The Port of Hakodate lies on the southern shores of Hokkaido, Japan’s second largest and northernmost island. Built on a rocky promontory, it has an excellent sheltered harbor. The main industries in the Port of Hakodate are salmon- and seaweed-processing and tourism. The Port of Hakodate is the capital of the subprefecture of Oshima. Its streets are clean and wide, but its houses are made of wood, but they have stone roofs due to the windy conditions of the city. In 2005, over 294 thousand people live din the Port of Hakodate.
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