Research institutes conduct various research projects on agriculture, forestry, fisheries, food and the environment. Tsukuba Agriculture Research Hall exhibits recent research, focusing on six agricultural research fields, as well as forestry and fisheries. There is also a special exhibition on the intimate relationship between the soil, insects and agriculture.
There are panels about Highly Productive Crop Rotation system, Advanced Farming and Management system , Agricultural Mechanization, Farm Management, Sustainable Agricultural Production System, New varieties of Rice, Wheat and Soybean
In this section there are panels about Food Safety, Processing, Distribution, Health-promoting functions of foos, High Quality Agricultural Producs, fruits & Tea, Vegetables, Greenhouse horticulture (Veg/Flower)
In this section 【Special Exhibition】Insect corner (Microscopic observation and Insect specimens), Animal. Insect biotechnolgy and Plant biotechnology are displayed.
Panels about Countermeasures for Global Warming, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) are displayed here.
In this section, panels about Fisheries research, Forestry, rural resource utilization, biomass utilization are displayed.
In this section panels about new technology development to decontaminate agricultural soil and control the transfer of radioactive materials to agricultural crops are displayed.
This machine, developed by National Food Research Institute (NFRI) and the private company HOSHIZAKI ELECTRIC Co., Ltd., prepares green tea with Benifuki, Saemidori and Yutakamidori cultivars developed by NIVTS, at their optimum temperatures.
The Japanese people have made longstanding efforts to develop Japanese agriculture, striving for less labor and greater yield. This museum houses an exhibition of the agricultural tools that have been used by farmers in this process.