Dating from 1916, this beautiful old Russian Orthodox church is adorned with distinctive copper domes and spires.
Red-brick Warehouse District
Hakodate's red-brick warehouses were built around 1907 and now house food markets, cafes, shops and galleries. This extremely popular...
Operating from a wharf in the Red-brick Warehouse District, Bluemoon Cruises offers 30-minute cruises (¥1600) that head out to see the...
Head down to the Red-brick Warehouse district to find Hakodate's top buffet right next to the Bluemoon Cruise boats. Enjoy yourself all...
9-4 Hōraichō · interesting places nearby
Hishi-sabō, part cafe, part antique shop, is an unmistakable ivy-covered kura (mud-walled storehouse) that is situated just one block west from the Hōrai-chō tram stop. Even if you are not in the market for a used kimono, you cannot go wrong with a cup of English tea and a tasty gourmet waffle (waffuru-setto; ¥890).