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Edwin Dun Memorial Hall, Sapporo

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  • Architect friend Sapporo building tour. Coming before this is snow's first visit. Make me like that travels through the old snow is cold indeed was kinda warped glass.
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  • Dr. Clark is famous too, close to the unknown Edwin Dun. Lived nearby, but no I did not realize. This time, for the first time visited description hear the accomplishments of Edwin Dun. We can learn through step-by-step with photos and paintings dairy farm in Sapporo and the development history. Well-maintained park adjacent to Western style is beautiful. I think it's good for going to see the history of Hokkaido to walk from the subway makomanai station.
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  • Edwin DUN is one of the foreign leaders were invited from the United States by the Hokkaido kaitakushi in the Meiji era [o-yatoi gaikokujin". Committed to the development and spread of the livestock industry in Hokkaido, dairies, dairy and meat processing technology and large scale farming through agricultural technology, that achievement is more, is called the "father of the Hokkaido dairy". The Memorial building, Office building was built in 1880 and moved to its present location volunteers. Most foreign leaders stay after you return to your country, but Dan lived in Japan for 56 years, and married a Japanese Tokyo Aoyama cemetery. Come on, his breath, feel.
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