On the first night, I had a good dinner and walked slowly in Aomori Port ♀️ While admiring the night view while eating and drinking, there was a big ship parked in the port. The lights were on at night. The night of the port was very dazzling. The next morning, I took advantage of the morning market. Haven't opened yet again to the port. It is also very good to see the ship during the day. It is one of the indispensable highlights of the port.
The total ton of 5000 tons, the number of passengers 1300, the number of passengers 12, the role of the land exchange, and the opening of the history of the bright development of Aomori city were first. The yakoda Maru, which started sailing in 1964, is the longest ship in the history of the sea of the blue letter 55, and the yellow hull is popular with many citizens, and it is currently docked as a memorial ship. A three-storey simulator holds a few wax scenes depicting the lifelike passengers of the Taisho Period, including single husbands who were reunited with their wives, strangers who returned home to work in Hokkaido, or grandparents who traveled together. The viewer can feel the atmosphere of homesickness and the aunt who sells apples is more lovely. The first-class seats are a bit like the domestic high-speed rail business class, and they are comfortable lying down; the captain's room and each room are kept as they are for visitors to see. The operating room is the heart of the ship, and it is impossible to enter except for the captain and some staff, and there is a little game to sail, all the equipment is neat and ready to sail. The vehicle deck on the first floor is a space rarely seen in the world for transporting railway vehicles, showing the vehicles that were transporting mail and goods at that time. On the B1 floor, you can see 1600 horsepower purple oil engines with single-cycle main piston exhaust turbines.