In terms of characteristics, it’s just so-so. It’s just Japan’s first women’s monastery. Maybe I don’t have a sense of this aspect of humanities, so I think this is optional. If time is tight, I can’t come. After visiting, there is a small shop with small cookies baked by the nuns and some small keychains and postcards. All of these are not as attractive to me as the ice cream cone next to the parking lot, haha~
It's very very very worth coming. The one-day bus and tram tickets we bought have direct access to sightseeing routes. This is the first women's monastery in Japan, and there are still nuns living a monastic life here. The red brick building of the monastery is fresh and unique, and there are sculptures such as the statue of the Virgin in the courtyard, giving a holy impression. The place where the nuns really live is not allowed. They can only be visited outside. The European-style buildings are very suitable for large-scale filming. Finally, you can buy some souvenirs and handmade biscuits made by the nuns in the archive.
There is a bus from Hakodate Station to Trabis Women’s Monastery. Take the bus "Hakodate Airport Line" to "Yukawa Danji North Exit". The monastery is about 10 kilometers away from the city, 30 minutes by car, and about 15 minutes after getting off the bus. In 1898, 8 nuns from France founded the monastery, and there are still nuns practicing in it. This is also the first female monastery in Japan. The monastery has different scenery in autumn and winter. This is a scenic spot with special scenery and few tourists. It feels good to be here. I come here in autumn and winter. If I go to Hakodate in a different season next time, I will go again!
Living in Kechuan Yuwan, Yin is very heirical. Because I stayed indoors in Hakodate for 7 days, I can only go to the monastery to play. It is very convenient for many buses to reach and connect. There will be more China travel maps in the future. So Qiyin has posted disappointment.... To the imaginary, you are all stupid northerners who have a big vow. If you find yourself in China, you have no education and no culture, and what you lose when you go abroad is the crispness of the Chinese, the monastery It’s not that big at first, the old speed is far away calling, Zhi Nao Can, it’s not that I want to be a northerner, but in fact, most of you are inferior to the southerners, you love to accept it or want to comfort I'm so uncoupled, it just happened.
You can get there by taking the No. 4 bus from JR station. You can go to the JR station to buy the city electricity and bus one-day ticket (1000 yen), which is very cost-effective. You can also take the bus to Mount Hakodate, saving a lot of money. The monastery is very quiet and has the style of a European town. There is a park next to it, remember to buy ice cream, it's super delicious.
This monastery is the first women's monastery in Japan. It was founded by 8 nuns from France in 1898. There are still dozens of nuns living a monastic life here. The museum in the monastery can learn about the daily life of the nuns. In case, you can also taste a piece of cake made by the nun
I really rarely have the opportunity to go to the women’s monastery. I don’t know much about the history here, but I am deeply attracted by the appearance and environment. Up to the top of the steps, you can see the sea in the distance, beautiful!
Preston_Dominguez: 346 Kamiyunokawa-cho, Hakodate 042-0914, Hokkaido
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Trappistine Monastery,Hakodate Airport,Miharashi Park (Kosetsuen),Izumo Taisha Shrine Hakodate Bunsha,Darumataishi Statue