I got up and went to Nakajima Koen station to ride a train for Makomanai on Sapporo Subway Nanboku Line(South-North Line), which is the only subway in Japan whose viaduct is covered with shelter to protect train systems from snowfall.
At Makomanai station
After arriving at Makomanai, I ate two rice balls for breakfast to kill the time to wait for bus bound for Takino Suzuran Kyuryo Koen(Takino lily hill park).
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On my way to the park, I found graves with statue like Moai
Otaru is the most famous tourist attration of suburban cities around Sapporo. Despite the fact that I'm a rail fan, I didn't know the existence of Temiya Line. The line was abolished in 1985, but its track is still used for tourist spot.
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I walked along shopping street connected with Märchen intersection. Along the street, I ate potato with butter, croquette, cheese cake etc.
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The shape of Hokkaido is used as a metaphor of boobs
After pickking up my baggage, I completed Sapporo Subway Toho Line and Sapporo streetcar.
Toho Line Train 9000series
Around midnight, I boarded night bus for Hakodate Yunokawa Onsen.