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10/14, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

Human remains have been discovered in hedgerow beside Osaka's popular amusement park Universal Studios Japan, while Thailand's AirAsia has carried out its first flight connecting Bangkok with Fukuoka as borders are relaxed and tourists welcomed into Kyushu, now a new major hub for tourists from South East Asia. Meanwhile, a new exhibition of little seen work by Dutch artist Daan van Golden (1936–2017) takes place in Tokyo. “Art is the opposite of Nature” at Misako & Rosen gallery presents the painting and photographs of "art finding" by van Golden, examples of his radical practice.
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10/14, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo
Human remains have been discovered in hedgerow beside Osaka's popular amusement park Universal Studi...
2022.10.14|00:04:50

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