Sapporo is the largest city in Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan. Known for its mountainous snowy climate, winter sports, local cuisine, and festivals, this modern city attracts millions of travelers every year. Below, we explore some of the best sights and attractions Sapporo has to offer.
The skiers in your group will want to head to the Mount Moiwa Ski Resort on the eastern slope of this little mountain. Those in search of a more relaxing afternoon can get on the Mount Moiwa Ropeway, which will take you about 3/4ths of the way up the mountain. From there, visitors take a mini cable car to the peak, which features an observation deck and a restaurant with a gorgeous night view of Sapporo city.
Satisfy your inner art connoisseur with a visit to the Miyanomori Art Museum, located not far from Sapporo’s Maruyama Park. Opened in 2011, the museum primarily focuses on contemporary art and features works from both Japanese and international artists. In addition to the standard galleries, the museum holds special exhibitions and events throughout the year.