Watanabe Chunyi Literature Museum, Sapporo. I saw a very cold place, no Chinese, no Japanese, basically only my own pavilion. Later, a few people scattered into the exhibition. Many pictures were taken by Junichi Watanabe and Japanese literary circles, film and television celebrities. Unfortunately, I hardly knew any of them except the two main characters "Paradise Lost". What I find most interesting is the transcripts of Watanabe Jun's high school and university. Well, study is good.
Photographs are not allowed on the second floor with Watanabe manuscripts. Few people, sitting down to read most of the afternoon, only one Japanese came to the museum. Tadao Ando's architectural design has some features, the internal semi-Loft pattern. There are Chinese editions on the first floor, you can see them.
Watanabe Chunyi Literature Museum is designed by famous designer Tadao Ando. It is located in Zhongdao Park, Sapporo Central District, Hokkaido, Japan. It has three floors above ground and one floor below ground. Its total building area is about 1300 square meters. The Literature Museum was built in 1998. The property belongs to the Dawang Paper Company of Japan. The exhibition of Mr. Watanabe's manuscripts, works and pre-natal materials is a very distinctive cultural place. Haha's key point here is that it belongs to Qingdao Publishing Group.
Junichi Watanabe is a famous Japanese literary master. He read his masterpiece in high school. Now he can learn more about his life in this museum.
It's quiet in the museum. Not many visitors can just calm down and have a look at the exhibits.