Tokyo 100 Years Ago- from photos by plant hunter E. H. Wilson
Ends in 22 days
The Wilson stump on Yakushima bears the name of English botanist Ernest Henry Wilson, a plant collector known for his exploration of Asia. Wilson visited Japan from 1914 to 1919 and introduced the sakura cherry and the rhododendron to the West and contributed to the development of botany in Japan. This exhibition introduces Wilson’s photographs of Japan from 100 years ago.
Performance “1914, Wilson, Tokyo, Sakura”
Date and Time: 4/13 (Sat) 14:00-16:00
Venue: National Museum of Nature and Science
Capacity: 100 persons
from April 13, 2019 to June 16, 2019
Adults and University Students ¥620, High School Students and under, Seniors over 65, Registered Disabled + 1 assistant free. Special Exhibition Fees may be charged separately.
From 9:00 To 17:00
fridays closing at 20:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:On a Public Holiday Monday, the museum is closed on the following Tuesday. Closed on the new year holidays.