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Share Cycle Porocleシェアサイクル「ポロクル」


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Rental Bicycle

This rental bicycle shop is where you can rent bicycles just when you need to use them. Unlike ordinary rental bicycles, you can freely borrow and return bicycles from over 40 ports placed throughout Sapporo. Simply use the bicycles with a pre-registered IC card at one of the unmanned ports. You can return the bicycles to a port different from where you borrowed it from. For the single-use and monthly plans, you can rent borrow bicycles as many times as needed within 24 hours when going out or commuting, and the one-day pass is highly recommended for seeing attractions and slow, enjoyable travel.

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place Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Minamichijounishi 4 Hinode Car Building 9F Dorinoki
phone 0112424696

Review of Porocle

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Reviewed:2017/05/28 Bike Sapporo :-)
Rent-a-bike in Sapporo and see the details of the city at bike speed. Over 40 ports around downtown, fairly easy registration system and access to comfy bikes for sightseeing. There is a Lock and...
Reviewed:2018/10/16 1時間なら100円で
Reviewed:2017/09/14 貸出返却場所が増えましたね



Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Minamichijounishi 4 Hinode Car Building 9F Dorinoki [map]



[SaturdaySundayPublic holiday]10:00-17:00
Closed in the winter season.
[One day pass (Open 24 hours or less)] 1200yen
[15 o'clock pass (15:00-21:00 available)] 700 yen
Parking Lot
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Credit Card
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    There is no Bus Stop nearby.
    There is no IC nearby.

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Hokkaido Main 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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