Restaurants and shops are very distinctive, each department has chalk paintings in the back, the campus is also worth visiting. Every theme of the museum is very detailed, the headmaster's inscription is very generous, and the souvenirs are also very characteristic!
Coming to Sapporo, Mu Ming went to the Hokkaido University Comprehensive Museum, where there are many precious academic specimens and materials in the world. Among them, there are large dinosaur fossils, bird specimens and fish specimens. The exhibition hall features Hokkaido University's history, academic topics and academic materials. If the weather is good, walking in the garden is also a good choice.
The comprehensive university museum is located in Sapporo District of Hokkaido University. It is a yellow building with a long history. It has three floors. On the first floor, it simply introduces the history of Hokkaido University. It can't understand Japanese. It can only guess by looking at the characters with Chinese characters. If you can understand Japanese, you can stop for a while and visit Kazakhstan well. There are many animal specimens such as dinosaur fossils, fish and birds in the museum. Memorial medals can be struck at the entrance of the museum.
The Hokkaido University Comprehensive Museum is an exhibition hall of cultural relics in the school collection. It seems that photographs can not be taken in the museum. There are some cultural relics collected from all over the world. One exhibition hall is a Chinese cultural relic. Some of them are precious and worth seeing.
Hokkaido University Museum looks like a very solid brick building from the outside. It is the earliest real reinforced concrete building in Sapporo. It is used in the field of education such as university. So we can see how much Japanese value education. Since its construction, the building has been the school building of the Department of Science. It was later rebuilt into a museum with a huge specimen of mammoth, which is the treasure of the town hall. I wanted to see this huge mammoth, but unfortunately, when I went that day, I happened to encounter a closure, so I had to go around the campus.
The whole development of Hokkaido is only 140 years old. The Museum of Hokkaido University was built in 1929. It was the earliest real reinforced concrete concrete building in Hokkaido at that time. From its inception until 1999, it served as the school building of the Science Department of Sapporo Agricultural College. After being converted to a museum, there are many models and specimens for research. The museum is free to visit, but it closes every Monday.
The door opens at 10 o'clock. There is a cafe downstairs. There are all kinds of exhibitions.