We’ve compiled the best of the best in Hokkaido - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples

    Educational Institution

    Hokkaido is the southermost point of the northern community of the Ainu. This museum's delightful exhibits link the polar indigenous people...Read More

  • 2. Nibutani Ainu Culture Museum

    Educational Institution

    An excellent resource for information about the Ainu, this museum remains sadly unknown to many Japanese. Ainu artifacts, such as shoes of salmon...Read More

  • 3. Abashiri Prison Museum


    Spartan cells line the central corridors in five wooden prison blocks, showing how the convicts who built much of early Hokkaido lived out their...Read More

  • 4. Hokkaido Kaitaku no Mura

    Atsubetsu-ku | Educational Institution

    Step back into 19th-century Hokkaido and see the herring-fleet dormitory, where 60 fishermen appear to have just folded up their futons and...Read More

  • 5. Hokkaido Museum

    Atsubetsu-ku | Museum/Gallery

    From woolly mammoth molars to bulky 1950s home electronics, the history of Hokkaido is meticulously exhibited here in glass-topped cases—it...Read More

  • 6. Kanemori Akarenga


    On the cobbled waterfront of Motomachi, the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouses now bustle with shops, bars, and restaurants. Enjoy harbor cruises...Read More

  • 7. Kayano Shigeru Nibutani Ainu Museum

    Educational Institution

    This small but important museum puts a spotlight on Ainu clothing and other items used in sacred rites, all of it collected by the late prominent...Read More

  • 8. Kazan Kagaku-kan


    A rumbling sound track and shaking floors re-create the area's 1977 and 2000 volcanic eruptions in this small information center. Although there...Read More

  • 9. Motomachi


    Overlooking the western bay at the foot of Mt. Hakodate is a 2-square-km (1-square-mile) area of wide, sloping brick- and stone-paved streets...Read More

  • 10. Sapporo Beer Garden and Museum

    Higashi-ku | Museum/Gallery

    Quaint brick buildings adjacent to a giant shopping mall make up the public face of Sapporo's most famous export. Here you'll find a small museum...Read More

  • 11. Sapporo Olympic Museum

    Chuo-ku | Museum/Gallery

    Leap off a ski jump into the freezing air and land like a pro—or not. In this museum at the base of the Olympic Okura Jump, a realistic simulator...Read More

  • 12. Tokeidai

    Chuo-ku | Library/Archive

    For millions of Japanese, this little white-clapboard Russian-style meetinghouse defines Sapporo. Built in 1878 as the drill hall for students...Read More

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