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Good to visit early in the morning

I visited this park, which is located to the left of the Gokoku Jinja Shrine, and on the same road... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Andrew M
Nice place to see cherry blossom if you don't like crowded places

Small nice park to take a stroll. We were there end April 2017 to see cherry blossom on the first... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2017
Singapore, Singapore
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“tram line” (2 reviews)
“full bloom” (2 reviews)
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17-3 Aoyagicho, Hakodate 040-0044, Hokkaido
+81 138-22-7255
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I visited this park, which is located to the left of the Gokoku Jinja Shrine, and on the same road (Higurashi Dori) as the Hachimangusai Shrine.There were quite a few persons jogging and walking in the park when I visited.I was really interested in seeing...More

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 26 May 2017

Small nice park to take a stroll. We were there end April 2017 to see cherry blossom on the first day we reach Hakodate. I believe it will be more crowded once its at the full bloom stage. Many stores were set up in the...More

Thank Trumpboyer86
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Hakodate Park is less packed than Goryokaku in early May due to its cherry trees are spread out. Free of charge and good for a walk. Don't expect too magnificent view.

Thank Kar P
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

The entire park was covered in snow and we found a pavilion to climb up to get a view of the park but it is very small and nothing like the magnificent spread of Goryokaku Koen on a similar day. There was nothing much to...More

2  Thank Wennie W
Reviewed 13 May 2016

We took a tram to the nearest stop Aoyagicho Station. From there is a brief walk to the park. We were lucky that we caught the full bloom of cherry blossoms. Its a relaxing place and we saw many people picnic and enjoying the cherry...More

1  Thank lpypeiying
Reviewed 21 April 2016 via mobile

The cherry trees were just budding when we arrived. Perhaps in about a week to ten days it would be best for viewing. Nevertheless this is still a nice and compact park to stroll around.

1  Thank HotEarth
Reviewed 30 January 2016

At the foot of Mt Hakodate is this cozy park which has enough cherry blossom trees, which in early May, bloom in wonderful beauty in contrast to the coniferous green trees growing up the mountain. Then again the yellow and red autumn leaves in late...More

1  Thank Arun714
Reviewed 18 September 2015

The park is well maintained with some good views from the highest lookout point across the ocean to the south. The park has a central fountain at the lower level and some pleasant walking paths

2  Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 24 October 2014

We were here when clouds were very low but anyhow we felt very comfortable in park. There is lot of places where you can relax and enjoy the view on various trees & bonsais. There are also attractions for kids.

5  Thank Miroslav T
Reviewed 6 May 2014

It was a bonus that we visited this park. We took a street car (tram) from hotel resol hakodate yen230/per trip. Check out the street car map, it will see this park. We happened to go there during golden week, so there is a mini...More

1  Thank MOUSEAK
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