Map & Access
Japanease Noodles Restaurant YABUHANi's FASSADE.
The willow tree is LandMark on the street.
the name： Otaru Sobaya YABUHAN
the founder： Akira and Toyoko Ogawara
proprietor： Tadashi Ogawara
landlady： Hitomi Ogawara
corporation： Yabuhan co.ltd
address：Shizuya 'st,2-19-14 Inaho, Otaru City,Hokkaido
access：6 minutes'walk from the JR Otaru station to our store.
business hours：am11:00-pm20:30（Last Order）
* the New Year、January,1~3 is Yabuhan's New Year holidays
* a shop is closedin November(Travel for study and training )
credit card：cannot be used
Map and Accwss
Hokkaido is "the other Japan".
This northernmost of the archipelago's four main islands was a vast, nearly pristine wilderness until about 150 years ago. Even today there is a frontier feel to its more remote regions. City and countryside alike breathe a new air. Ancient tradition, like summer humidity, is less oppressive here. You travel elsewhere in Japan to relive the past.
●Shin-Chitose Airport is
1 hour 30 minutes from Tokyo Haneda Airport,
●Shin-Chitose Airport is
1 hour 55 minutes from Kansai International Airport.
●Sapporo Station is
36 minutes from the Airport by JR Rapid Train.
An hour 30 minutes from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Shin-Chitose Airport An hour 55 minutes from Kansai International Airport.
An hour 11 minutes by JR Chitose and Hakodate Line Rapid Train from
Shin-Chitose Airport to Otaru Station.
We make for foreign countries and expand facility and event information and are brochure which introduced Otaru to magazine style.
The town's nostalgic, old-fashioned mood is enhanced by the architecture and layout. A large canal beautifully exists within it,
Otaru is situated in the western part of Hokkaido, facing Ishikari-wan Bay.
It has developed and prospered as "the sea entrance of Hokkaido" over the last 100 years and it has gained the nickname "Wall Street of the north."
The glassworks shops, coffee shops, restaurants and shopping malls along the canal have been converted from stone-built or brick-built warehouses, which were used for storage when the canal was crowded with jostling barges in former flourishing days of commerce.
When night falls, oil lamps on the cobbled streets are lit. The town gently evokes a nostalgic mood.
Otaru's nickname is "the town of hills" as there are so many hills including Jigoku-zaka (the hill from hell) - a very steep slope - and the long-winding Funami-zaka.
Mt. Tengu-yama that towers behind Otaru becomes a popular ski resort in winter. There is an observation point on Mt. Tengu-yama and the panoramic view including the whole of Otaru and its port is absolutely wonderful. There are also cable cars to the mountain top.
The coastal area in the suburb of Otaru belongs to the Niseko-Shakotan-Otaru-Beach Quasi-National Park and beauty spots including Otamoi Cliffs attract many visitors especially in summer.
● from JR Otaru Station To Yabuhan Google Map
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