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Downtown Sapporo is a bustling district with glitzy malls and traditional shopping streets, pretty parks, observation decks and varied museums.
Visit stores and pachinko parlors, try the original miso ramen and experience local nightlife in this exciting entertainment area in northern Japan.
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Chuo-ku is a destination travelers like for its skiing, and you might hop aboard the metro at Maruyama-koen Station or Nishi-Nijuhatchome Station to explore sights like Maruyama Zoo.
Jozankei is noteworthy for its hot springs, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Jozankei Hot Spring and Kokusai Ski Resort.
Shopping, hot springs, and coffeehouses highlight some notable features of Odori. Make a stop by Odori Park or Tanukikoji Shopping Street while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Nishi-Hatchome Stop or Nishi-Yon-Chome Stop to get around town.
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The smell of salty sea air and beautiful ocean views are just the start of things to look forward to during your Sapporo vacation. If you want to save on your trip to Sapporo, we'll let you in on a secret — go with one of our Sapporo packages. Lock in one near Zenibako Beach, only 11 miles (17 km) from the center of town and a popular place to base yourself. Alternatively, pick a package that puts you close to Otamoi Beach, another tempting strip of coast. Whichever you choose, you'll be left with extra money in your budget to play with.