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Finding Historical Assets and Try Fresh Sea food snacks in Otaru City

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If you have a chance to visit Hokkaido, Otaru is a must to visit. Otaru has a long history. It served as one of the main ports of Hokkaido. As a main port, Otaru city had been developed as a international city. During this tour, you can see Japanese and Western mixed historical buildings at canal area and Sakaimachi district and you also see herring palace. You can also enjoy riding hackshaw and discovering formally prospered financial area so called ”Otaru wall district” Then, you can enjoy some local special snacks including fresh seafood BBQ and Japanese Osenbei rice crackers at Sakaimachi district. Besides, you will experience glass bead making as well.
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Course(Visiting Spots)

・The herring palace
・Strolling canal area and seeing Otaru wall district with rickshaw
・Strolling Sakaimachi district and enjoying some local specialties
・Experiencing making your own glass bead

Departure Time 9:00AM
Duration 8 hours
Number of People 1~6
Meeting Point At your hotel(Sapporo or Suburb )
Tour End At your hotel(Sapporo or Suburb )
What's Included ・Professional guide fee
・Hotel pick-up and drop-off
・Small group private tour
What's Excluded ・transportation fee(you and guide)
・herring palace fee (300yen per person)
・fee of rickshaw (about 3,000yen per a reckshaw)
・lunch and snacks(about 3,000yen per person)
・glass making fee(1,000yen per person ) or music box making fee (2,000yen per person)
*Fees may be subject to change.
Reservation Deadline 7 days before the tour
Others Travel insurance not be attached.
Yuichi
  • Yuichi
  • Language:English
  • Interpreter Guide Number:EN04450
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Tour Fee

  • US$131 per group

Cancellation Policy

8 or more days before tour date
No Cancellation Fee
2-7 days before tour date
20% Cancellation Fee
1 day before tour date
50% Cancellation Fee
On the tour date or If you do not send a cancellation contact
100% Cancellation Fee

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