Hakodate is an important port city in the southwestern part of Hokkaido. From the Seikan Tunnel to the south, you can reach Honshu Island's Aomori Prefecture. Hakodate is the great south gate to Hokkaido. Hakodate opened its doors to the world in 1854 and is a long-established port trading city. When you come to Hakodate, be sure to climb up to the top of Mount Hakodate to enjoy the city's glimmering nightscape. If you want a taste of exoticism, you can take a walk among Motomachi's historic buildings. For those who are looking forward to Japanese hot springs, you can go to the Yukawa Onsen to relieve the fatigue of travel. Hakodate City is also a paradise for food lovers.
E25***46A must visit if you happened to travel to Hakodate. The night view is really attractive. The best is to be able to catch sunset on the way up to Mount Hakodate and staying at Mount Hakodate for night view. Expected to be very crowded during this time.
Emily慧慧The Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse was the first international trading port in Japan to open, and now it has created a lively shopping area. Transportation: 5 minutes by tram to get off at "Shizijie" station, 5 minutes walk to arrive; Business hours: 09:30-19:00 (shop (shopping store)) How to play: Take pictures among several warehouses, just outside the warehouse The port is also beautiful when the weather is good. The warehouse has been used as the background to walk around and take pictures. Sometimes there are seabirds staying in the opposite harbour. Let’s take a picture together~ There is a super delicious cheesecake, only 200 yen per set. The cheese is very strong and soft and fufu Good ci~
吴立珍Hakodate’s Hachimanzaka pavement is paved with stones, lined with trees on both sides, and surrounded by churches and Western-style houses in Motomachi, filled with an elegant and relaxed European style. Hachimanzaka is directly connected to the sea, with beautiful scenery and unique perspective, so it often appears in TV dramas and movies.
Spring is a time of rebirth. A time to cast off winter’s embrace. In Japan, spring heralds the coming cherry blossoms. For what seems like a fleeting instance, cherry trees flower in exquisitely delicate shades of white and pink. The soft colors signal promising times ahead. Some spend their entire lives chasing the bloom, looking for that perfect flower. For travelers aspiring to catch a glimpse of the annual miracle, this short article offers some background and suggests a few places to visit.
The tropical flora is not unique. But my goal is to view monkeys submerged in the hot spring. The monkeys wouldn’t naturally live in this climate so many were huddled
Hakodate is the only mountain in Hakodate. It looks like a cow lying down, so it is also called Wagyu Mountain. There is an observatory on the top of the mountain. At night, in the middle of the sand neck, the street lights shining on the slender city street contrast with the dark sea. The oil lamp lit by the fishing boat of the inkfish is woven into a beautiful night view. The beauty of the night view of Hakodate lies in the two curved coastlines on both sides of the city. It is built in the sky and is rare in the world.
From the top of the mountain, the left side is Hakodate Port, and the right side is the endless Pacific Ocean. The two sides of the sea are spread out to the distance, and you can clearly see the whole city. When the lights are shining at night, the little lights of the stars become a point of painting, showing two beautiful arcs under the night, depicting a beautiful and elegant "the world's first night scene."
There are still 15 days... Snow in Hokkaido,
can satisfy your winter fantasy,
Night view on the top of Hakodate,
eat a crab seat in Sapporo,
Asahikawa Zoo to see the penguin parade,
Farewell to the Hell Valley Sulphur Hot Springs,
Otaru Canal, a light ice,
Go to Toyako to pay tribute to "Gintama",
photo tour and lonely tree photo,
In the Hoshino Resort, play the snow, and hh/, the old master who made a bird fight in Lake Akan,
there is a kind of winter called Hokkaido...
The red brick warehouse built for the harbor is quaint and elegant. It is a place where you can enjoy the scenery and enjoy the sea breeze. Built in the late Meiji period, it was mainly used to preserve the marine products of port unloading. Nowadays, the warehouse has been completely renewed, and the new complex commercial facility "Hakodate Historical Building", the imported grocery store area "Kinsen Foreign Affairs Museum" and the restaurant, the factory direct beer restaurant "Hakodate Beer Hall" have been born. A variety of other facilities are available. There are many small shops in several warehouses to visit. I think this is also the favorite shopping paradise for sisters. There are many shoes, hats, leather goods, specialties, ornaments and crafts. The small items in Japan are very delicate. I believe they can be bought. I love it the most.
The first stop of my trip to Hokkaido is Hakodate. When I opened the curtains in the morning, I realized that the hotel balcony overlooks the Hakodate and I can see the beach at a glance. Dense, colorful houses, but not a tall building. There is nothing like floating snow in the air.
I thought I might be able to walk in the snow today, and I was excited. Eat a breakfast, and then look out the window, the snow is already very dense, light dancing, light to no direction, up and down. A gust of wind started, the snow fluttered from the bottom up, like a snow blown by a snow machine. When you fall to the balcony, you can witness the process of melting them.
The three layers of the outer three layers are wrapped, and the door is out against the snow.
##Hakkaido Hakodate: I finally saw the monkeys in the hot springs
monkeys are more happy than people, and it is here! The monkeys of
hot springs have been popular on the Internet, and everyone wants to see the monkeys that have become fine. There are two places in Hokkaido where you can see the hot spring monkeys. One is in the depths of the mountains and the road is far away. If you want to see it at a close distance, you can see it at the Hakodate Tropical Botanical Garden. The monkeys here can be enjoyed all year round, but the monkeys in the hot springs can only be seen from December to May of the following year. Its just too kawaii!
The tower is an interactive museum, telling a story of the fort and providing a great view on the surroundings. Great if you're into history. Make the time to visit the tower is you are in Hakodate. This lovely little port is graced with a number of attractions. The tower provides a 360 degree eagle-eye view of the city, including the Goryokaku Park, a beautiful and unusually shaped piece of land originally built to be a fort. The day of our visit was apparently the busiest of the year but, despite the queues, it was a lovely day and the crowds added to the ambience. Definitely worth the visit. The crowds were efficiently and effectively managed.
Located at the southernmost tip of Hokkaido, Hakodate is one of the earliest open international trading ports in Japan. Numerous foreign cultures and properties have come ashore from here and continue to spread inland. As the first business warehouse opened by Hakodate, the "Ginson Red Brick Warehouse" has always witnessed the history of Hakodate.
Today's Jinsen Red Brick Warehouse is still intact, retaining the red brick building of the year. The style of the past sea boom period still exists, and reveals the style of the Meiji period.
The interior of the building has been transformed into a variety of specialty shops, consisting of about 20 boutiques from all over Japan, as well as restaurants, beer halls, etc., three special recommendations [Meijikan] and [White Lovers] dessert shop .
Walking on the road between the warehouse and the seashore, watching the sunset and watching the sailing boat, it feels like coming to the coastal town of Europe. The fresh air, the sea breeze is mixed with a touch of salty taste, the ear is surrounded by elegant melody, the feeling is very relaxed and comfortable~
The cool air is mixed with the warmth of the setting sun. The quiet streets are matched with the few passengers waiting for the trams./
Say the bustling excitement? Isn't it a good time for Hakodate cherry blossoms to open? Isn't the hotel full? People are in the crowd? - It used to be barbecue here~~~
The pictures of other people's homes have finally become the reality in their own eyes. Although they don't look different, the inner feelings are different, and they are infected by the cheerful atmosphere. The thick family and friendship is wrapped in, even if the language does not understand, it is only the expression, you can feel the same: there is a sizzling barbecue, for the hungry people who enter the middle of the trip, it is a happy torment~