Sapporo TV Tower is erected on the east side of Odori Park. It is the icon of Odori Park and a landmark of Sapporo. Sapporo TV Tower used to be a signal receiver and retransmission facility, but it is now retired. Now it is outfitted with an observation deck, a souvenir shop, and restaurants. Climb the tower and enjoy a 360-degree view of Sapporo and the dazzling lights of the tower at night.
The Little Bird Square
Hokkaido Chuo Bus Regular Sightseeing
Yoshino Sapporo TV Tower
Tokyu Stay Sapporo
Nest Hotel Sapporo Ekimae
One of my favoruite cities in Hokkaido, Sapporo is the perfect winter destination where snow creates a cozy and nostalgic ambiance to enjoy the vibrant city. I love the local fish markets, mouthwatering sushi bars, amazing ramen, and fun sake bars. The covered street is great for shopping and protects you from the wind on cold days. Make sure to head to the train station for a plethora of eateries including our favourite cheese tarts and the best revolving belt sushi. The kids cant get enough of playing at Odori Park where you can build snowmen and also capture pretty views of Sapporo TV Tower A perfect place to spend a fun and busy winter holiday.
[Hokkaido is now Tokyo Tower? It turned out to be...]
At first glance, it looks like a Tokyo Tower... If you don't pay attention to the structure of the tower and the surrounding environment, it is easy to mistake this for the Tokyo Tower. This is actually the Sapporo TV Tower, and the Tokyo Tower is completely two towers.
Sapporo TV Tower is next to Odori Park. It can be seen directly from the Odori Subway Station. I don't know if it's not big enough, or if everyone thinks it's nothing new, or maybe the weather is too cold, there aren't many people who stop to take pictures. But in fact, this is a landmark building in Sapporo. If you are traveling in Sapporo for a day trip, you should pass this building~
ps: there is a daytime feel during the day, and a night feel at night is worth seeing. ~ Whether you go to the raccoon path or go to the clock tower or visit Datong Park, you can see it!