Takada Uchia, a Hakka man, opened a fishing ground in Hokkaido from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 19th century, and smuggled products from Hokkaido to Hokkaido. So the Takada House Jiabing Medical Information Museum set up in the Hakodate Museum has a lot of information about him. Come here and see how you can learn more about Japanese history and their cultural exchanges.
Material related to Takada Yagi's military guards is displayed here under the heading "outstanding contributors to the development of Hakodate Museum". Indeed, after understanding, it was found that Takada Yagi had made outstanding contributions to the development of the Hakodate.
I think Japan's cherishing of such people deserves our study, and those who have made outstanding contributions to our country deserve more respect.
There are many relevant historical materials, which are very useful for historical research. Researchers should like to come here.
You can check some historical information, and if you are interested in it, it's good.
Up knowledge, up posture. I wish there were more libraries like this in China.
The idea of the library is the same. It's more open.