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James Pritty

Born in England. He became interested in Japan when he was a student and studied Japanese by himself. He has lived in Sapporo since 2004. He now operates an English conversation café & school in Sapporo, and occasionally appears as a reporter and narrator for TV programs. His hobbies are reading, karaoke, hiking and bird watching.

  • No.04
    Moerenuma Park, Sapporo’s iconic art park, was designed by world-famous sculptor Isamu Noguchi. The expansive site includes a wide variety of art, fountains, and more. Visitors will enjoy beautiful sights combining the wonders of nature and art. We’ll also report from Yoshiyama Shoten, one of Sapporo’s most famous ramen restaurants, located about 15 minutes by car from Moerenuma Park.
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  • No.03
    Introducing Sapporo gourmet food! You can enjoy various kinds of fish in sushi, and you can also enjoy talking with the chef. We also recommend restaurants where you can enjoy beer from various regions. It is necessary to eat ramen at the end of the meal in Sapporo.
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  • No.02
    Sapporo beer, a local beer in Sapporo! This beer garden has a museum where you can see the history of its birth. At the attached restaurant, you can eat “JINGISUKAN”, which is made by grilling sheep meat on a special iron plate. Advance reservation is recommended. The Sapporo gourmet “JINGISUKAN” is definitely something you should eat.
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  • No.01
    In Japan, very spiritual and sacred locations such as Hokkaido Shrine (Hokkaido Jingu) are often known as “power spots”, and if you visit, you’ll understand why.
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