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We had a short break after a long walk at this place. Surrounded by trees and nice buildings, it was a small peaceful area amidst busy streets. The timing was just right that we managed to view the steam clock and the nice bell.
Visited in early August on a Sunday with a festival going on. There was a musical stage set-up on one side of the square and Sakaimachi street was closed to traffic and crowded with pedestrians. The intersection had interesting buildings around it, but what made...More
The perfect place to begin your visit to Otaru's famed Sakaimachidori street is to meet at Marchen Intersection. All you have to tell your friends is to meet you either at the Steam Clock or at the Bell Tower. The plaza area is large enough...More
Hi, Any body try to rent a car to cover the below area and where shld i go first and last since i hv very limited time only (ard 1 day) in those area, 1)Noboribetsu -Bear Park,Jigokudani,River Oyunuma foot bath,Noboribetsu Historical village 2)Lake toya-Sairo Observator,Toya Mizunoeki,Lake Toyako,Mt Usu Funka Memorial park 3)Niseko -Road station niseko view plaza,Kanrosui,Annupuri ski area (photo only) 4)Otaru-Otaru canal,Musuem,Former temiya railway track,Marchen Intersection ...More
April 05, 2016|
Hi Is this one day for ALL of this? Or one day each? If one day for all of this: You should do Noboribetsu and Lake Toya, back thru Niseko for quick photo stop and then back to Sapporo via Kimombetsu and Nakayama Toge. I wouldn't do Otaru on the same day - too much already. You can visit Otaru from Sapporo by train. And I wouldn't go to Yoichi in April. Nothing growing yet. Still snowy in fact. Amanda