LONDON – The first exhibition in Europe of Shinto-related art opened to the public here Wednesday at the British Museum.
The display, titled “Shinto — The Sacred Art of Ancient Japan,” has taken three years to plan and features 110 priceless artifacts from more than 80 shrines, temples and museums in Japan.
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