Discover Hakodate and Fukushima with private guide
This tour visits a town called Fukushima and two of Hakodate's most popular tourist spots.
The morning market is bustling with tourists. You can see squid swimming in a fishing pond.
Fukushima town is only one in Japan that has produced two yokozuna sumo wrestlers. You can see various items of unique sumo culture. It was also a base for the construction of the world longest undersea tunnel. You can learn on how the longest undersea tunnel was constructed on the video.
The summit of Mt. Hakodate commands a splendid view of Hakodate's unique landscape. The night view starts 30 minutes after sunset. At the end of the 8-hour tour, city lights might start to turn on.
Meet at the shipside at the pier at 9 am. Then, get on the van taxi to go to the morning market.
Next, we head for Fukushima town where Tunnel Museum and Sumo Nuseum are. It takes 1. 5 hours each way. On the way, we have a short break. Have lunch in Fukushima. Stay in Fukushima about 2 hours, including lunch.
On the way to return to Hakodate, we stop at Trappist Monastery for a break.
For the last destination, we go up Mt. Hakodate. Then, we return to the ending place.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: at your hotel or any convenient place
End location: at your hotel or any convenient place
Duration: 8 hours
Van-type taxi. Toyota Hi Ace 2014. Hold 9 passengers. Air contidioning.
My knowledgeable service as your private guide for 8 hours.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
38200 JPY - Van taxi for 8 hours (35,000 yen for the day), Tunnel Museum and Sumo Museum (700 yen), lunch (about 2,000 yen), ice cream or drink for a rest (500 yen)
Transfortation fees, admission fees, lunch and drink or ice cream.
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Fumiko being a local of Hakodate showed us the site of a major disaster that brought about the building of the undersea tunnel. I was very happy to learn about the the actual building of the tunnel and the geography of the land that the tunnel was built in. I was told about the three tunnels that were built to in order for the Bullet Train to pass through it. We were taken to two locations where the train entered and exited the undersea tunnel. Thank you Fumiko for showing us Hakodate and Fukushima.