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1-20 Nakajimakoen, Chuo-ku, Sapporo 064-0931 Hokkaido
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Hokkaido Highlights of Flower Blossom, Asahiyama Zoo& Ninguru Terrace
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Hokkaido Highlights of Flower Blossom, Asahiyama Zoo& Ninguru Terrace

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・2.5 hours' direct and hassle-free transportation to Asahiyama Zoo, Biei and Furano area en route back to Sapporo.<br><br>・Sufficient time to visit one of Japan's most popular zoo, and encounter with the lovely animal buddies!<br><br>・Grasp Hokkaido's seasonal beauty on the undulating flowery slope and feel jovial breathing the fresh air on this vast land. <br><br>・View the signature trees “Ken&amp;Mary”, "Seven Star" that used to be filmed in TV commercial hits! <br><br>・A closer look at the sublime Blue Pond (Aoi-Ike) which shows an appearance different from cold times. <br><br>・Also drop by the fairy tale like cottages in tranquil forests and have an opportunity to see craft-man work or buy your souvenirs.
$57.84 per adult
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Jeffry b wrote a review Feb 2020
Essendon, Australia5,987 contributions1,308 helpful votes
Hoheikan is a wooden building constructed in Western style in the 19th century, when Japan was opening to the world. Its function was as a "guest house" where VIPs stayed when they visited the city. The building is painted pastel blue, quite an unusual colour. Among other guests, three Emperors of Japan stayed there. A small fee is charged to enter the building. Hoheikan is in Nakajima Park. The autumn leaves make a spectacular show.
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Date of experience: October 2019
William S wrote a review Oct 2019
Kobe, Japan962 contributions158 helpful votes
We loved the building and it has been well-maintained. The wooden sills and doors are really gorgeous. The building is easy to tour, the cost is low and there are toilets available. It would be nicer if furnished in the style and use of the period and if the landscaping was better. Even so, if you are in the park it is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Gillian G wrote a review Oct 2019
142 contributions24 helpful votes
We just walked around taking photos everywhere. You see wedding parties and lots of cute little dogs. Loved the relaxed feel of this location. The purple function house is cute but didn’t go in.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Emily_G_Scott wrote a review Nov 2018
Sydney, Australia380 contributions51 helpful votes
Came here to see Najimakoen well published Japanese garden. I was not disappointed as the park put on the best display of autumn colours. The lake gives mirror reflection of the colourful trees and bonzai. If you have time, this is excellent place to enjoy the beautiful and serene garden.
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Date of experience: November 2018
Jeffry b wrote a review Oct 2018
Essendon, Australia5,987 contributions1,308 helpful votes
This important cultural property welcomed three successive Japanese emperors, beginning with the Meiji Emperor. This building is made of wood, in Western style, similar to a number of public structures in Hokkaido of that era, It is painted pastel blue and white, These days, it is open for public inspection during the day and can also be hired for conferences, wedding receptions and so on. Hoheikan is furnished in period style, 'Hotel' is probably misleading, it is better called a ;guest house' for senior people. The hotel is adjacent to Nakajima Park
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Date of experience: October 2018
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