Sound World uses sounds experienced from diverse perspectives
to foster children’s abilities to understand and communicate with the world around them.
Encounter sound in a new way using everyday tools.
Experience sound, which cannot be seen or touched, through shapes and movements,
and create beautiful sounds with others through fun activities.
Experience the familiar sounds you hear in your everyday life
from diverse perspectives and through unusual interactive activities.
Sharpen your creative thinking skills!
|Theme||Communicate with the world through the experience of sound.|
|Location||B1F Sensitivity Development Play|
Have you ever wondered what your voice sounds like?
Find out by recording your voice and listening to it through various speakers.
Find out whether each shadow matches the sound you think it should make.
The small elements of the picture move around depending on the speed of the music.
Dance along the music and see how the shapes move.
Watch as the sound vibrations from beautiful music are turned into dancing pictures.
Put your hand on the notes and listen to the sounds.
Make harmony with friends.
What do you hear when you tap together pipes of different lengths and widths?
Make your own exciting sounds using your hands and different tools.
In what ways will the exhibit help my child?
Mom and Dad!
Help your child focus on and explore the sounds they hear in their daily lives. Encourage your child to understand sound from various points of view and to express their thoughts about each sound.
01Pay attention to everyday sounds! Explore and observe familiar, everyday sounds in a new way.
02Express yourself through diverse sounds. Language is not the only way to express yourself.
03Value other peoples’ sounds. Help your child respect his or her own unique character
04Listen to the sounds of the world using your entire body. Sounds do not need to be experienced using only your ears.
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