The Keio History Museum has launched our online gallery! We`d like to introduce some of the ways you can experience our exhibits and collections online, whether you`ve visited us before or want to enjoy the museum atmosphere from home.
Exhibition Hall 360 Degree Tour
We have recorded our Special Exhibitions with the help of a 360 degree camera. Using these interactive videos, you can enjoy our already completed exhibitions once more from home. * The video starts at the Museum entrance. Using the map on the top-right of the video, you can change the view and move the camera around the exhibition space. Where the `i` mark is displayed on-screen, you can click through for more details on the displayed items. Finally, by pressing the button on the bottom-right, you can switch to `full screen` mode, allowing you to enjoy the exhibition at its fullest scale.
Fukuzawa Memorial Center for Modern Japanese Studies, Keio University, Exhibition of Newly Acquired Materials, 2023
Museum Videos (In Japanese)
On our official YouTube channel, the Keio History Museum hosts videos explaining some of the items in our collections, as well as our Mini Lecture series, showcasing the Museum`s Special Exhibitions.
You can view a guided talk of our permanent exhibition, recorded at the time of the Keio History Museum`s opening.
Mini Lecture Series
Our first Mini Lecture is on the Special Exhibition `May 15th, 1868: Fukuzawa Yukichi`s Weyland Lecture`, held from July 5th to October 9th, 2021. This lecture answers such questions as `what is Weyland`s book of economics?`, and `what is the meaning behind Keio`s school song`, in a clear and engaging talk hosted by Professor Ikeda Yukihiro of the Department of Economics.
View our YouTube channel here.
You can view items in our collection, captured with 3D scans. Baby Carriage (a souvenir brought back from America by Fukuzawa Yukichi)