Venue & Location
  • Premier Hotel –TSUBAKI Sapporo
    Address: 1-1, Toyohira 4-jo 1-chome, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo
    Tel: +81 011-821-1111
Transportation (From New Chitose Airport)
A. By Limousine Bus
Take airport limousine bus to Premier Hotel Tsubaki Sapporo bus stop. It takes around 65-75 minutes to reach the hotel.
B. By JR and Subway Line
1. Take JR line to Sapporo Station and exchange to the subway line. It takes around 35-40 minutes to reach the hotel. The ticket price is Yen 1,070 per person.
2. From Sapporo Station, take the Tozai Line to Kikusui station (exit 2). It takes around 9-minute walk to reach the hotel.
C. Subway stations near Premier Hotel Tsubaki Sapporo
1. 9-minute walk from the Kikusui station (exit 2) of Tozai line.
2. 13-minute walk from the Hosui Susukino station (exit 3) of Toho line.
3. 13-minute walk from the Gakuen Mae station (exit 1) of Toho line.
4. 15-minute walk from the Susukino Station (exit 3) of Nanboku line.
  • Odori Park is an oasis with 92 types of trees including lilacs and elm stands located in the middle of a business district. On its lawns and around its fountains, one can find locals and tourists alike relaxing. Odori Park is called a park, but it’s really a street. In 1871, a firebreak, which cuts central Sapporo into is northern and southern parts, was built. The firebreak became Shiribeshi Dori, which was renamed Odori. Odori Park, which is usually a very calm and relaxed space, is also used for many of Hokkaido’s best-known seasonal events, such as the Snow Festival in the winter, Lilac Festival in the spring, YOSAKOI Soran Festival and beer garden in the summer, and Autumn Festival, which brings together various Hokkaido cuisines, in the fall.
  • The Clock Tower (Tokeidai) is a symbol of Sapporo. The building was constructed during the early period of Sapporo's development in 1878 as a drill hall of the Sapporo Agricultural College. In 1881 a clock purchased from Boston was installed.
    Today, the Clock Tower serves as a museum with displays about the building's history and Sapporo on the first floor. On the second floor are displays about the clock and a spacious ceremony hall that calls to mind the simple buildings of the colonial American Midwest.
    The Clock Tower is four blocks or a ten minute walk south of JR Sapporo Station, and one block north of Odori Park.
  • Otaru is a small harbor city, about half an hour northwest of Sapporo by train. Its beautifully preserved canal area and interesting herring mansions make Otaru a pleasant day trip from Sapporo or a nice stop en route to or from Niseko or the Shakotan Peninsula. From the early days of Hokkaido's colonization in the late 1800s, Otaru served as a major trade and fishing port. It was hence chosen as the terminal station of Hokkaido's first railway line that connected the port with nearby Sapporo. Many old warehouses and former office buildings by shipping and trade companies give Otaru's city center a special character reminiscent of past decades.