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June 21-July 23

Inspired by the culture of records, the artistry of album and single sleeves and the technology involved in the vinyl industry, the Kanazawa Institute of Technology began acquiring records in 1992. Now, it houses more than 240,000 records and a wealth of music magazines, books and newspapers, making it one of the world’s leading libraries of popular music-related items.

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