We’ve come all the way, Mashumaru! “How about Yuhi and Mashumaru?” After all, Hakodate is Sabu-chan
Seikan Ferry Museum Mashumaru.
Once upon a time, there was a song by Mr. Saburo Kitajima called “I’ve come all the way to Hakodate”. The Seikan Ferry was discontinued after the tunnel was completed. This is the Mashu Maru, which was active at that time. It connected Honshu and Hokkaido. She is truly a ship of history. When you enter the memorial hall, you will see various exhibits. Even though the memorial hall is a boat, it’s a boat, so you get on a boat. There were also machines used on old ships, signboards, and clothes. It is worth seeing.
The Seikan Ferry is very nostalgic.
Once upon a time, it was a ship. It’s a ship no matter what. Because the shipping wholesalers were profitable… The age of the famous Ryoma Sakamoto is truly the age of ships. He can carry a lot of luggage, and he’s fast because he’s on the sea. It’s a ship, it’s a ship. The Seikan ferry was very famous in the past. It’s especially nostalgic to see people from Antarctica being introduced on TV at the end of the year, especially in harsh winters. Songs by Harumi Miyako and Saburo Kitajima were also very popular, but now that I think about it, Saburo Kitajima is a big name enka singer, but at that time, Hideo Murata, Barb Satake, and Mina Aoe were big names. there were a lot of After that, the Seikan Tunnel was built in Hokkaido, and it became connected to Hokkaido. When this tunnel was completed, I thought it was amazing, but it is indeed Japanese technology. After that, I hear that this Japanese tunnel technology is also used in foreign countries, but it is nostalgic.