List of articles of Shiribeshi area
Freshly deep fried. Plainly salty, crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. It's eaten as a set meal. It's delicious!
One of the three famous night views of Hokkaido (Otaru's Mt. Tenguyama, Mt. Moiwa, and Mt. Hakodate).
Miyako Dori was the downtown area back in the day.
The main building. Citizen's during the reclamation need the protection of ancestors and purification from god.
Otaru' most modern market.
A market full of locals. From 4 am to 2 pm.
There are 15 stores in the market. There are six restaurants among them.
It is the popular market for local people and tourists alike who have come to for a long time.
A famous place for cherry blossoms at a hill location overlooking Otaru Port.
In front of the Otaru marina, a shopping facility with adjoining hotels and a cinema.
A brickwork building at the fairy tale intersection (Meruhen) specializing in music boxes.
The direct sales store alongside the canal has freshly made kamaboko.
Otaru is famous as a town for glassworks, and Kitaichi Glass built the base for it.
External appearance. It has been restored to its original state and is on show. The third building in the Otaru art base.
External appearance. The Yasuda Bank of the Yasuda financial group became the Fuji Bank after the war.
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.
Popular photography spot for a steam clock and all night street light that revitalizes the Meiji era light stand.
A piece of historic architecture. Currently closed. A Sukiya style building built over 100 years ago.
Masonry building (Important Cultural Properties).
Landmark architecture of Otaru (year 1897). Displaying tools used in herring fishing and processing, and living utensils of the old guardhouse.
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