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Currently, the district is congested with many restaurants, bars, hotels, and adult-entertainment establishments. Various origins for the name Susukino are discussed, but the true origin is not definitely known. One theory is that the area currently known as Susukino was previously covered by Miscanthus sinensis "Susuki" in Japanese. Susukino is not an official designation of any municipality. Rather, it is a commonly used name for a rough area with uncertain borders.
Susukino Tourist Association defines the area of Susukino as lying between the roadways of Minami 4 and Minami 6 to the north and south, and from Nishi 2 chome to Nishi 6 chome to the east and west.
Susukino Crossing is located between Nishi 3 chome, Minami 4 and Nishi 4 chome, Minami 4, and many neon signs were installed on the buildings along the street. One of those signs is the Nikka sign at the front of the Susukino Building, which has a painting of the Nikka symbol, the King of Blenders,  and the background whose colors are changed one after the other.
In , a 1. In the fall of the same year, an act to emancipate prostitutes was announced by the new government, which had little influence on the district. The transfer, however, was not realised until the summer of Two years later, although the transfer of the red-light district was not carried out in time for the exposition, the district was moved to the place where Kikusui district in the Shiroishi-Ku, Sapporo , is currently located.
After all the brothels in Susukino were removed, many restaurants, cafes, and movie theatres were constructed and popularized in their place. It was quiet during World War II , but the cabaret and dance hall were erected right after the War, and the American occupation troops also walked around the district. Susukino was not an Akasen red-line district, an area where prostitution was acknowledged by the government, but was actually an Aosen blue-line district, where a lot of restaurants and bars illegally promoted prostitution.