|Opening Hours||Open 24 hours|
|Notes||Athletics venue, jogging spot, training area, parking available, serves as Consadole home ground|
|The park is a 25 minute drive south east from central Sapporo. The easiest way to get there is to take the E5 expressway heading to Eniwa. The park is on a turn off on the left. By foot, it is a 20 minute walk from Oyachi subway station (Tozai line). Head south along Oyachi Ekimae dori Avenue.
1 Chome-2 Kaminopporo 3 Jo, Atsubetsu Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 004-0033
Atsubetsu Park & Stadium is a large park and venue that has sporting events throughout the year. The stadium holds up to 20,000 people and was constructed in 1980. The park is one of the few that not only has a stadium but also a training ground and running track. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium here acts as one of the home grounds for the Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo football team, with the other being Sapporo Dome. Other facilities at the stadium include a training room, exercise classes, plus an indoor running track.
Atsubetsu Park is not only home to the stadium and athletes, but it serves as a recreational space for the locals in the area. You can find this park a good place to take a stroll, or a run to keep fit. There is a track that surrounds the park. Others take advantage of the benches and grass area to relax. In the park, there is a memorial plaza, a wall fountain plus a large sculpture that pinpoints the main entrance. For those wishing to take the bus from the station, you can take the Chuo Bus 66, or 67. Get off at Hiraoka 9-jo 3-chome and walk for 5 minutes.
|Admission||Depending on show
Usually from ¥1000 - ¥8000 per ticket
|Opening Hours||Depending on show|
|Notes||Concert hall, no parking, public transport available (near subway station), restaurant plus bar inside|
|Located in Nakajima Park. The hall is a 5 minute walk from Nakajima Koen subway station.
1-15 Nakajimakoen, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-0931
There are only a couple of concert halls in the city of Sapporo where you can see some great musicians and orchestras. The Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara is one of the best in the city and is synonymous with beautiful music. The venue can be found in the heart of Nakajima Park which is a beautiful and tranquil spot in itself. The concert hall mainly known as ‘Kitara’ was established in 1997. It is not only famous for its sound, but in the main concert hall there is a huge pipe organ which was built by Alfred Kern &Fils Manufacture D’Orgues.
The pipe organ is modelled after the needle leaved trees of Hokkaido and has an impressive 4,976 pipes. Every year an exclusive organ player is invited from overseas to play. The concert hall consists a large main hall, a small chamber music hall, and rehearsal rooms. There is also a nursery room, restrooms, and museum shop located in the building. The large arena style hall has seating for up 2,008 audience members. To buy tickets and look at the monthly schedule, simply click on their website www.kitara-sapporo, where you can order online. If you are in the mood for a bit of classical music and a great show, Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara is a great hall!
|¥1580 - ¥2580 Spotcha (all other sports & activities)
¥310 - ¥360 Darts per 30minutes or ¥1190 to ¥1340 free time
¥590 - ¥730 Bowling per game
¥310 - ¥460 Karaoke per 30 minutes or ¥890 to ¥2050 free time
¥310 - ¥470 Billiards per 30 minutes or ¥990 to ¥1420 free time
|Opening Hours||10:00 - 6:00 (in the morning)
Sapporo Susukino location open all day
No admission after 22:00 for under 18s
011-733-8801 North ward
|Notes||Amusement and game centre. Darts, billiards, bowling, karaoke, indoor tennis, basketball, archery, indoor skating rink, archery, table tennis, futsal, volleyball, batting practice, rodeo|
|3 locations in the city of Sapporo in north ward, central ward, and shiroishi ward.
1 location in the city of Asahikawa.
Round One is a well known spot that is a popular place for families, groups of friends and dates. There are three Round One establishments in the city of Sapporo, with one being located in central Asahikawa. All the Round One buildings are huge as there is a lot to do inside them! They all have plenty of parking and are three to four floors high. In the middle of the round one centre is a large skating rink that is used for inline skating, scooters, and they have segway lessons there! There are two options once inside, a flat rate to use all the courts & spaces, or you can pay for just one activity or sport.
The individual spaces that can be rented include billiards, darts, bowling, and karaoke. Patrons can book for every thirty minutes or for an unlimited time flat rate. All the prices vary depending on age and and what time of day or night you are visiting. There is so much to do at round one, you will never be bored! If sports aren’t your thing, then you can enjoy the vast game centre here, playing video games on the machines. And of course, to make any visit memorable, they have the photo booths (knowns as Purikura) to capture those special moments.
(Avg. cost per person)
|¥700 per hour - darts & billiards (weekdays)
¥800 per hour - darts & billiards (weekends)
¥4000 per hour - Golf simulation
|Opening Hours||Mon to Fri - 15:00 to 5:00
Weekends - 13:00 to 5:00
|Notes||Golf simulator, billiards tables, electronic darts
Credit cards accepted,
Smoking, ATM, Wi-fi,
Party plan, all you can drink available
Booking ahead recommended for weekends
|2 minute walk from Susukino station. Top floor of Norbesa building, under the ferris wheel. 6th floor
Hokkaido, Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku Minami 3-jo Nishi 5-Chome 1-1 NORBESA 6th floor
If you are looking for some billiards, darts, or even to have an indoor golf game, then the ‘Golf & Darts Bar’ is for you. It can be easily found on the 6th floor of the Norbesa Building in Sapporo. Simply look for the giant ferris wheel on top of the building. The ‘Golf & Darts Bar’ is next to the ‘Dinos Bowling’. The bar has three billiard tables, five electronic dart machines, and two large golf simulators. It’s a great spot for parties and groups, there is a bar there and a small food menu. Party plans are available for groups, plus there is an ‘all you can drink’ option.
There are two kinds of party plans, the first being a ‘darts & all you can drink plan’ for ninety minutes which will cost ¥2600 per person. The other being the ‘billiards & all you can drink plan’ for ninety minutes. This course will cost each person ¥2700. It is wise to book ahead, especially for the billiard tables as there are only three of these. The drink menu includes beer on tap, Coronas, and Carlsberg. There is a whiskey menu that accompanies this. There is also a cocktail menu and for shots, Jägermeister!
|Ice Skating Admission||￥810 Adults
￥290 High school students
Free for junior high and under
|Tennis Courts||￥690 weekdays
|Circuit Training||￥1120 Adults
￥730 High school students
|Notes||Parking available from April 29 - November 3
(charged on weekends and holidays)
8 tennis courts
4 futsal courts
Outdoor ice-skating rink
|25 minute drive from central Sapporo. 25 minute walk from Makomanai subway station or take bus number 90, 95, 96, 97 from Makomanai subway station, get off at 'Makomanai Stadium' stop, walk 4 minutes on foot.
3-1 Makomanaikōen, Minami-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaidō 005-0017
The Makomanai Sekisui Heim Stadium was opened in 1971 and was the stadium used for the opening ceremony for the 11th Winter Olympic Games that were held in Sapporo in 1972! During the games it was used in tandem with the Makomanai Indoor Stadium which is also located in Makamonai park. The stadium can accommodate up to 17,300 people. Since this piece of history, the stadium is open to the general public for sports and events that are held throughout the year.
During the summer, the stadium has eight tennis courts and four futsal courts that can be rented. The stadium can be hired out, for a price, so it is not rare to see occasional events that are held for kids, or for concerts, or exhibitions that are organized here. During the winter, there is an outdoor skating rink that is open. This a lot of fun for couples, friends or families, where you can strap on some skates and do laps around in the stadium. There is also a training room, sports classes, folk dance, tai chi, infant physical education classes, and a parent-child sports club, showers, and changing rooms. There is a lot to do here!
￥540 groups of 15 or more
￥450 over 65
Free for 15 and under
|Opening Hours||9:00 - 18:00 April 29 to November 3
9:30 - 19:00 November 4 to April 28
|1274 Miyanomori, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi
The Sapporo Olympic Museum can be found near the foot of the Okurayama Ski Jump. With a joint ticket to both of these venues makes for a great day out, with friends or with the family! The construction of the museum was completed in December 1999, and opened to the public on April 22, 2000. The museum is three stories and contains a number of photographs, memorabilia from previous Olympics, media content, and interactive exhibits which are a lot of fun!
The museum has a lot of memorabilia dating a\back a hundred years, though the signage is all in Japanese. There are some great interactive exhibits. Try the simulated ski jump and see if you can beat the record! The staff who operates the simulation speaks English will explain the method of jumping. Other simulations include the cross country skiing, the bob sled, speed skating, and the ice-hockey, where you can compete aginst each other or try and beat the clock. All are a lot of fun, not only for the kids, but for adults alike!