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I'd suggest getting there by car.... and for this reason, it's most probably focussed purely on local Sapporo residents rather than "tourists" per se. There's a lot of things to see here... but not much in English. The museum is separated into four areas... residential, agricultural, mountainous and fishing. Cost is about 830yen.
The first thing you see is the re-located original Sapporo Station as the grand entrance to the Park, originally constructed in 1908 it was in place until about 1952. It's a grand provincial style station - a fitting front gate to the park.
And at the end of the day, there's always a friendly bout of Sumo to get your appetite in order...