Renovation of Hanno Station by Seibu RailwayIs promoting "Hanno" and "Finland (Nordic)," which is the birthplace of Moomin, in a form that incorporates a "genuine Scandinavian design." At Lake Miyazawa, Hanno City, it is a theme park that aims to "a place where you can realize the essence of your heart's richness and take it back to your daily life through the experience of the forest and lake where the Nordic time flows".
Since Seibu Railway and “metsä” both have a common theme of “Hanno” and “Northern Europe”, which is also the subject of this workshop, we will renew the Hanno station in order to enhance the affinity between both facilities. It was realized in the form of a memorial workshop.
At the workshop, you will create "Kamitetsu™," a railroad model that feels like a paper craft, in which trains run on tracks printed with ink that flows electricity, which is popular at various events. We are preparing a special version that incorporates the elements of "Nordic Europe" which is the common theme of the Hanno station renewal and metsä. Please join us.
To commemorate the renewal of Hanno Station, this is a workshop to produce a train model "Kamittetsu™" that is like a paper craft, in which a train runs on a track printed with electricity flowing ink. This time, it is a "Nordic special version" in collaboration with Seibu Railway and "metsä".
Organized by: Seibu Railway Co., Ltd. Co-hosted by: Moomin Co., Ltd.
XNUM X. Date held
XNUM X. Venue
Craft Vibrio Tech in metsä Village
XNUM X. Entry fee
XNUM X people XNUM times XNUM X yen (tax included)
XNUM X. way to participate
Advance reservation or reception on site on the day
■Each time 20 people will be occupied.Reception will end as soon as the capacity is reached.
*Pre-registration method Please access the metsä website below and proceed to the reservation site
About "Kamitsutsu TM"
Kami Tetsu ™, designed by Yuki Yagisawa, a lecturer at the Department of Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts, is a paper craft-like model railroad in which a train runs on a railroad track printed with electric ink.Paper that you can easily color yourself by arranging landscapes made of paper such as buildings and plants on railroad tracks printed with silver-containing ink (developed by the University of Tokyo venture "Elephantech Inc. (formerly AgIC)") It was developed as a new type of paper craft that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike. "Kamitetsu ™" homepage http://www.kamitetsu.net/