Sapporo, Japan travel tips

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Grab your Japanese phrasebook and learn a few sentences, they might prove to be useful!

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The Sapporo Clock Tower was built in 1878 and it is one of the most iconic landmarks of the city.

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Art Hotel Sapporo is one of the best hotels in town, amazing service and the staff speaks great English - as expected.

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Weekly Sapporo 2000 & Annex is a pleasant surprise. Low prices, good service, great location. Call or book online!

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Marks Inn Sapporo is a decent last minute alternative if you are in need of a budget accommodation.

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Bring your favorite smartphone or phrasebook and be prepared for some activity!

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Taxi drivers are polite and public transportation, especially trains, are great in Japan.

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Traveling by plane? Try New Chitose Airport as it is the closest one to Sapporo.

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The Sapporo Snow Festival is a great outdoor funfest for the whole family.

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The Sapporo Beer Festival is a great opportunity to taste the local specialties of Japan.

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Earthquakes happen relatively often, avoid heavy objects and look for a safe place.

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A place called “alife” is a great club, although the music selection takes some getting used to!

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Feel like grabbing a beer? Try on of the local brands at TK6 Bar & Grill.

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Japanese cuisine is known all over the world. Try Kushidori, they have good prices and amazing local delicacies.

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Hungry but have no money? Esta is a good alternative, give it a try.

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Karaoke began its journey from Japan. Give it a go, even if you are shy! Alcohol helps, trust me.

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Traveling to Japan is a very safe experience as the locals are helpful and very kind.

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Japan has all the four seasons, with warm summers and cold winters. Check the weather before you travel!

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"Good evening" is "oyasumi nasai".

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Never tip in Japan, they do not know this concept and will feel awkward.

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