Initially we thought we were only going to stroll round what is a massive red brick building with a lot of impressive architecture dating from 1888 for a photo opportunity. In fact you can go in for free, to see a fairly basic exhibition relating to the relationship between the regions of Hokkaido and Sakhalin - much of it more interesting than it sounds. There are pamphlets in English for an explanation as to what is in each of the rooms.
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