In Shinjuku Historical Museum, photo exhibition holds "Shinjuku scenery that we saw from the heavens". We look back on cityscape which underwent a transfiguration with photograph document.
is holding from From Saturday, March 17 to Sunday, June 10
We want to fly in the sky like chicken. We regard the sky as "symbol of freedom", and there will be a lot of people having admiration.
In the case of the Southwestern Rebellion, first Japanese aerial photo is photographed for the purpose of reconnaissance by balloon, and, also, Imperial Army performs aviation shooting at end of Meiji. In this hotel, we possess aerial photograph mainly on the 30-40 generation photographed as record of town of the Showa era and donation aerial photograph varying in the generation. View from the sky greatly changed with the times, too. We look back on cityscape which underwent a transfiguration with photograph document mainly on aerial photograph.
For more information: → Official site
From Saturday, March 17 to Sunday, June 10 from 9:30 to 17:30 (as for the admission until 17:00)
<Closed> Monday, March 26, Monday, April 9, 23rd Monday, Monday, May 14, 28th Monday
The first floor of the Shinjuku Historical Museum basement plan exhibition room
Free of charge
Display commentary by charge curator
Shinjuku future creation foundation Shinjuku municipal Shinjuku Historical Museum
〒160-0008 22, Saneicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo