Winters in Otaru, Hokkaido are famous for their magic, beauty, and warmth. This tour will take you to the best spots that show why this port city should be among your favorite winter destinations. Visit the Otaru Music Box Museum, where you will find some of the oldest musical devices in Hokkaido. They have everything, from nineteenth century music boxes, phonographs, pianos, and many more. Everything is housed in the western-influenced museum built in 1912, during the Meiji period. The next top is The Bank of Japan Otaru Museum. The bank operated from the late Taisho Period to the early Showa Period in "the Wall Street of Northern Japan," but now houses important historical pieces of the bank and Otaru in general. Then, experience the Otaru Snow Light Path, a festival of lights and beauty that happens for ten days every February. The city becomes magical with the many candles and lanterns on display. Come and cozy up in the serene and romantic atmosphere. Finally, go to Mt. Tengu Ropeway, which takes you up the 532m mountain. You’ll get a breathtaking view of Ishikari Bay and the Shakotan Peninsula. While there, you can also check out a ski museum, the Tengu Museum, and more. Don’t forget to read about the mythical creature the mountain was named after. Join the tour and experience a winter that you will never forget.