This shrine really came down in a very unexpected situation, but it was actually going
I saw an introduction about this shrine on a plane in Hokkaido. result
Did not remember at all. Take the Hakodate tram to the end in the direction of Yunogawa,
You can see it when you get off the car. Walking up the stone steps is a sense of silence
Jue, I just looked at it and it came out. I saw the torii of Inari Taisha
It was the dignified rabbit, and then left.
Actually, this shrine has a lottery with cute little rabbits, so I will go there later
Won't miss it
Location and transportation are fairly convenient. Take the tram and get off at Yunokawa Station and walk for ten minutes. The shrine is medium in size. The building is relatively new and there are not many tourists. The pool inside is pretty. Those who don't have time don't need to go.
The Yukura Shrine in Hakodate is not at the train station, but at the hot spring street station, so it is not a tourist area. When I go there in the afternoon, there are no tourists or locals, so it is super peaceful. The red torii looks stern in a cloudy sky. The entire shrine is thinner than most of Kyoto’s. The Mikami in it reminds me of Inuyasha. It is exactly the same as his nailed Mikami. I can’t help but step forward. See if there is that arrow hole.
Unlike other shrines, there are hot springs here.
Hakodate-Hakodate, a must-see scenic spot in Japan, is a poetic name. As one of the beautiful coastal cities in Japan, it is prosperous and peaceful. I have been to many coastal cities before, but the real beauty is Hakodate. Here, I can eat all kinds of Japanese cuisine and traveled to all its famous attractions, and I feel that it is no worse than Tokyo. There, I visited the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse, walked into the Hakodate Christos Orthodox Church, went to the Hokkaido Museum of Art in Hakodate, then visited Pecker Park, and finally came to Yukura Shrine. That’s it, a one-day trip. It's over. Next, I will give you a detailed introduction to my trip. Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse-Blue Sky and White Clouds in Japan When I first heard about this attraction, I was curious, because I never understood why a warehouse can be called an attraction. But when I actually came here, I realized that it was not what I thought. Indeed, it is built of red bricks. The house construction is not too particular, but it does have different style characteristics, without losing a bit of Japanese characteristics. When you walk in, you will find that it is actually a large shopping store. The residents here say that the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse has also undergone many reforms. It has witnessed the historical changes of Hakodate and has historical characteristics of the Meiji period. Speaking of this, do you also feel a strong historical atmosphere? If so, let's actually take a trip, and the personal experience is more than imagined. Tickets: No Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday Transportation: Get off at Shizijie Station and walk for five minutes. Hakodate Christos Orthodox Church meets Christos Orthodox Church. The first thing I think of is a wedding. I believe that we can see many weddings held in churches both in TV, movies and in real life. It is a beautiful white church whose exterior is based on the unique Russian Byzantine art style. The most surprising thing is the vast ocean behind the church. At this moment, the intersection of white and blue has a unique style, which makes me deeply intoxicated. Tickets: 200JPY (approximately 12 yuan) Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-17:00, Saturday 10:00-16:00, Sunday 13:00-16:00 Transportation: Take the city electricity from the tower to the cross The street’s fresh art and culture-the Hokkaido Hakodate Museum of Art. Since we plan to train our baby in the direction of art, we will take her to the art museum to wander around and feel it wherever we go. Of course, the Hakodate Art Museum in Hakodate, Hokkaido is not to be missed. The museum as a whole is not as big as we thought, but it has all the internal organs. There are oriental calligraphy and painting works, as well as Western sculpture art exhibitions, and ceramics. Another thing worth mentioning is that there is a special exhibition room in Goutei Kaneko, which contains some of his private collections in addition to his own works. Although I am a layman, I always feel that I have a special flavor when I look at it. It is worth mentioning that the art gallery itself, this building is also a very beautiful building with a sense of design, suitable for taking pictures. In short, if you come to Hakodate, don't miss this art museum, it is a place worth visiting! By the way, tickets are also very cheap! Tickets: 150 yen Opening hours: 9.30-17.00 (no entry allowed after 16.30) Transportation: Goryokaku Park Front Station Woodpecker Park Woodpecker Park is not too big, and is similar to domestic parks. The specialty is its unique Hokkaido cuisine, which I like very much. The air is very fresh and it is suitable for leisure and entertainment there. I feel far away from the hustle and bustle of the city and come to a world again. The blue sky, clear water, and green trees made me feel refreshed and happy. We booked a tatami double room there, where we can enjoy the comfort of sky hot spring. Take a look at the panoramic view of Zhumu Park and see the bustling night scene there. Tickets: 25 yen Opening hours: Open 24 hours. Transportation: Yukura Shrine in Hinoide Town, Hakodate City. If you say that the historical building is Yukura Shrine, I am still the same, and I like those things or attractions with a sense of time. I like to sit there and listen to its stories and understand its past. I remember that day, I asked a local grandma about its deeds. As a result, grandma told me many legends and stories about it. This time, I really shed tears. It is not how sad the story is, but how empathetic it is! Similarly, people often come here especially to worship the gods inside. There are many wish wooden plaques on the horizontal column inside. Is this the dream or wish of those people? I remember that I also wrote one at the time, but when I think about it many years later, it seems that things go against my wishes more. But life is beautiful after all. Tickets: No Opening Hours: Open 24 hours. Transportation: Take the tram at Hakodate Station and arrive at Yunokawa in 30 minutes. I have to say that Hakodate is a city of memories because it only leaves me with memories. I think it is not. ! This trip is slowly a memory, because the places you have been to and the stories you hear will be unforgettable for life. Those architectural art culture and traditional culture are unique, just like things that have never appeared in your life, you will have a sense of new life. This feeling is not for yourself, but for those sceneries. You will feel the shortness of life and the smallness of people, so that even if the night is dark, people are lonely, and mature overnight, but all the frustrations , The sense of loss is nothing in the face of maturity. Go get it, stranger! From now on.