Xiao Juan can walk all the way from the canal in about 40 minutes, which is one of the classics of passing by. If 2-4 hours of meals are enough, it is not recommended to stay overnight. Xiao Juan closes the door too early and has not much place to go in the evening. Only the lights are on. And most of the streets are depressed. Just take a look at the scenery. Few people wear bathrobes in Koku. They are all retro clothes, especially for many Japanese, who come here to wear them like this. Because Otaru is not only a popular tourist attraction in Japan, but also a well-known petty bourgeoisie attraction. Otaru, once depressed, has also returned to prosperity.
In 1912 (Meiji 45), it was designed and constructed by Chen Ye Jinwu and others who laid the foundation of modern architecture. The central building on Northern Wall Street, the most financial street in the Meiji-Dazheng period, was closed in 2002. It is now open to the Financial Information Museum to introduce the history and business of the Bank of Japan in a simple and understandable way.
The Bank of Japan's Old Otaru Branch Shop Financial Reference Library is not far from Otaru Station. It is only a few steps away. It has a small area and a very beautiful appearance. It was designed and built in 1912. It has a history of 100 years. See Figure 2 for details.
Xiao Juan is suitable for a night's roaming, and has a small book to stamp everywhere.
Otaru, a financial reference library, is a renovation of the old Otaru branch store of the Bank of Japan. The old structure of the bank is completely maintained in the store. The upper right is the bank's service window at that time, while the lower right is the bank's Treasury door. This is a good place to satisfy our curiosity for those of us who have no chance to visit the bank at all. What makes people feel more profitable is the Japanese's ability to collect and sort out the data and explain the profound financial and monetary knowledge in depth and shallowly. Walking along the learning guide board of the financial reference library is tantamount to a lively lesson on the popularization of financial and monetary knowledge. I even learned how to distinguish between real and fake Japanese coins, and how much it weighs to carry 100 million yen by hand.
The old bank of Japan financial reference library is not far from JR Xiaotao Station. The building appearance of the reference library is European-style and very beautiful. Look at the introduction built in Meiji 45 years (1912). Now the bank has closed down and changed into a reference library. It introduces the financial development of Japan. You can see it when you have time.
One of Xiaogu's representative buildings, Dazheng Atlantic Wind, witnessed the prosperity of this port city.
Keep going straight and you will see many financial historic buildings full of European style. Among them, the most famous one is the former Bank of Japan Otaru Branch. Designed by Japanese modern architect Kim Woo Cheno, the brick and stone structure, together with the loft design of the dome, is now the Otaru Financial Information Library, which mainly introduces the financial development history of Otaru City and the development history of the Bank of Japan in Hokkaido, witnessing the rise and fall of "Northern Wall Street". Although I didn't go inside to visit, I instantly mended the scene OTL where Uncle Yaren shuttled between the magnificent corridors. I was really deeply impressed by the Japanese poisoning.