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Travel Blogs from Hakodate
Walked around Ikebukuro area
Took JR from Ikebukuro to Tokyo station...ready for Shinkansen!!
3 hrs from Tokyo station to Shin Aomori station
another 3 hours from Shin Aomori to Hakodate station
Arrived in Hakodate and found a Rider's house, best one i stayed at and at the same time the least friendly people. Men and women sleep in different rooms and both were packed. I tried carefully not to roll onto my neighbour during the night and crush her.
Arrived in Hakodate and found our Rider's house, best one we stayed at and at the same time the least friendly people. Men and women sleep in different rooms and both were packed. I tried carefully not to roll onto my neighbour during the night and crush her and Iuri tried to ignore the snoring that sounded like a construction site nearby.
We set to explore the ...
... which took us under the very impressive Seikan tunnel - which at 53.85km long (including a 240m-deep and 23.3km-long undersea portion) is the deepest and longest undersea tunnel in the world. Once at Hakodate we were quite shocked by the cold blast of wind that hit us - it was noticeably chilly here! We walked to our retro inn and were pleased to by upgraded to a private bathroom in our Japanese style room, complete with special dressing gowns, kneeling tea ...
... I followed Route 338 from one fishing village to another, up and down the sides on the mountains.For the most part, these are very little villages and VERY remote. ....especially when you consider this area, like Misawa, gets an average of 150 inches of snow each winter. I would expect here are plenty of times when roads in this area are impassable. The Japanese don't really ...