Hakodate opened as Japan’s first trading port, introducing foreign culture ahead of the rest of Hokkaido. Anywhere you look in Hakodate, you can see the combined influence of Japanese and Western traditions in its architecture and style. From elegant Motomachi, with its rows of European-style churches, to Mt. Hakodate and its breathtaking nightscape. Hakodate is a city prepared to satisfy foodies with the freshest seafood, as well as local classics like ramen. Combine your visit to Hakodate with a tour of Onuma Quasi-National Park or the quaint towns of Esashi and Matsumae.

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