The English style Tudor House where the Ishiya chocolate factory is located, catches one's eyes in this tradtional Japanese precinct on the outskirt of Sapporo; but there is much more behind the gate to thrill visitors of all ages and races.
Strolling around the garden wonderland surrounding the building already provides much fun and joy, with its miniature houses for the entertainment of the kids, picturesque rose garden for flower lovers, and refined landscaping with its heritage bridge, pavillion and conservatory. Inside the building, there are niceties for everyone to enjoy: counters for selling the Ishiya flagship prodiucts like the famous butter cookies sandwiched with white chocolate, yummy soft ice-cream, cafeteria for snacks and different kinds of chocolate products. There is a toy room and a music room for display of exhibits, as well as the museum and chocolate production demonstration for which a fee is payable.
Children would love this place which is educational for adults as well. The attraction should be high on the agenda of a visit to Sapporo.
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