Royce' Chocolate World

Royce' Chocolate World, Chitose: Hours, Address, Royce' Chocolate World Reviews: 4/5

Royce' Chocolate World
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8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Mummonemo
Brisbane, Australia42 contributions
If you’re wanting to waste time while waiting for your flight go visit Royce Chocolate World. See how chocolate is made, buy some chocolate. There’s also another shop downstairs to buy more chocolate.
Written February 1, 2020
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shienlim
Singapore, Singapore28 contributions
We reach in the morning and hotel check in is at 3pm so we are able to spend some time in chitose airport. The Royce bakery looks good but sadly i'm too full to try out the bun. And there are wide range of chocolate to purchase from there. You can see how the robotic machine make the chocolate as well.
Written February 2, 2016
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jensen_chua
Singapore, Singapore3,666 contributions
Conveniently located at the Chitose Airport , this amazing chocolate "theme park" will have visitors gazing at the automated chocolate machinery, the beautiful and wide range of chocolates products presentation and layout...and of course, loosening that wallet or purse to buy their cocoa fix.
Certainly a great to while away your time before your flight and used any leftover yen :)
Written December 2, 2015
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tohxinru
Singapore, Singapore1,317 contributions
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The Royce' Chocolate World comprises several ROYCE' Chocolate shops, a mini museum, and a factory viewed through glass panels. The shops offer a variety of products which you can purchase as souvenirs, though note that the shops are not tax-free. The mini museum has panels with explanations, display cabinets, as well as an informative video with Japanese narration and English subtitles documenting the process of making chocolate. The factory can be viewed through glass panels, though unfortunately most sections had no workers and no action while I was there at 3.45pm Japan time.

If you have extra time at New Chitose Airport, it is worth checking out the Smile Road, located between the domestic and international terminals. The Smile Road consists of the ROYCE' Chocolate World, Hello Kitty Happy Flight, and Doraemon Wakuwaku Sky Park (the latter 2 are entertainment facilities more suitable for families with young children).
Written June 1, 2017
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EileenLoves
London, UK183 contributions
Friends
Sapporo's New Chitose Airport is a food lover's paradise. As soon as you leave the gate you enter a vast market where you can sample and purchase local delicacies from fresh seafood, Hokkaido dairy products (the cheesecakes and ice cream are extraordinary!), ramen noodles (the best is found in Sapporo, some would say), and bento boxes of various styles. The generous samples that the sales people hand to you from left and right can easily fill you up and make you want to skip the next meal.

However do not skip the chance to visit the Smile Road on the upper floor, where you will find a play area and cafe dedicated to the beloved Doraemon... and the Royce's Chocolate World!! It really is just a showcase factory with some interesting history on Royce's and a cute shop selling a huge range of chocolaty goodies. This is the only place I know of that sells the smaller packs (single-serving) of chocolate covered potato chips, which is one of Royce's most famous products.

Kids would love this place, and it's a great way to kill time while you wait for the next flight. You will leave this place with a smile on your face. :)
Written July 6, 2014
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TayNayNak
Luzon, Philippines147 contributions
Family
I love how they were able to put a mini-museum, mini-factory and of course a Royce store and bakery in this area of the airport.
If you are within the vicinity of the the New Chitose Airport, do visit the Royce Chocolate World.
Written June 16, 2017
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Jeff21C
Singapore, Singapore132 contributions
Family
If your return flight home is before 8pm, you can visit this place and the many other shops to get almost everything you want to in Hokkaido. Be sure to double check on the opening hours.
Written December 16, 2016
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Ch4muy0
Cronulla, Australia148 contributions
Couples
Before you leave Chitose airport to connect to Sapporo, Niseko or wherever you're headed too, it's a good idea to check out this place - a largely automated chocolate factory selling their produce right there as well as across several other places in the region. This is located close to some restaurants that exceed by far your standard airport restaurant quality.
Written May 29, 2016
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James N
Kuching, Malaysia2,319 contributions
Couples
We landed quite early in the morning and had planned to spend our time at the airport even though we had no idea what was in store for us on our first visit to Hokkaido. Like most modern airports, we assumed that there must be plenty to see, to shop and to eat here. We had a great time visiting the Smile Road and beyond and had our lunch before leaving for the hotel in the city. Royce' Chocolate World was one of the must-see spots here. It displayed various types of chocolates and even produced chocolates in a factory-like machinery that actually manufactured the chocolates right there.
Written October 31, 2015
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MumsEd
Singapore, Singapore109 contributions
Family
Great for kids to see a chocolate assembly line, and some history of chocolate. Also a fantastic range of chocolates available. It is near Starbucks and some other shops (like Sanrio).
Written August 17, 2019
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Royce' Chocolate World is open:
  • Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM