Originally from Thailand, Nittaya enjoys Sapporo so much that she has visited 12 times from 2015 to 2019! She now lives in Sapporo together with her Australian husband. She enjoys Sapporo’s nature and local dish, soup curry.

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    Sapporo’s Hokkaido Jingu Shrine is located amidst serene nature. In winter, the snow-covered scenery is particularly beautiful. Nearby, there is also a charming cafe operated by a Thai lady who resides in Japan. This is the perfect spot to visit to hear stories about Sapporo while enjoying authentic Thai cuisine.
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    Sapporo’s night view is so strikingly beautiful that it is included in “Japan’s New Three Most Spectacular Night Views”. The winter air is exceptionally clear, making for perfect viewing conditions! Let’s visit Mt. Moiwa to experience a panoramic overlook of Sapporo at night. After enjoying the view, warm up with soup curry, one of Sapporo’s local dishes. For lovers of spicy foods, you can even add extra spices to suit your taste.
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    Tanukikoji is a shopping street nestled in the heart of downtown Sapporo. Some 900 meters long, the venue is covered by arcades for safe and convenient shopping, even when it snows. After a hard day of shopping, take a break and treat yourself to a stylish Sapporo shime parfait.
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    Winter in Hokkaido means plenty of beautiful snow! Throughout winter, there are so many ways to enjoy snow in Sapporo. At Sapporo Teine, visitors may rent skis and skiwear. If you’re not into skiing, try sledding or tubing at Teinei’s Dinosaur Kid’s Park! After enjoying a day at the ski resort, it’s a short trip back to downtown Sapporo, where you can enjoy all sorts of local cuisine, such as fresh seafood!
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