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Wednesday, September 28, 2011 

The history of Japan's manga and Doraemon museums

Here's an article in the Daily Yomiuri about the history of Japan's manga museums and libraries that have grown since the 1990s.

And, here's another one about the Doraemon museum dedicated to Hiroshi Fujimoto's famous manga robo-cat.

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