look! Experience it! "Broadcast Library" where you can learn about broadcasting while having fun
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I can meet that nostalgic program again!
The "Broadcasting Library" is located along the "Nihon Odori" lined with historical buildings.
Based on the Broadcast Law, it is the only archive facility in Japan dedicated to broadcast programs, and it releases nostalgic TV and radio programs and commercials from NHK and commercial broadcasters.
On the 8th floor, there is a "viewing hall" where you can enjoy nostalgic programs in individual viewing booths, and on the 9th floor, there is an "exhibition hall" where you can enjoy exhibitions centered on video and experience working at a broadcasting station.
In the "Broadcast Library", people of all ages, from children to adults, can watch, experience, and learn about broadcasting while having fun.
"Broadcast Library" appearance
<Access> Directly connected to No. 3 Jobun Center (Yokohama Information and Culture Center) exit of Nihon Odori Station on the Minatomirai Line,
Elevator to 8th floor
There are also popular sightseeing spots around the Yokohama Information and Culture Center, such as the Kanagawa Prefectural Office, the Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall, and the Yokohama Stadium!
When you get off the elevator, there is an entrance immediately.
8th floor viewing hall
At the viewing booth, you can enjoy programs of various genres (documentaries, liberal arts education, dramas, variety shows, music, etc.) and commercials that symbolize the times in individual dedicated booths that can be enjoyed by each generation, making you feel nostalgic.
Viewing reception is at the general reception.
Take the escalator to the 9th floor.
9th floor exhibition hall
"Broadcast Tea Room Story"
The history of broadcasting, which began on March 22, 1925, and the age of television, has changed along with people's lives, and how people's lifestyles have changed over time are expressed using exquisite miniatures.・Exhibition.
It reproduces even the smallest details, and it seems that the state of the time and the feelings of the people are conveyed.
From old footage from before you were born, to the highlight scenes of the nostalgic programs and commercials you watched as you grew up on a large screen. Watching it fills you with nostalgic feelings!
In this corner, you can experience the work of a broadcasting station, such as a TV director and news program announcer!
"You are a TV Director"
Experience switching technology to switch TV cameras for music programs and professional baseball broadcasts!
From parents and children to couples, everyone had a great time! ! (of course me too)
You can experience program appearances such as news program announcers, on-site reporters, and weather reporters!
Reporting on Yokohama Chinatown in a news program.
The document will also be displayed on the screen in front of you. You can even see yourself on the screen!
Rest assured that the staff in the screen will cue! !
I was nervous and nervous about speaking in front of the TV, but it was a good experience (because there was a small gallery).
"Mechanism of broadcasting"
You can learn about the flow of broadcast programs until they reach your home on a large panel on the wall.
Easy-to-understand explanations of each job of the program production staff.
In addition, there is also a "live TV wall" where you can watch various live broadcasts of terrestrial digital and BS digital on 17 monitors.
At the time of the interview, a special exhibition about the world of TV art, "Design Work Exhibition" was held. (currently finished)
See the sets that were actually used in the program up close and experience the real atmosphere!
"Broadcast Chronicle Wall"
"Broadcasting Chronicle Wall" summarizes the history of broadcasting and the development of technology and equipment in an extra-large chronological table.
It's very easy to read and gives me a better understanding of the history of broadcasting!
Television and radio have become commonplace in our daily lives.
Why don't you learn about broadcasting in the "Broadcast Library", experience it, and feel the fun and importance of broadcasting again?