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Trip to museum in Kitakyushu Japan

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BlindFool

Greetings all!

I recently took a trip to a museum in Kitakyushu Japan! This museum was huge, the museum is called the North Kyushu Municipal Journey Of Life Museum and it’s address is: 2 Chome-4-1 Higashida, Yahatahigashi-ku, Kitakyūshū-shi, Fukuoka-ken 805-0071, Japan. 

 

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Manticocerasman

thx for sharing those beautiful pictures with us :) 

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Tidgy's Dad

Very interesting! :)

It's always great when we get to see photos of museums that most of us will never get the chance to visit. 

Thank you for posting these. 

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RJB

 Some very impressive fossils for sure!  Thanks for sharing.

 

RB

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michele 1937
Spectacular.
Museum and beautiful photos

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DanKurek

Awesome museum! 

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Ludwigia

Thanks for sharing. I couldn't help but notice that a good number of the vertebrate exhibits have been strongly enhanced or are copies. How many are actually Japanese and where have they collected themselves?

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BlindFool

@LudwigiaIt appears to me majority of them are sourced globally. I also agree many are enhanced or are replicas, I believe it’s because the Japanese are strongly focused on eduction. They would rather have a perfect fossil and if they can’t have that they would prefer a replica of one. This will increase the educational value of them.

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