Motoizaka Avenue was named because it was the source ｢motoi｣ from which Hakodate's downtown infrastructure development plans took shape. The hilltop area, where the street is made with cobblestone and lined with flowerbeds and bronze statues, provides sweeping views of the Old British Consulate of Hakodate and the Motomachi District where old-style street cars still run, as well as Hakodate Bay. From the bottom of the hill, visitors are treated to the beautiful sight of Motomachi Park and Old Public Hall of Hakodate Ward, which has been designated an important cultural asset, set against the backdrop of Mount Hakodate.
10 minutes by car from JR Hakodate Station
●Authorized Filming Dates & Times
When filming on the street, requires advance contact the road administrator and police.
Hakodate Film Commission