Hakodate Bay Area
There are some old red brick warehouses in the Hakodate Bay Area. These warehouses are the Kanamori Soko Warehouses built in the early 20th century and have been known as the landmark of the bay area of Hakodate. Now they house a number of restaurants and shops, and visitors enjoy shopping and eating. With various facility complexes such as Hakodate Nishi Hatoba (western dock), Hakodate Meiji-kan, Bay Hakodate, and Hakodate Kaisen Ichiba (seafood market), and interesting restaurants around the dock, it is a good spot for seeing the night views. At Hakodate Port, at the Sei-kan Ferry Memorial the ferryboat “Mashu-maru” is moored and displayed at the Old Sei-kan Ferry Pier. The Mashu-maru’s last voyage in 1988 ended the Sei-kan Ferry operation between Aomori and Hakodate.
From Suehiro-cho Station: 5 min on foot
14-12 Suehiro-cho, Hakodate-shi, Hokkaido (Kanemori Soko)