2014

"New Discoveries x Chiba and Mt. Fuji" Campaign

CHIBA, Japan, Dec. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mt. Fuji was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2013. From Chiba Prefecture, you can see Mt. Fuji from across Tokyo Bay, a stunning view that you can't experience in other prefectures. This beautiful scene was often depicted in ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints and paintings that flourished in the 17th to 19th centuries.

In celebration of the UNESCO registration, Chiba Prefecture is exploring its relation to the mountain and sharing new discoveries about Mt. Fuji and Chiba. Since Chiba is home to Narita International Airport, we invite visitors to come and discover the many faces of this beautiful mountain, including Mt. Fuji seen from across the water, Diamond Fuji (when the sun shines just above the tip of the mountain at sunrise or sunset), and the views of Mt. Fuji that people in Chiba can experience in their daily lives.

(Photo: http://prw.kyodonews.jp/opn/release/201312197168/)

Read more about Mt. Fuji on the Chiba Prefectural Government website:
http://www.pref.chiba.lg.jp/kouhou/miryoku/fujisan/fujisan02.html

The site shows places which command views of Mt. Fuji.

Exhibitions on Mt. Fuji:

-- Chiba Prefectural Central Museum

New Year's special exhibition:  

"Mt. Fuji seen from the Boso area of Chiba Prefecture"



Date:

9:00-16:30, January 5-February 9, 2014


Closed on Mondays (closed Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday)



Description:

Special exhibition featuring a collection of ukiyo-e prints and literature depicting Mt. Fuji seen from Chiba Prefecture.



Admission fees:

Adults 300 yen; students 150 yen; junior high school students and younger, 65 years and older get free admission.

-- Chiba Prefectural Central Library

Special exhibition:  

"World Heritage -- A tour of heritage sites starting with Mt. Fuji"



Date:

9:00-19:00 (closes at 17:00 on Saturdays and Sundays), January 7-February 16, 2014; closed on January 17 and Mondays (closed Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday)



Description:

Books, photographs and videos on Mt. Fuji and other World Heritage sites

Contact:
Kazunobu Yamada
Press and Public Relations Division
Chiba Prefectural Government
Tel: +81-43-223-2265
e-mail: kouhou05@mz.pref.chiba.lg.jp 

SOURCE Press and Public Relations Division, Chiba Prefectural Government



RELATED LINKS
http://www.pref.chiba.lg.jp/kouhou/miryoku/fujisan/fujisan02.html
http://prw.kyodonews.jp/opn/release/201312197168/

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