This is the library where Fujii used to work, but this is not actually a library. I came here...I came here on foot, swaying all the way from the Otaru Canal, and it was snowing at night.
Many people may not know that this old Japan Yusen Museum is actually the library in "Love Letters". Several scenes in the movie are shot here. You have to take off your shoes when you enter. If you just want to see the filming scene, you don't need to enter, just take pictures at the entrance.
It's a good choice to stroll around here when you have time!
This is a relatively European-style and quaint architectural style, used to bring a little Japanese quaint style. There are two floors, but the inside is very wide. In fact, there is no opinion in it, it is mostly about watching the meeting and listening.
Located near the end of the northern end of the Otaru Canal, it is a stone-built British Renaissance-style building built in 1906 (Meiji 39). It not only witnessed the prosperity of Otaru at that time, it also became the stage of the Japan-Russia border demarcation meeting when it was first completed. It is a monument of unique historical significance.