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World Heritage SOS At Seibu

Author: Shaney Crawford, Issue: September 2006, Topic: Events

This is a photo and video exhibit showing World Heritage sites in Asia and the damage they have suffered in recent years.

Friday, August 25 to Monday, September 4 6th Floor, Seibu 10am to 8pm (closes at 5pm on September 4) You may enter until 30 minutes before the closing time.

Free for junior high school students and under 300 yen for high school and university students 500 yen for adults

100 yen discount for people who have Club-On cards or for groups of more than 10 people

There are free tickets on the flyer at Tsukuba Express station.

More information (in Japanese)

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