The place is not big, and those who like the history of the Bakumatsu and Ryoma can visit. There are a lot of Japanese samurai swords on display, and there are many historical materials about the letters, calligraphy and paintings of famous people in the Bakumatsu.
A man of reform during the Meiji Restoration, Sakamoto's surname originated from him Accept nihilism and always stay ahead of the times More than ten years after his death, his fame suddenly spread across the country, thinking that he was saving civilians Heroes are the spiritual symbol of the rise of modern Japan The memorial statue is opposite the memorial hall, and there are many patrons who bought it and hang it next to it Wish for blessing
This memorial is very meaningful, especially to help you quickly understand the city of Hokkaido.
The Hakodate tram rides down to the cross street. After getting down, you can see a bronze statue across the street. This is the Sakamoto Ryoma. The opposite of the bronze statue is the Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial. In fact, in Japan, the Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Hall is not only found in Hakodate, but also in Kochi Prefecture. In fact, Sakamoto Ryoma was the pride of Kochi Prefecture, and he was an important promoter of overthrowing the Tokugawa Shogunate. The memorial hall sells a variety of Sakamoto Ryoma's peripheral products, including stationery T-shirts, etc. However, the name is too unfamiliar to Chinese people, but he is indeed quite famous in Japan.