If you like Japanese beer and Sapporo in particular, you might also enjoy Asahi. It's what I order when the restaurant is out of Sapporo. Same light style and fine carbonation.
However, just so my answer is not a measly three sentences long, I would recommend you occasionally try something from the dark-side of beer. I will name only one but there are literally thousands out there and almost all are great.
Spaten is a huge German brewer. They export a lot but you're most likely going to find it in a large supermarket or a Bev-mo or Total Wines etc. It's not usually in the corner liquor store cooler. They make a dark lager called Optimator. If you ever tried Heineken dark or Beck's Dark etc this is the antidote to those poor examples.
Sold in ,33l (six packs, 12 FL OZ) and ,5l bottles (singles). It's about a ~7-8% ABV. For best results, serve well chilled in a tall beer glass. Truth is they're great straight from the bottle, too.
I love to try just about any beer and I have to work hard to find a really bad beer but I have, I'm afraid, found a few. Optamator is the one I know I can always go back to and reset and recalibrate my beer tastebuds.