전시

관내 시설 1층

이노카 누칼 툼푸
시어터/1층

Short films introducing Ainu culture

Entry to the 96-seat theater is included with admission to Upopoy. Short films introducing various aspects of Ainu culture are shown on the large screen, with two 20-minute programs currently being shown. Ainu History and Culture gives an overview spanning from when humankind first arrived in the Japanese archipelago to the present day. World-renowned Ainu Techniques introduces some of the 10,000 items relating to the Ainu that have been collected by museums in Europe and the USA since the 18th century.

국립아이누민족박물관 시어터 프로그램/시간표

  • 아이누의 역사와 문화

    • 1층/시어터

    인류가 일본 열도에 도래한 후부터 오늘날에 이르기까지의 아이누 민족의 역사와 문화를, 아이누 문화와 관련 깊은 동물인 섬수리부엉이와 참수리, 댕기바다오리가 해설하는 형식으로, 어린이부터 어른까지 알기 쉽게 설명합니다.

  • 세계가 주목한 아이누의 공예

    • 1층/시어터

    아이누 민족은 18세기 이후 많은 관심을 받아 왔으며 현재 유럽과 미국의 박물관에는 약 1만 점의 아이누 민족 자료가 소장되어 있습니다. 이 작품에서는 러시아, 독일, 미국 그리고 영국 박물관에 자료가 전시된 모습과, 현대 아이누 민족과 각국 연구자와의 관계를 소개합니다.

아파 삼
입구 로비/1층

Exploring Ainu tradition through technology

General information about the museum is available at the main entrance and digital displays give an overview of the museum in Ainu and other languages. Facilities such as coin lockers and digital signage can also be found in this area. On the way to the exhibition room on the second floor, the six-screen Guide to the Land of Ainu Culture tells the story of Ainu culture through history and provides information on places to experience it today. After visiting the exhibition, visitors can learn more about Ainu culture and sightseeing in different areas of Hokkaido using the 80-inch touchscreen panel.

* Use of coin lockers is currently suspended as part of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

캄피솟 누칼 툼푸
도서실/1층

Texts that tell the story of Ainu history and culture

The specialist library is an open resource available to all and is centered on publications relating to Ainu history and culture. The collection of books is the perfect way for visitors to learn more about exhibits and activities that captured their interest. A range of resources are provided for people of all ages interested in expanding their knowledge about the Ainu and other indigenous peoples around the world, from books to academic papers, picture books, and collections of photographs. (No lending service is available, resources may only be used inside the library.)

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