We Found These Delicious Treats at Sapporo TV Tower’s Souvenir Shop

They're worth going up the tower for!

Sapporo TV Tower Souvenir Shop

1 Odorinishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo City, Hokkaido
Contact: +81-11-241-8555
Open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. (depends on Sapporo TV Tower opening hours)

If you’re going to Sapporo, Japan, you can’t miss going up the Sapporo TV Tower, one of the most famous landmarks in the capital. Their observation deck provides a good view of the Beer Garden in the summer and the Snow Festival in the winter.

Their souvenir shop, located on the third floor, is also full of interesting buys where you’ll find, among other things, treats that are perfect to bring home to family and friends.

Sapporo Okaki Oh! Yakitokibi (¥‎648/pack of 6)

This snack is perfect for sweet corn lovers.

is a rice cracker that tastes just like broiled sweet corn. A few bites will remind you of the sweetness and aroma of broiled sweet corns found in the food trucks in Sapporo’s Odori Park. It’s produced by YOSHIMI, a Japanese company known for their restaurants and confectionery items, and is only available in Hokkaido.

Jaga Pokkuru (¥‎ 885/pack of 10)

This crisp and light potato snack is a popular buy among tourists.

Unlike other snacks, Jagga Pokkuru has a unique light texture. This crunchy snack is popular among tourists and locals alike. It is seasoned with just the right amount of salt and the potato skins are left unpeeled to keep them nutritious.

Shiroi Koibito (¥‎ 576/pack of 9)

Have your friends and family back home taste this delicious snack Hokkaido is proud of.

Shiroi Koibito is the Ishiya confectionery’s bestseller. The crispy light texture of langue de chat cookies and the smooth mild taste of the white chocolate create a perfect balance of texture and flavor.

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Provided by Japan Walker™, Hokkaido Walker™ (10 August 2017)

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