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01/13, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo

As consumer prices rise, the price of chocolates is also on the up with Valentine's Day fast approaching. Meanwhile, Japan starts 2023 with the world’s most powerful passport. As worldly as some institutions like the Tokyo National Museum are, they can also struggle to to make ends meet, safeguarding artefacts in its possession. Other museums on the other hand are battling the belligerent weather. Museums, like Aomori's Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art, currently showing Yoshitomo Nara, and Towada Art Center, hosting Aya Momose. But despite their challenges, time is on their side, unlike 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Tokyo which closes this March. Beforehand, it will look back over its 13-year history with the exhibition “3331 Transformed Art into …”.
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01/13, Arts Culture Tourism from Tokyo
As consumer prices rise, the price of chocolates is also on the up with Valentine's Day fast approac...
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