The memorial hall of the genius singer Ishikawa Woodpecker during the Meiji period, and there are many city introductions in Kushiro City during the Showa period, and it is open for free.
The Hong Kong Museum next to the port of Kushiro City, Hokkaido is an unremarkable two-story building. It contains the life introduction of Ishikawa Woodpecker and some historical materials on Kushiro. Ishikawa Woodpecker is a very talented young man, but it is a pity that he is jealous of talents. His life was rough and he died at the age of 26. Zhou Zuoren translated his works.
The small red building resembles the architectural style of the Republic of China.
The genius poet Ishikawa Pecking in the Meiji period became a newspaper reporter here in 1908. It displays related materials. It is now the memorial hall of Ishikawa Wood Pecking. At the same time, it also exhibits a lot of urban customs and culture materials of Kushiro City during the Showa period. A statue of Ishikawa woodpecker stands at the entrance of the Hong Kong Museum.