Places & Travel
01/27, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo
Japan successfully launched a rocket yesterday carrying a data gathering satellite from its Tanegashima Space Center. On the ground, a bronze mirror and an iron sword have been unearthed from a burial mound in Nara, while old brick foundations have been discovered directly opposite Tokyo’s Toshima City Office in Ikebukuro, an area that once belonged to a photographic chemical maker that was later known as FujiFilm. In Kanazawa, the ‘Town Hack’ initiative bring's Daido Moriyama's “Brightness/Contrast” exhibition to the Shintenchi shopping street, with both Town Hack and photo exhibition supported by the nearby Kamu Kanazawa.
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