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Utilization of cultural properties

Utilization of cultural properties

Now we will present specific examples of using cultural properties.

The value of cultural properties has no purpose if the properties are simply preserved, stored, and not seen by anyone. The intrinsic value of a cultural property only comes to life when it is seen and used by people. From this point on, we will look at examples of use—including a workshop for students linked with an exhibition, an architectural tour aimed at improving architectural literacy of people inside and outside the university, loans to exhibitions at other institutions, and the use of cultural properties in various other events.

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Invitation to Ex-Noguchi Room: Preservation and Utilization of Cultural Properties in Universities

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