MOVIE

Neil’s
Sapporo Trip
No.06
Sapporo famous shopping arcade is Tanuki Koji also known as “Ponpoco Champs-Élysées” The covered arcade is 7 blocks long and about 1 kilometer in length! In this episode I uncover a few hidden gems and do my best to highlight some of the main features along the historical shopping street!
Neil Hartmann

In 1991, Hokkaido’s superb powder snow tempted Neil to make the move to Hokkaido from California, USA. After working as an MC for snowboarding television programs, he now promotes Hokkaido winter lifestyles through media such as photography and video based out of Jozankei, Sapporo.

  • No.01
    There is a lot to see and do in the village of Jozankei Onsen! Hot springs, shopping, hotels, trekking, canoe tours, and much more!
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  • No.02
    When you visit Sapporo you will not want to miss a visit to Shikotsu lake, the gem of the Shikotsu Toya national park
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  • No.03
    Sapporo city has 6 ski resorts and Sapporo Kokusai is the largest and highest elevation among them. Great snow quality, courses for all levels, and all this set deep in the mountains of the Shikotsu Toya National park! A great one day trip from the city of Sapporo!
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  • No.04
    Sapporo Teine ski resort will always be my favorite spot for quality snowboarding and skiing close to the city of Sapporo. With its north facing aspect the snow quality is always great and the mountain has a lot of interesting history as one of the sites during the 1972 Winter Olympic games!
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  • No.05
    Sapporo Moiwa is truly the icon of this northern city. The ski area and courses built into the mountain make it a unique spot to ski when you visit. Night skiing provides a great view of the city below!
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  • No.06
    Sapporo’s famous shopping arcade is Tanuki Koji, also known as “Ponpoco Champs-Élysées”. The covered arcade is 7 blocks long and about 1 kilometer in length! The original dates back to 1869 when many merchants began setting up shops along the street. You can find many types of shops including some that have been in business for several generations! An eclectic mix of theThe eclectic mix ranges from classic Japanese craft shops to modern fashion and food choices! Tanuki Koji is a great representation of Sapporo and Hokkaido in general. It’s well worth spending a day exploring all the little specialty shops. In this episode I uncover a few hidden gems and do my best to highlight some of the main features along the historical shopping street!
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