Motomachi Roman Catholic Church has one of the longest histories of any church in Japan. A large octagonal tower characterizes the church, which was rebuilt in 1924.
One of Sapporo's three main tourist attractions. Built over 140 years ago, this clock tower is the oldest in Japan to use a pendulum, and continues to keep time.
A broadcasting tower standing 147.2 m tall at the eastern edge of Odori Park with a panoramic view of the city of Sapporo from an observation deck about 90 m above ground.
A breakwater in the globally uncommon half-arch shape
Known by locals as ”Gan-gan (bong-bong) Temple”, this church is a symbol of the Motomachi church district
Old forests and valuable buildings from the turn of the 20th century
A masterpiece of bank architecture from the early 20th century, stately but elegant
Houses that gave new life to waste materials
A contemporary western-style hall reminiscent of the early 20th century
A beautiful western-style building in white and ultramarine blue
The biggest dome in Hokkaido, and most northern in Japan
A museum in memory of the opening of Hakodate's port
A scenic view of Sapporo's heart
The early 20th century still lives in this beautifully constructed cultural asset
Tour a drama set and sense the humanity in its construction
Noboribetsu's animated statue of King Enma
The past glory of herring fishing can still be sensed here
Check out the mighty trees and zoo around this shrine
Sapporo's first park and social gathering center, built to receive noble guests of the Hokkaido Development Commission
Lovely views within the grounds, and a shrine built in the mid-19th century