Old Public Hall of Hakodate Ward
The old Public Hall of Hakodate Ward, built in 1910, is an ornate mansion awash in pale blues and yellows that reigns regally over the...
Hakodate-yama & Ropeway
Mention you've been to Hakodate and every Japanese person you know will ask if you took in the night view from atop Hakodate-yama – it's...
Old English Consulate
From 1913 to 1934, this whitewashed mansion served as the British consulate. Today it's primarily used as a tea salon for sightseers in...
Head down to the Red-brick Warehouse district to find Hakodate's top buffet right next to the Bluemoon Cruise boats. Enjoy yourself all...
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Foreigners' Cemetery information
The Foreigners' Cemetery, an interesting slice of local history, contains the graves of sailors, clergy and others who died far away from their homelands. Many of the graves are marked with English, Russian or French inscriptions. The first to be buried here were two sailors from the American Navy's 1854 visit.