Odori Park

Odori Park

Many locals gather at Odori Park to eat lunch and take walks. Experience the seasons through flower beds, trees, and events carried out at the park.

Odori Park is an oasis with 92 types of trees including lilacs and elm stands located in the middle of a business district. On its lawns and around its fountains, one can find locals and tourists alike relaxing. Odori Park is called a park, but it’s really a street. In 1871, a firebreak, which cuts central Sapporo into is northern and southern parts, was built. The firebreak became Shiribeshi Dori, which was renamed Odori. Odori Park, which is usually a very calm and relaxed space, is also used for many of Hokkaido’s best-known seasonal events, such as the Snow Festival in the winter, Lilac Festival in the spring, YOSAKOI Soran Festival and beer garden in the summer, and Autumn Festival, which brings together various Hokkaido cuisines, in the fall.

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Event Calendar
FEBRUARYSapporo Snow Festival
MAYSapporo Lilac Festival
JUNESapporo Lilac Festival
YOSAKOI Soran Festival
JULYFukushi-kyosan Sapporo Odori Beer Garden
Sapporo City Jazz
Sapporo Summer Festival
AUGUSTFukushi-kyosan Sapporo Odori Beer Garden
Sapporo City Jazz
Sapporo Summer Festival
SEPTEMBERSapporo Autumn Fest 2019
NOVEMBERGerman Christmas Market in Sapporo
DECEMBERGerman Christmas Market in Sapporo

Odori Park

Address
Odori Nishi 1-chome ~ Odori Nishi 12-chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo
Closed
Year-end through New Year holidays(Information Center & Official Shop 10:00-16:00)
Telephone
011-251-0438
Website
http://www.sapporo-park.or.jp/odori/en/
Access
In front of Odori Station on the Subway Namboku, Tozai and Toho lines
In front of Nishi Juitchome Station on the Subway Tozai Line
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