在小樽運河邊的出拔小路逛逛 Just cross the street from the Canal, this small plaza still has the Old Japanese fashion to have stores and restaurants in this small squares. A nice spot to visit and may take a bite if you are hungry for local foods
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It closes for a couple of hours in the afternoon. Lots of street food places. It seems quiet even in the summer season, I think partly because people were eating to the food hall on the other side of the canal.
This super small area is built to attracted tourists. Once stepped it, you feel like you are walking in old town 200 years back. The place is packed with small restaurants.
Otaru Denuki-koji is a small and picturesque food plaza opposite Asakusa Bridge and Tourist Information Centre. I ate crab don and crab miso soup for 2500 yen. The seafood chef was friendly, and when I walked around the food plaza, I saw that the walls...More
Was there in the morning before opening time of the snack shops and cafes but it was accessible to take photos.
Stumbled into this little gem by accident. You actually have to do a little exploration in the narrow pathway between the small shops. We were drawn into a cozy Yakitori grill place, where the patron can fit 10 guests around his grill bar. Started out...More
Just bump into this area when walking towards the canal. It is just a normal small places with shops. Perhaps, we have spent a few days in a bigger and brighter town~Sapporo, thus doesn't find this spot attractive.
Whenever you visited the Canal spot, you would find this area cross the main road prior to return to the JR Station. The old structure with short and narrow alleys at the back would not attract visitors any more because they would surely find other...More