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2020.09.11

Follow the trajectory of the long journey of news photographer Bunyo Ishikawa who walked through the Japanese archipelago with photographs

Nihon Shinbun Museum Holding period: 2020.10.03-2020.12.20
Ends in 19 days

「Special exhibition "80-year-old archipelago trip, Bunyo Ishikawa photo exhibition Fukushima, Okinawa ... 3500 km"」

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(TOP image) 2018 Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture ( photographed by Bunyo Ishikawa)

From Saturday, October 3 to Sunday, December 20, the news park (Japan Newspaper Museum) will hold a special exhibition "80-year-old archipelago trip, Bunyo Ishikawa photo exhibition Fukushima, Okinawa ... 3500 km" (Kyodo News) Co-sponsored by the company) will be held. This is his second photo exhibition following the fall of 2014. About 3500 km from Cape Soya in Hokkaido to Okinawa. Follow the trajectory of a long journey of a news photographer who walked through the Japanese archipelago with photographs. Bunyo Ishikawa, who is known for his military coverage of the Vietnam War, took 11 months from July 2018 to June 2019 to traverse from north to south of Japan. It's an 80-year-old challenge. I was 81 years old at the goal. In addition to his old age, he was able to overcome his history of myocardial infarction. Kyodo News distributed a weekly reportage and photo article under the title of "Bunyo Ishikawa, 80 years old, a journey through the archipelago," and the serialization was published by each member newspaper. After photographing the magnificent nature of Hokkaido, Mr. Ishikawa went to Honshu and visited disaster areas such as the Great East Japan Earthquake, the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident, the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, and the Kumamoto Earthquake, and recorded unhealed scars. .. I also visited US military bases such as Misawa and Iwakuni, and in my hometown of Okinawa, I photographed Henoko, Nago City, Kadena Air Base, Futenma Air Base, etc., which were shaken by the construction of the US military base. In this photo exhibition, about 120 photographs will be carefully selected from the approximately 35,000 photographs taken by Mr. Ishikawa during his travels. In addition to the shoes, backpacks, clothing, and writing utensils used, a map of Japan with a chronological table and walking routes will be displayed at the venue to look back on unprecedented achievements from various angles.

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2018 Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture ( photographed by Bunyo Ishikawa)

Follow the trajectory of the long journey of news photographer Bunyo Ishikawa who walked through the Japanese archipelago with photographs
2019 Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture ( photographed by Bunyo Ishikawa)

Follow the trajectory of the long journey of news photographer Bunyo Ishikawa who walked through the Japanese archipelago with photographs
2018 Wakkanai City, Hokkaido (provided by Kyodo News)

Special exhibition "80-year-old archipelago trip, Bunyo Ishikawa photo exhibition Fukushima, Okinawa ... 3500 km"
[Session] October 3rd (Sat) -December 20th (Sun) 10: 00-16: 30 (Last admission is 16:00)
* To prevent the spread of infectious diseases, we have a reservation system and a replacement system three times a day.
For more information
Check the 3cccc "> Newspark website
[Venue] News Park (Japan Newspaper Museum) 2F Planning Exhibition Room
[Fee] General ¥ 400, University students ¥ 300, High school students ¥ 200, Free for junior high school students and younger (tax included)
Free for one person with a disability certificate and one accompanying person
[Organizer] Kyodo News Park (Japan Newspaper Museum)
[Support] Kanagawa Prefectural Board of Education Yokohama City Board of Education Kawasaki City Board of Education
[Sponsor] Otsuka Pharmaceutical Factory Otsuka Ohmi Ceramics Co., Ltd. Nikon Imaging Japan
[Inquiries] 045-661-2040 (News Park)

* Regarding the opening talk (lecture) by Bunyo Ishikawa, the application has been closed because the capacity has been reached.

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On July 20, 2016, the News Park (Japan Newspaper Museum) was reborn as a facility where you can learn while experiencing the roles of the information society and newspapers and journalism. In April 2019, we opened a new permanent exhibition room with an expanded historical exhibition zone. There are many fun ways to learn, such as introducing the on and off of newspaper reporters on a touch panel display. The interview experience game "Yokohama Time Travel" is a time slip in the past by holding a tablet over a diorama that reproduces the cityscape of Yokohama. We will cover and unravel the mysteries of Yokohama, such as the arrival of Perry, the conclusion of the Convention of Kanagawa, and the secret of the birth of Nihon Odori and Yamashita Park. In addition to holding special exhibitions and various events, we also create and hand out a visit commemorative newspaper to those who wish.

  • Address
    11 Nihonodori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Yokohama Information Cultural Center
  • TEL
    045-661-2040
  • Business Hour
    10: 00-16: 30 (Admission until 16:00) * Compatible with new coronavirus [Closed] Monday (the next weekday if it is a holiday or a transfer holiday), 12 / 29-1 / 4 * Prevention of infectious disease spread Therefore, we have a reservation system and a replacement system.

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