winter, despite the bitter cold, this city lights up with a communal warmth that shines across all of Hokkaido.

  • Welcome to Sapporo, a city that keeps on giving 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in sunshine on in snow.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/24
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