There is another row of red buildings on the opposite side of the row of "Sen, Mori, Mori" in the Jinsen Warehouse, but unlike the red brick buildings of the Jinsen Warehouse, this row of buildings are made of wood, including Starbucks and Xibozhichang. . The Xibozhichang is a supermarket-like store, lined up with refrigerators, filled with milk, pudding, cheese, and a lot of drinks and beer. There is also an area dedicated to selling well-known confectionery from Hokkaido.
This is a commercial area transformed from an old building and an old warehouse, which is quite accent. It is more suitable for shopping and eating. It is also a lively place with more tourists.
There are many wood-based buildings in Japan. And the market of Hakodate is such a building. And it’s mainly a seafood market. Although you can’t buy it back as a tourist, it’s fun to see so many real seafood.
Walking here feels a bit like some of our scenic spots in Shanghai. Shanghai now has many former factories or warehouses that have been converted into art centers and other scenic spots, such as Xibo Zhiyuan. If you are free, you can just walk around.
My favorite place in Hakodate~ No one! It’s just next to the Red Warehouse~It’s actually a shopping mall, but it looks very beautiful from the outside, because it has red bricks and white tiles, and there are neatly manicured creeper bars on the exterior wall~ The mall sells various handicrafts, tourist souvenirs, and food. I bought the cheesecake here, it was super delicious...I am a person who doesn’t like dairy products, but when I was in Hokkaido, I couldn’t help myself eating ice cream and cheesecake. It’s really because Hokkaido’s milk is so super It's delicious~! ! !