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The Sapporo Subway will take you to most places (or close ) you want to visit. The Zoo, for example, is a short walk from the subway stop, a bit out of town. Just get a map and find out the nearest subway stop. The...More
Easy to find and access. Equipped with all the necessity like shopping malls, eatery, All in one.Vending machines, restaurants, public transport, information counter, shopping malls, shops and etc. Ticket prices range from 200 yen to 360 yen, depending on the distance to travel. Day passes...More
It's everything you expect a good subway to be. It's punctual, it's clean, it's reasonably priced, it's safe and it's quiet. Most of the places you'll want to visit in Sapporo you can get to or get close to via the subway. The day passes...More
Buying tickets for subway is so easy, check the prices on the map above the ticket machin, click the 'English' button and follow the instructions. Press the type of ticket (subway only or mixed form of transport) the number of tickets you require, price of...More
On weekends they have a special pass which is very very cheap and its a must recommended one. It takes less time and if traveling on weekdays read the board and stand in the appropriate section. As there are sections which says only woman and...More
The system was first built around 1972 to demonstrate Japan's technological prowess when they hosted the Winter Olympics. And the use of rubber tires are known for smoother, quieter rides. The system is also the world most expensive to build and ride at the time...More
The Sapporo subway system gets visitors to most places they'll want to go. The cars run on rubber tires, making the system unusually smooth and quiet. Day passes for weekends (530yen) and weekdays (830yen) are worth the expense if you expect to be riding the...More
The subway system as a whole in Japan is very extensive inclusive of Sapporo City.
JR Sapporo main city station is very huge & this is where you can get to all attractions & places in Sapporo ( will need to change lines in between...More