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Night view from Hakodateyama
Hokkaido

The night view from Hakodateyama was chosen as the three-stars of scenary by Michelin.  Mt. Hakodateyama (334 m) is located in the south of the Hakodate city.  We can go to the top of the mountain by a car, a bus, a ropeway, and of course on foot, however, after 17:00 pm it is forbidden to go by a car except taxis. Many many people go up here to see the wonderful night view of Hakodate city.   

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Uploaded: 15/08/2012
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