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All reviews pet shop don quixote free shops long street drug store beauty products covered arcade long stretch pole town lots of shops tax refund shop till you drop bakso several blocks ramen buy souvenirs pedestrian walkway
Cool place to wander around in. A covered shopping arcade with everything you could imagine, want, or need. When I started feeling like I was in the same shop as I was 5 minutes ago, I know it was time to button it up. It...More
A busy undercover shopping strip with residents and drugstores, as well as a Don Quijote which sells delicious baked sweet potato for 108yen. The beauty is that this step connects to the underground Pole Town shopping strip, which connects to multiple other shopping strips. Very...More
If you have never visited any Japanese shopping streets, then it might worth to visit.
But i have ever visited shopping streets in Kyoto and not impressed for this.
Take namhuk line and get off at suzukino street. (or you can get off in front...More
It’s a long stretch of restaurants and shops. And it’s usually crowded with tourists. The street is also covered, so it’s a great option to spend your time there if it’s raining. Also a really good place to buy souvenirs as well as beauty products...More
Tanukikoji is one linear kilometer ( three-quarters of a mile) of non-stop shops. The shops are in an enormous variety, but it's not like the Ginza in Tokyo or Dotonbori in Osaka, the shops tend to be a tad downmarket. This will not prevent the...More
Right across from nijo market....
It's a long street of shops...plenty of cosmetics and pharmacies but the shopping streets of Osaka and Tokyo are better.
This one is supposed to be the oldest shopping street in Sapporo...
The weather was perfect 65 degrees outside. This is several blocks long in One Direction. There's a special KitKat shop with different types of candy by that manufacturer. Several drug stores are also on the way. it was a great 90 minutes shopping and walking...More
Beautiful shaded stretch of restaurants and shops . Gimmicks abound. Talented street performers line up several areas. Bars , convenience shops , supermarket, budget and souvenir stores . Get your preferred Japanese cuisine , ramen , everything. Others close late night. A definite must visit....More
Be prepared to wear a pair of good shopping shoes as it's a length of 7 arcades long in Tanukikoji. There are lots of duty free shops, souvenirs and Hokkaido delicacies to be found here. You can also get more information on travelling around Hokkaido...More
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good question. Our crab focus while in Sapporo was mostly on the hairy crab & LIVE Red King crab, so I don't have much info to help you specifically with snow crab. WE experienced two crab opportunities. Within... More
good question. Our crab focus while in Sapporo was mostly on the hairy crab & LIVE Red King crab, so I don't have much info to help you specifically with snow crab. WE experienced two crab opportunities. Within reasonable walking distance on the east end of the Tanukikoji shopping street is the Nijo Market. During the winter season, you would have a 2 block walk in the open to get to the market. This market would offer you an informal , perhaps outdoor opportunity to eat different kinds of crab including your snow crab. Some of the vendors mentioned the restaurant across the street from the market would cook the crab that you purchased from them. We did not do that. If my memory is accurate, the snow crab we saw were in clusters (no body) & displayed on ice, previously frozen. Through the concierge at our mid-priced hotel, we booked a free bus shuttle to the Jogai Market/Sapporo Central Market. We were dropped off at the main drop off/pick location for the shuttle bus where there is a seafood market & restaurant that we shopped at and ate a lunch of hairy carb, King crab & live scallops. If you decide to eat there, go UPSTAIRS rather than eat at their downstairs location. We experienced better service, a smaller crowd & a more relaxing atmosphere to enjoy our leisurely lunch. Some in our group took home the scallop shells to cook the scallops the same way as the restaurant back home. Sorry, I don''t remember the name of the establishment but I do remember in the front display was the largest live King Crab I have ever seen. It would have been just right for our group but my concern was how sweet the meat would be having lived in it's own water for a long time. In summary. besides the 2 locations we experienced, there are lots of restaurants within a 3 city block radius of the Tanukikochi Street. For most of the better rated restaurants, a reservation is recommended. Our hotel concierge was a big help. I personally favor the night shift managers & staff. They tend to be less busy therefore more patient and willing to offer advise & commentary. They're very familiar with the night life too. enjoy!
for starters, its a long street stretching over several blocks. the east end is close to Nijo market, so you may consider starting your day there, grab a sushi/sashimi bite, then start the street. secondly, its a really a... More
for starters, its a long street stretching over several blocks. the east end is close to Nijo market, so you may consider starting your day there, grab a sushi/sashimi bite, then start the street. secondly, its a really a personal thing, so if you find the street interesting, you may end up spending a longer time there. thirdly, there's enough variety of shops to kep you distracted. lastly, besides the f+b outlets enroute as you walk the street, the western end of it has a cluster of izakayas. and that may end up being your next meal place. as a guide : we started around 5ish, and left after dinner (at the izakayas locale) around 9ish....if thats any timeline help?