It is reproducing the clan residence of the Matsumae clan who was appointed from the Tokugawa shogunate for Hokkaido control (all 14 buildings).

The herring fishery in Hokkaido brings unprecedented wealth to unprecedented coastal areas.

The word “Matsumae” of Matsumae Peninsula, at the south end of Hokkaido, derives from the Matsumae family (feudal military commanders) who governed the area during the Edo period (1603-1868).

 


July through August is your chance to see the "floating hydrangeas".
There are 2,000 of these colorful hydrangeas floating in the pond!
address
Nishidate, Matsumae-cho, Matsumae District, Hokkaido
tel
0139-42-2726
business hours
9: 00 ~ 17: 00 (from the beginning of April until the end of October)
other information
Access
From the JR Hakodate station, by bus "Kaisoku Masaki-go", get off at "Matsushiro" bus stop and about 15 minutes on foot

Price Adult 360 yen

* Business days and hours are subject to change due to the influence of Novel Cornavirus (COVID-19).

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