This small building with white walls and blue doors and windows is the old British consulate. It was the British consulate for 21 years from 1913 to 1934. It is currently the historical memorial hall opened in Hakodate Port. The area where Motomachi is located is the first place in Hakodate that opened to the West, so many Western-style buildings have been left here. There are also several Western-style churches around the consulate, making the entire Motomachi area full of exotic flavors. .
It's just a small western-style building with a cafe where you can eat desserts. It feels a bit old. The small western-style building is not big, and some of the office areas in it are still intact. There is a photo zone in one mouthful (it’s pretty silly)
In the office on the second floor, you can clearly see the dock and telescope.
There is a museum not far away. My shoes broke when I broke them_(:з」∠)_ or the aunt and the uncle in the parking lot took glue to help me stick it.
This is an independent small building on the slope of Kisaka Pass directly below Motomachi Park. The British flag is flying on the small building, and you know that this small building is related to the United Kingdom. This was the location of the British Consulate from 1913 to 1934. This is a historical memorial opened in Hakodate. The tea room inside is very famous. You can taste authentic English black tea while smelling the fragrance of roses in the garden.
I learned about some interesting former ambassadors and key Japanese people.
The British consulate in the Japanese Hakodate, the main exhibition of Hakodate port opening materials, and some valuable cultural relics.