Let's call it a day. The silhouette of Shimokita Peninsula of Aomori Prefecture was disappearing in the darkness. The light of lives emerged near the sea level.
I jogged to the foot of Mt. Hakodate, the residential area of the City. My father had lived there thirty years ago and I visited him several times during his mandate in the city.
Mt. Hakodate could be seen on my way from Matsumae Town to Hakodate City. The residential area Yachigashira is at the foot of the mountain.
I have visit there again and again even after my father had gone. So nice refurbished hot spring bath "Yachigashira Onsen" is there.
I was closing to the southern end of Hokkaido. The pastoral way led to the coastline again. It was so beautiful day. It was a pity that I can not show you the scenery under the water I saw.
The shadow of the mountains and buildings were getting longer and the contrast of the sunny-side and the shade made up a beautiful scenery on the coast.
Comparatively, the west coast of Japan has so many artistic and attractive rocks and coastline carved by the winds and waves from the northwest.