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This series explores topics surrounding women who began their careers in Japan following the implementation of equal opportunities employment legislation in the mid-1980s. With many now reaching the age of retirement, it is hoped their stories can provide insight and lessons for women in Japan’s professional world today.
The Mori Art Museum, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year, has never been your grandfather’s contemporary art museum. Not only is it internationally recognized for its generous coverage of a wide range of contemporary art, but a visit to the museum is also an experience in and of itself.
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