Here's useful information on how to enjoy the 100-year-old Sapporo fish market, which is a major point of interest in the city. We recommend doing a walking and eating tour like the Japanese do. This is called "tabearuki". Also, we've selected three of the best places to have some seafood bowls!
Looking for a gay bar in Sapporo? The place you should go is the SA Building in the downtown area! Here we introduce 4 bars located in that building and 1 more that caters to lesbians that is in another area.
Chinese cuisine, often referred to as "chuka ryori", is popular throughout Japan, and Hokkaido is no exception. This article will present the very best Chinese restaurant in the beautiful city of Sapporo. The city has a rich food culture, and chuka is part of it so don't overlook these amazing places while you're in Sapporo.
Sapporo Wholesale Market ("Sapporo Jogai Ichiba" in Japanese) is one of the major points of interest in the city. It's one of the best spots to try fresh seafood Hokkaido is famous for (the place is also called Sapporo Crab Market). Here's a guide to the market that includes the best places to eat Hokkaido's specialties!
Whether you want to have a relaxing lunch break with the sound of jazz or want to enjoy some excellent night-time live jazz jams, Sapporo has some little gems worth going to. Here is our selection of three jazz bars and cafes really worth going to in Sapporo.
Sapporo in Japan is synonymous with amazing seafood. Crab, uni (sea urchin), ikura (salmon roe), shrimps, and all kinds of fresh sashimi are things you should absolutely try there! Here is our selection of some of the best places to have great seafood in Sapporo.
When it comes to bars, Sapporo has much to offer. If you are looking for a warm, old-fashion classy bar with lots of character and great cocktails and drinks, there are some little gems you should know about! Here is our selection of the 5 best classic bars in Sapporo!
Okonomiyaki is often referred to as a Japanese savoury pancake. It's a dish packed with all kinds of ingredients and fried in a large pancake shape right in front of you. It's a must-try if you are in Japan! Although the dish is most famous in the Kansai region, there are some good restaurants in the north as well. Here's our selection for Sapporo.