Fritz Winckel, Peter Blake, Nikolai Guljanizki: Expo Osaka - die Stadt der Viertelmillion. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Inside the Tower is the Tree of Life. The innovative and high-tech spirit of contemporary Japan was showcased in the numerous corporate pavilions. 4, S. 48-51, 72-75. Sie war die erste Weltausstellung in Japan und die erste auf dem asiatischen Kontinent überhaupt. 152, 1970, S. 97-112. The sub-themes consisted of four pillars dedicated to holistically plan a better future with the international community: Sprawled across 330 hectares in the Senri Hills, the Expo site was master-planned by Kenzo Tange and Uzo Nishiyama, two key figures of Japan’s 1960s Metabolist movement which saw the cities and buildings of the future as being adaptable and ever-changing. In: L'Architecture d'aujourd'hui, Nr. The total attendance at Expo '70 remained the largest among all world fairs until the Shanghai World Expo surpassed it in 2010. Under the theme “Progress and Harmony for Mankind”, the record-breaking Expo welcomed 77 participating countries and received over 64 million visitors – a figure that would not be outstripped until Expo 2010 in Shanghai. Accès rapide. The theme of the pavilion - “Japan and the Japanese” – showed the past, present, and future ideals of the country and its citizens. Lettering: EXPO'70 . d'Osaka »). 52, Nr. Osaka 1970. For me, the aspirations of 1970 have connected through to 2025. Alastair Best: Expo �70, market, place and festival. Japan World Exposition, Osaka, 1970. Expo ‘70. The most famous structure created for the Exposition, and still remaining, is the Eiffel Tower It represents evolution – from the earliest form of life, from amoeba, fish, and dinosaurs, to humankind. 1969, Japan world exposition, Osaka, 1970 : L' exposition Japanaise universelle et internationale, Osaka, 1970 Japan Association for the 1970 World Exposition [Osaka, Japan Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The exposition was held in Osaka, Japan with the theme of “Progress and Harmony for Mankind.” Expo ’70 had a record attendance of over 64 million visitors, a 40-year record that would not be surpassed until Expo 2010 in Shanghai. With 77 participating countries, Expo 1970 Osaka was a unique opportunity for the Japanese public to ‘travel the world’ and discover the culture, art and achievements of foreign nations. The Japan World Exposition 1970 Commemorative Fund (JEC Fund) supports various projects such as international academic and educational projects as well as international cultural exchange and international goodwill activities by domestic and international organizations with the revenue from the Japan World Exposition 1970 (EXPO ’70). Expo ‘70. Expo legacy: technology and urban development. Quick List Info Dates Open - March 15 to September 13, 1970. FAQ; Index du forum. In: Jardin des arts, Nr. Aware that the city of the future required green areas and open space, the Expo site was transformed into a public park, where the Tower of the Sun reminds visitors of what once occupied the area. 211, Nr. Eleanor C. Munro: The Orient Express. Expositions de 1951 à 2000 / World's fairs from 1951 to 2000. The closing ceremony of Expo ’70 boasted over 64 million visitors The Inside of the Tower of the Sun is Open to the Public for the First Time in 48 Years! Kenzo Tange, Koichi Sone, Noburu Kawazoe: Osaka 70. In: Design, 259, 1970, S. 23-73. Paul Liner: Osaka 70. Michel Ragon: Le pavillon français à l'exposition universelle d'Osaka. Osaka. Designed like the logo of Expo 1970 Osaka, the pavilion featured five circular buildings, which together depicted a sakura (a cherry blossom), the flower most representative of Japan. Tokyo 1970. The Exposition Universelle of 1889 (French: [ɛkspozisjɔ̃ ynivɛʁsɛl]) was a world's fair held in Paris, France, from 6 May to 31 October 1889.It was the fourth of eight expositions held in the city between 1855 and 1937. Ervin Galantay: Designing the Environment. ): Japan World Exposition Osaka 1970. Osaka 1969. In the run-up to the Expo, 110km of new roads were completed in the region, and key infrastructure was upgraded throughout the city. General view during the final day of the Osaka '70 Expo on September 13, 1970 in Suita, Osaka, Japan. 57, Nr. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Expo �70. At the same time, the Expo aimed to address contemporary issues facing humanity such as environmental degradation and poverty. Open 183 days. The five petals also represented the world with its five continents all joining hands. The Exposition Universelle of 1855 was an International Exhibition held on the Champs-Élysées in Paris from 15 May to 15 November 1855. Expo ’70 was the biggest exposition of the 20th century and the second largest in history. Expo '70 est le nom de l'Exposition universelle qui a lieu à Suita (banlieue d'Osaka) Japan's 14 March 13 September 1970. The Expo contributed significantly to the urban development of Osaka and the Kansai region, propelling it to a status capable of rivalling the economic and cultural hub of Tokyo. 37, S. 42-97. The 70-metre-high Tower of the Sun, designed by Taro Okamoto, was the centrepiece of the Expo site and symbolically embodied the Expo theme. Elle est appelée au Japon Nihon bankoku hakuran-kai (日本万国博覧会 , lit. Today, the grounds have become a popular destination for enjoying nature, sports, museums and seasonal flowers. John-Franklin Koenig: Expo 70 Osaka. “Expo 70, the world’s fair held in Osaka, Japan, from mid-March till mid-September 1970, was a showcase for world culture and innovation and it brought the latest in technology, design and architecture to the Japanese city. Osaka - Japon - Cartes postales de l'Expo70. 11, S. 715-733. In 1990, Osaka was host to the International Garden and Greenery Exposition (Horticultural Expo 1990 Osaka), and now the city has won the right to host its third International Exhibition: Expo 2025 Osaka Kansai. JSON ... Dept. The Exposition Site. 2016/04/06 - Pavillon du gouvernement canadien pour l'Exposition universelle d'Osaka 1970 / Canadian Government Pavilion Japan World Exposition Osaka 1970, Erickson / Massey, Photo Entrance Winner Canadian Competitions Catalogue / Catalogue des Concours Canadiens #WorldsFair #Expo2015 #Osaka1970 #Expo1970 Finden Sie Top-Angebote für Medaille / Weltausstellung Expo 70 - Osaka 1970 / Kupfer bei eBay. 日本語: 日本万国博覧会 (大阪万博)は1970年に大阪府で開催された国際博覧会。. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Export. Your banner or text ad can fill the space above. 61, Nr. Expo 1970 Osaka was registered by the General Assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) on 14 September 1965, shortly after Japan became a member of the BIE. In: Werk, Nov. 1970, Jg. 5, S. 134-138. Osaka Expo was the first Expo hosted in Asia and it was an incredible example of engineering and architectural finesse thanks to unforgettable temporary pavilions. The exposition was opened on … The Furukawa pavilion was designed as a traditional seven-story pagoda, while its indoor exhibits were unwaveringly modern, with the technologies showcased including a voice-activated robot, a cashless payment system and an electronic ‘Computer Music Hall’. The experimental pavilion designs inspired architects and planners around the world, with the modular Takara Beautillion being the direct inspiration for the world’s first capsule hotel only a few years later. Festival Plaza. Under the theme “Progress and Harmony for Mankind”, the record-breaking Expo welcomed 77 participating countries and received over 64 million visitors – a figure that would not be outstripped until Expo 2010 in Shanghai. In: Cimaise, Nr. In: Form, 5, 1970, S. 201-211. It attracted more than thirty-two million visitors. The pavilion of Brazil – with a large geometrical concrete roof delicately poised atop an undulating landscape – became an icon of brutalist architecture that propelled the career of its architect, Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Expo 1970 Osaka, held from 15 March 1970 to 13 September 1970, was the first World Expo to be hosted in Japan and in Asia. This theme pavilion was designed by artist Taro Okamoto in the Expo ’70 Symbol Zone. The Exposition Universelle of 1900, better known in English as the 1900 Paris Exposition, was a world's fair held in Paris, France, from 14 April to 12 November 1900, to celebrate the achievements of the past century and to accelerate development into the next. 大阪万博, Ōsaka bampaku) fand vom 15. CEF SHEET 1ST DAY MONACO UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION OF OSAKA 1970 CEF SHEET 1ST DAY MONACO UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION OF OSAKA 1970. Exposition universelle du Japon, Osaka, 1970, du 15 mars au 13 septembre 1970 : progrès humain dans l'harmonie: General report of the second Conference of Commissioners General, November, 12-15, 1968, Kyoto, Japan: Guide officiel de l'Expo 70. Expo (International Exhibitions Bureau) (1970 : Osaka, Japan) Alternative names. 20, S. 779-799. The Japan World Exposition, Osaka, 1970 (Osaka's Expo '70), in which 77 countries (including Japan) participated, ended in success, drawing a total attendance of more than 64 million. Vers le contenu. Among these are the mobile phone – showcased and tried out by visitors in the NTT pavilion – as well as the popular ‘Washlet’ Japanese toilets with integrated heating and bidet functions. In line with this experimental spirit, the site was conceived with a central spine designed to inspire the centre of a future city. In: The Japan Architect, Jg. Moving walkways extended out from the futuristic Symbol Zone to direct visitors towards the colourful and space-age pavilions around the Expo site. The eye-catching Fuji pavilion – an air-inflated membrane structure – featured the world’s first IMAX, while the metabolist Takara Beautilion pavilion encapsulated the concept of impermanent, modular architecture. 日本万国博覧会, nihon bankoku hakurankai bzw. 2 Bde. OSAKA, JAPAN 1970 Expo '70, Progress and Harmony for Mankind. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! Jump to navigation Jump to search. I have been involved in the planning of Expo 2025 from the very initial stages. CategoryWorld Exhibition – (General International Exposition 1st Category), Official DesignationJapan World Exposition Osaka 1970, Asia’s first World Expo and its message to the world. « Exposition universelle du Japon ») et abrégée sous le nom d'Ōsaka banpaku (大阪万博 , lit. Expo ‘70: Structure, space, Mankind. Histoire et actualité des Expositions Universelles et Internationales / History and news of World Exhibitions, World Expos and World Fairs. 184, 1970, S. 54-61. See also categories: Pavilions of Expo 1970 and Collections of the Expo '70 Pavilion. Japan Association for the 1970 World Exposition (Hg. 14 mars au 13 septembre 1970. « expo univ. … Some of the technologies exhibited at the Expo soon became popularised and are now widely used across the world. In: Form, 5, 1970, S. 201-211. In: Saturday Review, 13.9.1969, Jg. Fair and exposition; Manage my collection. Expo '70 (日本万国博覧会, Nihon Bankoku Hakuran-kai) was a world's fair held in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Japan, between March 15 and September 13, 1970.The theme of the Expo was "Progress and Harmony for Mankind." Detailed View Revision History Sources. Following a refurbishment, the Tower of the Sun Museum reopened to the public in 2018, and the structure was officially registered as Tangible Cultural Property of Japan in 2020, to mark the 50th anniversary of Expo 1970. In: The Nation, 31. Expo '70 est le nom de l'Exposition universelle qui a lieu à Suita (banlieue d'Osaka) Japans 14 März 13 September 1970. Die letzte Weltausstellung. Sheet CEF 1er Day Monaco Exposition Universelle D' Osaka 1970. 1970, Bd. Other notable pavilions included the United States’ vast pavilion, covered by an air supported cable roof, and which featured a display of the lunar module and rocks brought back from the Apollo 12 mission. Tower of the Sun, symbol of Expo '70. 164, 1970, S. 23-190. 45, Nr. September 1970 in Suita, einem Vorort der japanischen Stadt Osaka statt. Of the 116 pavilions on the Expo site – encompassing countries, international organisations, local authorities, and companies – Japan’s was the largest, spanning 37,791m2 – equivalent to a ten millionth of the total area of Japan. 8. It expects around 28 million people to attend, exceeding the 22.05 million who came to visit the Aichi event. Finden Sie Top-Angebote für Medaille - Weltausstellung Expo 70 - Osaka 1970, Kupfer bei eBay. Named the Symbol Zone and spanning one kilometre long by 150 metres wide, this central axis featured the Festival Plaza, the Tower of the Sun, the Theme Pavilion, and the Expo Tower. Expo �70. Among the most popular pavilions were those of many newly independent African and Asian countries, many of which were participating in a World Expo for the first time. The pavilion of Switzerland, named “Radiant Structure”, was designed as a branching metal ‘plant’ that reflected the sunlight during the day and glowed in the dark at night, while Australia’s striking pavilion by James MacCormick featured a suspended circular roof inspired by Hokusai’s ‘Great Wave’.