In August last year, we spent six days road tripping around the Northernmost Japanese island of Hokkaido inAutumn. Our trip started and ended at the New Chitose Airport, and was focused around the Central and Eastern regions of the island plus the capital, Sapporo. If you are thinking about spending some time exploring Hokkaido, don’t
Our next stop in Sapporo, after visiting Ishiya Chocolate Factory at Shiroi Koibito Park was the Mount Okura Ski Jump Stadium, officially, Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium and also known as Okurayama-Schanze. This massive (at least to us) ski jump is perhaps most well known from the 1972 Sapporo Winter Olympics.
Hey everyone, it’s Matt from Still as Life, and I’m super excited to share this amazing place with you! In all honesty, it is my absolute favourite place in Sapporo on Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido. Question Have you ever felt like you were Charlie in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory? If so, where? Let me know
G’day everyone, in today’s blog, we are going to visit Moerenuma Park in Sapporo’s North East, the #1 rated thing to do in Sapporo , and one of the places we visited during our Hokkaido 6-day road trip. Before we jump into it though, I’ve got a question for you: When you are travelling and
This is an important question and can actually be a bit confusing because, in Australia, all our power outlets have a ground even if the appliance doesn’t use it. In Japan though, there are actually two kinds of electrical outlet: grounded and non-grounded. The grounded outlet can accept both grounded and non-grounded appliances. The non-grounded