It’s very close to the place where I live. It’s an accident to meet here. I took the subway to Nakajima Park and then on the way back to the hotel. Then I found out that I had to pass through this Watanabe Junichi Literature Museum. I wanted to come here because I didn't know that Watanabe Junichi Literature Museum was in Sapporo. Anyway, I like this place very much because I can see some photos that I have only seen in books or on TV.
Watanabe Junichi’s birthplace is Hokkaido, I don’t know, so this memorial is really meaningful haha. The exterior style of the building is very simple, and the writer's work is often very complicated. Is the human nature in his writings real, or is it that we don’t have that deep understanding? The most famous work should be Paradise Lost, right?
Watanabe Junichi Literature Museum from Sapporo.
I seem to have reached a very unpopular place. There are no Chinese and no Japanese. Basically, I only booked the venue by myself. Later, a few people came in scatteredly.
Many of the pictures on display are photos taken by Junichi Watanabe with celebrities in Japanese literature and film and television circles. Unfortunately, I don't know much about the two protagonists except Paradise Lost. What I find most interesting is the transcripts of Watanabe-kun’s high school and university. Well, learning is not bad
Photographs are not allowed on the second floor with Watanabe manuscripts. There were very few people. For most of the afternoon sitting down and reading, only one Japanese came to the museum. The building designed by Tadao Ando has some characteristics, with a semi-Loft layout inside. There is a Chinese book on the first floor, you can read it
Finally, I tasted my wish and came to Watanabe Pavilion. The architect of this building is stronger than the Prime Minister of Japan. His name is Tadao Ando, the world’s top architect. Among the top three, there must be Ando’s share (and ranked In no particular order).