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Came here to see Najimakoen well published Japanese garden. I was not disappointed as the park put on the best display of autumn colours. The lake gives mirror reflection of the colourful trees and bonzai.
If you have time, this is excellent place to enjoy...More
This important cultural property welcomed three successive Japanese emperors, beginning with the Meiji Emperor. This building is made of wood, in Western style, similar to a number of public structures in Hokkaido of that era, It is painted pastel blue and white, These days, it...More
The western style building has historical importance built in 1880 as a hotel and is now used as a wedding venue or meeting facility. It is nice looking wood building mostly American style with some European touches. The Meiji Emperor was its first guest in...More
I was attracted by a picture of this building from a calendar. I was told this was Hoheikan which is located next to Nakajima Park. I like the blue and white combination, just a perfect match. Take the Namboku subway from Sapporo to Nakajima Park,...More
A pretty blue Western form structure built to host dignitaries by the Hokkaido government. The Meiji Emperor stayed here. The building was relocated from its previous location in Odori to here. Be sure to visit the Japanese garden which is behind the building.