Otaru, Niseko, Shakotan Peninsula
This article will introduce charming sights featured in both Japanese sightseeing booklets and in various forms of media that have not been affected by Hokkaido’s recent events, so as to make your visit as smooth and seamless as possible!
The Music Box Museum is a specialty shop of music boxes in Otaru， Hokkaido.
There are many kinds of music boxes made of grass, wood or other material.
And their gentle sounds will captivate you when you step into the shop.
In addition, there are a lot of other items to decorate music boxes to charm visitors, such as beautiful ornaments and dolls that move to the melody of music.
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Otaru CanalRead Later
Otaru’s staple nightscape spot, the Otaru Canal.
During the day this area is packed with tourists, but when night falls and the crowds dissipate, the atmosphere completely changes.
The canal and the historic stone buildings that line it are lit up, creating a deeply romantic mood.