Takino Suzuran Hillside National Park

While being in a great location of only 40 minutes by car from the center of Sapporo, the very large site in an area of rich nature feels perfectly spacious.
This spot is highly recommended for those who want to be refreshed in a place away from the bustle of big cities!


<Come see the four seasons of Takino!>

Spring(April-May) Summer(June-August) Autumn(September-November) Winter(December-March)


The east gate is recommended for visiting the central zone.





Winter(from the end of December to March)

Winter Takino changes into Snow world!


A notable activity of the Takino Snow world, is the 200 meter tube sledding.


Let’s walk the beautiful snowy virgin forest in snow shoes as we like!


Ashiribetsu Falls flows from a height of 26 meters, in late January you can see a magnificent icefall!






When Golden Week ends each year, Glaucidium palmatum begins to bloom.


In late May, tulips come in full bloom.


There is beauty that will bring a sigh as you gaze upon the picturesque view full of colors.


The lily of the valley is in full bloom in the beginning of June.






You will feel healed by the trees and flowers when you take a walk through the country garden in the early summer when it is full of green.






Purple allium and catnips color a hill over the beginning of July from the end of June.


Roll a colossal big ball of one point of diameter 2 meters at the slope of a very large lawn!


Jumping up and down on the soft and fluffy cushion that looks like a huge egg is the best feeling!


Don’t miss the Takino Forest Festival held every summer!






The cosmos greets in full bloom from the middle of September.


In mid October the kochia scoparia changes from fluffy green to its original bulky red.


It is a special experience thoroughly enjoying the colored leaves while taking a walk through the narrow path of the forest in the season when the autumn wind is refreshing.


Let’s enjoy the wonderful colored leaves with an enchanted mouse!


AddressTakino247, Minami-ku, Sapporo-shi
Tel+81-11-592-3333 (Contact about general park use)
Business hoursWinter (12/23-3/31)

Spring (4/20-5/31)

Summer (6/1-8/31)

Autumn (9/9-11/10)
Regular closed day4/1-4/19、11/11-12/22
Other information

■ Park entrance fee (regular)
Child Free
Adult (aged 15 and over) 450yen
Silver (aged 65 and over) 210yen

※ Winter period(December 23-March 31) free entry

■ Bus guide
Ride approximately 30 minutes for Suzuran Koen Higashiguchi Iki, Suzuran Park East Gate, from Makomanai Subway Station on the Namboku line.

■ Facilities

  • Carpark
  • Information corner
  • First-Aid office
  • Light meals, restaurants & kiosks
  • Nursing rooms
  • Multipurpose toilets
  • Suitcase size lockers
  • Free rental wheelchairs and strollers

■ Foreign language pamphlet
Japanese, Chinese, English, Korean, Thai

MAPCODE9 016 404
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Map of surrounding areas


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  • MITSUI OUTLET PARKMITSUI OUTLET PARK Hokkaido's largest class! Weatherproof indoor mall.
  • Tanukikoji Shopping ArcadeTanukikoji Shopping Arcade Shopping zone filled with international tourists.
  • Shiroi Koibito Park Facilities focusing on the tour of the Shiroi Koibito production line (production line tour is charged).
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  • Gotenzan ParkGotenzan Park Multi-purpose park in the quarry ruins of Sapporo where you can enjoy both barbecue and sports coming empty-handed.
  • Nakajima ParkNakajima Park Dotted with various landmarks such as the Hoheikan, the Hassoan Tea House, Kitara Sapporo Concert Hall, and Hokkaido Museum of Literature.
  • Asahiyama Memorial ParkAsahiyama Memorial Park The park’s peak, at 137.5 metres (451 ft) above sea level, offers a great panoramic view of Sapporo, and the Sea of Japan beyond.
  • Yurigahara ParkYurigahara Park About 6400 kinds of flowers and plants parks