Dr. Zyun Koana Special Exhibition, The University of Tokyo
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Traditional-red summer of Japan in 2009.
The exhibition that had become a legend was held by Komaba in Tokyo.
Dr. Zyun Koana's Special Exhibition
KOMABA MUSEUM, The University of Tokyo
July 18(Sat) 2009 to September 23(Wed) 2009
Doctor Zyun Koana(1907-1985) was a science professor of the University of Tokyo.
He is the first camera doctor of the "Asahi Camera", Japanese shutterbug magazine.
Dr. Koana is famous as father of the Ultra Micro Nikkor lenses.
Why is he called like that?
Michio Akiyama, specialist of the industrial Nikkor lenses,
chairman of the RED BOOK NIKKOR, visited this exhibition three times.
Akiyama strongly hoped to introduce
the content of this great exhibition to the world.
Akiyama came in contact with Dr. Takuji Okamoto
who had planned this wonderful exhibition.
Dr. Takuji Okamoto is an associate professor of the University of Tokyo
Graduate School of Arts and Siences.
Akiyama applied to The University of Tokyo for the publishing permission
according to the introduction of Dr. Okamoto.
And, Akiyama finally formally received the permit from The University of Tokyo.
Now let's go on a visit to the Komaba Museum together.
Please browse, enjoy and have fun !!
End of Summer, 2010
RED BOOK NIKKOR
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Start as a Scientist
From the Microphotograph to the Super-Microphotograph
Dr. Koana and Ultra Micro Nikkor
Dr. Koana's Lens Collection
Special Friday Lecture for High School Student
A Special Thank you to:
Dr. Takuji Okamoto,
The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Arts and Siences
Graduate School of Arts and Siences and College of
Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
The photographs published in this website were
permitted from the University of Tokyo by a special written application.
Therefore, you are prohibited from re-using the photographs and articles.
I wish to express my gratitude to your understanding. Thank you.
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