Sapporo Campus

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I’m at the AIRPORT!

Train from New Chitose Airport
We strongly recommend catching the 40 minute JR Rapid Airport Line from the Airport to Sapporo Station which runs every 15 minutes.
Fare: Adult 1,040 yen / Child 520 yen

Bus from New Chitose Airport
An express bus, known as the Chuo Bus / Hokuto Kotsu Bus also departs New Chitose Airport bound for Sapporo station and takes approximately 70 minutes.
Fare: Adult 1,000yen / Child 500yen



Walking from Sapporo Station (7 mins)
Once arriving at Sapporo station, the main gate of the campus is a short and flat walk.
Upon disembarking the train, aim for the west ticket gates and then take the North exit out of the station. Walk down the stairs, cross the pedestrian crossing and veer to the right of the Sunkus Convenience Store. Walk straight, passing the North Pacific Bank on your left, and continue for 4 minutes until you reach an intersection with a Mos Burger restaurant on right and a car park on your left – North 9, West 3 intersection. Turn left here and walk straight to the Main Gate of the Campus.

Taxi from Sapporo Station (5 mins)
If you have luggage or are due to arrive on a snowy or rainy day, we advise catching a taxi from the station to the University. A taxi fare usually starts at around 700 yen and due to the close proximity of the University, should be no more.

Subway from Sapporo Station (5 mins + walk)
Take the Azabu-bound Nanboku Subway line at Sapporo Station and get off at the next stop, Kita 12-jo. It’s about a 10 minute walk from there to the university. Once you exit the station, follow the signs to the University. Subway fares are 200 yen for a single trip.


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Note: The information above applies to the University’s Sapporo Campus only.
For information about public transport to/from Hakodate Campus, please click here.

Updated on   June 19, 2015