Otaru’ most modern market.
It is the popular market for local people and tourists alike who have come to for a long time.
There are 15 stores in the market. There are six restaurants among them.
A famous place for cherry blossoms at a hill location overlooking Otaru Port.
The shrine was built on the native Ainu ground used for religious services after the war of Hokkaido by commander-in-chief Takeaki Enomoto.
The main building. Citizen’s during the reclamation need the protection of ancestors and purification from god.
One of the three famous night views of Hokkaido (Otaru’s Mt. Tenguyama, Mt. Moiwa, and Mt. Hakodate).
To see Otaru’s blue cave you can go from Otaru Port for 90 minutes
Because it is engraved in the fragile rock called the Otaru soft stone, a preservation building along the rock was constructed.
An elevated area to the rear of Otaru Station.
Hokkaido’s famous food stall villages include, Hakodate’s Daimon Yokocho, and Obihiro’s Kita no Yatai, but Otaru also has one called Renga Yokocho.
One department store and one big hotel formed a line here.
Miyako Dori was the downtown area back in the day.
One of the famous tourist spots where many souvenir shops
Approximately 3000 Venice glass works are displayed.
Materials from Otaru, such as “kobayashi takiji”, “itō sei” etc are displayed.
A piece of historic architecture. Currently closed.
Otaru, prospered as the central port town of central Hokkaido before Sapporo was opened, from the distribution of commodities and good haul of herring to the venture into banking.