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Go to the Sapporo Snow Festival


 

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MI've put in my leave

in a few weeks I can book plane tickets.
I will go by myself if I have to! 5 years ago


Mmight've found a crew

now to ask for the tuesday off work. 6 years ago


LynnsanSomething to do in Winter in Japan

Sapporo is a great city and it swells and swells and swells during the snow festival. I lived there five years so I saw my share of these. It doesnt take more than a day to really see everything though. There’s a particular pleasure to seeing the snow festival, having a nice bowl of sapporo ramen or yakitori in a smokey little hole in the wall, and then tossing down a few drinks near or in Suskino. 8 years ago


spiredPop japanese culture plus some impressive displays

It’s a fun show. I recommend going the day before it actually opens because 1) it’s not as crowded 2) the sculptures are actually the best looking. The downsides are that there’s no music/skits going on for some of the sculptures.

Don’t expect lots of high falutin japanese culture. 2005’s display was full of Yong sama (bae yong joo)—I think I counted 18 of him and heard countless non-japanese asking who he was. Otherwise, domo-kun, anpanman, and hello kitty are some of the stars of the show. 9 years ago


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