How to go from Kushiro to Sapporo?

  • Published on : 14/02/2018
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The route between Kushiro and Sapporo is covered by the beautiful blue, green and red Super Ozora Limited Express Train.

0 KM - Kushiro Station

104 KM - 1H15 - Ikeda Station

Known locally for its wine and dairy products. You can sample the local wine at Ikeda Wine Castle. You can also walk along the fields to Happiness Dairy, to sample some local ice cream.

128 KM - 1H35 - Obihiro Station

In Obihiro area enjoy a bath in Tokachi-onsen hot springs and visit the beautiful lake Shikaribetsu.

From Kushiro to Sapporo
Kushiro Station, gateway to the Kushiroshitsugen and Akan Mashu National Parks
Ikeda, famous for its local wine and dairy products
At Obihiro, enjoy Tokachi-onsen hot springs and the beautiful lake Shikaribetsu
Change at Shintoku Station for Asahikawa, a town known for its buckwheat soba
Minami-Chitose Station, the changing station for the New Chitose Airport
Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido, known for its skiing area and snow festival
A map of the itinerary

172 KM  - 2H05 - Shintoku Station

You will need to change here to continue the journey to Asahikawa on a local train. The town is known for buckwheat soba (noodles).

307 KM - 3H30 - Minami-Chitose Station

Change here to the New Chitose Airport Station, the JR Station for the New Chitose Airport.

352 KM - 4H - Sapporo Station



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