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List of articles of Otaru

Marchen Crossroads

Popular photography spot for a steam clock and all night street light that revitalizes the Meiji era light stand.

Former Suhara Residence

A piece of historic architecture. Currently closed. A Sukiya style building built over 100 years ago.

Former Nippon Yusen Otaru Branch

Masonry building (Important Cultural Properties).

Otaru Herring Mansions

Landmark architecture of Otaru (year 1897). Displaying tools used in herring fishing and processing, and living utensils of the old guardhouse.

Nitori Otaru Art Base(Stained Glass Museum)

A complex art space using historic Otaru buildings.

Otaru Sushiyadori

A particularly famous area in Otaru with many sushi bars.

The Site of Temiya Line

A stroll of about 500 meters along the rail which became a discontinued line in Otaru center.

Denukikoji Street

A popular sightseeing spot at the corner of Asakusabashi Bridge and the canal street where about 20 restaurants are.

Otaru Taishou Grall Palace

Otaru, town of glass. A famous establishment in line with Kitaichi.


Letao, famous for its cheesecakes.

Niseko-Shakotan-Otaru Kaigan Quasi-National Park

A park facing the Sea of Japan on the West Hokkaido side.

Otaru Canal Cruise

An enjoyable 40 minute cruise along the Otaru Canal.

Funami zaka Slope

It is a tough climb at 15 degrees.

Asahi Observatory

An elevated area to the rear of Otaru Station.

Cruise Ship “Aobato” Dock

You can take cruises in the bay from here to Shukutsu.

Otaru Blue Cave

To see Otaru's blue cave you can go from Otaru Port for 90 minutes

Otaru Port Marina

Yacht harbour. There's also a cruising menu here (fee applies). Please try a boat or yacht experience.

Temiya Cave

Because it is engraved in the fragile rock called the Otaru soft stone, a preservation building along the rock was constructed.

Shukutsu Panorama Observatory

Shukutsu is the western area of Otaru jutting out into the Sea of Japan.

Ryugu Shrine

The shrine was built on the native Ainu ground used for religious services after the war of Hokkaido by commander-in-chief Takeaki Enomoto.

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