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Sapporo Mitsukoshi

[Tax-Free Shop]

Department store directly connected to Odori Station.
Offering an abundant quantity of goods including cosmetics, watches and specialty brands, as well as food goods suitable for lunch, side dishes or gifts.

Directly connected to exit 12 of the Odori Station


There is a 5% discount guest card issued at the tax-free counter (main building 2nd floor) aimed at foreign visitors to Japan.
※Not for use with some purchases


1F:Cosmetic products floor




“Fortune coin” is given when you show the screen of your smartphone at the tax-free counter.
※Limited quantity



Address3-8, Minami-1-jonishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo
Tel011-271-3311
Business hoursFrom 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
But from main building B2F 2nd floor and the north building until 7:30 p.m.
Regular closed dayJanuary 1
wifiAvailable
Correspondence languageJapanese English Chinese 
Credit card that can be used

Map of surrounding areas




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