Shiroi koibito is actually a chocolate factory turned museum with a really really nice park! The park is filled with flowers and ornaments, really beautiful!
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I took a bus # 5 from sapporo station and got off a few blocks away from the park. Or you could take Tozai line from Odori subway station to Miyanosawa station (the end of the line) and walk from there (further walking distance). Inside...More
It is an easily accessible destination on the subway. After exiting the station, there are signboards directing you to the Park. You have to actually cut through a Leraning Ctr and once on the street, you can actually smell the cookies.. really! We paid for...More
The factory walk tour was interesting...our 2nd time in Hokkaido...first was during Winter. This time the kids spent most of the time in a hands on workshop...where they put icing on a cookie shaped like the island of Hokkaido. Really nice...it lasts 7 days...so we...More
We went during Christmas. The lighting was pretty. We also went to the factory tour and get a free cookie. Must visit the cafe inside the factory. The dessert was good !
Visited the Shiroi Koibito Park in Sapporo recently. It is one of the oldest and most famous Chocolate Factory in Hokkaido. The exterior of the park is a beautifully landscaped garden, with many scenic spots for photo-taking. As you enter the main building, there are...More
The admission fee for the factory tour is 600 yen and you get a free Shiroi Koibito cookie. If you download the Sapporo Info app, you can also redeem a small gift (Shiroi Koibito post-its). The admission fee allows you to view a water fountain,...More
Very popular with large tourist groups but a must do for family holidays. The Gullivers land is fun and so is the train ride. The park around the factory with wafting chocolate smell takes you to a fairy tale land ..
This is Ishiya, where they make the famous 白色恋人 cookie. Love this place with the beautiful lush roses and magnificent exterior with intricate details. We paid to walk through the production line but my kids did not want to make a cookie, so no comment...More
It was like one of the attractions in Sapporo but you can buy Shiroi Koibito cookies anywhere in Japan (especially at the airport shops).