Hakodate I cycled through the Goryokaku area. After all, if you’re going to rent a bicycle, it’s an electric one.
Go around Hakodate city by electric bicycle.
It’s now an electric bike. The Hakodate trip continues… So today he rented a bicycle in front of the station and has a lot of Hakodate. After all, if you’re going to rent a bicycle, it’s an electric one. What is light? Naturally he wants it. The manufacturer was Bridgestone, but I wondered what it was. There’s a power button and he’s in gear 3 and slope 2. With only 2 powers of gravity on the slopes, he climbs without any effort on his legs. Also, the start of the 3 power signal is oddly fast. Great start.
What is Goryokaku?
Goryokaku has an interesting shape. It is shaped like a star, and I have seen castles with the same shape in other prefectures. When I looked it up, it seems to be a place called Tatsuoka Castle in Nagano Prefecture, but looking at the picture, the shape is the same. It is said that Goryokaku was originally built in the Edo period as the place where the Hakodate magistrate’s office was relocated, but after the shogunate collapsed, it was occupied by the former shogunate forces during the Hakodate War. In the Meiji period, it was used as a parade ground for the army, but after 1914, it was opened to the public as Goryokaku Park. It is now a national property under the jurisdiction of the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
Iai Gakuin School Juridical Person
Iai Gakuin is the oldest school for girls north of Tohoku, built by Mr. and Mrs. Melman Colbert Harris. Mr. Harris is an American Christian pastor who came to Hakodate in 1872 and started this school, and also worked as an English teacher and as a consul in the United States. He also taught as an English teacher at the famous Agricultural School of Dr. Clark.