First, it's free, not far from Hokkaido University. Very quiet, the room also has Japanese characteristics, clean and contemporary atmosphere. Hokkaido University is also called Peking University for short. There's Tsinghua next to it. It's still fun. There are many pinecones around.
Tsinghua Pavilion is located between Hokkaido University and Sapporo Station. Tsinghua Pavilion is not a pavilion, but a hut. Surrounded by surrounding trees, it is easy to miss if there are no roadside signs. This is a wooden cabin with both Western and Japanese styles. It's very Westernized with a big red carpet and Japanese door, and it's quite quiet around. In fact, there is no exhibition of cultural relics in the cabin. If tourists do not have much time, it is not necessary to come here.
Tsinghua Pavilion is a very simple hut. The wooden building is almost the color of the wood itself. It looks like it has been very old. Tsinghua Pavilion was built in 1880 for the Michelle Emperor when he was traveling in Hokkaido. It was used as a resting place for the Emperor. The Tsinghua Pavilion is surrounded by green trees. It feels very cool in summer. Free visit. You can drop by on the way from Sapporo Station to Hokkaido University.
Tsinghua Pavilion, originally a place for receiving VIPs, was once regarded as a sacred place for the Emperor to rest when he visited Sapporo. It was once a dormitory for staff members after World War II. It now displays historical materials of the pioneering ambassadors in the pavilion. Later, Tsinghua Pavilion was officially listed as a tangible cultural heritage of Japan in 1961.
When I went to Hokkaido University, I saw a sign on the roadside that said Tsinghua Pavilion. I wondered if there would be Tsinghua Pavilion in any place of Peking University. Now that they all came here, I'd like to see it by the way. As a result, the scale of Tsinghua's theory is much worse than that of Peking University. It's just a small wooden house under the shade of a tree. In front of it stood a stone tablet, on which was written the imperial sanctuary of Sapporo, the emperor of Meiji, a resting place for him to come to Sapporo. It's no fun, just come.
Tsinghua Pavilion was built in 1880 as a resting place for the Meiji Emperor during his trip to Hokkaido. Close to Hokkaido University, in the representative architecture of the pioneering era, the integration of harmony style can be seen everywhere in the architecture of western style as a whole. This kind of design makes the building still not obsolete today.
It's only five minutes'walk from the South Gate of Hokkaido University. This is a quiet place with few tourists. There is a small garden full of trees. It's simple and beautiful. If you visit Hokkaido University, you should also visit this place with a sense of history. There is also a small garden opposite the Tsinghua Pavilion.
A small pavilion in the residential area, surrounded by a small garden, was the stopover of the Meiji Emperor during his visit. Several scenic spots around Hokkaido University and the names of domestic universities are easy to confuse. The Botanical Garden of Peking University and this. Free scenery, quiet and elegant.