Third day in Hakodate. Walking around Kaiko-Dori. First, visited Hakodate Asaichi Square.
Donburi (bowl) Yokocho.
Inside, many bowl restaurants lined up on either side. Hard to know which restaurant to choose.
Hakodate Asaichi Ekini Market was right next door.
Many seafood stores were lined up inside.
On the second floor was Hakodate Asaichi Shokudo Nibankan. A bowl set was only 550 yen (including tax), one 2nd or 3rd of the price of other bowl restaurants.
A short walk away was Nichiro Building, with Cafe Marusen on the first floor. Hakodate branch of the former Nichiro Fishery (now Maruha Nichiro). Designed by Zushi Yoshihiko. Completed 1929-1938, designed by Yoshihiko Zushi.
Kanamori Red Brick Warehouses were the center of Hakodate Bay Area. The complex was made up of seven red brick warehouses built in the Meiji era (1868-1912).
The warehoises were owned and operated by Kanamori Shosen Co, Ltd. and were shopping malls and halls.
In front of the red brick warehouses was Lucky Pierrot's Marina Suehiro restaurant.
Lucky Pierrot's Bay Area main restaurant was a 2-minute walk away. Lucky Pierrot was densely located in Hakodate City. They outnumbered McDonald's or Mos Burger in terms of the number of stores and popularity.
At this point, Hachimanzaka, at the foot of Mt. Hakodate, was just in front.
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