Exhibition

“Ainu history and culture”

Free

1F/Theater

  • Required Time 23 min
  • Capacity 96 people
  • No reservation required

In this film, animals closely associated with Ainu culture—Blakiston’s fish owls, Steller’s sea eagles and tufted puffins—look back on the time when humans first settled the Japanese archipelago and explain the history and culture of the Ainu people. It’s easy to understand for children and adults alike.

Required Time 23 min
Capacity 96 people
Time
11/1-
  1. 1)9:15am
  2. 2)10:15am
  3. 3)11:15am
  4. 4)12:15pm
  5. 5)1:15pm
  6. 6)2:15pm
  7. 7)3:15pm
  8. 8)4:15pm
Fee FreeFree (included in admission)
Age Limit None
Reservation No reservation requiredReception:At the venue 15 minutes before each screening
Informative Matter, Things to Bring, etc. Eating and drinking are prohibited in the theater. Photography and video recording are prohibited during performances.
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