If you want to know more about the northern people, these libraries are really unusual and very rich.
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Not many people, you can quietly and slowly stroll, look carefully, the library is not big, soon you can finish, feeling quite good.
Primary and middle school students go there to visit more, but there are no tourists.
This is a museum introducing the culture and history of the Ayinu people. It's a relatively small place.
About half an hour or so to complete a museum, mainly showing the northern people's life and historical data, very comprehensive.