A shop originating from Hokkaido ‘s soul food’ Zangi ‘.
“Supakatsu” of volume full which has become a topic for tourists as well.
The crown prince and the family were eaten in this restaurant.
German Carl Weidl-Raymon’s authentic ham sausage is popular.
In the locals it is call “Calibaby”.
“Hasesuto ” Yakitori lunch box is one of the gourmet foods.
Local B Grade Hamburger
Speaking of Gotoken, a Western food store in Hakodate.
A market where approximately 40 shops including fresh fish mongers and greengrocers form a line.
3-minute ride on the Ropeway delivers you to the summit.
Yoichi Town is known as a fruit town boasting the total production of grapes, apples and pears.
Wife Mrs.Masami’s wine factory & restaurant.
All-you-can-eat courses available
Kakisaki shop in Yoichi which became completely famous. 1F is a shop, 2F is a dining room.
A popular sightseeing spot at the corner of Asakusabashi Bridge and the canal street where about 20 restaurants are.
Letao, famous for its cheesecakes.
Otaru is famous as a town for glassworks, and Kitaichi Glass built the base for it.
In front of the Otaru marina, a shopping facility with adjoining hotels and a cinema.
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.
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.
Miyako Dori was the downtown area back in the day.
Single item jingis kan (Mongolian mutton BBQ), all you can eat restaurant.