Emperor Akihito and Michiko visited Tokyo Printing Museum

On January 13, 2018, Emperor Akihito of Japan and Empress Michiko of Japan visited "90th Year of Kinderbook" exhibition held at Tokyo's Printing Museum in Bunkyo Ward. At the exhibition, about 300 picture books and original drawings are exhibited. Kinderbook which is a monthly picture book and magazine closely related to early education of children at preschool age is one of the longest periodicals of Japan. The magazine began to be published in 1927.
Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko visited "90th Year of Kinderbook" exhibition held at Tokyo's Printing Museum
Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko visited "90th Year of Kinderbook" exhibition held at Tokyo's Printing Museum

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  1. I will miss Emperor Akihito of Japan and Empress Michiko of Japan after their abdication in April 2019.

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