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FUKUOKA — Tiempo Iberoamericano, Kyushu’s first Latin American cultural center, opened here recently in response to the growing needs of the Latin American community and the increasing interest of Japanese.

“Until now, there hasn’t really been one cultural center for the Iber-American community,” said Santiago Herrera, executive director of the center. “Tiempo Iberoamericano is the first of its kind in both Kyushu and Japan.”

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