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Reform-minded art gallery managers in Tokyo’s Ginza district are welcoming new kinds of guests, including first-timers and children, with tours to encourage and nurture potential patrons in an attempt to weather the economic downturn.

Ginza Yanagi Gallery Co., a major gallery operator, is leading a joint project with more than 10 other galleries, accepting guests on tours a few times a month in the upscale shopping district, which is dotted with some 200 galleries.

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