The exhibitions will be held at the Tokyo National Museum for 12 weeks from June to September in 2014 and eight weeks at the Kyushu National Museum in Fukuoka Prefecture from October to November the same year, according to a schedule announced by the museum.
What does TNM stand for?
TNM stands for Tokyo National Museum (Tokyo, Japan)
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- Taman Nasional Meru Betiri (Indonesian: Meru Betiri National Park; Jember, Indonesia)
- Tamil Nadu Maritime Board (est. 1997; India)
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TOKYO: An extremely rare copy of a work by fourth century Chinese calligraphy legend Wang Xizhi has been unearthed in Japan, the first such discovery in four decades, Tokyo National Museum said.
Short of putting paintings behind glass--Mona Lisa has been protected by bulletproof glass since its loan to the Tokyo National Museum in 1974, where a woman tried to deface it with red paint--it is not easy to imagine other ways of safeguarding their surfaces.
Organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan, Tokyo National Museum, Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the exhibition introduces the flowers of Japanese art that spans about 5,000 years from Jomon period to Edo period, focuses on Tokyo National Museum's collection including two National Treasures and three Important Cultural Properties.
Some of what makes for that fascination will be on display at the Tokyo National Museum (Ueno Park, Taito-ku; 3 3822 1111) from the first week of October.
The exhibition has been co-organised with the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan, and the Tokyo National Museum, and marks the first ever opportunity for these remarkable and captivating artefacts to be brought together outside Japan.
Ueno Park also has three museums, the Tokyo National Museum, The National Science Museum and The National Museum of Western Art.
After the meeting, Prodi, accompanied by Abe and his wife Akie, visited an exhibit, ''The Mind of Leonardo -- The Universal Genius at Work'' at the Tokyo National Museum.