There is an exhibition area with complete historical data and a "experience area" where you can use simulated training devices to try ski jumping, sledding, ski shooting, figure skating single-foot spinning, etc. In addition, there is "race information" District", to provide people with the rules of various competitions, the latest sporting goods and information about the players.
A sports museum can actually see such a beautiful scenery. Otaru is really literary and artistic. I like the scenery here.
The big ramp in Picture 1 is quite shocking when I saw it with my own eyes, but it is still a bit steep!
The museum is located at the foot of the Okura Mountain Ski Jumping Arena overlooking the city of Sapporo. A lot of precious materials about the 1972 Sapporo Winter Olympics are exhibited here. In addition, it also introduces the history of winter sports through information on international competitions held in Sapporo, such as the Cross-Country Ski World Championships and the World University Winter Games.
Sapporo Winter Sports Museum is a must do for a snowsports lover! I had so much fun! It only cost ¥600 and on Monday I was the only guest there.
Mt. Okura known as the home the Ski Jump Stadium. Every year ther have winter' sports and very popular and famous.
Not a famous attraction but really nice