Visitors were able to help with the repair work. Here, a 3-year-old visitor applies glue.
A visitor applies finishing touches to her shoji-inspired art project.
MIT Visualizing Cultures Website. Image-driven scholarship exploring different themes in Asian studies, such as the arrival of Commodore Perry in Japan, postcards from the Russo-Japanese War, and advertisements from the early 20th century. Selected essays have accompanying standards-based curriculum guides and lessons.
Dower, John W. Ways of Forgetting, Ways of Remembering: Japan in the Modern World. New York and London: The New Press, 2012. From Pulitzer Prize-winning Japanese historian, an examination of memory and perception in shaping Japan's modern understanding of World War II and implications for the role of history in a modern democracy.