Odori Park is a sanctuary of green in Sapporo's city center that goes through the city. It serves as the best place from which to begin exploring this destination. Hokkaidō Shrine is also one of the country's most visited Shinto religious sites. Next to Maruyama Park, this shrine became more popular after it was dedicated to the soul of Emperor Meiji.
EVENTS & FESTIVALS
The Sapporo Snow Festival is a very famous festival that is held over seven days in Sapporo, Japan on February. The Odori Park, Susukino, and Tsudome are the main sites of this festival. This is one of the largest and most distinctive winter events aside from Asahikawa Winter Festival which is the largest winter festival.
TOURS & WALKS
The Historic Village of Hokkaido is known for its four different sections: a town, fishing village, farm village and a mountain village. Also for its open air museum in the suburbs of Sapporo that exhibits about 60 typical buildings from all over Hokkaido.
The most widely spoken language in Sapporo is Japanese, In addition to the Japanese language, Ryukyuan languages are spoken in Okinawa and parts of Kagoshima in the Ryukyu Islands.