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Rules and regulations in using Ex-Noguchi Room

Rules and regulations in using Ex-Noguchi Room

We have looked so far at examples of restoration and periodic maintenance of the Ex-Noguchi Room. This Step explains, through a video, the precautions for people using the room. Let’s take a look.

  • Do not bring in food or beverages.
  • Behave calmly in the room. If you suddenly move or run, it may cause an unexpected accident.
  • On rainy days, take off your shoes and do not bring wet articles into the room.
  • Do not do any work that might scratch or damage the floor, hand railings, or other furnishings.
  • Do not affix tape to the floor or furniture.
  • Carefully remove the special purpose covers of furniture so that the covers do not catch on the furniture. When you are finished using the room replace the covers as they were.
  • Sit down softly on chairs, being careful not to overload them. (Do not sit down quickly, with excessive force.)
  • Do not stand on chairs.
  • Do not drag chairs.
  • Do not rub or chafe the backrests of benches.
  • The structure of the coffee table is such that the table top comes off, and the table is not very stable, so do not sit down on it.
  • When writing, always use a pencil board under your paper, and write with a pencil.
  • Do not pull hard on the gauze curtain.
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