Updated: November 07, 2018
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5 Excellent Vegan And Vegetarian Restaurants In Sapporo!


There is some very nice vegetarian cuisine in Sapporo that combines both elements of Japanese and Western cuisine. You will really love discovering these affordable, charming cafes that serve healthy vegetarian and vegan dishes and set meals that are made of plenty of Hokkaido produce, often organic!

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Aji To Cafe Hibino あじとカフェ日びの

Aji To Cafe is one of the most popular vegetarian restaurants in Sapporo. It has a spacious, relaxed atmosphere and reasonably priced dishes of Japanese and Western cuisine. A popular item is the "Veggie Baagu" set ("baagu" usually refers to a Japanese-style meat patty). You get a bowl of brown rice (with no extra charge for a large size), miso soup, a salad, the veggie patty, and seaweed. It even comes with a drink. You might want to try the homemade ginger ale with has a nice amount of fresh ginger in it. All that for just ¥1,120. On top of that, it's an organic cafe.

Vegetable Cafe Lyra ベジタブル カフェ ライラ

Lyra has a beautiful relaxing interior and serves really nice sets of healthy vegan cuisine. The owner has contacts directly with her vegetable providers and most of what is on the menu is organic. No flavour enhancers and unnatural additives are added. Rice is unmilled, and you'll get a nice assortment of legumes, vegetables and seaweed from the reasonably-priced set meals. They offer gluten-free options as well.
Located near the Odori Station.

Xi-Fang 喜坊

Xi-fang is a small, very charming restaurant with a minimalist decor of good taste. It serves vegetarian and vegan dishes during lunch hours only. The cuisine here was inspired by Oriental cuisines of many genres. One of the popular items served is the vegetable Chinese dumpling. With the sets, you get brown rice, a soup and a few small dishes of legumes and veggies, and a main dish such as the popular "soy meat karaage".

petit CACO プティ カコ

Petit CACO is small raw sweets cafe with 5 counter seats and a table that can seat up to 8 people. For making their sweets, they do not use white sugar, wheat, eggs and dairy products. And since this is raw cuisine, they do not cook anything above 48℃ which results in sweets that have lots of natural enzymes. The sweets (mostly cakes and chocolates) are really beautiful too, and use plenty of seasonal ingredients. One piece of cake is about ¥800.
If you want something to drink, you can order smoothies too. The cafe is at a 5-minute walk from the Sapporo Station.

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