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.
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