Another brilliant site among the most celebrated venues of Saporro Snow Festival is at Susukino, one of the dazzling and biggest red-light districts of Japan.
At Susukino, located at Chuo-ku in Sapporo, the festival features are not snow but ice. It showcases various ice carvings in intricate and mind-boggling forms. What I noticed is that these magnificent ice carving displays are entries to an ice sculpting contest.
The Susukino site is totally different as compared to the gigantic snow highlights of Odori Park. It is so evident that young Japanese folks in the area are not the usual reserved type. They were more care-free and expressive. Maybe it’s because of the booze since glittery selection of bars, alcohols and spirits are readily accessible within the area. The fun fab vibe and character of this site is similar to that of a huge street party spirit.
I had an undeniable fun at Susukino!
Ay hart Susukino!