About this sight
Originally a wetland area and garbage dump that was reclaimed, this large park in northeastern Sapporo was designed by famed Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi. After 17 years of work, it was opened in 2005. The space contains over 120 playground pieces, including a glass pyramid called Hidamari.
Megmilk Snow Brand Museum
Megmilk Snow Brand is one of the largest producers of dairy products in Japan; weekday tours are offered at its factory.
Toyohira River runs from Jozankei in the Minami-ku area of Sapporo, through the downtown area, and flows into Ishikari River.
Jacksonville Burger (Asaboo)
Jacksonville Burgers is a signature old-fashioned American-style burger shop located in the heart of Sapporo.
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