Stuff Your Face With Japan’s LARGEST Ice Cream at Yukijirushi Parlor In Hokkaido

We all scream for Hokkaido ice cream

They always say bigger is better right? We definitely agree when it comes to ice cream! Sink your teeth into Japan’s LARGEST ice cream sundae and load up on that sugar high. The Yukijirushi Parlor (Snow Brand Parlor), run by one of the largest dairy companies in Japan and is surely worth the visit.  Read on to find out what to expect at this ice cream paradise!

Dream Jumbo Parfait

Dream jumbo parfait
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The Dream Jumbo Parfait is one of the most iconic eats of the Yukijirushi Parlor. It’s foundation of agar agar (jelly) and fruits coupled with the layers of Baumukuchen (cake) is already enough to leave you filled to the brim. But of course, the star of the parfait is the 45 scoops of ice cream all around! Are you intimidated by this humongous ice cream parfait yet?

Grab your glutton friends and challenge yourselves to finish this parfait. Do note that this parfait has to be pre-ordered as it takes about 2 hours to prepare! This is still the largest Ice Cream in Japan till today and only Angela Sato the Oogui Big Eater has managed to complete the challenge.

P.S. Klook will not be held responsible for any sugar rush or weight gain.

Price : JPY12,600

I am NO.1

i am no 1 ice cream
For the rest of us with smaller appetites and less daring guts, the I am No.1 parfait is perfect for sharing! At a third of the size of the Dream Jumbo, this 15 scoops of ice cream is just the right amount for you to try the different flavors! Topped with fresh cream made from Hokkaido milk, fruits, cereal, biscuits and strawberry sauce, it’s heaven in a bowl!

Price : JPY4760

3. Snow Royal Special

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Don’t look down on this plain vanilla cone! Deemed fit for royalty, this Snow Royal Special soft serve was made specially for Emperor Hirohito and Empress Kojun on their anniversary visit in 1968. Made solely from pure Hokkaido milk, this dense milky vanilla soft serve will surely leave you wanting more and more.

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Even if you can’t squeeze in the time to visit the Yukijirushi Parlor, you can pick up a tub of the soft serve at the Shin-Chitose Airport! They come packed with 8 hour ice packs so you can have them on your way home.

Klook Fun Fact : Eggs are omitted to achieve a bright white color to resemble the snow in Hokkaido!

Price: JPY770

4. Cream Anmitsu

cream amnitsu

If you’re looking to try a traditional Japanese dessert, sink your teeth into the Cream Anmitsu! This comes with a single scoop of ice cream – we recommend getting the matcha , chewy glutinous rice balls, red Azuki sauce (red bean), plum jelly and chestnuts.

Price: JPY1030

Yukijirushi Parlor

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Address : Sun life Sapporo Building 1F, Kita 2 Nishi 3-1, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido,060-0002
Opening Hours : Monday -Sunday 10:00 – 21:00

Getting there:

By JR train: Alight at the JR Hakodate Main Line Sapporo Station, look for the South exit and Yukijirushi is a 3-minute walk away.

By Subway: Take the Sapporo municipal subway Namboku Line and alight at the Sapporo Station. Come out at exit 9 and your ice cream is a 3-minute walk away!

Hokkaido Essentials

hokkaido jr pass

You’ll definitely need these essentials for your trip to Hokkaido. Travel around Hokkaido hassle-free with your Hokkaido JR Pass! Be sure to check out the Klook guide to conquering Hokkaido with the JR Pass to fully maximize your trip. You’ll also be needing a 4G WiFi device for showing off your bragging rights after completing the giant ice cream challenge.

Eat The Best Of Hokkaido With Your Hokkaido JR Pass and Kitaca Card

Must eats in Hokkaido

There are many very delicious reasons why Hokkaido is coined the culinary capital of Japan. Giant snow crab legs, never ending bowls of ramen and Japanese curry are just some of those reasons. The Klook team tried out some of Hokkaido’s best and most yummy eats so read on to find out where to find these gastronomic paradises and how to use your JR pass or Kitaca card to get there!


1. Sapporo beer garden

Sapporo beer garden
You can’t say you’ve been to Sapporo without chugging a mug of Sapporo beer and there’s no better place for that than the Sapporo beer garden! Located at the iconic Kaitakushi-san building, this nostalgic building is home to Hokkaido’s speciality dish, the Genghis Khan.

genghis khanlamb
Sink your teeth into perfectly grilled lamb bursting with notes of apple and lemon. This dish is of course best paired with a glass or two of draft Sapporo beer! Apart from the grilled lamb, you surely can’t miss the sweet flesh of those Hokkaido crab legs.

sapporo beer buffet
If you’re looking for a feast, be sure to Klook yourself the Genghis Khan buffet! It comes with FREE FLOW Genghis Khan lamb, red king crab, snow crab, sushi, 6 types of draft beer, wine, whiskey and non alcoholic drinks. We can’t think of a more perfect night out in Hokkaido.

Klook me to the Sapporo Beer Garden

Address: 9-2-10 Kita 7 Johigashi, Higashi-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Buffet schedule: 5:00pm-7:50pm (last entry at 7:50pm) daily

From the JR Sapporo station, its a 7 minute taxi ride away. If you’re not looking to spend a bomb on transport, be sure to Klook your Hokkaido JR pass for cheap and convenient travels!

Otherwise, from Sapporo station bus stop no.2, you can also take the Sapporo Beer Garden Ario shuttle bus Line 188 using your Kitaca card.

2. Sapporo Central Wholesale Market

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If you’re looking for the freshest seafood in Hokkaido, you’ll find it at the Sapporo Central Wholesale Market! While we know you won’t be there shopping for groceries, you can still enjoy the freshest sashimi-topped rice, crab legs and sushi at the market.

hokkaido shrine
Better yet, kickstart your morning with the Sapporo morning bus tour and discover some of Sapporo’s oldest and most charming sights. The Hokkaido Shrine, one of the most sacred places of the entire island is a one of the best photo spots in the city.

shiroi kobito factory
The famous confectionary park – the Shiroi Koibito Park is definitely one for those with a sweet tooth! Make your own version of the white chocolate sweet treat and decorate it however you like, making it the perfect souvenir to take home.

You’ll also get 1 hour at the Sapporo Central Market to feast on all that seafood!

Klook your morning bus tour and meet your friendly local guide at JR Sapporo station and let him show you the best of Sapporo in a morning!

Klook me to the Sapporo Morning Bus Tour!

3. Ramen alley

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Ramen lovers rejoice! You’re in for a treat at Sapporo’s Ramen Yokocho (Alley), the birth place of Miso Ramen. With 17 different ramen places each tasting better than the next, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

In the cold winter, this is probably the best dish you could ask for. If the combination of hot savoury broth, springy noodles topped with roasted pork and a dollop of butter and corn doesn’t entice you we don’t know what will.

You’ll need your Hokkaido JR pass to get to Sapporo station and from there hop onto a subway ride to Susukino Station using your Kitaca card.

Address: 3 Chome-8 Minami 5 Jōnishi, Chūō-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaidō 064-0805, Japan
Opening hours: 1130am to 3am daily

4. Nishitondendori Soup curry

nishitondendori soup curry
Hokkaido is known to be the birthplace of soup curry, one of Japan’s most underrated dishes. Do not look down on this humble bowl of comfort soup because it certainly packs a punch! We tried the Nishitondendori Soup Curry Honpo, considered to be one of Sapporo’s best. With customizable spice levels and thickness of broth, there’s a bowl of soup for everyone.

The top 3 toppings for your soup are pork cubes, cheese stuffed hamburger steaks or chicken legs! To get there, use your Kitaca card and hop onto the Sapporo Shiden and it’s just 5 stops away from Sapporo station!

Address: 13 Chome-4-5 Minami 8 Jonishi, Chuo, Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-0808, Japan
Opening hours: 11am to 12am daily

5. Daihachi Matsuda Izayaka

daihachi matsuda
Run by a former fisherman, this Izakaya spot Daihachi Matsuda is extremely popular amongst local celebrities and athletes. Fans of Japanese celebrities, you might find some familiar signatures on the walls.

daihachi matsuda
One of the most popular fishes is the Ezo mae Kaisen Bukkae-meshi! This dish of sushi rice, fresh crab meat and salmon roe might look simple but it definitely bursts with flavor. The staff scoop 6 scoops of salmon roe to fill the dish and will shout “Seiya” which means “Let’s go!” with each scoop.

daihachi matsuda
Home to the biggest and freshest mackerels, it’s no surprise that grilled mackerel is a local favorite! Served with grated that takes away the grease, this bigger than your face mackerel might look underwhelming but it sure packs a lot of flavor.

From Sapporo station, this Izakaya spot is a 10 minute bus ride away. If you’ve gotten a Hokkaido JR Pass, bus 53 is covered by the JR pass, sparing you the hassle of purchasing single trip tickets.

Address: Monday to Sunday: 5:00pm-11:30pm
Opening hours: 6pm to 1am daily, closed on Sundays

6. Cairn Annex Steak House

cairns annex steak
You can’t miss the melt in your mouth buttery goodness of Wagyu beef when in Japan. At the Cairn Annex Steak House, reward your tastebuds with the prized Kuroge Wagyu Beef, a top quality cut of meat with rich flavors and amazing aroma! Watch the chef prepare your meat right in front of you, Teppanyaki style.

Klook yourselves a Waygu set meal which comes with various appetizers, side dishes, the famed steak and of course dessert! All the foodies out there, you definitely won’t want to miss this.

Klook me to the Cairn Annex Steak House

From Sapporo station, hop onto the Namboku line with your Kitaca card and alight at Susukino station. Your steak is a 2 minute walk away!

Address: 5-1 Nishi, Minami 4 Jo, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday: 5:00pm-11:30pm

7. Hanayuzen

Treat yourselves to an authentic kaiseki meal – a traditional Japanese full course meal. Sample the best of Japanese cuisine in 1 sitting with courses like butter grilled scallops, steamed shabu shabu, snow crab and even sea urchin!This gastronomic feast made from Hokkaido’s freshest ingredients will definitely leave you extremely satisfied.

Klook your Hanayuzen course meal and enjoy a this 9 course meal at a steal! Located just 3 stops away from Sapporo station on the Namboku line get ready to feast!

Klook me to Hanayuzen

Address: B1F Jasmac Plaza Hotel, 3, Minami 7(shichi)-Jonishi, Sapporo-sh
Opening hours: 5:00pm-11:00pm, daily

8. Guenpin Fugu

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We all know Japan is notorious for exotic eats, and Hokkaido is no stranger to that. Try the poisonous Pufferfish – Fugu and Japan’s top pufferfish chain, Guenpin Fugu! If prepared wrongly, this dish could be your last. No fret, the highly skilled staff at Guenpin Fugu will ensure that their pufferfish dishes are top notch, whether its sashimi, deep fried or hotpot, you’re in safe hands.

Klook your Guenpin Fugu set for a hassle free reservation! Guenpin Fugu is a 2 minute walk away from Hosuisusukino Station on the Tohosen line!

Klook me to Guenpin Fugu

Address: Okura Bldg.1F, 2-1, Minami-jyounishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Opening hours: 4:00pm-11:00pm (last order: 10:30pm) daily


9. Sakurjima Ramen

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Located in the Rera Chitose Outlet mall just 15 minutes away from the airport, if you’re looking for a hearty bowl of ramen whilst shopping, this is your best bet! The Sakurjima ramen store stands out because of it’s melt in your mouth kakuni – braised fatty pork. If you’re a char siu lover, you cannot miss this!

To get there, take the JR line with your Hokkaido JR Pass and alight at Minami-Chitose Station. The outlet mall is just a 13 minute walk away.

Address: 1 Chome-2-1 Kashiwadaiminami, Chitose, Hokkaido 066-8765, Japan
Opening hours: 11:00 – they run out daily


10. Otaru Rakuten

otaru rakuten
We’ve saved the best for last! The Otaru Rakuten is one of the 7 Izakaya spots in Hokkaido that have been awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand. This humble family run establishment serves up quite a feat. Order some grilled skewers to go along with your beers for a fun night out!

otaru rakuten
If you’re up for something exotic, try the soft cod roes! Marinated with citrus, vinegar and shoyu which cuts right through the creamy texture, giving you the perfect balance of flavors.
otaru rakuten
The grilled oysters are also not to be missed. Grilled in front of your eyes on miniature grills, these oysters are marinated with a sauce made from the guts of tuna! We recommend getting a bowl of rice and gobbling these bad boys down.

Address: 13 – 7 Inaho 2 – chome, Otaru, Hokkaido
Opening hours: 6pm-11pm, closed Mon

To get there, take the JR line with your Hokkaido JR Pass and alight at the Otaru Station and the restaurant is a 5 minute walk away.


japan's largest ice cream

If you’re up for a challenge, try finishing Japan’s LARGEST ice cream sundae! They also have regular sized parfaits for those of us with smaller appetites. Find out more about these sweet treats in our guide! 

Hokkaido Essentials

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You’ll be needing a 4G Wifi Device for all your #foodie pictures. If you need itinerary inspiration, be sure to check out our Hokkaido JR Pass guide for ideas on where your JR pass can take you!

27 Hokkaido Food Souvenirs You’ll Gladly Buy Extra Luggage For

A delicious food haul awaits you!

Hokkaido is a food haven and is popular for its fresh seafood such as sea urchin, snow crabs, scallops and many more. Besides that, the abundant region is also home to high-quality local produce and dairy!

You can find an endless amount of snacks and treats that are only in Hokkaido and nowhere else. Bringing these home as souvenirs will make you a favourite amongst family members and friends, for sure! Save on your travels with a Klook promo code, so you can splurge on a shopping spree. More details at the end.

Now, we sure hope you’ve got your extra luggage space ready for these tasty and unforgettable confectionery:

  1. Yubari Melon Steam Cake


    Japan, a haven for many things, is also home to unbelievably lip-smacking fruits. In Hokkaido, the crowning glory would have to be the Yubari melons. Thus was born, the Yubari Melon Steam Cake.

    A light sponge cake filled with a luscious, gooey Yubari melon center, this treat is a must-buy from Hokkaido. We reckon if you buy these as souvenirs, they’d go like hotcakes with your friends and family!

  2. Sapporo Okaki Oh! Yakitokibi

    Corn, amongst the other local produce that are known in Hokkaido, can be found in snacks like Sapporo Okaki Oh! Yakitokibi. A crispy mochi rice and barbecued corn snack, you can find it only in Hokkaido.

    Instead of running high and low in search for them, you can book your Oh! Yakitokibi through Klook for convenient pick-up at the airport. Don’t let its humble exterior fool you, it definitely packs a punch. Even the skeptics will be turned into fans after trying it!

  3. Shiroi Koibito

    Probably one of the most iconic, if not the most iconic food souvenir in Hokkaido is Shiroi Koibito. Two daily fresh-baked cookies sandwiching a white chocolate filling, it’s a must-buy whenever you’re in that region.

    If you’ve ever wondered how is it possible for a cookie sandwich to be this good, you might just find out the secret behind it with this cookie making workshop. You’ll even have the firsthand experience of making your own specialised jumbo, heart-shaped Shiroi Koibito!

  4. Sanpouroku

    Inspired by the European-style spit cakes, the Sanpouroku is a buttery cake by Ryugetsu with a chocolate layer on the exterior. Designed to look like Japanese white birch trees, not only is it fun to eat, it’s pretty darn tasty too!

    This Insta-worthy treat will surely get you lots of response, so make sure you’re well-equipped with a pocket Wi-Fi in Japan to tackle those queries!

  5. Sweet Potato

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    On a quick glance you might think it’s just a normal sweet potato, but it’s actually a cake! A famous and local specialty in Obihiro, Hokkaido, this is a must-try authentic Japanese confectionery.

    They delightful sweet potato cakes are sold at Cranberry, a well-known confectionery shop in the city. Look like it warrants a special road trip to Obihiro just to have a taste of this and you’re just a convenient car rental away!

  6. Yubari Melon Kit Kat


    You can always bet on Japan to come up with the wackiest Kit Kat flavours. Although not exactly wacky, the Yubari melon-flavoured Kit Kat surely stands out from your normal ones.

    The Hokkaido special has a milk chocolate option and also a white chocolate with mascarpone option, because when something is so great, you can’t have just one!

  7. Hokkaido Milk Castella


    Aside from the excellent local produce, Hokkaido is also known for its incredible and high-quality dairy products. The Hokkaido Milk Castella is a type of Japanese sponge cake made with fresh Hokkaido milk.

    Light but decadent, you’ll have a hard time stopping yourself from devouring it before gifting it as a souvenir.

  8. Sapporo Kinako Yaki Chocora


    The victor of Sapporo Sweets 2015 Grand Prix, the Sapporo Kinako Yaki Chocora is not just a simple chocolate snack, it’s a masterpiece! With its trademark pearl sugar sitting atop the chocolate layer, it’s meant to recreate the starry night sky.

    Would you believe it if we told you that the patisserie that created this treat is run by a grilled meat place?

  9. Rokkatei Marusei Butter Sandwich

    Rokkatei, a famous confectionery producer in Japan, is home to endless selections of must-try snacks. Their Marusei Butter Sandwich, a buttery biscuit sandwich filled with white chocolate and raisins, is one of their top bestsellers.

    Made with Hokkaido’s exceptional butter, the biscuit is creamy, light and worth paying for extra luggage just to bring a tonne of these back!

  10. Yukiyakonko


    Also from Rokkatei is Yukiyakonko, a bittersweet dark cocoa biscuit sandwich with a white chocolate filling. Also sold by Rokkatei, this cookie sandwich comes individually packed, making them great as souvenirs.

    Well, the rest of the world has Oreos, but Hokkaido has Yukiyakonko, and dare we say, it’s even better than Oreos!

  11. Daiheigen


    If you like Madeleines, Rokkatei’s Daiheigen will be your drug (and somehow also your cure)! It’s rich, moist and probably the best you’ll ever have.

    The distinctive taste and texture is a result of the generous amount of quality Hokkaido butter used to create this gem.

  12. Yubari Melon Caplico Stick

    Shaped like fun lil’ ice-cream cones, you’re probably more familiar with these Caplico sticks in strawberry and chocolate flavours from your childhood days. In Hokkaido, however, you can get these in Yubari melon flavour!

    There’s even a surprise chocolate center when you get to the bottom. Who said kids’ snacks are boring!

  13. Ripe’N’Dry Instant Ramen

    The eye-catching instant ramen, Ripe’N’Dry, can be easily spotted from its striking packaging depicting a growling grizzly bear. One of the more popular selection is the miso flavour.

    Developed in Hokkaido, Ripe’N’Dry’s instant ramen broth is extra rich and hearty. On a quick taste and slurp, it might just stand up to a bowl of noodles from your favourite ramen place.

  14. Marukan Yokan


    As one of Southern Hokkaido’s most popular local treat, the Marukan Yokan is a sticky azuki bean jelly. Using high-quality Kintoki azuki beans cultivated in Tokachi, Hokkaido – you can’t replicate this anywhere!

    Known for its interesting texture and sweetness, they are great as souvenirs for their ability to keep well too. To prevent sticky fingers, simply push the jelly from the back and cut off a portion with the attached string.

  15. Corn Chocolate


    Corn Chocolate, as the name suggests, is made up of crispy sweet corn coated with chocolate. On different occasions, you can also find seasonal flavours like strawberries, melons and milk and more.

    With just the right level of sweetness, it’s easy to eat a whole bag of them without realising it!

  16. Sapporo Nogakko

    Sapporo Agricultural College Cookies hokkaido

    A crisp cookie made of mainly butter and wheat might seem simple and boring but in Hokkaido, it’s a total game-changer. Taking advantage of the rich and unique flavour of Hokkaido dairy, the unassuming Sapporo Nogakko snack is melt-in-your-mouth and to-die-for.

    Also known as Sapporo Agricultural College Milk Cookies, they can be found in Kinotoya. However, if you book your Sapporo Agricultural College Cookies from Klook, you can easily pick-up from the airport instead. Make sure to buy enough of these as souvenirs or you might have people fighting over these!

  17. Haskapp Jewelry

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    With a name like Haskapp Jewelry, the only way to describe this treat is exquisite! Crumbly, buttery cookies sandwiching a punchy sweet and sour jam surrounded by a coating of chocolate, every bite is better than the last.

    The jam is made with Haskap, also known as honeyberries, a type of berry that’s native to Hokkaido! Available at selected stores only is the Premium Black version, which uses premium dark cookies for that extra decadence.

  18. Jaga Pokkuru

    Jaga Pokkuru hokkaido

    Calbee snacks are widely available in Japan and outside the country as well but it is only in Hokkaido that you can find Jaga Pokkuru. What makes them special is that they’re made with Hokkaido potatoes with the skins on. There’s also IMOKO & KOBUTARO which is potato chips with added kelp!

    Be warned, these pocket-friendly snacks are highly addictive! it’s no wonder they’ve become really popular in and outside of Japan. Purchase these from Klook for convenient pick-up at the airport. 

  19. Sapporo Times Square


    Although the name sounds more like a location than anything else, it is, in fact, an iconic Sapporo snack souvenir. Tiny soft sponge cakes filled with custard cream, they’re incredibly tempting and easy to pop into your mouth.

    Make sure to get these whenever you’re in Sapporo and they come in various flavours too!

  20. Nama Caramel


    For that family member or friend with the sweet tooth, the caramel candy made by the Hanabatake Farm in Tokachi is the perfect souvenir. Sweet and chewy, they come in a few different flavours as well.

  21. Yosei-no mori


    Moist and fluffy, the Yosei-no-mori is a baumkuchen made with a special method. Everything that go into making the cake are locally sourced Hokkaido ingredients as well, thus resulting in its unique taste and texture.

    You definitely can’t go wrong with this cake. Playing safe doesn’t mean it has to be boring and bland!

  22. Shiroi Black Thunder

    white black thunder hokkaido

    Black Thunder, a famous chocolate candy bar in Japan, has a special version in Hokkaido. Coated with white chocolate, the Shiroi Black Thunder or White Black Thunder is made with the ever-so-heavenly Hokkaido milk.

    They’re very affordable too, so you won’t have to worry about breaking the bank while hoarding a suitcase full of these chocolate candy bars. No need to lug these around during your trip in Hokkaido when you can buy these White Black Thunder on Klook and pick-up at the airport before departure!

  23. Cheese Omelette


    Contrary to its misleading name, the Snaffles Cheese Omelette is actually a souffle-type cheesecake that originates from Hakodate which can also be found in Sapporo. Fluffy and rich, it instantly melts in your mouth, coating your tongue with its cheesy goodness.

    They come in maple and chocolate flavours as well. All made using Hokkaido’s premium quality dairy, it’s a souffle one can never forget.

  24. Furano Yukidoke Cheesecake


    Bringing home a cheesecake as a souvenir isn’t exactly the most convenient thing but boy, oh, boy, is it worth it.

    The Furano Yukidoke Cheesecake has a crispy tart exterior with wild grape and blueberry jam as well as rich cream cheese as the filling. Finally, it’s topped with fresh whipped cream to depict the snowy landscape of Hokkaido winter.

  25. Pocky Yubari Melon

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    Sample the classic Pocky in a limited Hokkaido-only flavour made with the cantaloupe grown only in the city. Each plus-sized Pocky Yubari Melon stick is individually wrapped and coated with a Yubari Melon icing. 

    Bring home a piece of Hokkaido with you before leaving the city and book your Pocky Yubari Melon from Klook. Sweet memories and sweet treats go hand in hand!

  26. Apollo White Premium

    Meiji Apollo White Premium hokkaido

    You won’t be able to get enough of this lip-smacking combination of sweet white chocolate and tangy strawberries with every piece of Meiji’s Apollo White Premium. If you think it’s a snack only for kids, oh boy, are you wrong!

    Shopping for souvenirs can be hectic when you’re short on time, but you can easily book with Klook and enjoy easy reservations and pick-up at the airport.

  27. Hokkaido Horsehair Crab 

    Hokkaido, with its abundant of fresh and incredible seafood, is the perfect place for seafood lovers. The the city will be heartbreaking but it doesn’t have to be. You can bring home a taste of Hokkaido sea with you in the form of Horsehair Crab!

    Get this freshly-cooked Hokkaido Horsehair Crab from a crab specialty shop on Klook. Each crab is guaranteed freshness, cooked on the day of the pick-up and frozen to preserve it during your flight back. Simply thaw and enjoy it when you’re home!

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