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If I could go anywhere: the deep mountains and mysterious valleys of Tokyo's Nezu Museum

By Olivia Meehan, Object-based Learning Co-ordinator, The University of Melbourne
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A vast estate in metropolitan Tokyo, this museum and garden in the former home of businessman and philanthropist Nezu Kaichirō is a place of calm beauty.

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