This series of Mita Exhibitions is held by Geijutsu Arts Club Tadami at Gallery Corner near Exit A8 in Mita Sta. (Closest Sta.: Mita Sta. Mita/Asakusa Line, JR Tamachi Sta.)
The Tadami Line is a JR Line that runs about 135.2km through 8 municipalities between Aizu-Wakamatsu Station (Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture) and Koide Station (Uonuma City, Niigata Prefecture).
There are so many worthwhile places to see and photos and Illustrations of the scenery of this area out there.
But this exhibition offers a chance to see the JR Tadami Line from Tadami Town itself. Come and see illustrations and photos of this JR line at the Metropolitan Subway Mita Station.
Our next exhibition Season 2 : JR Tadami Line in Tadami Town will be held on July 17 to July 30, 2019.
Mita Exhibiton WHAT WHO WHEN WHERE HOW
Season 2 : JR Tadami Line in Tadami Town
Exhibiting large format Illustrations and Photos of Tadami Town
Illustration of Aki Kanke
Photos of Takiguchi Takumi
July 17 to July 30, 2019
During Mita Station opening hours
Gallery Corner beside Exit A8 in Mita Sta.
(Closest Sta.: Mita Sta. Mita/Asakusa Line, JR Tamachi Sta.)
From Mita Line
Exit towards A8 at Fukushi Kaikan Ticket Gate and walk along the passage to the left towards Exit A1-A7. The Gallery Corner is nearby on your right hand side.
From Asakusa Line
Exit towards A5/6, A7-10 via Hibiya dori Ticket Gate and walk along the passage towards A8 at Toe Mita Line. The Gallery Corner will be on your left side after passing A7 Exit.
From JR Tamachi Sta.
Leave Tamachi station by West Exit (Mita Exit) and walk towards Mita Station, Exit A4. The Gallery Corner is between Exit A7 and A8 in Mita Station.
By the end of June, I’ll be adding the Illustrations with explanations and which Illustrations will be shown at【Season 2 : JR Tadami Line in Tadami Town】.
So you can get to know and enjoy the Illustrations more.
Tadami, Fukushima pref.
Located in a heavy snowfall region in the south-west of Fukushima prefecture on the border with Niigata prefecture. Declared「Shizen shuto・Tadami（Capital of Nature・Tadami）in 2007.
Its natural environment and resources together with the life and culture of its residents were judged particularly valuable among the modern world environment,
In 2014 it was designated as a biosphere reserve under the Man and the Biosphere Program. UNESCO’s Japan committee calls them eco parks.