"Stories Beginning At The End - 25Questions and 100Books" to be held at Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library and Museum [August 15(Thu.),2013- October 14(Mon./Public holiday),2013]

In the spring of 2012,an exhibition titled "The End of the World - 73Questions We Must Answer" was held at Miraikan. This exhibition has now been revised and renamed,and will be shown at Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library and Museum from August 15to October 14,2013.

Exhibition Outline

Venue: 1F Special Exhibition,Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library and Museum
Term: August 7(Thu.) - October 14(Mon./Public holiday),2013
Opening Hours: 10:00- 20:00(Closing time is 19:00on Saturdays and 17:00on Sundays and public holidays)
*Please enter at least 30minutes before closing time
Closed: Third Monday of every month (August 19,September 16)
Admission fee for special exhibition: Adults 300yen,university and high school students 200yen
Free admission for residents of Chiyoda City,junior high school students and below,and those with a physical disability certificate and one companion
Organizer: Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library and Museum
Planning: National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan)

Outline of Special Exhibition

Using the 25questions drawn up from various perspectives and the 100books selected by librarians as hints,this is an exhibition that allows you to experience your own version of "The Story of a New Hope that Begins at the End." As each individual confronts "the end," "the beginning," "the self," and "the future," what will they see?

As visitors step into the exhibition space,questions emerge one after another,while clues to the answers and various books are also displayed. Imagine yourself taking a walk in the forest; share the space with other visitors,or friends and family members who are there with you,and seek the answer to each question from deep within yourself.