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Sapporo City Transportation (Tram)

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Sapporo City Transportation (Tram)

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Sapporo 060-0042 Hokkaido
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ŌdōriSapporo Municipal Subway3 min
ŌdōriSapporo Municipal Subway3 min
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Asahiyama Zoo, Fascinating Aoi-Ike Light Up and Shirohige Falls in Winter!
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Asahiyama Zoo, Fascinating Aoi-Ike Light Up and Shirohige Falls in Winter!

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・Explore Hokkaido’s signature spots in winter and spend a cheerful day with different activities. Considerately late departure and less morning rush to start a laid-back day trip.<br>・Go for Japan's one of most popular zoos Asahiyama Zoo, home to various animals! "Penguin's Parade" is the symbolic gesture in winter. It has drawn many visitors for the admirable scene of strolling penguins!<br>・The can't-miss alluring Blue Pond (Aoi Ike) in Biei of Hokkaido! The pond light up only in winter just creates a dreamlike mysterious wonderland! <br>・Another illumination sightseeing spot will be Shirohige Falls. There will be time for stop-by and taking photos. <br>・During February and March, visit to local dessert souvenir shop and Japanese sake museum will be included. <br>・Hotel pick-up from three locations are available, and drop-off locations are also selectable. English speaking tour guide will accompany this tour.
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Peter R. wrote a review Aug 2020
Ulsan, South Korea1,348 contributions68 helpful votes
In other Japanese cities I have visited (including Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Matsuyama and Toyama), I have really enjoyed travelling on their extensive streetcar (tram) networks. Don't get me wrong; Sapporo trams are equally enjoyable ..... there's just not enough of them! Confined to a single loop line to the SW of the city centre, Sapporo's network amounts to a total of 24 stops in the loop with trams running in both clockwise and anticlockwise directions. I got the opportunity to travel on the tram when visiting Mt. Moiwa Ropeway which involves taking the subway to Susukino subway station (N08 on the Namboku Line), interchange with the tram at street level then transfering to the Ropeway shuttle bus at Ropeway Inguchi tram stop. A fixed fare of Y200 per journey, you pay as you exit from the door at the front of the tram. Wonderfully retro .... I wish there was a more extensive network!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jeffry b wrote a review Feb 2020
Essendon, Australia6,146 contributions1,500 helpful votes
Sapporo's trams make it easy to get around, all you need is a map. The trams can be crowded at times, but the Japnese are accustomed to being packed in on public transport, just queeze in.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Vincent C wrote a review Jan 2020
Shinjuku, Japan45 contributions10 helpful votes
Cool tram to write around the city. Doesn't go to a lot of place but nice way to check out the neighborhood.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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M. San wrote a review Jan 2020
68 contributions16 helpful votes
Took the tram from JR Hakodate Station to Goryokaku Tower. It was easy to use the tram as the following destination would be displayed on the screen both in Japanese and English so just watch out for your destination. When you enter from the rear door just take a ticket from the machine and once you reach your destination, just look at your number on the ticket and match with the price that you have to pay on the screen. Many locals use the tram too and the trams are frequent but you must put your mobile on silent mode.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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platypus150 wrote a review Oct 2019
Melbourne, Australia19,291 contributions782 helpful votes
If you do not have the IC card, then pay in cash - 200 for adults and 100 for children. You enter from rear of tram and pay at front as you leave. There is also a change machine there to convert a 1000 yen note into 100 yen coins. There are 24 stops in the loop line and the journey seems slow, especially when packed in the peak period.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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