The highest point on the mountain in Wakkanai Park, the wind is blowing. There is a sculpture at the door. There are also some monuments and sculptures to commemorate the personnel in the Battle of Huatai. Tickets can be bought under the memorial tower. It is just a holiday when we went.
In Wakkanai Park, you can see from the foot of the mountain, the tallest tower should be the commanding height of Wakkanai. When the weather is good, it is said to be able to see far away, but unfortunately it was cloudy on the day I went. But I saw it later on the ferry.
My goodness! These deer in the grass are not sculptures, they move—really! of! deer! what! So I walked into the Northern Memorial Hall under the memorial tower with a shocked face (ΩДΩ)... Wakkanai, you are so cool! The weather on that day can be described as a mess. Even the staff would never expect someone to visit it on such a day, right? And there are still two "foreigners"! The first and second floors of the Centennial Memorial Tower are the Northern Memorial Hall. I bought two tickets before the memorial hall closed and became the only visitors to this museum. , The memorial preserves many historical relics and special items from Wakkanai and even Hokkaido. There are also many historical materials on Kata Island. It is very worthwhile for those who want to understand this history. Like this, the bed 200 years ago! You can also sit in by yourself! I went in! There is straw underneath, and then a layer of animal fur, no pillows, very hard! (Serious face.jpg) There is an observation deck in the Centennial Tower. If the weather is good, you can see Soya Strait, Rishiri and Sakhalin Island from here, but our weather emmm... just can't see anything!