A Big Fan Of The ‘Kita-Kita’ Movie? Don’t Worry You Can Have Your Own ‘Kita-Kita’ Adventures In Different Scenic Places in Sapporo

A Big Fan Of The ‘Kita-Kita’ Movie? Don’t Worry You Can Have Your Own ‘Kita-Kita’ Adventures In Different Scenic Places in Sapporo

“Kita Kita” (I See You), a film written and directed by Sigrid Andrea Bernardo, has become the country’s highest-grossing independent film of all time. The movie, which features the unlikely pairing of Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy, has earned a whopping P240 million in just over two weeks. Its critical and commercial success has led to talks to have De Rossi and Empoy star in a new flick.

Sapporo, Japan’s fifth largest city and the setting of “Kita Kita,”. Located in the northern island of Hokkaido, Sapporo can be reached by a 90-minute flight from Tokyo’s Haneda or Narita Airport. Many Filipino have been dreaming about visiting the said place.

So for those who wants to replace both character of Lea and Tonyo. Here are some of the places you might want to visit when you are in Sapporo.


Odori park is one of the spots featured in Kita-Kita movie where Lea is doing her job a a tour guide. At the eastern end of Odori Park stands the Sapporo TV Tower, which has an observation deck. In the film, Lea is seen getting engaged to her Japanese boyfriend here.

The Clock Tower is just a block away from Odori Park. This is the place  which is considered one of Sapporo’s symbols.


Fushimi Inari Taisha is the head shrine of the god Inari, located in Fushimi Ward in Kyoto, Japan. In the trailer of “Kita Kita,” Lea and Tonyo are seen dancing together, with the shrine’s vermillion torii gates in the background.


Moerenuma Park is a municipal park in Sapporo, Japan. It has playground equipment, outdoor sports fields, and objects that are designed by Isamu Noguchi, a Japanese American artist. Visitors can enter the park and use the parking lot for free. This is the place where Tonyo spend the day with Lea doing biking.



This place also known as Panoramic Flower Gardens is located in Biei, Hokkaido.  The neatly arranged rows of bright reds, yellows, pinks, and purples contrasting against the clear sky and the mountains hidden by mist in the background is truly a sight to behold. Late April to Late October is considered as the green season for the garden, during which visitors can either explore the garden by foot or by tractor bus.


The new must do activity for visitors to Otaru! Take this 40-minute cruise and rediscover the charms ofOtaru’s historical canal. The Otaru Canal is open for both day and night cruises for ¥1,500 and ¥1,800, respectively.

Can you feel the love right now? Maybe some of you are all excited to visit the place right now. You can and you must because this place is indeed a gem. So I hope these places can help you plan on your soon trip to Sapporo. Enjoy!


December 19th, 2018

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