Thursday, July 27, 2017

Hakodate in Hokkaido. 函館。

  We arrived at Hakodate. After dinner, we went to Mt.Hakodate
by cable car to see the night view.


Hakodate city.


Closing up.

The last day, we went to sightseeing in Hakodate city.

Day time view in Hakodate city from Mt.Hakodate.


Eastern Orthodox Church in Hakodate.


Saint John Church in Hakodate.


Former Public Hall in Hakodate.


Motomachi Park.


Former Pentagon.


The sky of the Pentagon.


Former magistrate's Office and the tower which we 
looked the Pentagon.


The hotel where we stayed in the second day.


There is a wide hot spring bath attached the room.

The view from the hotel in mountain side.


The view from the hotel in Ocean side.

Sharing with Sky Watch Friday.
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Thanks for your visiting.





           

32 comments:

  1. Those hot spring baths are making me jealous, they look so good

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  2. Wow, what a wonderful time! Beautiful photos!

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  3. Awesome. City lights are so amazing. Superb photos.

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  4. Loved those views of the city lights!

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  5. I love the views of the city and buildings. Your hotel is deluxe and that hot spring bath looks wonderful.

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  6. All of the views are amazing, but I really love the one from the cable car!
    I would love to stay in that hotel, it looks wonderful!

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  8. You have shared very interesting and awesome photos of Hakodate. I love the old European architecture and always wondered how Japan had this French colonial influence until I watch a documentary recently.
    The city view is spectacular and your hotel room is fantastic again for its big size with a private onsen. Good & blissful life.

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Hakodate is one of the cities which started to open for foreign countries after the Meiji era revoltution.

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  10. Hello, gorgeous views. I like the night shots and the hot spring pools would be heaven. Looks like a lovely city to visit. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  11. The Orthodox church is interesting. I love seeing all the glittering lights on a cityscape after dark.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  12. Magnificent sky shots ~ love the idea of viewing the city from the cable car ~ thanks ^_^

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  13. Days of relaxation.
    Days of enjoyment.

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  14. Love the night-time photos especially!
    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/07/pm-paddle-on-lake.html

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  15. Beautiful night, Minoru of that great city.
    Good wednesday.
    Un abrazo.

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  16. Piękne zdjęcia. Nocne zdjęcia są wyjątkowe.Pozdrawiam serdecznie.

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