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  • gla_gla
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    Hokkaido Abutaguntouyakochou Tsukiura 44-517
    This is the glass artist, Mr. Daisuke Takatomi’s Studio, Gallery & Café. It is located in the Toyako, Tsukiura district, the setting for the movie “Shiawase no Pan”, and has a nature filled space overlooking Lake Toyako. There are many varieties of practical glassware and some items that are not practical at all. It is a great place for making holiday memories as visitors can also experience glass blowing and glass sculpturing.
  • Hokkaido craft shop Nanakamado
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    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Minamisanjounishi 4
    This is a handmade bag specialty shop in Tanukikoji Shopping Arcade in the center of Sapporo. The store sells “Itagaki”, the representative leather craft of Hokkaido, and also deals in original deer leather products. Deer leather is light and soft and is characterized by its suppleness which is perfect for bags and wallets. On the first floor is the souvenir shop “Kobushiya”.
  • Motomachi Hiyorikan
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    Hokkaido Hakodateshi Motomachi 10-13
    Hakodate Motomachi Hiyorikan is a western-style house located at the intersection of “Hiyori-zaka” which goes up to Funadama Shrine and “Minatogaoka street” which goes towards the town hall from Motomachi Roman Catholic Church. Built in 1921, it is designated as a “Hakodate City Traditional Building”. The tranquil moss green exterior, as well as the environs which are also a photogenic location, has an atmosphere in which you will instinctively want to take photographs. There are works by Hakodate authors and handmade miscellaneous goods for sale in the shop.
  • Asahiyama Zoo East Gate Official Shop
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    Hokkaido Asahikawashi Higashiasahikawachou Kuranuma
    The Asahiyama Zoo's official shop. The shop carries a wide variety of official merchandise. In addition to animal books and other merchandise, the shop stocks more unique selections, like a commemorative book celebrating the zoo's 50th anniversary and an animal journal which you can complete by pasting your own photos from the zoo in it. There are capsule toy vending machines in the store which sell Capsule Zoo animal figures created by the renowned figurine company Kaiyodo. The shop's exquisite polar bear, spotted seal, and penguin stuffed animals are particularly popular with children.
  • Ameya Rokubei Hompo
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    Hokkaido Otarushi Ironai 2-4-23
    A long-standing Japanese candy shop from Hokkaido. The original Ameya Rokubei opened in Toyama, with the third generation owner taking the establishment to Hokkaido later. Ever since that time Rokubei has continued to make delicious Japanese-style candies in Otaru. The shop is also Rokubei's candy workshop; the street stall out front is covered with colorful candies. Rokubei sells nostalgic, old-fashioned hard candies in flavors like apple, Japanese peppermint, butter, kinako toasted soybean flour, and amazake sweet sake. The shop's candies are sold in small sizes convenient for bringing home and giving to friends as souvenirs, and many customers come here for just this purpose.
  • iWAFO
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    Hokkaido Iwamizawashi Yonjounishi 2 Nakanotana Market
    A tourist information and local specialty products center in Iwamizawa City. In addition to top Iwamizawa souvenirs, you can also find a variety of informational tourism pamphlets here. There are also polite staffs always on hand who are happy to give you tourism information. New products are periodically featured on the facility's blog. Some of the many specialty products sold here include dressings, ginger ale, crunchy konbu seaweed, and pheasant soba made with local ingredients.
  • Raymon House (Motomachi Store)
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    Hokkaido Hakodateshi Motomachi 30-3
    A ham and sausage shop operated by the Hakodate Carl Raymon company. The shop was built in 1925 by master sausage maker Carl Raymon after he moved to Japan from Germany. Selling hams and sausages prepared according to traditional German methods, the shop also offers bacon, salami, roast pork, and other delicious meats. The shop has an eat-in space where you can enjoy fresh-cooked hot dogs and sausages right then and there. The second floor of the shop is a museum where you can learn about sausage-making in Japan.
  • Ana Festa (Chitose Lobby Branch)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi Domestic terminal building 2F
    A gift shop which sells specialty products from various areas, goods for airplane travel, and more. The New Chitose Airport Lobby location across from departure gate B carries popular Hokkaido gifts and specialty products. The shop is crammed with products, from standards like Shiroi Koibito cookies and Jaga Pokkuru potato snacks to wieners, cheeses, and potatoes. The shop also carries an abundant selection of bento box lunches featuring the tastes of Hokkaido, giving customers to enjoy an airplane bento in the middle of their trip.
  • Kamaei New Chitose Airport Shop)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi Chitose airport lobby
    A long-standing kamaboko seasoned fish paste company founded in 1905. At the New Chitose Airport lobby location, you can enjoy fresh-made kamaboko on the spot. One particularly popular choice is the bread roll-kamaboko enwrapped in bread. Due to its short shelf life, you can only enjoy this exquisite treat here. Also popular is the bread roll with potatoes, corn, and cheese inside, only served at the New Chitose Airport location. The shop sells a variety of other highly original products, making it a great place to stop by and pick up a few souvenirs.
  • Sky Shop Ogasawara
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 2F
    A comprehensive gift shop located on the second floor of the New Chitose Airport terminal building. The shop carries a wide range of popular souvenirs from famous Hokkaido companies as well as seasonal specialty products. The New Chitose Airport Sakusaku Pies, sold only here, were created in collaboration with the famous confectionary company Rokkatei. Created by baking cold white chocolate between crispy pie crusts, these popular sweets are said to have a best-by time period of just 10 minutes.
  • Snowmiku Sky Town
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 4F
    Snowmiku is a version of the popular character Hatsune Miku serving as a mascot for Hokkaido in winter. This official Snowmiku shop is located on the fourth floor of the New Chitose Airport terminal building. Here you'll find key chains, badges, and other merchandise featuring Snowmiku sold nowhere else. In the adjoining museum space, you'll find a life-sized statue of Snowmiku and cute illustrations. There's also an adjoining cafe space and 360 degree screen where you can experience the natural wilderness of Hokkaido right in the airport.

    If you like Anime and Snow Miku then this 'Museum' / shop is for you. It is interesting to stroll through and there is Snow Miku history and of course Snow Miku coming attractions. If you have time...

  • Hokkaido Honpo (comprehensive souvenir shop)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi 987 - 22 New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal 2F
    A direct sales shop primarily selling souvenirs located on the second floor of New Chitose Airport's Domestic Terminal. Here you can purchase souvenir standards like Shiroi Koibito and Butter Sand cookies, as well as gooey Omocheese cheesecake cubes and marine products like the top three Hokkaido crab and ikura salted salmon roe varieties. The shop also sells a wide selection of alcoholic beverages such as Kojin junmai daiginjo sake created by Kojinsha company, which operates the shop; and Pirikawakka, a local Hokkaido beer which took the silver medal at the Asian Beer Cup 2015.
  • Hokkaido Konosha
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 2F
    A farm fresh shop primarily selling Hokkaido wines and cheeses located on the second floor of the domestic passenger terminal building in New Chitose Airport. Here you'll find products like OcciGabi Wine, a wine by an up-and-coming Hokkaido winery; Fattoria Bio Hokkaido Cheese created by a real Italian cheese master; and North Farm Stock brand foods made with top quality Hokkaido ingredients. You can also buy tomatoes grown by the Hokkaido Konosha company.
  • Blue Sky
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 2F
    A comprehensive souvenir shop located on the second floor of the New Chitose Airport domestic departures terminal building. Designed around the concept of delicious things available any time from the airport, the shop sells renowned sweets such as Tokachi Toteppo Kobo Steam Engine Sables and Hogaja scallop fritters. The shop is also the only place in the airport where you can eat Ishiya's Shiroi Koibito soft serve ice cream. The combination of Hokkaido milk and Shiroi Koibito white chocolate results in a simple, delicious flavor.
  • Kushiro Minato Ichiba (Chitose Airport Branch)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi 987 - 22 New Chitose Airport Passenger Terminal 2F Shopping Area Zone Inside Fishery Market Area
    A select products shop located on the second floor of New Chitose Airport's Domestic Terminal. The shop primarily carries marine products such as pastas, rice bowls, and other dishes made with sea urchin; Kushiro ikura salted salmon roe pickled in soy sauce and flavored with natural spices; and big oysters. The shop also carries products aimed at international tourists and offers an international shipping service. The shop also displays videos presenting the natural beauty and charms of Kushiro and Hokkaido's Doto region, and hosts tourism PR events.
  • Moimoi no Omise
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    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Minami-ku Kitanosawa 1956
    A souvenir shop located on the second floor of Moiwa Midway Station on the Mt. Moiwa Ropeway. The shop sells Padlocks of Love; according to legend, couples who write their name on a padlock and place it on a rail at the mountaintop observatory will never break up. You'll also find a large selection of original merchandise such as socks and T-shirts featuring Morisu, a local character modeled after the Hokkaido squirrels living on the mountain.
  • Dezuka Suisan (New Chitose Airport Shop)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Passenger Terminal Building 2F
    Dezuka Suisan is a long-standing kamaboko steamed fish paste shop founded in 1930. The New Chitose Airport is located on the second floor of the domestic terminal building. People love the shop's kamaboko made with fresh seafood from the Sea of Okhotsk. Here you can order fresh-cooked kamaboko starting from just a single piece. The bacon and cream cheese kamaboko, only sold at the New Chitose Airport location, comes in a charming package resembling a box of fashionable European cookies and is particularly popular with young women. The shop carries many other Okhotsk Monbetsu seafood treats, such as Hokke no Hiraki.
  • Sapporo Tokyu Department Store (New Chitose Airport Branch)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 2F
    A souvenir shop located on the second floor of the New Chitose Airport domestic departures terminal building. This is the New Chitose Airport location of the Tokyu Department store located in Sapporo's Chuo Ward. Here you can buy famous Hokkaido sweets like Rokkatei's Marusei Butter Sandwiches, Ishiya's Shiroi Koibito cookies, and Royce Baton Cookies; as well as Hokkaido fruits, vegetables, and marine products. The shop's selection of dairy products is the best in the airport; you'll also find an abundant selection of foods like ham and ramen.
  • Jotetsu (New Chitose Airport Shop)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 2F Shopping World
    This souvenir shop with a wide array of items is located on the second floor of New Chitose Airport's Domestic Terminal Building. They have everything from classic souvenirs like Marusei Bata Sando cream filled cookies and Shiroi Koibito cookies to limited Hokkaido versions of nationally famous confectionery brands like Pocky and Hi-Chew. Apart from sweets, they also offer ramen and soup curry from a locally famous shop, processed seafood products, and dairy products including cheese and butter. All of their souvenirs are quintessentially Hokkaido. There are also items from Asahiyama Zoo and goods depicting popular local characters.
  • Snow Shop (Domestic Departures Store)
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    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal Building 2F
    This souvenir shop sells a variety of food products unique to Hokkaido. It's located on the second floor of New Chitose Airport's Domestic Terminal Building. They offer souvenirs synonymous with Hokkaido like Shiroi Koibito cookies, Maruseibata Sando cream filled cookies, and an array of items such as curry, ramen, and products featuring the animal bounty of land and sea. Jaga Pokkuru potato sticks, LeTao's most popular double fromage cheesecake, and Rokkatei's popular nine-piece Rokkasen variety pack are all recommended. They also have regional sweets that are only available in Hokkaido.

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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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