2017 Hakodate Night stall village full of tourists. very!
I went to Daimon Yokocho in front of Hakodate station and had a drink.
Daimon Yokocho is just a short walk from Hakodate Station. Passing through here, there is a stall village lined with stalls. There are some locals, but there are a lot of tourists. In the evening, at a pub somewhere, he also served local sake with sake. I think so. Tourist prices around here. expensive! Hakodate as a whole is a tourist town and there are no other industries? Prices are high anyway. You can eat crab, sake, scallops, etc. and charge around 5,000 yen per person. Even though it’s a side-by-side fireside-style stall, it’s all about the high price. Everything in Hokkaido is so expensive, it takes courage to enter. In addition, it seems that this area used to be a downtown area, but now it has moved to Goryokaku. The area around Goryokaku really feels like a city, but…
If you pass through this entrance, you’ll come to a street of bars that looks like a bar district with lots of lights. Anyway, I feel that all of Hokkaido’s gourmet food is available. Crabs, scallops, Jingisukan, Hokkaido vegetables, and meat. Also, Genghis Khan is a Hokkaido specialty, but… I ate crab, but a piece of frozen king crab served on a small frying pan with butter. I put it on the stove and bake it, but since this is frozen, I can’t say anything. Crabs are quite easy to freeze, so the taste is sweet when grilled, so it’s like the all-you-can-eat crab, but what do you think? However, it is full of tourists. I can’t even sit down. It seems that the store opening here will be the most profitable.
Hakodate’s stall village is also inbound.
It’s a store I’ve been to two or three times. When I came to Hakodate, he wanted to drink, and he had a cheap image of food stalls, so he went there because it sounded like a village. This shop has good huink and the taste is so-so. As I said this time, Hakodate is also full of tourists, and this store was also crowded with foreign tourists. I couldn’t even sit down… Anyway, wait a little bit and it’s narrow, but it feels like you can go inside and sit tightly. Orders are placed on the counter in front of you.
Hakodate, if you want to buy local things, it’s a good idea to go to a roadside station in the suburbs.
Year by year, the number of foreign tourists in Hakodate is increasing, and to put it bluntly, the area in front of Hakodate Station is likely to become more expensive for tourists. If white corn goes to the countryside of Hokkaido, it costs about 100 yen on the road to the station… When I went to the morning market in front of Hakodate Station, he was almost 400 yen. In front of the store, there are all the old men and women standing there, and when they see something, they start talking to me, and I feel like they are in the mood for business. It’s like Kuromon Market in my hometown Osaka. Am I doing too much? That’s what it feels like. I recommend a roadside station on the outskirts of Hakodate. Everything is cheap and local, especially locally grown vegetables and potatoes are cheap and delicious. Buy a little more locally and have it sent to your home by courier. Potatoes can be stored for a very long time. I recommend a roadside station in the suburbs. I wish I had a car…