Mitsui Outlet Park, Sapporo Kitahiroshima

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Mitsui Outlet Park, Sapporo Kitahiroshima

Mitsui Outlet Park, Sapporo Kitahiroshima
3.5
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10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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One of the largest outlet malls in the Hokkaido & Tohoku regions. Approximately 30 minutes by bus from New Chitose Airport. Approximately 50 minutes by direct bus from Sapporo Station. Enjoy comfortable shopping in this indoor mall! Stores / 180 stores approx.
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ctb1968
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia56 contributions
Firstly, there are dedicated buses that ply the route. Just be careful, the buses get very busy. As for the outlet, you will definitely buy something there, most of the known brands are represented. I was looking forward to the seiko outlet, and ended up buying a watch, models are limited, but if you find the model you want, It’s cheaper than bic camera or yodabashi. The Adidas outlet sale was similar to the Adidas shops in town. Again, wife and kids all had their own shopping lists fulfilled there.
Written January 7, 2020
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Nicholsp01
Sapporo, Japan66 contributions
Friends
The advantage of buying world famous brands in Japan is that they are genuine and not a rip-off copy. For example, a Brooks Brothers necktie bought in Japan is a much more prestigious gift than a Brooks Brothers necktie bought elsewhere in Asia.

There are two major places where visitors can do their exclusive brand shopping when visiting Hokkaido; one is Rera near Chitose Airport and the other is the Mitsui Outlet Park, closer to Sapporo. Mitsui Outlet Park has advantages over Rera in that it is out of the weather, has better restaurants such as the kaiten sushi restaurant and is newer.

A search on YouTube for 'Mitsui Outlet Park Sapporo' has some good videos which explain the shopping experience.

Mitsui Outlet Park is located near the road to Chitose Airport, Route 36 and is also easy to visit on way to the Noboribetsu Hot Springs. It is well signposted for those travelling by car.

For those using public transport, there are a number of options. If you are staying in central Sapporo, catch the Tozai Subway line from Odori Station and travel towards Shin Sapporo. Get off at Oyachi Station. The fare is 280 yen and the travelling time is 16 minutes. At Oyachi station, go up the escalators to the Oyachi Bus Terminal. The bus number 88, departs for Mitsui Outlet Park two or three times an hour from 9:20am until 8:37pm. The bus ride takes around 28 minutes and costs 320 yen. A cost effective and convenient way to pay the fares is to buy a 1000 yen ‘with-you-card’ at Odori station. The card can be used on both the train and the bus.

There are many famous brands represented at Mitsui Outlet Park. Many of the major stores are duty free. Unlike buying the same goods in the Ginza in Tokyo, there is little walking distance between the stores. There are a number of facilities for shoppers with small children, but if you have small children, be sure to visit the Lego Store where they can play their heart’s content.

Mitsui Outlet Park has a food court but the best way to celebrate your shopping bargains is to enjoy some wonderful Hokkaido sushi. The kaiten sushi restaurant is great for those who are not too confident speaking Japanese. You can select your favorite sushi as it moves past on the conveyor belt or you can use the touch pad screen to select your order. It soon arrives on a carriage just for you. Take your plate off the carriage and press the red button to send the carriage back. For certain dishes, there is an on-screen game where you can win prizes. The booth seating has plenty of room for your shopping bags or you can sit at the sushi counter. Payment is made by the number of plates you ordered with different color plates costing different amounts.

Mitsui Outlet Park is open for shopping from 10am until 8pm, Monday to Friday and until 10pm on weekends.

Location : 3-7-6 Omagari-Saiwai-Cho, Kita-Hiroshima-city, Hokkaido, 061-1278
Phone : 011-377-3200
Hours of Operation :
●Shopping : 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
●Food Court : 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
●Restaurants : 10:30 AM - 9:00 PM
*Sat/Sun 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Written June 7, 2013
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Alex
Singapore, Singapore668 contributions
During our free at leisure day in Sapporo, we went to Mitsui Outlet Park, which was in the outskirts of Sapporo. The only way to get there was through bus, technically, so we had to take an hour-long bus ride to get there.

Apart from all the usual outlet stores (although a somewhat smaller selection in here, compared to other outlet malls in Hokkaido), there was also a Farmer's Market selling fresh produce from Hokkaido. There was also a playpen for the young ones and maps provided to guide you around the complex.

One good thing about the mall is that it's not confusing or winding - the map acts as quite a useful guide when going through the mall. Apart from the market, the food choice here is quite limited, but we managed to get a good restaurant that serves pizzas and cakes.

My main concern lies with the travelling options. It takes an hour or more to get here from the city, so if you're first-time visitors and want to see Sapporo, this isn't really the place for you. All in all, it is a good shopping mall, but we may not return here again due to distance.
Written March 15, 2012
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LeginSingapore
Singapore115 contributions
Family
This mall has 2 levels of stores. Only some stores are duty free. You could download the mall and check which stores are duty freefrom the official website. Didnot get to buy much from here as the collection is small and not appealing. Timberland and levi is so much cheaper than singapore. Other than that i think the prices cannot match those premium outlets in the states. There is burberry blue label there too. I wanted to get the onizuka tiger shoes but designs are limited but the asic shoes are real cheap. 50% cheaper than singapore. You are likely to spend 2 hours or more there.
Written December 18, 2013
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Shirlene P
Singapore, Singapore248 contributions
Family
It's another similar premium outlet. I was targeting only winter jackets. I saw good winter boots n jackets at good prices. Example Columbia jackets going ard S$100. Nike down jackets below S$100. I didn't buy any though cos mostly sizes are too small for me. To reach here, take bus 100 from bus stop 1. It's 1hr ride. Adult 310, child 160. Last bus to leave outlet is 5pm. Bus stop 1 is at front of Tokyu South and East exits. It's opposite Kani Honke Sapporo restaurant. You can chk the bus time table at bus stop. We went on a weekday so first bus is 10am. N the bus is only available every one hr with a break in service around noon time. Alternate transport is take subway to Fukuzumi station n take bus 95. Faster but you have to pay for both subway n bus. Bus 95 is every 20 min.
Written December 26, 2016
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fallenclover
Singapore, Singapore80 contributions
Couples
I spent an entire day at the mall and had my wallet emptied at the end of the day. It has many branded stalls as well as home-grown brands. Sports stuffs are very cheap as compared to SG, hence I can't help but spammed buying from Nike, Under Armour and Asic. We went on a Sunday so it was very very crowded and it was tough finding a parking lot. Thankfully there are other parking spaces nearby so you may park there and walk over to the mall. It is about 40mins drive from the city. Food court gets really crowded during meal time so be prepared to queue and wait for spaces or have early lunch/dinner.
Written September 27, 2015
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PjKcontributor
adelaide111 contributions
Couples
A bit out of way from Sapporo or anywhere. We considered:
1 Sapporo bus 100 from ekimi outside tokyu department shop, ¥310 . Advantage direct . Disadvantage: crowded, possible stand all the way 50 min, weekdays 10, 12, 2 pm weekends more. Cannot use jr pass, advantage part cover by jr pass-trains, no crowds as do many buses. Local bus need a bit of walking-bus driver will tell you
2. Jr train Sapporo or new chitose aport to Kita Hiroshima: lots of trains, jr pass yes. Get off turn left, & then right to bus shelters stop no:1, careful
direct is number 200, only at 1030, 1230 & 1430, takes 13 mins.
Also local buses from bus stop number 1, must be able to make out the direction or ask bus driver-disadvantage many stops till English announcement of where to stop.& then bit of a walk
All ¥360, buses not covered by jr pass
3. From new Chitose aport, buses as in Mitsui
Website cost more than ¥1000. Not covered by jr pass
4: subways: not covered by jr, subways & buses as in mitsui website, cost more than ¥1000
Taxis always available, costly
Returns: information booth-mitsui has all the info, just ask, English ok
Have a good time shopping. Hope this clear the cloud a bit
Written April 24, 2019
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AnitaspKwan
Hong Kong, China81 contributions
Friends
We planned to spend half a day in the outlet for shopping. We took the last bus (Bus No.100) at 2:00 pm in Sapporo and the bus trip took about 45 mins to arrive at the outlet mall (bus fare:¥310). If you are a shopaholic and don't want to leave the mall until its closing at 8:00 pm, you can take Bus No.95 from the mall entrance to Fukuzumi and take transfer back to Sapporo by subway since the last bus of Bus No.100 leaves at 5:00 pm from the mall. The travelling time for Bus No.95 + subway is even shorter but you have to pay a bit more for transport fares.
Written June 3, 2017
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gringreen
Singapore, Singapore59 contributions
Friends
Mall is massive, spacious with many seating area for rest. If you miss the direct bus in front of Tokyu Dept mental store, take the subway to Fukuzumi(last stop) and take bus which is just above the station. Remember to bring passport for tax-free purchase. Show your passport at Information Counter to get the tax-free coupons from participating shops. You can get the mall's shop index here. We've targeted the shops we need to get our stuff from so it saved time instead of just wondering around. Note that Japan-made Onitsuka is not available here and can be found only at Parco. Bought luggage from Ace and they were able to deliver it to our hotel without charge. Staff in this mall are most efficient and welcoming. Enclosed picture of bus stand at Fukuzumi.
Written October 10, 2019
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Gwendolyn Ang
Singapore, Singapore102 contributions
Family
My point of view may not be as accurate since I'm not an avid shopper, but overall I feel that the outlet is amazing and the customer service is excellent. Directory is easy to read since they just put the familiar brand logos so not knowing Japanese is not a big issue. It appears to have quite the variety but for the sports brands I went for, most of the shoe stocks available are already placed outside near the displays and it feels a little limited since some shoe sizes seem to be unavailable for virtually every pair.

Here are a few things to note:

1. There are further discounts on the leaflets, so make use of them as you shop.

2. Though shops do state that it is tax free, often you have to spend at least ¥5000 (depends on the shop, so you'll have to check first)

3. There are two malls in Mitsui Outlet: Clover Mall and Maple Mall, linked at the 2nd floor. I feel that Maple Mall, which is smaller gets overlooked especially for those on tour with limited time. Maple Mall includes outlets for Nike, Puma and a few others so don't miss it out if you want deals for those brands!
Written December 20, 2017
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