Through its pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, Japan revealed its most advanced technologies, as part of the Tokyo 2025 vision, for a waste-free world that predicts disasters and protects the planet, which is in line with the concepts of sustainability called for by the World Expo.
The pavilion presented to Expo visitors, inside the Innovation Room, a model divided into 4 sectors: land, space, seas and smart cities, through innovative creative ideas.
And that room contains more than 120 miniatures of the Japanese “Mitati” art, and “miniatures” are pictures decorated in miniature models by using the simplest materials, in order to simplify and explain the most complex technologies in the world, and the Mitati art in Japanese culture aims to make people think and exploring innovative solutions to the problems facing the planet.
Through miniature models inside the glass bubbles, these “miniatures” formed unconventional ideas to protect the earth through innovative methods of cultivation using the latest advanced technologies.
Visitors to Expo 2020 moved to the bubbles of the seas, and Japan presented its most prominent findings in the field of disaster prediction through “Tsunami Warning” technology, and through space bubbles, visitors explored the latest technology for space travel, along with a model of the Japanese missile that carries the first locally-made satellite for the Emirates; The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launched the “Khalifa-Sat” satellite to observe the Earth from a space center in Taniga, southern Japan.
Regarding the partnership with the UAE Space Agency, the officials of the Japan Pavilion expressed their pride in cooperating with the UAE, within the framework of the ambitious space program to penetrate the world of space and explore Mars. (wam)
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