The Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall opened in 1954 as Japan's first full-fledged music hall as a public facility. Modeled after London's Royal Festival Hall, the hall was designed to produce the best acoustics. At the time of its opening, the hall was acclaimed as having the best acoustics in the Orient, and its acoustics continue to receive high acclaim both in Japan and overseas. increase. The walls of the hall are all made of wood, and its acoustic sound continues to impress people even 60 years after its opening. In 1998, it was selected as one of the 100 Best Public Buildings by the Ministry of Construction as an excellent community-based public facility. It was selected as one of the 20 Best Modern Movement Buildings in Japan by an international organization established to research and preserve records of buildings and environments related to the movement.
Kanagawa Shimbun's former photography manager teaches camera techniques with episodes from those days
Kanagawa Short Film Award 2023
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