Maybe many people don't know that the old Japanese Postal Museum is actually the library in Love Letter. Several scenes in the movie are taken here. If you enter to take off your shoes, just to see the scene of the movie, you don't need to enter, just take a picture at the entrance.
Located near the northern end of the Xiaoyun Canal, it is a stone Renaissance style building built in 1906 (Meiji 39). Not only witnessed the prosperity of Otaru at that time, but also became the stage of the boundary delimitation meeting between Japan and Russia when it was just completed. It is a historic monument with unique historical significance.
Very modern buildings, originally wanted to have a good visit, after all, Xiao Juan's history, but that day the storm was too big to enter.
The whole building is very local. After the visit, you can have a good understanding of Xiao Juan's history and culture.
The cultural atmosphere is very strong and elegant people's residence.
Renaissance architecture, there is a very retro literary model!
A stone building of modern European Renaissance style.
Built in 1906, it is a two-storey stone building of modern European Renaissance style. The building is symmetrical in both right and left, and the outer walls are made of local materials from Hokkaido. Now you can still see the real scenes of the business room, VIP reception room, branch storekeeper's room, and the history of Xiao Juan's shipping. The thick outer wall of the building seems to remind us of Xiao Juan's past prosperity.
Very European style architecture, beautiful photos!