Events

From Sunday, September 22, 2019 to Sunday, December 8

"Surveying X map commemorative for modern surveying 150 years"

"We describe, and defense tells commemorative surveying X map measure for modern surveying 150 years," but is held temporary exhibition until from Sunday, September 22 to Sunday, December 8.

Including Geographical Survey Institute, we introduce progress of surveying technology until the present age and history of map by various documents which valuable ancient map and surveying appliance which each organization constituting commemorative project promotion meeting for modern surveying 150 years possesses and Shinjuku Historical Museum possess.

"Commemorative surveying X map measure draws for modern surveying 150 years and protects, and temporary exhibition tells" 

(1869), engine "subject people official (we do not see) shomushi (shomutsukasa) family register (go and come) map (chizu) (take) which took" of modern country which we surveyed were installed now in 1869 150 years ago. In Japan which stepped forward to the first step to modern nation, we caught own figure definitely, and management was essential to keeping in good condition and urgent problem, and, beginning measured country (surveying) and was what we described (manufacture of map). With reorganization of government organization of the early period of Meiji, engine of surveying, map-making changes, but maintains topographical maps which covered all the whole country while introducing Western surveying. 

And surveying technology progresses, and we use satellite and electronic intelligence now, but basic system and frame are inherited, and Geographical Survey Institute is unifying now as administration of the field of surveying, map. 

 

By book exhibition, we introduce progress of surveying technology until the present age and history of map by various documents which valuable ancient map and surveying appliance which each engine constituting commemorative project promotion meeting for modern surveying 150 years possesses and Shinjuku Historical Museum possess including Geographical Survey Institute. 

 

 

We exhibit the *soku*zuharazu (figure of French style coloring) original of making to the public first out of Geographical Survey Institute in the early period of Meiji!

Period

From Sunday, September 22, 2019 to Sunday, December 8

<Opening Hours>

From 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (as for the admission until 5:00)

[Venue]

Shinjuku Ward Shinjuku Historical Museum the first floor of the basement plan exhibition room

〒160-0008 12-16, Sanneicho, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku

<Access>
From JR, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Namboku Line "Yotsuya Station" getting off exit 2 a 10-minute walk
From Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line "Yotsuya-Sanchome Station" getting off exit 4 an 8-minute walk
From Toei Shinjuku Line "Akebonobashi Station" getting off Exit A-4 an 8-minute walk

Admission Charges (including tax)

We can see for permanent exhibition viewing charges (general 300 yen) 

*It is at half price in higher than 20 group discount

・Free of charge lower than junior high student

Sponsorship

(public interest incorporated foundation) Shinjuku future creation foundation Shinjuku Historical Museum modern surveying 150 years commemorative project promotion meeting Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Geographical Survey Institute 

(one) Association of association of association of association of national surveying design work society surveying professional training center map map preparation technology 

(public corporation) Association of association of surveying Japan surveying investigation technique Japan map center in Japan

The cosponsorship

Shinjuku-ku, Shinjuku-ku Board of Education  

<Closed>

Tuesday, September 24, 2019, Tuesday, October 15, 28th Monday, Monday, November 11, 25th Monday

Contact

Shinjuku Ward Shinjuku Historical Museum

TEL: 03-3359-2131

Allied event

●Commemorative lecture application required

               
1."Map of the Meiji Taisho era period and the sign
―Establishment and reception, change - modern surveying 150 years of map sign of the dawn"
[Date and Time] From September 23 Monday (holiday) 14:00 to 16:00
[lecturer] Keisuke Imao
(Japanese map center honorary member researcher, Japanese map society councilor)
[application] It must arrive by Friday, September 13


2."We write history of Shinjuku from map"
[Date and Time] From Saturday, October 19 14:00 to 16:00
[lecturer] Yasuo Shimizu
(Vice Chairperson Japanese map center study advisor, previous Shinjuku-ku Council for the Protection of Cultural Properties)
[application] It must arrive by Monday, September 30


3."Topic over Mount Fuji and map judging from Shinjuku"
[Date and Time] From Saturday, November 2 14:00 to 16:00
[lecturer] Hiroshi Tashiro
(Japanese map center's consultant)
[application] It must arrive by Saturday, October 19

[Venue] Shinjuku Historical Museum the second floor hall
[capacity] 100 (majority lottery)
[rate] 500 yen (with temporary exhibition complimentary ticket)

[application method]
In double postal card member of lecture name, address, full name, TEL, members club clearly stating member number to Shinjuku Historical Museum.

Apply for each lecture according to each. One 1 application. We can apply from this hotel website.

rekihaku cafe              

It is breath after viewing by display relievedly. Have coffee and cake.

[Date and Time] Saturday, September 28, Saturday, October 26, Sunday, November 17 

From 10:00 to 15:00

[Venue] Shinjuku Historical Museum the first floor of the basement foyer

[capacity] 100 every day first arrival (finished as soon as it disappears)

[rate] Free (but temporary exhibition admission ticket or stub is necessary) 

●Gallery talk 

Display commentary by charge curator      

[Date and Time] Every Saturday 13:00 ... (about 30 minutes) during exhibition period

[meeting] In front of Shinjuku Historical Museum the first floor of the basement plan exhibition room

[application] Unnecessary [rate] free of charge (but admission ticket or stub is necessary)

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