This is an Orthodox church built by the Russian Consulate in Hakodate, so it has a Russian style. There are a total of 6 onion-shaped spires, large and small, with a cross on each spire. However, the original church was destroyed by fire in 1907 and rebuilt in 1916. The bells of the church are said to be wonderful, and it was selected as one of the "100 Best Japanese Soundscapes". The bell will ring at 17:00 on the second Saturday and the prayers before Sunday noon. If you come to the church at that time, don’t forget to stop. Listen to this wonderful music~
A European-style church in Hakodate, on the hillside of Mount Hakodate, can be arranged to visit together, see the church in the evening and then go up the mountain to see the night view, the church is not big but very beautiful, the interior is also very beautiful
In Hakodate, there is a church building group gathered near Motomachi. From the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse, you can take a car or not to walk slowly. The road to Japan has slopes, and the slopes are quite big. It is still a little tired to walk up. Very close and each has its own characteristics, very attractive
After enjoying the night view of Hakodate from the observatory on Mount Hakodate, when I took the cable car down, I saw the night view of the church district because it was close to the window and took a photo. Several church buildings are close to each other, and I decided to walk back to the hotel with my friends, just to stroll around the night scene. Turning to the Christos Orthodox Church, although the visit time has passed long ago, but the door is still open, the two of us bravely went in and took a look. There was ice on the steps, and we had it so cautiously. At that time, it was quiet and dark, only the church stairs were lit, and we didn't feel the terrible harm. Now that I think about it, I find it very interesting. The meaning of travel is not to walk around and to discover and experience people and things that I have never touched in my daily life. I still have this feeling.
In the introduction of these attractions in Motomachi, Hakodate, only Japanese and English are available, so if you don’t understand it, you can’t understand anything. You can only go back to the Internet to solve your doubts when you have done the strategy before, or when the local tour is over. The official name of this church is the Resurrection Church. It is an Eastern Orthodox church of the Japanese Orthodox Church. In 1861, Father Nicholas came to Japan to build this church. However, in 1907, the Hakodate fire broke out. The church was destroyed once, and what we see now is that it was rebuilt in 1916.