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Looking back on the fierce battle of faculty and staff basketball Suwa Education Museum – Nagano Nippo Web

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An exhibition that looks back on the Suwa-gun City Faculty and Staff Basketball Tournament with articles from the Nagano Daily

An exhibition that looks back on the traditional “Suwa-gun City Faculty and Staff Basketball Tournament” held every year with the participation of faculty and staff from elementary and junior high schools in the Suwa region and special needs schools is being held at the Suwa Education Museum in Suwa 1, Suwa City. Eight tournaments were selected from the 40th tournament in 1993 to the 67th tournament in 2020, and the state of the fierce battle is introduced in articles and photographs published in the Nagano Daily. Until 31st.

The tournament is sponsored by the Suwa Education Society and sponsored by Nagano Nihonsha, and is held every February as an opportunity for faculty and staff of each school to interact through the competition. This year, the tournament, which lasts more than 60 times, was canceled for the first time because preventive measures for the new coronavirus infection could not be taken completely. In response to this, we planned an exhibition to look back on the historic tournament.

At the venue, articles and photographs that convey the results of each tournament will be enlarged and copied and displayed on imitation paper. Headlines such as “Teachers play well” jump. The museum said, “It’s a pity that this year’s tournament was canceled. I hope many people will read past articles and raise expectations for the next tournament.”

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Free to browse. Hours are 9 am-5pm (Wednesday until 4pm). Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. For inquiries, please contact the museum (telephone 0266, 58, 2977).

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