Travel Back to the 19th Century and Tour Hakodate on the Rickshaw Wearing Hakama

【OUTLINE】
The starting spot is just 1-minute walk from Hakodate Station!
It is a tour visiting the Hakodate Bay area centering on the Mori Red Brick Warehouse, wearing a Western-style kimono called Hakama on a rickshaw. Feel the history of the town, while watching the semi-Western style buildings, and the oldest telegraph pole in Japan. Enjoy the rickshaw ride while feeling as if you traveled back in the 19th century. You will have an unforgettable moment while immersing yourself in a nostalgic vibe in Japan.

【HIGHLIGHTS】
・Luxury cross-cultural experience on a rickshaw!
・Commemorative photo in the Western-style kimono called Hakama
・Look around the city without worrying about crowds and bad weather
・There are many Insta-worthy spots in the 19th century cityscape
・30 minutes only to enjoy the main area of Hakodate
* Duration: 2 hours
* Starts: Hakodate, Japan
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Historical & Heritage Tours




【OUTLINE】
The starting spot is just 1-minute walk from Hakodate Station!
It is a tour visiting the Hakodate Bay area centering on the Mori Red Brick Warehouse, wearing a Western-style kimono called Hakama on a rickshaw. Feel the history of the town, while watching the semi-Western style buildings, and the oldest telegraph pole in Japan. Enjoy the rickshaw ride while feeling as if you traveled back in the 19th century. You will have an unforgettable moment while immersing yourself in a nostalgic vibe in Japan.

【HIGHLIGHTS】
・Luxury cross-cultural experience on a rickshaw!
・Commemorative photo in the Western-style kimono called Hakama
・Look around the city without worrying about crowds and bad weather
・There are many Insta-worthy spots in the 19th century cityscape
・30 minutes only to enjoy the main area of Hakodate

Itinerary
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Stop At: Hakodate, Hakodate, Hokkaido

Hakodate is one of the major cities of Hokkaido, located in the far noth of Japan. Here is a luxury rickshaw tour around the bay area of Hakodate, a charming city where cultural heritage meets modern vibrancy.
Rickshaw is a two-wheeled vehicle designed to be pulled by driver called Shafu which has been used since the late 19th century.

The Shafu will guide you through the cityscapes of a blend of Western and Japanese styles along the bay area, including the Mori Red Brick Warehouse, the retro ex-post office building, and the oldest telegraph pole in Japan.

You will be wearing hakama, the fashion influenced by the Western culture, during the tour. In the 19th century in Japan, the government actively adopted Western culture, and a fashion called “Haikara-san” originating from the “high collar” became a state-of-the-art symbol.

Duration: 2 hours