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In the Red Brick Warehouse district this large building contains shops crammed full of local and cute wears. However, we enjoyed the Teddy Bear museum on the second floor which featured a large selection of original bears decorated by artists and famous people.
Meijikan is located along the stretch of red bricks warehouses, beside visiting meijikan, you can shop and dine in those red bricks warehouses too. Many restaurants and souvenirs shops but just take note some of the restaurants are closed around 2pm to 5pm for break....More
We were there on the 11th and 12th December 2017.
Hakodate Meijikan はこだて明治館が is where crystal displays & food souvenir are sold here. There is a teddy bear museum upstairs that requires a fee to enter. We took a photo with a big teddy bear...More
I've walked by this building on previous cruise ship stops in Hakodate. This time I decided to go in and look around. There are many interesting souvenir items for sale by various vendors, and they're all very nice. The historical items on the main floor...More
It seems Meiji-kan is a famous old warehouse. However I can't tell from the outside and inside of it. I just saw a very big souvenir store here. There are also 2 things special here. The teddy bear museum and the old and big music...More
Meiji Hall is in a heritage red-brick building and it sells artistic music boxes and beautiful glass products. Also, you can join a glassmaking class to learn how to make your own glass items. Meanwhile, you can have a rest and enjoy a nice cup...More
Usual shopping - souvenirs, chocolates and knick-knacks for the adults.
On the second floor, there is a teddy bear museum. Some great photo opportunities with the over-sized bears. Good place to bring some life into bored children while walking back to the hotel.
One of the most striking features about this building is the fact that it is covered (almost entirely with creepers). The colour of creepers are almost all red in early October when we were there.
There is a standing red cylindrical post box in front...More
The best way is to take the sightseeing bus from the bus terminal which is in front of the JR Station. The sightseeing bus runs regularly, you can go to the bus service center to get a timetable and buy a one-day bus pass... More
The best way is to take the sightseeing bus from the bus terminal which is in front of the JR Station. The sightseeing bus runs regularly, you can go to the bus service center to get a timetable and buy a one-day bus pass if necessary. For the bus information, you can go to this website: w w w. hakobus. co. jp / sightseeing/ for more details. The second choice is to take the tram from Hakodate Train Station Ekimae (函館站前) to Cross Street (十字街) and then walk 3 minutes there. Actually, if you like walking, you can walk there from the JR station in about 10-15 minutes.