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A museum devoted to dolls and other items from around the world, including Japanese dolls from the 17th to the 19th centuries, unveiled its extensive collection for the first time in the city of Saitama on Tuesday.

The media were shown the collection a month before the opening of the Iwatsuki Ningyo Museum, which is located in Iwatsuki Ward, home to Japan’s leading makers of traditional hina dolls.

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