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November 02, 2009


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jeff sent: http://narashikanko.jp/english/kan_spot_data/e_si60.html

By way of a meaningful coincidence, on the evening of the day that this post appeared, I heard a mention of the Silk Road on TV in a contemporary Canadian comic show. It startled me a little.

-        “Exhibition on Japanese Envoys to Tang China”
Upcoming exhibits 2010

Nara National Museum (April 3 – June 20)

-        “Hirayama Ikuo Exhibition: From Silk Road to Nara” Nara Prefectural Complex of Man’yo Culture (April 17 – May 30)

-        “Exhibition of Tang Emperors’ Mausoleums” The Museum of the Archaeological Institute of Kashihara, Nara Prefecture (April 24 – June 20)

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