Chisun Grand Sapporo

Address: 5 Minami 8 Jo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 064-0808, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Nakajima Koen Station area of Sapporo, is near Odori Park, Clock Tower (Tokei-dai), Susukino, and Sapporo TV Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Sapporo

    Japanese club activities (部活)

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Mar 04, 2015

    ... these days they miss bukatsu. Though that may because it's been substituted for longer hours at work. But one of my mates says he absolutely enjoyed playing soccer (football...) every single day of the week for years. I asked "Didn't you ever get tired or bored?" and he said, "Why would I? I love soccer."

    Some may argue that bukatsu is forced fun they are having as they basically have to turn up and can't miss a practice. But if you've actually joined a bukatsu club as ...

    On my way to Sapporo

    A travel blog entry by tellthestoryeve on Aug 05, 2014

    ... speaks Russian to me and ask me lots of question. Of course I don't speak any Russian accept from 'spasibo' what means thank you. So I tried to explain my situation in English. The Russian lady started almost shouting at me because I couldn't answer her question. She sent me back.

    I waited for about 15 minutes when someone from the army appeared and signed me to come with him. Then we started a scary trip through the building. He opened many doors and behind ...


    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Mar 13, 2014

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    ... The orchestra suddenly came to life and the doors opened. In came sannensei. Eyes forward, hands down by the side and moving in sync with everyone else. It was almost military. A few of the cooler guys caught my eye and let out a little sly smile. But the orchestra! Man alive! Students I see every day are there playing the most incredible music as if it's nothing. A full orchestra too. Much bigger than our ones back home. The kids playing were 12-14 ...

    Holidays in Japan!! Hummer Article

    A travel blog entry by olivianiosi on Jan 06, 2014

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    ... American, just like KFC.
    Besides the odd meal, most Christmas traditions are similar. Very few Japanese people are Christian, so the Nativity Story is not included, they celebrate for the fun and cuteness of it.The Christmas tree is usually a small reusable plastic one, no one cuts their own tree. Another small difference that may be big for some people, is that you only recieve one present from Santa and one from ...

    The Wilds of Shiretoko to the Calm of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Dec 06, 2013

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    ... that seemed to be the main industry here besides some Japanese tourists.

    It is so funny, I was often in these places taking photos of nature while the locals were taking photos of me. After a nice walk around this little town, my Mercedes driver took me to the edge of town where I would have a better chance to get a ride. There was a bus but I was
    having too much fun hitchhiking to give that up. Every driver who picked me up followed the same pattern. Again, it ...