A place with few tourists may be related to the location and transportation facilities, but although it is more troublesome to come here, to enjoy the beautiful sunset view, it is a worthy place to visit
The Tsugaru Strait is not seen when you go up the mountain. It is full of snow and pleasant scenery! See the niche beauty of Hakodate! Almost 360° sea view. It is a very broad feeling to look at the sea level in the sea breeze!
Worth a visit. The trams stop at the head of the valley is about half an hour's walk away. Many single houses can be seen along the way, but there are quite a few abandoned houses to look at. To walk through a large cemetery, including a famous family, the burial should say that feng shui is very good. After the place will feel not worth the trip, but to remind, Tsugaru channel wind is too big, had better have a scarf wrap up face, or the mouth will be blowing out. There's hardly anyone to go to, and the cemetery section is a bit seeping, but when you get there you feel it's worth it.
Walking up the street from Cross took about 40 minutes, there were few people on the midday weekend, passing the elementary school to see the parent-child activities, passing the playground to see the students playing baseball, very handsome, feel more integrated into the city, Maybe that's what it means to be free to go, you need to go through a cemetery to get to the Standby, and then you can walk up, the scenery is beautiful, very few people, there will be some locals driving, except for the ultraviolet light is too strong, remember to be sunscreened.
On the slope leading to the stand, there will be a large area of cemetery that dare to call it the local tyrant family. One person sighs: This feng shui is too good to be close, and the front is backed by the sea and the back of the mountain. ~ It is true that it is not said that the cemetery is really beautiful, don't want to, but afraid to take pictures of something bad, I can't help but take pictures of the snowy slopes that are lit by the sun, and the railings are all squid patterns, which is a symbol of Hakodate.