The best sweets in Hokkaido
Japan is world famous for its confectionery, and certainly in Japan nowhere deserves the title of "sweet kingdom" more than Hokkaido.
In addition to enjoying, visitors can now explore the factories that produce Hokkaido's best confectionery. There are parks, amusement parks and many other services for visitors to spend a full day!
From a confectionery factory to a “mini train” – Shiroi Koibito Park
2 slices of crispy cat tongue cake sandwiched with a layer of white chocolate cream in the middle. If you've ever tasted Ishiya's famous Ishiya brand's Shiroi Koibito, you'll understand why it's one of the prefecture's most popular souvenirs.
Want to know where these “delicious” cakes are made? Visit Shiroi Koibito Park in Nishi Ward, Sapporo Prefecture to see first-hand the baking process at a production line that is always open to the public!
Chocolate factory right in the airport?
The famous Royce brand is known for its premium chocolate products and is especially proud of its maccha (green tea), au lait and wine flavors. Amazingly, you can visit the souvenir shop and factory area of Royce' Chocolate World as soon as you get off the plane at New Chitose Airport in Sapporo.
As soon as you enter, visitors will be amazed by the scale of the factory, where the famous Japanese production method and delicious confectionery are one. Opposite the workshop is an exhibition on the history of chocolate and its varieties around the world.
More than just a place to relax while waiting for a plane, Royce' Chocolate World is a worthwhile destination for travelers to choose to fly to this Chitose airport!
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