The old British consulate, located near the old correspondence hall, was founded in 1859. It was the seat of the British consulate from the opening date of the correspondence hall to 1934. Greening is good, there are many old trees, surrounded by a small high slope, there are several households on the slope, small streets with coffee waiters, very quiet. Time is tight. We're leaving the culvert right away and we're just walking around.
It's just a small building with a cafe for dessert. It's a bit old. Xiaoyang Building is not big, and some of the office areas in it are still as they are now. A photographic souvenir (silly) can clearly see the pier and telescopes in the second floor office. There is a museum not far away. My shoes broke when I broke them. Or the aunt and uncle in the parking lot took glue to help me stick them on.
Walk right from the old public hall, enter a small road, not far from the intersection and you can see a small shop, which sells drinks, ice-cream and some small commodities. There are seats at the door. Just buy an ice-cream and sit down for a rest. The ice-cream in Hokkaido is very delicious and delicious. After the beautiful houses on both sides, the small courtyards are tidy and tidy, and the flowers and trees are especially warm.
The old British consulate in front of Yuantang Park and on Kisaito was the British consulate in the correspondence from 1913 to 1934. A small Western building, with Japanese characteristics of pine, plus roses in the yard, does not feel disharmonious, but reflects exquisite everywhere. The museum exhibits historical materials and related cultural relics from the time of its opening, and can also buy a lot of goods from Britain. If you have plenty of time, experience the English tea here, which will make you think you have come to Britain.
Compared with the old residence, the British consulate is more worth visiting. There is a beautiful European garden in it. Unfortunately, at that time, there was no electricity on the mobile phone and no photos could be taken. The consulate also provides tripods so that tourists can take their own pictures without asking for help. There is a souvenir spot on the first floor. It sells British souvenirs. It's worth visiting.
This is an independent small foreign building located just below Yuanting Park on the Kisaka Tongpo. The British flag is flying on the small foreign building. It is known that this small building has something to do with Britain. This is the seat of the British Consulate from 1913 to 1934. This is a historic Memorial opened by the Hakodate Museum. The teahouse inside is very famous. You can enjoy authentic English black tea while smelling the scent of roses in the garden.
The old British consulate was a beautiful small foreign building with a small English garden, roses and a small arbor. The whole consulate is a small blue-and-white building with white walls and blue doors and windows. It looks very holiday-like. I thought it was in Greece. Tickets are needed to enter, and there are some maps of British navigation, which is evidence of British colonial expansion. Hakodate is also the earliest port in Japan.
When you come to the old British consulate, the most important thing you can't miss is to have English afternoon tea, black tea with strong flavor, and a limited set meal every day. Next to the small gift shop is also very interesting, the real building is full of strong British style.