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Shiroi Koibito Park

Where Hokkaido's famous cookies are made.

Heaps of delicious treats and old-world charm can be found in the heart of Sapporo at Shiroi Koibito Park. Shiroi Koibito is the name of the famous European-style biscuit manufactured in Hokkaido. The thin “langue-de-chat” cookie is baked until the edges turn brown, with white chocolate sandwiched between the two crispy biscuits.

shiroi koibito illumi

See the snow sparkle along with the colorful lights at the park’s yearly winter illumination.

Nestled between Tudor-inspired buildings and a beautiful rose garden whose flowers are tailored to the seasons, there’s way more to do than just buy cookies. Of course, cookies may well be all that you’re interested in, let’s be honest here.

Snow Festival!

The Shiroi Koibito Park gives visitors the chance to make their own cookies. You can bake and decorate them yourself if you take the factory tour for ¥1,500, which includes the costs of cookie making.

There are several different styles of cookie to make from giant, heart-shaped ones to ones that look like Hokkaido. Customize them by writing your own messages on them. It’s the perfect present for that special someone!

Shiroi Koibito Park in Sapporo Japan

These cookies are the No.1 go-to souvenir from Hokkaido and they taste soooo good.

On-site are five different food shops. The Chocolate Lounge on the fourth floor has an impressive range of parfaits, complete with real English antique furniture. How’s that for a fancy afternoon tea? You can also keep it classy by visiting the Old Style Children’s Toy Box, an exhibition that focuses on children’s toys from the Meiji period.

There’s also a ridiculously cute, mini-locomotive ride for just ¥300 that will you take you on a 10-minute picturesque journey around Shiroi Koibito Park.


The park is a beautiful world where British and Hokkaido cultures merge.

We highly recommend the park for those traveling to Sapporo during February as it makes a fantastic detour from the Snow Festival or an added touch of romance over Valentine’s Day!


Snow Festival!

If you're in Sapporo in winter, you'd be crazy not to check out the amazing sculptures of the Sapporo Snow Festival.


Things To Know

Hours and Fees

Factory tours are available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last admission at 5 p.m.). Be aware that if you’re making cookies it takes around an hour and 15 minutes! Restaurant Owls also closes at 6 p.m. Candy Labo and Shop Piccadilly both stay open until 7 p.m.

The factory tour costs ¥600. Groups of 20 or more pay ¥500 each. If you want to make a cookie, it will cost an extra ¥900 per biscuit.

How To Get There


Japan, 〒063-0052 Hokkaidō, Sapporo-shi, Nishi-ku, Miyanosawa 2 Jō, 2 Chome−11−36 白い恋人パーク

By train

From Odori station, take the Tozai subway to Miyanosawa Station or walk about seven minutes from Miyanosawa Station.

By bus

From JR Sapporo Bus Terminal take any Chuo or JR bus heading in the Otaru direction and get off at the Nishimachi-kita 20-chome bus stop.

By car

Take the Hokkaido Expressway (Sapporo Junction) from New Chitose Airport. It’s approximately 10 minutes from Shinkawa IC or an hour’s drive from New Chitose Airport to Shiroi Koibito Park.

Where To Stay

Kotoni Green Hotel
  • 1 Kotoni 3-Jo, Sapporo-shi Nishi-ku, Hokkaido, 063-0813 Japan
  • ¥9,000 - ¥51,500
  • 3.7/5 (541 reviews)
  • 2.8 km
Sapporo Residential Juno
  • 24-1-3 Kita 6-Jo Nishi (10-25-Chome), Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku, Hokkaido, 060-0006 Japan
  • ¥17,000 - ¥112,200
  • 4.8 km
Lestel Maru Maruyama Sapporo
  • 23-1-1-3 Odorinishi (20-28-Chome), Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku, Hokkaido, 064-0820 Japan
  • ¥4,000 - ¥35,000
  • 4.38/5 (40 reviews)
  • 5.5 km
Hotel Sapporo Sunplaza
  • 5 Kita 24-Jo Nishi, Sapporo-shi Kita-ku, Hokkaido, 001-0024 Japan
  • ¥9,000 - ¥10,600
  • 4.27/5 (284 reviews)
  • 5.7 km
Hotel Route-Inn Sapporo Kitayojo
  • 13-1-53 Kita 4-Jo Nishi (1-19-Chome), Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku, Hokkaido, 060-0004 Japan
  • ¥9,350 - ¥22,250
  • 4.29/5 (809 reviews)
  • 5.9 km

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