The display of all the posters they have historically used was also very interesting.
2 of the party left at this point, leaving the 1 remaining girl (E-san from hereon) and myself to sightsee the Former Hokkaidou Government Office Building and the Sapporo click tower.
E-san and I parted ways here and I went to check out Oodoori Park, then had beef sinew miso ramen.
It was okay, but I didn't like beef sinew much.
After that I checked in at a capsule hotel.
After checking in I went to the Chitosezuru sake museum, but they only do tours on weekends so I ended up just sampling various sakes and buying a bottle for a souveneer.
After returning to the hotel, I got the man on reception to tell me where I could eat soup currey - one of Sapporo's specialties - and went there to eat dinner.
It was very tasty, but the system was you choose from 1-5 how spicey you want it. I chose 3.5 and it was a bit too spicey, if I get another chance I think I'll go for about 2.
I then returned to the hotel, took a bath and slept!
On the 3rd day I used the train and a bus to visit "Sapporo Artpark"
In the art gallery I took my time to appreciate various pictures of (mostly Hokkaidou) wildlife.
I then went to the outdoor gallery and looked at lots of sculptures amidst lots of nature while listening to explanations from a volunteer lady doing tours.
On the way back I checked out Nakajima park and the Japanese garden inside the grounds.
It was a beautiful and relaxing place.
I ate salt ramen in "ramen sidestreet" then walked around night time Oodoori park before returning to the capsule hotel.