This Abashiri Prison Museum is located at the foot of Mount Tiandu, a suburb of Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan. It is an open museum converted from a real prison with a history of more than 100 years. Tickets are required to enter the museum. It belongs to the Abashiri Tour Bus Line The first attraction. In the past, some labor and living facilities in Abashiri Prison were scattered all over the hillside. Most of them have been damaged over time, but what we see now is rebuilt intact. There is a modern prison history hall in the museum, which systematically introduces the history of Abashiri prison and the situation of supervision facilities. The most important cultural relic in the Abashiri Prison Museum is a well-preserved prison. Unlike other cells that are neatly arranged, this cell has a spoke-like structure.
As the northernmost prison in Japan, this is a museum moved from the original Abashiri Prison to rebuild. It displays the prisons, prisons, and farms of the original Abashiri Prison. The history museum also highlights how the prison inmates built Hokkaido. , And the tragic story on the road to Asahikawa on the development network, the overall good. There are buses from Abashiri Station. There are seven or eight buses every day. Pay attention to the timetable.
始建于1890年，后经移建、改建成为网走监狱博物馆，对外公开开放。这是日本 第一座也是唯一一座，对大众公开的实际使用过的狱所设施，是一处相当有历史与教育意义的展示中心。 此地呈现了明治.大正时期的历史建筑，讲述了北海道的开拓历史，此地关押的犯人们开凿修筑了连接旭川与网走的中央道路，有1/6的犯人因此与家人人鬼殊途，虽是有罪之人，却也谱写一曲曲悲壮之歌。