• Kyodo News


University-run museums are gaining attention not only for their free admission but also for in-depth exhibitions that reflect their latest achievements in research.

A guidebook published this month on some 100 university-run museums in the Tokyo area may prompt more people to seek intellectual stimulation at the exhibitions.

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