The Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Hall is a museum dedicated to the life and achievements of Hideyo Noguchi. Hideyo Noguchi was a Japanese bacteriologist active during the Meiji era (1868-1912), and his efforts in the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases are still praised around the world today.
The Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Museum is divided into two floors: the first floor introduces Hideyo Noguchi's life in six different periods. On the second floor, there are exhibits on different themes related to Hideyo, including his research on bacteria, as well as certificates, medals, and photographs from around the world commemorating his achievements.
One of the attractions of the memorial hall is that the hearth where Hideyo Noguchi was burned remains. It is known that Hideyo Noguchi was burned all over his body in an accident at a hospital kitchen, and that he devoted all his energy to his subsequent rehabilitation. This hearth was used by Hideyo Noguchi for his own medical treatment and is a symbol of his suffering and courage as well as its historical value.
The museum also exhibits not only Hideyo Noguchi's life and achievements, but also the bacteria he studied and information on the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. In addition, special exhibitions celebrating Hideyo Noguchi's achievements, lectures, study groups, and other events are held on a regular basis to communicate his achievements to a wide range of people.
This is a great place not only for those interested in the life and achievements of Hideyo Noguchi, but also for those who want to learn about infectious diseases and medicine. You will be able to experience his great achievements.