Nobel Prize Akira Yoshino Signs the annual chair Stockholm 6 Dec 21:53
Akira Yoshino, who was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, visited the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden before the award ceremony, and participated in the annual event of signing a cafe chair in the hall.
It is customary for Nobel Prize winners to visit the Nobel Museum in Stockholm every year and sign a memorial on the back of a café chair.
Akira Yoshino, who was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, visited the museum on the 6th night tonight in Japan time.
Mr. Yoshino in a suit is holding a golden pen in his hand, writing it on black paper once and then looking at the sign of the other winners in front of the chair that is turned inside out, confirming where to write, The sign “Akira Yoshino” was written in a bold style.
After completing the sign, Mr. Yoshino took a commemorative photo with a chair in his hand smiling.