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Introduction Exhibition 
A photograph of Yamanashi taken from an altitude of 800km, surrounded by a three-dimensional panel built to help you understand the geographical features of Yamanashi Prefecture.
Introduction exhibition
Main Exhibition “Nature and People in Yamanashi
The connection between Yamanashi’s environment and her people is introduced through 19 different themes, exhibited with dioramas, videos, and information technology devices to promote better understanding.

Main exhibition
   
Experience-Yamanashi-History Zone
You can actually experience many things such as living, learning, playing, and traveling with the Edo Period as the main focus.
Experience-Yamanashi-History Zone
   
   
 
Special exhibition
 
Coming soon
5th Anniversary Special Exhibition
Showa
-Life in the good old Showa era
 
A town in the Showa 30's (1955-64) is reconstructed. Every day life materials, pictures and videos of movie and TV stars will be exhibited.
Showa  
Sat. July 17. - Mon. Aug. 30. 2010
 


 
 
5th Anniversary Special Exhibition
Kai Genji
-Yamanashi Warriors Spreading through Medieval Jspan


The Kai Genji Clan were the ancestors of the Takeda Clan. This exhibition will illustrate how Shinra Saburou Yoshimitsu, the primogenitor of the clan, had moved to Kai (Yamanashi) , fought well in the Genpei Wars, became an influential warrior clan, and how his successors spread through out Japan.
Tatenashi no yori
 
Sat. Oct. 9. - Mon. Dec. 6. 2010
 

 
5th Anniversary Special Exhibition
36 Views of Mt. Fuji by KATSUSHIKA Hokusai


World's most famous picutres of Mt. Fuji. All 46 of them will be exhibited to explore the life, travel, popular venues, and what Mt. Fuji meant to the people in the Edo period.

36 Views of Mt. Fuji by KATSUSHIKA Hokusai
 
Sat. March 19. - Mon. May 9. 2011
 
Exhibition created with the participation of prefectural residents

Yamanshi Research Presentation

Researches or collections related to the history and culture of Yamanashisought from the public will be exhibited.

Yamanashi Research Presentation
 
Fri. Feb. 11 - Sun. Mar. 13 2011

 
Past Special Exhibitions
 
 

Symbol exhibition
 
 
 
Next Symbol Exhibtion

Symbol Exhibition 
Limited time exhibition. Newly designated cultural property Honen Shonin Eden (Pictures of the Life of Honen Shonin)

 
Honen Shonin E-den
Sat. Sep. 18 - Sun. Sep. 26 2010
 
Symbol Exhibition Coming Up
The Kofu Douso-jin (Village Boundary God) Festival

The Douso-jin Festival in Kofu was said to be the most boisterous festival in the nation, with long curtain-like paintings decorated along the streets drwan by such famous artists like UTAGAWA Hiroshige. The development and its meaning as an annual event will be explored.

Kofu Douso-jin Festival Maku-e (Curtain Painting) by UTAGAWA Hiroshige
 

Wed. Dec. 15 2010- Mon. Jan. 31 2011
Past Symbol Exhibitions
 
 
 
   
Outdoor exhibition
 
   
Fossil from Minobu Town 
    Fossil  
Fossil of shells buried in sandstone collected from outcrop in Minobu town which accumulated 7,000,000 years ago, when Yamanashi was at the bottom of the sea.
 
   
Pine tree from Kajikazawa-kashi (river port)
   
Pine tree
 

This pine tree was transplanted from Kajikazawa-kashi, a prosperous river port of the water transportation using the Fuji River.

 
   
Yohaku no Daiza (Pedestal of Margin)
    Monument  

This monument is placed in the inner court facing the main entrance. It was designed by Takao Sekine. Large granite stone is placed in the middle surrounded by rocks yielded from different places in Yamanashi.

 
   
Symbolic Tree Yamanashi (Pear)
    Pear flower  
Yamanashi (Pyrus pyrifolia) tree is said to be the origin of the word Yamanashi. The tree blows pretty white flowers in the spring. In the garden, about 40,000 trees closely related to the history of Yamanashi are planted.
 
   
Douso-jin
    Douso-jin  
The Douso-jin, or the Village Boundary God, is a god originally enshrined at town boundaries, the crossroads where streets met, and at mountain passes where they prevented any bad spirits from entering the village. At the same time, they were also considered to be the god for good marriages and the blessing of children. Even to this day, many simple Douso-jin statutes are left all throughout Japan.
This Douso-jin was relocated from Kami-ishida in Kofu City.
 
   
Grain and vegetable field, Vineyard, and Peach orchard
    Fields  
Traditional vegetables, Grape and peach varieties associated with Yamanashi are grown
 
   

 

 

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