We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Excellent option to see the Japanese culture by typical architecture.
The historical village is a nice place to visit in Sapporo, the buildings have food maintenance and you can have a fun morning day.
The terrific local guide we had the day before told us to take the train to Shin-Sapporo station instead of the subway. The train goes nonstop while the subway makes many stops, she said. There are frequent trains because this is the line to the...More
The historical village is much better than the museum in my opinion. Relatively easy to get to by travelling from Sapporo on the JR line to Shin Rincoen . If you are unsure just ask or show people a picture of where you want to...More
An excellent historical stop, must see for any traveler visiting Hokkaido to learn more about its history. The horse-drawn trolleys are cute, and the buildings are authentic historic structures moved to this park for preservation. The exceptions are the entrance hall and visitor center, which...More
Not a popular foreign tourist site , so most of them are local who teach their youngster about their ancient history, about most of the villager live.
most of the houses looks and feel so ancient , but few of them feel very artificial..
Had a great time here. Had lunch at restaurant - good and very reasonable prices. Walked around all afternoon!
From Shin-sapporo JR follow bus terminal signs. 22 bus
departs from clearly marked stop #10. But others do too so be sure to get on the...More
We've been to several villages like this all over the world, and I love them. This one ranks right up there. We spent a few hours walking and absorbing info. We also did the loop "backwards" so that we did more of the longer walks...More
I was at Shinrinkoen and discovered the signboard indicated 900 meters to Historical Village. I walked from Shinrinkoen and took me about 20-25 minutes.
It was delighted to see so many old buildings which the same as the original design. The bodied zooms separated to...More
My husband is a wheelchair user. Take the bus '22' (wheelchair-friendly) from Shin-sapporo subway. The bus stops at the village itself. There is a slope to push the wheelchair to the entrance.
There are a few zones, such as, the Town, Fishing, Mountain. My husband...More
This is such an awesome place with old buildings that have been moved here. They have fishing, mountain and business districts each representing the living of those areas long time ago. The areas is huge, and you can spend anywhere from an hour to a...More
Yes, there is a ramp up to the village. If you look on googlemap satellite view, you will note a long ramp on the left side of the building when facing the parking lot. The ramp goes to the building from the bus stop... More
Yes, there is a ramp up to the village. If you look on googlemap satellite view, you will note a long ramp on the left side of the building when facing the parking lot. The ramp goes to the building from the bus stop. Most of the village you will be able to see from the outside of the buildings without any problem as the streets are paved. However, the mountain village portion of the village is up and down trails and is not wheelchair friendly. I do not recall any buildings that have ramps allowing access to the interiors. To enter most buildings, guests must take their shoes off, thus preserving the floors and allowing an authentic experience of the interior of a Japanese house. A few buildings have dirt or concrete floors that do not require shoes to be removed.
From Moerenuma Park, walk to bus stop Moerunuma Koen Higashiguchi (Molrenuma Park East Entrance) and ride Chuo Bus 69 or 79 to the bus terminal next to the Kanjo Dori Higashi Subway Station. Take the subway to Sapporo... More
From Moerenuma Park, walk to bus stop Moerunuma Koen Higashiguchi (Molrenuma Park East Entrance) and ride Chuo Bus 69 or 79 to the bus terminal next to the Kanjo Dori Higashi Subway Station. Take the subway to Sapporo station and transfer and transfer to JR trains and take the train to Shin Sapporo station. (Alternatively, take the subway an additional stop to the Odori station and transfer to the yellow Tozai line and ride to Shin Sapporo subway station, where you will find the bus platforms by the Shin Sapporo JR station).
Upon arrival at Shin Sapporo station, take bus No 22 at bus platform 10 outside the JR station. The Historical Village is the last stop on the bus route. The bus is a JR bus, so you can use a rail pass if you have one.
It seems like there should be a more direct bus route, but I don' t see it.
Hi there, i am not sure whether there are any regulations but i saw people taking video for Japanese costumes album
my advise is better for you to make enquiries directly with the authority concern.