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  • Mitsui Outlet Park Sapporo Kitahiroshima
    Hokkaido Kitahiroshimashi Omagarisaiwaichou 3-7-6
    This is a large indoor outlet mall in Kitahiroshima City, Hokkaido. The facility has over 180 shops, selling not only fashion and household goods, but also local Hokkaido specialty souvenirs. There's also an enormous food court. The Elfin Court also hosts flea markets and other events, making it quite popular for family trips.
  • Sapporo Factory
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitanijouhigashi 4
    The Sapporo Factory has about 160 shops and facilities, which include a shopping center and all-weather entertainment. It was built on the site of the Kaitakushi Beer Brewery, which was the predecessor of Sapporo Beer, and used the red bricks from the building creating a historical feel. With limited edition items and one-of-a-kind stores, it is recommended for souvenir buying. There are also lots of ways to have fun, including a lush indoor garden, a cinema complex, and a beer hall.
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitagojounishi 2
    JR TOWER is a commercial complex that is directly connected to JR Sapporo Station. It consists of four shopping centers: “Apia,” “Esta,” “Paseo,” and “Sapporo Stella Place” in addition to Daimaru Sapporo, a cinema complex, an observation deck, Planis Hall, OFFICE PLAZA SAPPORO, and Hotel Nikko Sapporo. The city of Sapporo can be viewed from T38, the observation deck on the top 38th floor. The ramen theme park Sapporo Ramen Kyowakoku in “Esta” is also popular with tourists.
  • Hakodate Meijikan (Old Central Post Office)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Hakodateshi Toyokawachou 11-17
    This building was built in 1911 to serve as the Hakodate Post Office. This archetypal red brick structure that has survived through war and fire now plays a role in telling the story of Hakodate’s history. The inside of the building has become a shopping mall, and in addition to shops carrying Hokkaido’s folk art and glassware there is also a workshop in which visitors can try sandblasting and crafting music boxes, making this a great place to search for souvenirs. It is about a 15-minute walk or a five-minute drive by car from Hakodate Station.
  • Wing Bay Otaru
    75 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Otaru-shi Chikko 11
    This commercial complex facility is located six minutes by outbound rapid train (JR Hakodate Main Line) from JR Otaru Station at JR Otaru-Chikko Station (directly connected to Wing Bay Otaru). It was built as a place of expression in Otaru, a city that combines nature and culture. It has popular brand shops, a fitness gym, movie theater and a variety of restaurants. In addition, events are held on weekends inviting various performers.

    Went there for clothes shopping early January 2019. Claimed tax free so that receipt was stapled in my passport. And I hadn’t take a photo of the receipt before leaving receipts at custom of Chitose...

  • Miyama-toge Art Park Trick Art Museum
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sorachi-gun Kamifurano Machinishi 8-sen Kita 33-go
    This complex, centered around the activity-style Trick Art Museum, hosts facilities like local product halls and a Ferris wheel. The Ferris wheel is the spot's landmark, and offers a breathtaking view of Hokkaido's iconic scenery: the sweeping flower gardens of Furano. On arrival, you'll be greeted by a European style building equipped with lots of windows, and a trick-art statue. You can take all the pictures you want of the trick art and its illusion of three dimensions. There is an art activity area where you can try etching glass or making pressed-flower coasters, and an ice cream shop offering gelato made from fresh Hokkaido-grown ingredients.
  • Waterfalls Mintara
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Kamikawa-gun Kamikawacho Sounkyo
    This rest house also serves as a parking area for Ginga Falls and Ryusei Falls, the waterfalls that are located along the cliffs of Ishikari River. It sells light snacks, drinks and souvenirs. Sounkyo yokan, sweet bean paste jelly bar, or the bottled horseradish which is a classic condiment of roast beef, is perfect as a souvenir Visitors can see both the Ginga Falls and the Ryusei Falls directly from the spacious parking area. The waterfalls, also known as the Male and Female Falls have been selected as two of the top 100 waterfalls in Japan.
  • BAY Hakodate
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Hakodate-shi Toyokawacho 11-5
    A two-minute walk from the Jujigai tram station. This shopping mall is located right next to the Kanemori Yobutsukan BAY Hakodate bus stop. Occupying a portion of the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse complex built along the canal in 1882, the mall hosts 17 tenants, including restaurants, accessories shops, and activity facilities. In addition, the happiness-bringing Fortunate Bell, inspired by the complexes original trade name, stands in the mall's event ground. Solo and group exhibitions are held in the BAY Gallery and visitors can also find a bicycle rental service here, perfect for exploring area sightseeing destinations.
  • KanemoriYobutsu-kan
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Hakodate-shi Suehirocho 13-9
    A two-minute walk from the Jujigai tram station and a five-minute drive from Hakodate Station. This shopping mall is located right next to the Kanemori Yobutsukan BAY Hakodate bus stop. Occupying a portion of the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse complex built along the canal in 1882, the mall's 23 tenants include interior decoration, fashionable apparel, and accessories shops. Kanemori Brick LABO is a space where everyone from children to adults can have fun playing with interlocking block toys for free. The Yobutsukan Gallery can be used for free to host exhibitions.
  • Sapporo ESTA
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitagojounishi 2
    Sapporo Esta is a shopping center directly connected to JR Sapporo Station. With shops such as Bic Camera, Loft, Uniqlo, GU, and Nitori Express; food at Sapporo Ramen Republic; and amusement at Namco game center, Sappporo Esta caters for all life’s needs from clothes and food to home ware making it fun for all the family. With a large food area in the basement too, it’s also a great place to pick up some souvenirs from Hokkaido.
  • APIA
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitagojounishi 3/4
    APIA is built on the point where the subway and JR rail lines intersect. It’s located at the basement south exit of Sapporo Station, the gateway to Hokkaido used by more than 350,000 people every day. This large shopping center has over 100 stores, from sophisticated fashion shops to home ware shops and specialty food shops, and plenty of stores to choose from among the three main thoroughfares within the Center Zone. The West Zone is home to plenty of restaurants and places to eat. There are also convenience stores, drug stores, and ATMs, making this shopping center a convenient and great place to come and shop.
    232 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitagojounishi 2
    Sapporo Stellar Place is a shopping center where you can enjoy shopping for the latest trends at shops that range from fashion to food. Geared around ladies fashion and specialty stores in the Center Zone, many of the shops in Hokkaido can only be found here in this shopping center along with cosmetic stores and variety stores. The East Zone features a whole host of specialty stores that meet a wide range of needs including men’s fashion, culture and lifestyle stores. From evening meals to casual lunches, get your fill of sake and food from around Hokkaido at the gourmet shops such as bars and specialty butadon (rice bowl topped with pork) restaurants in the popular Dining Zone where you’ll find something to suit every dining occasion.

    This place is better for locals than tourists. For tourists, I’d recommend Aeon b/c of the variety. Stellar places does have good places to eat, however I wouldn’t say it’s the best place for gifts...

  • Kushiro Fisherman’s Wharf MOO
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Kushiroshi Nishikichou 2-4
    Kushiro Fisherman’s Wharf MOO is located about five minutes by car and about 20 minutes on foot from JR Kushiro Station. It has 16 boutique shops on the first floor, selling things like, fresh fish, dried salted fish, confectionery, and processed goods, etc. and nine places to eat. On the second floor you can find a sightseeing area and a food court, Kushiro Minato-no-Yatai (Kushiro harbor tavern). In the food court you can enjoy many culinary delights from the land and sea at any of the food stalls. Watching the sun go down over the Kushiro River and the Kushiro Port is a magical sight. It’s something you’ll never forget.
  • Akarenga Terrace
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitanijounishi 4-1
    A total of 27 shops, mainly eating and drinking establishments, are housed within the red brick terrace at the side of the former main government building of the Hokkaido Prefectural Government Office (Red Brick Government building), a well-known tourist attraction. There are facilities such as a viewing gallery and an atrium terrace where you can get in touch with nature. Akarenga Terrace is situated five minutes on foot from JR Sapporo Station, two minutes on foot from the Sapporo Subway Station on the Namboku Line, and five minutes on foot from Odori Subway Station on the Namboku and Tozai Lines.
  • Otaru Canal Terminal
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Otarushi Ironai 1-1-12
    This bus terminal and commercial complex in Otaru City, Hokkaido is a 10-minute walk from JR Otaru Station. Built as the Otaru Branch of Mitsubishi Bank in 1922, the building features Greco-Roman architecture and has been designated a historical building by city. It hosts Amato Main Store, an old-fashioned sweet shop that sells varieties only available there, the Kuwataya Japanese sweet shop where you can purchase panju cakes (an Otaru specialty), and a wine center where visitors can taste Hokkaido varieties. It's open daily year-round.
  • Tanuki Koji Shopping Street
    Minamijijo, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, 1-3-chome Minami-Sanjo-ya
    This shopping arcade is in Sapporo's Chuo Ward. This is Hokkaido's oldest shopping street, with over 100 years of history. The 900 meter long street is divided into seven blocks, with about 200 shops. Since this is a covered arcade, you can shop at ease no matter the weather, making it a very popular destination.
  • Hotalu Street
    25 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yufutsu-gun Shokan-mura Naka Tomamu Hoshino Resort Tomamu area
    Japan's first ski in ski out village, the Hotalu Street, opened in December, 2017 is part of Hoshino Resort Tomamu, in Shimukappu Village, YufutsuCounty, Hokkaido. The village is lined with matching wood structured stores where one can enjoy a quick meal or a little shopping. In the winter, one can enter the street on a snowboard or skis, have a bite to eat and get right back to skiing. Easily accessible from the two tower accommodations, the Tower and the Risonare, the village can be enjoyed by both those skiing, snowboarding, or not. During summer months, the street is lined with outdoor liquor and sweets vendors, allowing one to experience the expansive Hokkaido nature. The village is available to both overnight guests and day visitors.

    It is only minutes of walk away from Risonare Hotel and one can actually ski/snowboard all the way down from the tracks nearby for a proper meal or quick bite. Tried several restaurants there and...

  • AEON MALL Sapporo Hiraoka
    Hokkaido Sapporo Kiyota Hiraoka Sanjo 5-3-1
  • Ario Sapporo Ario Mall
    61 Reviews
    Hokkaido Sapporo Higashi Kita 7 Johigashi 9-2-20

    The shopping and food variety is good, but if you are hoping to get a taxi to go back to your hotel after sundown, be prepared to wait for at least 30 minutes because there are not that many taxis...

  • AEON MALL Sapporo Naebo
    Hokkaido Sapporo-shi Higashi-ku Higashinaebo Nijo 3-1-1

Hokkaido Areas


Not just a prefecture but an island of its own, Hokkaido is the most northerly prefecture and island of the Japanese archipelago. Arriving in Hokkaido, which is rural and bursting with breathtaking nature, means entering a world where vast national parks, towering mountains, and natural hot springs can be found at every turn. Come December, these natural splendors freeze over and morph into a winter wonderland.

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