The Hokkaido branch of a select chain of souvenir and travel-based goods stores based at travel hubs in Japan, this store showcases regional foodstuffs and gifts for visitors and tourists to take home. Other goods for sale include cosmetics, crockery and cloth
This classic bar is located in Sapporo's pleasure district of Susukino. The Bow Bar offers several brands of single malt whisky and other liquors. Only open until 1 am on national holidays.
Tanukikoji is a covered shopping street with various shops and restaurants located between Odori Park and Sapporo's nightlife district Susukino.
Located in Susukino, Sapporo’s largest entertainment district, the alley is packed with ramen shops offering the local specialty: miso ramen. The dish is made of thick miso soup accompanied by curly ramen, bean sprouts and onions.
Marked by a red and green neon-lit sign, this ramen hall has an old fashioned atmosphere reminiscent of traditional Japan. The hall is lined with 17 different ramen shops. Each shop has its own distinct taste from various regions across Japan. Opening hours va
First opened in 1954, Daruma is a chain of jingisukan (lamb BBQ) restaurants in Sapporo.
Soup Curry & Dining Suage+ is a restaurant that provides soup curry, a Japanese-style curry-flavored soup with a variety of toppings such as beef, vegetables or oysters.
Only a 1-minute walk from Susukino Tram and Subway Station, Capsule Inn Sapporo offers compact capsule beds. Guests can bathe in the spacious public baths and relax in the sauna rooms.
Just 150 metres from Susukino Train Station, Toyoko Inn Sapporo Susukino Kosaten offers Western-style rooms with free Wi-Fi. It has a computer corner at its lobby.
Centrally located in the lively Susukino area in Sapporo, Mercure Hotel provides non-smoking accommodation just a 5-minute walk from Susukino Subway Station.