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We visited here in March to see the Winter Olympics museum. It was tricky to get too ( 2 trains and a bus, followed by a 15 minute walk ) and got the information from a visitor's centre in central Sapporo and then followed it...More
Okurayama Observatory and Ski Jump Stadium is an enjoyable (and in our case, snow-filled) 10-20 minute uphill walk from the bus stop. When we got to the stadium, we were awed by the huge place! We ran straight to the cable car ride up to...More
This is a must visit when in Sapporo. You take the lift to the Okurayama viewing point where you can look down the ski jump and beyond to the city. It is a great panoramic view. It is open from 8:30 am until 6 pm...More
As part of our Sapporo bus tour package, one of the stops was at Miyanomori Ski Jump Stadium.
There's a museum and gift shop on the grounds. If you wanted to go to the top, you need to buy a ticket to take the ski...More
On a recent tour to Japan, one of the sites was the Okurayama Ski Jump, site of the 1972 Winter Olympics. We visited in the summer and took the ski lifts to the top which boasts of two lookout areas. One, an enclosed area has...More
Nice place for short visit. the ski lift is interesting especially as i'm not a skier so its exciting going uphill and a bit hmm heart pounding going downhill for those who fear heights, for about 10 seconds only. the view of Sapporo Tower from...More
This was a highlight for us, we all ski but just looking at this made us realise how totally different this is to normal skiing! Great views from the top too. If it is hot and sticky in Saporro you will get a big of...More
Visiting this place on the Eastern slope of Mt. Okura was a highlight! This venue holds international ski events and can house 50,000 people. What an imposing sight. Imagine skiing downhill as fast as you can for 100m and then jumping only to land a...More