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Kyushu National Museum

The Kyushu National Museum is still in the process of developing its own unique character; but the preliminary foundation of its development begins with the idea that the formation of Japanese culture should be considered within the context of Asian history.

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... The growth and development of today's museum has been an evolving process 1994 -- Agency for Cultural Affairs (ACA) creates "Committee to Investigate. 1998 -- "Basic Plan for the Kyushu National Museum" is completed. 2005—Museum is officially opened as the "Kyushu National Museum" of the "Independent Administrative Institution National Museum" (IAI National Museum) ...

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