The Entrance is an open and bright space, with natural illumination.
The concept of the museum is manifestly displayed here, with a movable wooden monument representing the dream of flight in a fairytale style, and a mobile of white shining clouds in the sky.
Visible from the inner opening of the Entrance is a symbol of the aviation display, a working replica of the 'Miss Veedol'.
The ACT-G is a flying machine shaped like the double helix of the DNA molecule. Made by Takahashi Minoru, a woodcraftsman living in the city of Hachinohe, this mechanical monument is made entirely from wood from its gears right down to its chains.