An advisory panel to the education minister decided Friday to propose three Japanese cultural assets for the World Heritage List of the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, panel members said.

In response to the proposal from the Council for the Protection of Cultural Properties, the government plans to submit the three sites to UNESCO in December.

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