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Especially popular during the Sapporo Snow Festival. Activities mostly geared toward kids. During Snow Festival, you can take a bus from Odori Park to Tsudome. Inside the dome are many activities in addition to a food court. Outside are sled rides, snowboarding and activities for...More
This attraction is free but you pay only for the bus ride. We took ours at the Odori Bisse stop. When you get to the park, it's all white. I think the activities are better suited for small kids but we tried the snow tube...More
i came here at sapporo snowfest 2019 with my family and they love this place. sure, palace made from ice only looks good for adults and kids can be bored. just take them to tsudome site and they will have fun
indoor area full with...More
I visited the Sapporo Community Dome during the snow festival and it was such a big venue area, this site is mainly directed towards children and have a vast array of activities which will keep them busy. Outside the dome it had a couple more...More
It’s a good place for adult but it’s a perfect place for kids. There were not many games for adults, but worth to have a walk. It’s free anyway. I went there with my husband, we made a snowman, it’s quite a special experience.
Great fun for both adults and kids! It wasn’t too crowded as we came on a weekday, and just a few minutes wait for each slide/ride. Very safe for young kids, many helpers around. Well organized. Dress warmly, especially kids. No warm clothing for sale...More
I stayed near Sapporo station so I walked to the station & took the Sapporo Ekamie-Dori Underground walkway. It's going to be a few minutes walking towards Odori. Then when you see Exit 13 turn left into a corridor & walk up the stairs. As...More
The resort is about a 30 min bus ride from Sapporo station, the buses don't seem to leave until they are full despite saying they leave every 15 minutes on Sundays.
There is quite a lot to do for children above the age of 3,...More
I was there when it was Hokkaido Snow Festival season (2017), there were food being sold inside the dome and snow activity outside the dome. Snow activities include snowman building, snow slide (various height) and laying under snow. The snow sculptures were cool. I was...More