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Highlights

  •   Morning Market
  •   Motomachi district with a cluster of old churches and some other historical buildings
  •   Mt. Hakodate with the panoramic view of Hakodate
  •   Bay area with Old Brick Warehouses (now renovated as shops and restaurants)
  •   Goryokaku with Old Magistrate's Office

Information

City Hokkaido
Meeting Point At your hotel in Hakodate
Ending Point At your hotel in Hakodate
Departure 09:00 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Duration 8h   Flexible
Languages English (License)
Tour Type Private Tour ( only for you )
Number of people 1 ~ 7
Booking
8h
When?

People

294.40 USD

final price

FREE cancelation 14 days prior

What to Expect

Hakodate is the southern tip of Hokkaido and started developing earlier than Sapporo in Hokkaido. You first head for Morning Market near the station to enjoy watching over 250 shops selling various kinds of things like seafood, vegetables and fruits. There are also seafood restaurants there. Then you head for Motomachi district where you can see a cluster of old churches such as Russian Orthodox Church, Roman Catholic Church, Hakodate Episcopal Church and United Church of Christ. You can also see some old historical buildings around there. Cable cars are operated to take you to the top of Mt. Hakodate where you can see the panoramic view of Hakodate. After lunch you go to Bay area with Old Brick Warehouses (now renovated as shops and restaurants) before you head for Goryokaku Tower where you can see the city from a different angle and the pentagonal-shaped fort below. You also visit the Old Magistrate's Office and learn about Hakodate War.


What‘s included

guide fee

What‘s not included

transportation fee for you and guide (about 1,000 yen /person), ropeway fare (1,280 yen/person). entrance fee (Goryokaku 840 yen/person)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. I want to join this tour in Sapporo. Can I meet you there?

Yes, but you will be charged travel expenses for your guide from Hakodate to Sapporo.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! If you need to make changes such as removing or adding someone to your booking or changing the date or time of your tour, contact us by phone or email
After you secure your booking, the starting and ending points of your tour can be customized to your convenience (ex.: your hotel, nearby stations, etc.). Don't worry, we will take care of you!

Some tours may have an extra fee for this service, make sure to check the tour page.
After booking a tour, the guide will accept (or decline) your booking within 24 hours. Then you will be noticed by email from Triplelights.
You’ll be able to see the guide’s e-mail address and phone number. You can contact your guide directly before the tour starts, and enjoy your tour on the day!
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Your credit card or PayPal account will be charged upon booking. However, if the guide does not accept your booking, the amount will be credited back to the account from which the charge was drawn.
No, our prices are 100% booking fee free – meaning the price you see is the amount you pay.
It depends on the location of your hotel and places you visit. But to give you an idea, it costs about 200-300yen for one place to the other, and the total is about 1,000yen for a full day tour.
Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
Yes you can, but you have to pay an extra charge per person. The price depends on which guide you choose.
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Reviews

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Yvonne
2 months ago , ( Family ) , From: United States

“ Pleasant day with Yuki ”

We were glad to have Yuki as our private tour guide in Hakodate. He was very prompt, attentive and thoughtful in adjusting our itinerary. He showed us the beautiful sights by using public transportation.

Hiroyuki:
Hi Yvonne, I hope everything was all right with you and your family until you came back to the States. I really enjoyed being with you all as your family members were all nice. I'm very happy I could show you around Hakodate. If you have another chance to come to Hakodate, please let me know. I'll take you to some other attractive places in the outskirts of Hakodate. Yuki

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Paul
3 months ago , ( Couple ) , From: United States

“ Great tour! ”

The tour was well thought out and organized. Also, Yuki was flexible and able to make last minute changes to the tour based upon weather. We had a great time!

Hiroyuki:
Hi Paul, Thanks for your comments. I'm glad to hear you had a great time here in Hakodate. I enjoyed myself with you, seeing hot spring monkeys and eating sukiyaki. If you have another chance to come to Hakodate, please let me know. I'll take you to some other attractive places in the outskirts of Hakodate. Yuki

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Yin
5 months ago , ( Friends ) , From: Singapore

“ Hakodate trip ”

Yuki-san is knowledgeable and speaks prefect English.

Hiroyuki:
Hi, Angela Thanks for your comments. I really enjoyed showing you and Karen around Hakodate the other day. I hope you had a good time here, visiting several places and doing some shopping. If you have another chance to visit Hakodate, please let me know. I'll take you to some more attractive places downtown Hakodate you couldn't visit this time. I'd appreciate it if you would send me a picture of us together. Yuki

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