Susukino Station

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Susukino Station

Susukino Sta subway 4.jpg
Station exit 4
LocationChūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido
Operated byST Logo.svg Sapporo Municipal Subway
Other information
Station codeN08 (Namboku Line)
SC23 (Streetcar)
Opened1971 (Subway), 1923 (Streetcar)
Passengers (FY2014)16,876 daily[1]

Susukino Station (すすきの駅, Susukino-eki) is a railway station in Chūō-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. The station is numbered "N08".[2] It is located on the Namboku Line and Sapporo Streetcar.

The station is located relatively close to Hōsui-Susukino Station on the Tōhō Line, but there are no free transfers between the two stations.


1  Subway SapporoNamboku.svg Namboku Line for Makomanai
2  Subway SapporoNamboku.svg Namboku Line for Asabu
Ticket gates
Station platform

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Subway SapporoNamboku.svg Namboku Line
Ōdōri (N07) - Nakajima-Kōen (N09)
Sapporo Streetcar
Shiseikan-Shōgakkō-Mae (SC22) - Tanuki koji (SC24)

Surrounding area[edit]

On the south side of the station is located the largest red-light district north of Tokyo, Susukino, in which are concentrated many restaurants, bars, hotels, and adult-entertainment establishments.

  • National Route 36 (to Muroran)
  • Susukino Central Police Station
  • Minami Sanjo Post Office
  • North Pacific Bank, Susukino branch
  • Hokkaido Bank, Susukino branch
  • Tomakomai Shinkin Bank, Sapporo branch
  • Susukino Lafiler mega store
  • Underground Shopping Malls (Pole Town & Aurora Town)
  • Sapporo Tokyu Inn Hotel
  • Sapporo Toho Plaza cinema
  • Tanukikoji shopping arcade
  • Sapporo Ramen Alley

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "札幌の都市交通データ 4. 地下鉄" (PDF). (in Japanese). City of Sapporo. Retrieved 2016-11-25.
  2. ^ "Route Map". City of Sapporo. Retrieved 2016-11-20.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 43°3′20.588″N 141°21′11.90″E / 43.05571889°N 141.3533056°E / 43.05571889; 141.3533056