Otaru Sun Mall Shopping Street

One department store and one big hotel formed a line here.
Currently, they are apartments mainly housing elderly people and a hospital now.
You can pass through Miyako Dori, then through Sun Mall and then go either to the sushi-bar street or the Hanazono area.
Walking through Otaru’s arcades has yet a different feel to walking along the canal.



Address1 Chome-4-14 Inaho, Otaru-shi
Business hoursdifferent on the store
Regular closed daydifferent on the store
Correspondence languageJapanese 
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Continues from Miyako Dori

Map of surrounding areas


  • Miyakodori Shopping StreetMiyakodori Shopping Street Miyako Dori was the downtown area back in the day.
  • Sakaimachidori StreetSakaimachidori Street One of the famous tourist spots where many souvenir shops
  • Souvenir shop Kobushiya Otaru If you want Hokkaido’s popular souvenirs, Shiroikoibito, Royce and so on come to Kobushiya.
  • Former Yasuda Bank,Otaru BranchFormer Yasuda Bank,Otaru Branch External appearance. The Yasuda Bank of the Yasuda financial group became the Fuji Bank after the war.
  • Asarigawa OnsenAsarigawa Onsen A hot-spring village know as the backroom of Otaru, 30 minutes from Otaru Station.
  • Ryugu ShrineRyugu 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.
  • Rinyu MarketRinyu Market A market full of locals. From 4 am to 2 pm.
  • Former Suhara ResidenceFormer Suhara Residence A piece of historic architecture. Currently closed. A Sukiya style building built over 100 years ago.
  • Municipal Otaru Literature MuseumMunicipal Otaru Literature Museum Materials from Otaru, such as "kobayashi takiji", "itō sei" etc are displayed.
  • Temiya Cave Because it is engraved in the fragile rock called the Otaru soft stone, a preservation building along the rock was constructed.