This theme park is operated by Ishiya, the company that produces and sells Shiroi Koibito, the well-known cookies from Hokkaido. In the Shiroi Koibito Cookie Production Line, you can witness first-hand the making of Shiroi Koibito cookies behind windows while the sweet aroma of chocolate and cookies wafts through the air. Gaze upon chocolate being sandwiched between freshly-baked cookies and then cooled before being sealed in their own individual packages. The bakery makes about 100,000 Shiroi Koibito cookies in one day.
You can make your own heart-shaped Shiroi Koibito, about 14 cm across, in the Cookie Craft Studio, and enjoy specially made hot chocolate, parfaits, and other deserts in the Chocolate Lounge on the same floor.
The shop offers original cookie tins printed with photographs brought in by visitors, as well as other limited-edition products available exclusively from Shiroi Koibito Park, making it an ideal place for buying gifts in bulk to take back home.
Take the Rapid Airport Express for about 28 minutes from New Chitose Airport and get off at JR Shin-Sapporo Station. Walk for about 3 minutes to Shin-Sapporo Station on the Tozai Subway Line and ride the subway for about 35 minutes to Miyanosawa Station, which is about a 7-minute walk to the park.
Factory Tour Course
Witness these famous Hokkaido cookies in the making through windows at the Shiroi Koibito production line.
An English garden laid with brick. About 200 species of flower, including the classic rose, are in full bloom in the summer. Visit in winter when dazzling illuminations adorn the courtyard.
Make Your Own Cookies in the Studio
The factory tour includes a visit to the Cookie Craft Studio with its popular Make Your Own Shiroi Koibito Cookie Course, where you can make a heart-shaped Shiroi Koibito about 14 cm in size. Use a chocolate pen to write or draw on the face of cookies made with the same ingredients as the real Shiroi Koibito. The whole course takes about 40 minutes, and you can join on the same day if there are vacancies, though it's best to book in advance. There are many kinds of cookie-crafting course, so be sure to check the website for details.
Limited Edition Shiroi Koibito Park Products
The shop offers Shiroi Koibito cookies and many popular products from Ishiya. The limited-edition Shiroi Koibito Park products are definitely worth checking. There are many items only available in the park, such as the Cookie Box filled with three types of cookie in vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry flavors; the Park Crispy Chocolate, which includes two types of crispy chocolate resembling the shape of the Shiroi Koibito Park building; as well as tote bags, clear file folders, mugs and much more.
2-2-11-36 Miyanosawa, Nishi-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, 063-0052
- Nearest Station
･ Tozai Line
- Phone Number
011-666-1481Available languagesonly in Japanese
9:00am - 6:00pm
*Last admissions at 5:00pm. Admission times vary between facilities.
- Public Site
- Official Site