The Hokkaido University Botanical Gardens were established in 1886 as a part of the Old Sapporo Agricultural College. They were opened by Dr. Miyabe Kingo, a graduate of Sapporo Agricultural College (now Hokkaido University). The gardens cover 13.3 hectares and are the second oldest botanical gardens in Japan! The collection Read More ....
(Avg. cost per person)
|￥450 - ￥850 per drink
￥700 - ￥1000 per dish
|Opening Hours||17:00 - 2:00 Sunday to Thursday
17:00 - 5:00 Friday & Saturday
St. John's Wood home page
No seating charge
Credit cards accepted
Sports TV available
Outside seating in summer
|Sapporo-shi Chuo-ku Southern 4th West 4th Street 16 Huai Ao Bldg. 1F
1 minute walk from Susukino subway station
St. John’s Wood is a British style pub located in a prime location right near Susukino station. As with all good British style pubs, St. John’s Wood has a good selection of whiskeys, malts, wine and beer. They have Suntory Premium, Carlsberg, and a local black stout on tap, which are served in half pints or pints. There is also a selection of 10 bottled beers from around the globe on the menu. There are cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks as well, with happy hour from 18:00 to 19:00 for a cheaper beverage! Pay at the counter.
With window seating looking onto the main street, St John’s Wood is a good bar to sit and watch the traffic walk by, especially in the summer with outside seating. There is also counter seating with 2 large screens for sports plus there are tables for large groups up to 15 people. The food menu also serves up good British fare, fish & chips, shepherd’s pie, and St. John’s very own haggis served with potatoes! Side orders include everything from olives, onion rings to cheeses, nuts and pickles. Pizza and pastas are also served at St. John’s Wood. For a quick drink, a starting pub for a night out, or one more on the way home, St John’s Wood is a good pub to check out.