Japan > Hokkaido > Hakodate

 07 December 2011

Hakodate is almost 900km by train north of Tokyo.
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On a cold snowy day, we explore the interesting bits of Hakodate, a city of 280,000 people. First Japanese port to open to foreigners, in 1854. A beautiful seaside city set on a promontory, founded 15th century, it has many historical sites. Please click below for slideshow, thanks!

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