Sakaimachidori Street

One of the famous tourist spots where many souvenir shops which sell local specialties, glasswork or music boxes are all aligned on the street.
Why don’t you make your original music boxes at craft experiment workshop? Marchen Crossroads has night lights and a steam clock and it brings an exotic atmosphere.

AddressHokkaidō, Otaru-shi, Sakaimachi, 4, 4
Business hoursdifferent on the store
Regular closed daydifferent on the store
Correspondence languageJapanese 

Map of surrounding areas


  • Otaru Sun Mall Shopping StreetOtaru Sun Mall Shopping Street One department store and one big hotel formed a line here.
  • Miyakodori Shopping StreetMiyakodori Shopping Street Miyako Dori was the downtown area back in the day.
  • 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.
  • Otaru Kihinkan  (The Old Aoyama Villa)Otaru Kihinkan (The Old Aoyama Villa) The artistic mansion overlooking the sea of Japan.
  • Rinyu MarketRinyu Market A market full of locals. From 4 am to 2 pm.
  • Temiya Cave Because it is engraved in the fragile rock called the Otaru soft stone, a preservation building along the rock was constructed.
  • GinrinsouGinrinsou Popular for its view from the outdoor bath. The view encompasses the city of Otaru and Ishikari Bay.
  • Otaru Blue Cave To see Otaru's blue cave you can go from Otaru Port for 90 minutes