Hokkaido Museum

Located in Hokkaido Prefectural natural Park Nopporo Forest Park, or Shinrin Koen, (The designated park which memorialized 100 years of Hokkaido reclamation).

It's a general term for the combined facilities that include, the Hokkaido Museum, the Historical Village of Hokkaido, the Nopporo Forest Park Visitors’ Center, and the Centennial Memorial Tower. Hokkaido Museum pictured.


The front entrance to the Historical Village of Hokkaido.

Nopporo Forest Park Visitors’ Center.

The Centennial Memorial Tower.

Commemorating 100 years of Hokkaido reclamation (1968). 2018 is the year marking 150th year anniversary of the Hokkaido reclamation.
53-2 Atsubetsucho Konopporo, Atsubetsu-ku, Sapporo-shi
From the subway Tozai Line Shinsapporo Station, from the New Sapporo Bus Terminal North Lane Station No. 10, take the JR Hokkaido bus to the village and get off at Nopporo Forest Park or get off at the Hokkaido Museum or get off at the Hokkaido Museum of Natural Monuments.
business hours
9:30a.m.~5:00p.m. (May to Sept.)
9:30a.m.~4:30p.m. (Oct. to April)
Please enter by 30 minutes before the museum closes
*Opening hours vary by weather
closed day
Every Monday
(the following weekday if Monday is a holiday or substitute holiday)
New Year holidays (Dec. 29 to Jan. 3)
There may be other special museum closures.
other information
Adults: 1,200yen Students: 700yen

* Business days and hours are subject to change due to the influence of Novel Cornavirus (COVID-19).

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