Sapporo Dome

Sapporo Dome


The capital of Japan’s northern island the fifth largest city, Sapporo’s spacious boulevards and open park space stand in stark contrast to the more hemmed in, even cramped districts of other cities a person could mention. The cosmopolitan feel and a cafe culture here are perhaps more reminiscent of Paris or Milan than ultramodern Japan. The city is renowned for its parks and the richness of nature surrounding. Sapporo’s Odori-koen Park bisecting the city make for a pleasant stroll indeed, and another popular tourist destination is the Sapporo Beer Garden & Museum, site of the first Sapporo Brewery. This is a great city and will be a wonderful place to explore, even if only for a short time. When eating in Sapporo, do be sure to make the most of Hokkaido’s fresh vegetables and fine seafood, and to get a little feel for how folks stay cozy here through the long snowy winter. We recommend donburi rice bowls topped with all range of goodness, or a spicy soup curry, or pretty much anything with crab!

Home to Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters Baseball
& Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo Football Teams

Completed 2001

Capacity 41,580

Access  It’s thirteen minutes from Sapporo Station on the Toho Subway Line to Fukuzumi Station, and from there a ten-minute walk to Sapporo Dome.
A taxi from JR Sapporo Station takes about thirty minutes. From Chitose Airport it’s 45 minutes away by highway bus, or an hour by train and subway.

Unique Japan Rugby Tour participants can access our chartered shuttles to and from your scheduled matches and our pre- or post-match parties.


Pool C Match 2

England v Tonga
nd September (Sun)
19:15 Kick-off


Pool D Match 1

Australia v Fiji
21st September (Sat)
13:45 Kick-off

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