Returning exhibition - Story of Bijinbayashi: A secret of beautiful beech tree forest in Satoyama

Summary

The exhibition first shown in autumn-winter in 2017 returns to the museum again. The exhibition features beech tree forest in Matsunoyama sharing the secrets of beech tree in four seasons through showing the life in Satoyama and the distinctive eco-system in the snow country. Visitors are welcomed by an amazing bird-view movie of bijinbayashi taken by drone and invited to follow questions and stories such as “who gave the name “bijinbayashi” to the beech forest?”, “is there a hidden underground tunnel in the beech tree forest?”, and “is it true that the beech trees in the bijinbayashi are getting weak?” The exhibition encourages you to participate and engage with stories of the distinctive beech tree forest in the region.


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Booking is required Max. 20

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Summary

Date and time Sat 24 Oct 2020 - Sun 14 Mar 2021
Venue

Kyororo (Matsunokuchi, Matsunoyama, Tokamachi-city, Niigata)

Admission Admission: Adult (high school student and over) JPY500 / Free for child age under 15
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