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Scenery and life (Meiji University Museum sponsorship) of village emerging to illustrated map

Date From Saturday, May 23, 2015 to Sunday, June 28
From 10:00 to 17:00 (as for the admission until 16:30)
Holiday It is without holiday during session
Place Meiji University Museum special exhibition room
(the first floor of 1-1, Kandasurugadai Surugadai campus academy common basement)
Access JR "Ochanomizu Station" Ochanomizubashi Exit, a 5-minute walk
Marunouchi Line "Ochanomizu Station," it is Chiyoda Line "Shin-Ochanomizu Station" 8-minute walk
Shinjuku Line, Toei Mita Line, Hanzomon Line "Jimbocho Station" Exit A5, a 10-minute walk
Admission Free of charge
Sponsorship Meiji University curator training course (hakubutsukangaku*setsu II), Meiji University Museum
Reference Meiji University Museum office
TEL: 03-3296-4448

Event contents

Scenery and life of village emerging to illustrated map

Many illustrated maps are included in enormous ancient documents documents which Meiji University Museum possesses. The main thing is illustrated map of a village made in the Edo era. Information that can read scenery and life of farm village at the time is created. We pay attention to element constituting scenery of village of plains, village including scenery, cultivated area, the forest, river, Buddhist temple and Shinto shrine full of mountain village, variety including fishing village. Layout of land ledger in case of land survey conducted by Toyotomi Hideyoshi and farmhouse where is in the latter half of the Edo era releases illustrated maps to understand.

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