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Miyakodori Shopping Street

Miyako Dori was the downtown area back in the day.
It has become a little deserted with shoppers drifting to suburban stores and Sapporo for shopping.
But, you may come across treasure in these shops from the past.
It’s a great place to take a walk.

 

 


AddressCentral Town Miyako Dori, 2 Chome Inaho, Otaru-shi
Business hoursdifferent on the store
Regular closed daydifferent on the store
Correspondence languageJapanese 
Credit card that can be used
Other information

Access

JR Otaru station about 2 minutes on foot

Map of surrounding areas




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