Albert Einstein’s unknown manuscripts are exhibited in Japan


Keio University in Japan’s capital is hosting an exhibition where Albert Einstein’s unique manuscripts are open to the general public. The exhibition has a total of 20 Einstein’s works.

Among the exhibits one can see a manuscript dedicated to the Land of the Rising Sun, «My image of Japan». This work was written by Einstein while he was travelling around Japan in 1922. The manuscripts may be of interest not only to historians and linguists but also to scientists.

Many works have mathematical formulae written on them which can relate to scientific research in the field of physics.