Floor guide

Leaflet of Tsukuba Agriculture Research Hall

Japanese version.
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English version.
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Exhibition of the latest research


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.

Environmental diorama


Agriculture and forestry are concerned not merely with providing food and wood, but with protecting the earth and the rural environment. This diorama illustrates the role of paddy fields and farmland in the rural environment.

Museum of Agricultural Technology Progress


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.

Rest space


Special exhibitions are occasionally mounted in this space.

The 'Rich Plus' tea server


This machine, developed by National Food Research Institute (NFRI) and the private company HOSHIZAKI ELECTRIC Co., Ltd., prepares green tea. And now, supplied with the Benifuki, Saemidori and Yutakamidori cultivars developed by NARO Institute of Vegetable and Tea Science (NIVTS), the Rich Plus tea server can prepare selected teas at their optimum temperatures.

Big screen


The large screen provides an introduction to NARO's research achievements; for example, new methods of rice cultivation, unmanned agricultural robots, and so on.

Open Hours

9:00am-4:00pm

Days Closed

Year-end and New Year holidays*
*In addition, the Hall may be temporarily closed on other occasions.

Admission

Free