TeNQ 3rd anniversary special exhibition
Fireworks, should we see it from below (Earth) or from above (Space)?
1 July – 1 October 2017
Space Museum TeNQ
This summer, Tokyo Dome City’s space museum TeNQ (punning for the Japanese word “tenkyu”, meaning the celestial sphere) is holding a special exhibition celebrating its third anniversary.
◆Fireworks, should we see it from below (Earth) or from above (Space)?
The anniversary exhibition is tied up with the animation movie “Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?” (Uchiage hanabi, shitakara miruka? Yokokara miruka?) to be released on 18 August 2017 in Japan.
The movie is about a love story of high school students, unfolding through the “what-ifs” in summer days, i.e., “What if, at that time”, “What if I can return to that moment…” Inspired by the animation, the exhibition highlights the what-ifs to explore deep space.
© 2017 Production Committee of“Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?”
◆Face-lift of the “Readings on the universe”
One of TeNQ’s nine thematic sections, the “Imagination” room is decorated with multiple windows, doors, speech balloons and cubes. They provide readings on the universe in an entertaining way. The content will be replaced totally by a new one, with many topics revealing the secret of the universe, from the moon and stars to space history.
page 1 “About” / page 2 “Info”