[ hah-kaw-dah-te ]
/ ˈhɑ kɔˈdɑ tɛ /
a seaport on S Hokkaido, in N Japan.
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Words nearby Hakodate
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How to use Hakodate in a sentence
The salient episode of his career was an attempt to establish a republic at Hakodate.
Hakodate is one of the ports originally opened to foreign trade.
A week later he was put ashore at Hakodate, and after some telegraphing, his fare was paid on the railroad to Yokohama.
They also wanted the two ports, Shimoda and Hakodate, opened to them.
British Dictionary definitions for Hakodate
a port in N Japan, on S Hokkaido: fishing industry and shipbuilding. Pop: 284 690 (2002 est)
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