Strolled along Omotesando (Kita 1jo), an approach to Hokkaido Shrine. Omotesando Street is the area on Kita 1jo Dori from Kanjo Dori to Nishi 20 Chome Dori. Started from the north entrance of Maruyama Park.
The U.S. Consulate is located a little south of Kita 1jo Dori. The Japan-U.S. Security Treaty defines each constitution is applied to each territory, and covers only the common danger. Sapporo, adjacent to this small U.S. territory, is covered by the treaty. PRC would understand precisely why Senkaku Islands were nationalized and included as a training ground for the US military.
Next to the consulate is MaShu Jingu no Mori. A cafe adjacent to the park.
At the end of the side street is the Maruyama Villa for Cheese Fondue & Wine, a restaurant.
Starbucks in front of the north entrance. Starbucks is often seen in front of or inside popular parks these days. Ueno Park, Futako-tanagawa Park, Okazaki Park, Nara Park, etc. It seems the best location for a coffee shop.
Ryoriya So. A Japanese cuisine, Listed by Michelin Guide Hokkaido 2017.
Salmon Marugame is located just beyond Kanjyo Dori. They have fish salmon and a selection of sake, shochu, and wine that goes well with fish salmon.
The first torii gate of the Hokkaido Shrine.
Sakuno, a sweet shop with a selection of Anmitsu, sweet mitsumame mixed with red bean paste.
Maruyama neighborhood is a popular residential area. Many condominiums are located around the first torii gate.
Cafe Rain, with its logo hidden by ivy.
Washoku Soan Mutsunohana, A Japanese cuisine.
Fruit Daifuku mochi store, Shichifuku.
The green garden is the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art.
The green garden beyond is The Migishi Kotaro Museum of Art and the official residence of the Governor of Hokkaido. Migishi Kotaro was a Western painter from Sapporo, and his wife is Migishi Setsuko, also a Western painter.
While walking, arrived at Odori Park.
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