Sapporo Station

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Sapporo Station is the main train station for Hokkaido’s capital city. It is a central travel hub for many travelers to Hokkaido, thanks to being 40-minutes by train from Hokkaido’s main airport at New Chitose. By 2031, the Hokkaido Shinkansen line will be extended from its current Hakodate terminus, making train travel from Tokyo possible (information as of March 2022).



Sapporo Station, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0806 (Directions)


5:30 - 23:45 Open Now

Opening Hours

Monday 5:30 - 23:45
Tuesday 5:30 - 23:45
Wednesday 5:30 - 23:45
Thursday 5:30 - 23:45
Friday 5:30 - 23:45
Saturday 5:30 - 23:45
Sunday 5:30 - 23:45
Holidays 5:30 - 23:45

Phone Number



General Amenities

  • Information Counter
  • Restroom
  • Shops
  • Lost and Found
  • Coin lockers


  • Barrier-free access
  • Multi-purpose toilet


Sapporo Station can be reached in 40-min by train from New Chitose Airport to the south-east.

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