Susukino at night

Susukino is Japan's largest entertainment district north of Tokyo. It is packed with stores, bars, restaurants, karaoke shops, pachinko parlors and red light establishments. Of special interest to noodle lovers is the Ramen Yokocho, a narrow lane lined with shops serving Sapporo's famous ramen.

In February, Susukino serves as a site of the Snow Festival, hosting an ice sculpture competition.

Ramen Yokocho

Access

Susukino Station is one stop from Odori Station (one minute, 200 yen, frequent departures) and two stops from Sapporo Station (three minutes, 200 yen, frequent departures) on the Nanboku Subway Line.

How to get to and around Sapporo

Hotels around Sapporo

Recommended Hotels
Air Terminal Hotel
Hotel conveniently located inside Shin-Chitose Airport.
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JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo
Very popular hotel inside the tower that rises above Sapporo Station.
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Keio Plaza Hotel Sapporo
One of the best values in town, the Keio Plaza is located just a short walk from Sapporo Station.
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Richmond Hotel Sapporo Ekimae
Reliable business hotel, a five minute walk from Sapporo Station.
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Page last updated: March 2, 2017