Otaru [HOKKAIDO / JAPAN]
Additional fee: ¥30,000+TAX

Otaru -- A Port City Otaru, one of Japan's most famous port cities, preserves many monuments and wins fame with its streetscape that arouses nostalgia. In this well-known tourist city, Otaru, you can appreciate the monuments that become increasingly charming with the passage of time, such as the Shrine, the Western Museum, the Otaru Canal that is known to everybody, and the Otaru Bay. In addition, the cherry trees in spring and the snow in winter help create all kinds of charming appearances in each season in Otaru.

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Seascape
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Western House
Shrine
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The romantic prosperity of the port city,
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The sea is to be thanked for bringing Otaru prosperous trade and exchanges, which is the starting point of its fascinating and charming characteristics. Stand beside the coast and overlook fishing boats and yachts coming and going in the port of Otaru and Ironaifuto Park. Move on to the North Canal to arrive at one of Otaru's famous photo spots.

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Silvery white Otaru

The winter scenery in Hokkaido is no doubt the snowy view. Otaru is below zero degree in the winter, and the snow casts spell on the earth, transfiguring the usual view into a distinct silvery wonderland. Streets in Otaru are full of history and has a unique atmosphere.

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Take a ride on a rickshaw and have a happy excursion around Otaru

Strolling through the streets of Otaru, one is bound to be attracted by the energetic rickshaw drivers. Listening to the rickshaw driver's stories about Otaru amidst the historic landscapes elevates the travel delight. The usage of old-fashioned rickshaws are continued to this day. Coupled with monuments, they complementing each other.

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