Chitose Restaurant Guide

Chitose city is located south of the Hokkaido Ishikari area and is surrounded by rich nature. There is a clear view of the mountain district, including Lake Shikotsu, to the west and Ishikari Plain to the east.Lake Shikotsu, which is part of a national park, places first in the national lake and marsh water quality ranking.New Chitose Airport is located 36-40 from Sapporo station and is called the sky entrance to Hokkaido. The Haneda-New Chitose route is the most traveled route in the world based on passenger numbers.It also has the most Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers in the country, with approximately 30% of its 95,000 citizens being affiliated with the JSDF.From mid-July to early September, the "Chitose Citizens Festival" is celebrated over a long period of time and includes many things like the YOSAKOI Festival, fireworks, a beer garden, Chitose Airforce Base Festival, Chitose Grand Sumo Tournament, and a Bon Festival dance, and it is concluded with an offering at the Chitose Shrine Festival, a parade with a portable shrine.Most of the chicken eggs produced within Hokkaido are produced here, and Chitose Bowl and Chitose Burger have been developed as both PR and local dishes, and are available in restaurants in and around Chitose.

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