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This time I came to Asahiyama Memorial Park to enjoy nature in Sapporo city.
 

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Asahiyama Memorial Park

Asahiyama Memorial Park(Asahi Yamakinenkouen)SapporoChuoIt is inpark.

Overview

Mt. MoiwaMaruyamaIt is located in the middle of the city and was created as part of the Sapporo City 100th Anniversary Memorial Project.A garden road is maintained in the plaza and forest centering on the observatory at an altitude of 137.5 m, and the observatory plaza overlooks the city of Sapporo.Night viewIt has become a famous place for people.The garden road leads to the nature trail "Mt. Moiwa Route"[4].."Sapporo Asahiyama Music Festival" is held every summer[5].

There is a Sapporo kiln ruins at the foot of the mountain[6][7], The trace of producing Sapporo ware in the Taisho era is "Sapporo/Hometown Culture XNUMX SelectionsIs selected for[8]..The top of the mountainSapporo City Waterworks BureauAsahiyama Reservoir, with an observation plaza above it[9]..In winterWalking skiWe have a course.

History

SolifluctionInitially, there is Yoshino Ranch on the alluvial fan-shaped terrain.[9], 1922 (Taisho 11)Sapporo Onsen Land Co., Ltd.As a residential areaJozankei OnsenWe have set up a hot spring resort with hot water drawn from[9][10].Sapporo hot spring electric orbitIt was also known as a hot spring mountain, but in 1930 (Showa 5) the tram was abolished and the hot spring was closed.[10]..After that he owned the landHokkaido Takushoku BankDonated to Sapporo City as a ski resort in 1946 (Showa 21), and has been operating as a hot spring mountain ski resort since 1947 (Showa 22).Sapporo City acquired the surrounding land due to the park development[9].

Started business for redevelopment of park from 2001 (Heisei 13)[11].. Construction started in 2004 (Heisei 16)[11], Reopened in 2009 (Heisei 21)[12].

Facility

Wind Hill
Forest house
It is a place for civic activities, and there are rest areas, exhibits, etc.
Rest house
There are shops and rest areas (closed in winter)
Portland forest
Tree planting to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the sister city tie-up with Portland
Munich forest
Tree planting to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the sister city tie-up with Munich
Forest of learning
Tree planting to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of Sapporo City and the opening of Hokkaido
Picnic Square
Little child open space
Playset open space
fountain
Observation deck

Monument / trace

  • Liberty bell
  • Asahiyama Memorial Park Origin Monument
  • Mashiko Miyata monument
  • Fraternity monument
  • Tree planting monument
  • Hatachi's gathering monument
  • Todo no Mikai Tree Planting Monument
  • Kyoko TeradaMonument
  • Sapporo wareKiln trace

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  1. ^ a b "Special park (PDF)". Sapporo.As of August 2016, 3original[Broken link]More archives.2016/1/15Browse.
  2. ^ "City planning park individual list (PDF)". Hokkaido. p. 16 (August 2012, 3). 2016/1/15Browse.
  3. ^ "Evacuation site (Chuo-ku)". Sapporo. 2017/1/30Browse.
  4. ^ "Nature Trail Mt. Moiwa Route". Sapporo city park search system. Sapporo. 2016/1/15Browse.
  5. ^ "Sapporo Asahiyama Music Festival". 2016/1/15Browse.
  6. ^ "Sapporo ware (PDF)". Historical walkwayChuo-ku, Sapporo. 2016/1/15Browse.
  7. ^ "Pottery (pottery) is also in Hokkaido". Hokkaido fan magazine (September 2008, 3). 2016/1/15Browse.
  8. ^ "Chapter 2 Ranking Sapporo (PDF)". Magazine for the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Sapporo Citizens Charter (2013). 2016/1/15Browse.
  9. ^ a b c d Algae rock, Maruyama, pp. 140–145 Facility
  10. ^ a b "Sapporo hot spring (PDF)". Historical walkwayChuo-ku, Sapporo. 2016/1/15Browse.
  11. ^ a b "About the start of redevelopment work of Asahiyama Memorial Park (PDF)". Sapporo. 2016/1/15Browse.
  12. ^ "Asahiyama Memorial Park reopened (PDF)". Public relations Sapporo. Sapporo City (2009). 2016/1/15Browse.

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