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Streetcar in Hokkaido

Streetcars run south of Odori Park through the city's well known places, such as Tanukikoji, Susukino, and Nakajima Park. The streetcar route includes 23 stops, of which seven stops are connected to either of ...

Taxi in Hokkaido

Taxis await at train and subway stations, or at hotels. At Sapporo Station, there are taxi lanes provided in front of the South and North exits. Or call a taxi company to be picked up, no charge for pickup ...

Bus in Hokkaido

Knowing the bus systems in Hokkaido helps move around from place to place. Finding addresses in Sapporo is easy, for the city is organized in the grid system. The addresses in downtown Sapporo read North/South ...

Car in Hokkaido

By far the most convenient way of getting around sparsely populated Hokkaido is by renting a car. This is especially so when visiting some of the national parks or onsen resorts. However, visitors not used to ...

Getting By ferry

Ferries are mostly popular among people bringing their own cars to Hokkaido.  Ferries from Hakodate link to northern ports in Tohoku, including the Shimokita Peninsula.  Otaru provides links to ...

Getting By train

Trains in Japan are consistently fast and accurate in addition to comfortable rides. Trains in Hokkaido are no exception. Hokkaido Rail Pass offers for non-Japanese unlimited rides on any JR Hokkaido lines for ...

Getting By plane

Sapporo's Chitose Airport is Hokkaido's sole international gateway of significance, with flights to Hong Kong, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul and Busan. However, there are only limited ...
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