You can see the inside of the Fisheries Science Museum of the Hokkaido University Museum, including the closed areas, with explanations. The video duration is 16 minutes and 40 seconds, filmed in November 2020.
0:04 Fisheries Science Museum Annex 0:20 Whole body skeleton of Bryde's whale
1:23 Leatherback Turtle stuffed specimen and Toyoji Hikita
2:29 Marine garbage exhibit (museum practice) 3:05 Closed display area, Fisheries Science Museum Main Building 3:33 Specimen Room 1 (Fishes, Fishery Animals, Seaweeds) 4:28 Remarkable specimen: Biwa toadfish and parasitic male 5:38 Invertebrate Collection 6:21 Specimens that assimilate to the floor? 6:59 The maintenance of specimen 7:48 Immersion specimen of a giant marlin 7:52 Second specimen room (Fishing boats and fishing gear) 8:18 Collection of wooden boat models: Fisheries Copetitive Exhibition, Kichisaburo Endo 9:13 The collection of fishHook 10:01 The collection of fishing net model 10:05 Three-stage inflatable steam engine models 10:18 Second Floor Exhibition Room 10:46 Countless Cracks: Cause of Out of bounds 11:18 Fisheries Science Museum (Resource center) and Fisheries Alumni Association 11:50 Fisheries Specimen Gallery 12:20 Type specimens 12:32 Wakasagi specimen, collected in Moerenuma 151 years ago 13:09 Specimen preparation room 13:24 Large specimens are also available outdoors 13:39 Collection taking advantage of the geographical location 14:41 The vision of Fisheries Science Museum
Commentary: Fumito Tashiro Listening and Photography Editing: Shunsuke Yamashita Production: Hokkaido University Balanced Ocean