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Otaru Museum, Bank of Japan, Otaru

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Feel the weight of 100 million yen and witness anti-counterfeiting techniques at Otaru Museum, Bank of Japan. Set in a grand 1912 building with intricate ornaments and a long marble counter, this "Wall Street of Northern Japan" tells an informative and interactive story of Japan's financial system. See the history of banknotes, enter vaults, and open safe deposit areas with stainless steel doors. You can also watch an 18-minute informative video. Check out security features of yen notes and understand how money is printed and stored. The museum also features a souvenir shop. See Otaru Museum, Bank of Japan and all Otaru has to offer by arranging your trip with our Otaru itinerary maker.
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  • Turn and look, paint the walls with a recently restored or changed, so think about Nice, but some of them said, reminiscent of old were able to comprehend at the time was called the Wall Street of the North, have been exhibited photographs and safes were actually used in the large hall, might leave the check-in counter, the Auditorium Interior. Admission is free, so stop by during their sightseeing and good I think
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  • It is in the old Otaru branch of Japan Bank. Admission was free. Heavy safe is worth a look. Learn about the city of Otaru was north of Wall Street.
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  • It is to take pictures and leave a bubble atmosphere of the time, is not included in a rickshaw ride saw while receiving instructions, so very dignified and very good.
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