Shiroi Koibito Park
About this sight
One of the most famous souvenir snacks from Hokkaido is the Shiroi Koibito – or White Lover - white chocolate biscuit sandwich, which was famous for being available only in Sapporo. Now, fans of the creamy white chocolate biscuit sandwich can visit the factory, that has been designed as part of a park, called the Shiroi Koibito Park.
This theme park allows you to escape into a world of sweet treats and fairytales, with its castle-like appearance, and after taking a tour around the Shiroi Koibito Factory to see how the biscuit sandwich is made, you can sit down at a themed café and enjoy more variations of the treat that are exclusive to the park.
If you have time, do try making your own original Shiroi Kobito cookies at the Cookiecraft Studio for your friends and family back home, or check out the toy exhibition room at the Rose Garden. Admission fee is 600 yen for high school students or older or 200 yen for junior high school students and younger.
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