- A 1,600 meter long promenade built on the former site of the Temiya Line, a railway line that originated in Hokkaido and was widely used as a means of transporting mainly coal. It is popular as a sightseeing spot as it retains the appearance of the old railroad tracks and crossing gates, and you can take photos on the tracks. Otaru Museum is the main building of the former Temiya Station, and exhibits the steam locomotives that were actually running. The museum is registered as a Heritage of Industrial Modernization for its contribution to the modernization of Japan.
Places to Enjoy Otaru and Yoichi to the Fullest
The Ruins of Former Japan National Railways Temiya Line
- Naohito Shida
- Naotoshi ikeda