PHOTOS Cultural relics from China to display in Japan

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Cultural relics from China to display in Japan

Xinhua

20:11, July 09, 2019

A visitor takes photos of the exhibit "Money Tree" (R) during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020. (Photos: Xinhua)

A model warship and other exhibits are on display during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

Visitors look at exhibits during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling The Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A visitor looks at a Guan jar excavated from the mausoleum of Cao Cao (155-220 AD), a leading warlord of the Three Kingdoms period, during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A visitor is silhouetted during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A visitor looks at the exhibit "Stone Tablet with Inscription" during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A wine cask is on display during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A lion statue is on display during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A She Mao (snake spear) is on display during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

A visitor looks at puppet dolls from NHK's puppet theater "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms" during a preview of the "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" exhibition at Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo, Japan, July 8, 2019. A special exhibition titled "Three Kingdoms: Unveiling the Story" will be open to the public at Japan's Tokyo National Museum from July 9 to Sept. 16. The Three Kingdoms period lasted from 220 to 280 in ancient China. A total of 161 pieces of cultural relics from China, including 42 first-grade items, are on display at the exhibition. Following the Tokyo stop, the same exhibition will then make its way to Kyushu National Museum, where it is scheduled to run from Oct. 1, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020.

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