Otaru, Hokkaido: Winter wonderland in Hokkaido

Otaru, Hokkaido: Winter wonderland in Hokkaido
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Good morning~  Oops, I mean good afternoon, haha.  Even though it’s a trip, I still find it difficult to wake up early…  Soup Curry “Daruo”  The beginning of soup curry as “herbal curry” in a cafe,  In the 1970s, the owner of a cafe in Sapporo first made it for his father’s health.  It’s completely different from ordinary Japanese curry.  Whether it’s made for health reasons or not, it feels healthy.  You can add a variety of toppings, including meat, seafood, and vegetables!  Bon appétit!!  Chuo Market  Completely opposite to the Sankaku Market, which is a 3-minute walk away,  there are hardly any people here.  It seems like locals come here rather than tourists.  For some reason, the room from the Showa era are reproduced.  Personally, I like this market, which is quiet and retro  This is how the market is divided into three buildings.  When I first entered, I thought it was a seafood market, but as I walked around, various shops appeared, which is interesting!  For some reason, I feel like I’ve become a local when I’m here, haha.  It’s heartwarming.  It’s good to eat out everywhere in Otaru, but buying various side dishes here and snacking at the hotel might be good too.  I just noticed, but the place I initially thought was the first building was actually  the second building…  The atmosphere has changed quite a bit,  and there were food stores and the like lined up.

 Favourite Cosplay

A young man walking around with a big camera,  A girl confidently walking around in her favorite cosplay,  A young man dancing alone in the middle of the night.  And I thought.  Maybe I can find my dream here.  Two years later, after completing my military service, I started living alone in Japan.  Niina started drawing something!  We took a short break at the hotel and then went out again.  And We stumbled upon an izakaya while walking!  This is great!  It’s like a miracle that there’s still an open restaurant in Otaru that closes so early!  There was no choice but to go.  Whisky soda is 245 yen!!! This is cheap!  Looking at the familiar menu of izakaya, I feel reassured haha.  I feel like I walked around Otaru a lot, but there seemed to be really few izakayas. Late-night snacks are exceptional, especially when enjoyed late at night!  It’s even more special, especially when it’s a late-night snack during a trip.  And beer!  Oops…  Don’t forget the sausages.  And ketchup and mustard!  For ramen, it’s always best to go for the limited-time ones.  Are you ready?  If you enjoyed the video, please click the like button. If you want to see more new videos, please subscribe to the channel.  Thank you very much! ^^


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