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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
NO*53, April 3, 1963
for ICS conference Apr. 19-20-21. Front row: Henry Tobo, Harry
Harada, Ron Yamamoto, and Ken Tagawa. Back row: Dave Furukawa,
advisor; Shirley Yamasaki, Carol Uyemura, Carolyn Okizaki, Joan
Sakyo, Natchi Matsunami and Sam Matsumoto, advisor.
PTA To Raise Money For Trip Expense
Three delegates chosen by Tri-
State Buddhist PTA Counsel to
attend Sunday Schoolteachers con-
ference April 27-28 in San Fran-
cisco are: Tom Koshio of Ft.
Lupton, Mrs. Alice Fujii and Phil-
lip Miyazawa.
Budget of $525 is provided for
this delegation. The Counsel group
hopes to raise money toward theft*
expense with a benefit lunch-sup-
per sale Sun., April 7, during Hana
matsuri program.
The Counsels new officers
elected recently are: pres., Floyd
Koshio; v.p., Yasuko Fujimori;
record, and corresp. sec., Sum!
Kagohara and Ida Sasaki; treas.,
Phillip Miyazawa; publicity, Den-
nis Tokunaga.
A NOTE OF APPRECIATION 1
We express sincere thanks to our
many friends, far and near, for
their sympathy and their many
acts of thoughtfulness and kindness
which we received during our
bereavement over the passing of a
dear member of our family, Konai
K. Miyamoto*, D.D.S.
The Tsubokawa family.
MYF SPRING TRIP
TO GLENWOOD SPRINGS
Spring trip by train to Glenwood
Springs, Mon., Apr. 8-10 is plan-
ned by MYF members of Simpson
Church, it was announced by Mrs.
Mary Fuji, advisor. Laura Ma-
sunaga is Fellowships president.
They Will Assist
Nisei supporters of the War
Memorial Monument project in
northeastern Colorado and North
Platte, Nebr., have agreed to soli-
cit contributions, said Yosh Arai
and John Noguchi of the committee
on their return from recent trip
to these communities.
They said Ken Inouye and Kish
Otsuka of Sedgwick will canvass
that area, and George Kuroki and
Mike Hayashi will do so in the
North Platte area.
BEGIN REVISION
OF TRAFFIC CODE
Lloyd Shinsato, assistant city
attorney, is engaged in revision of
portions of Denvers traffic code.
The revised'code, for example,
will specifically define a side-
walk and a roadway.
Bishop Phillips Preaches At Service
Three-year trial merger of the
old Calif. St. and Simpson Metho-
dist churches was transformed
into a permanent merger in cere-
mony Sunday at the latter church.
Bishop Glenn Phillips preached
sermon at this special service.
The Simpson Church also named
Mrs. Mary Takamine and Leo
Murakami as official lay delegate
and alternate, respectively, to the
Pacific Japanese provisional con-
ference of the denomination June
17 in Los Angeles, perhaps the
last regular session of that or-
ganization. Next year, Simpson
Church is to become member of
the Colorado conference headed
by Bishop Phillips. Likewise, the
30 other churches of the Japanese
conference are to join their res-
pective area conferences.
NISEI SPIRITUAL WEEK was observed recently atSimpsonMethodist
Church. Participants included the Revs.Paul Hagiya, John Yamashita
from Los Angeles, and Hideo Hamamura, chairman of the church*s
board of trustees.
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SANS El SOLOIST AT
VALLEY SYMPHONY EVENT
Alamosa Ronald Inouye of La
Jara recently was piano soloist at
concert presented by the San Luis
Valley Symphony Orchestra at
Adams State College auditorium.
Ronald, who has been a piano stu-
dent for seven years, is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Inouye.
BUNIONS AND CORNS
VODVIL REVUE
Boulder Louise Ogata recent-
ly participated in the high school's
vodvil show called Bunions and
Corn.
Peruvian Evacues
Peruvian government has de-
cided to return World War II-
seized assets, of Peruvian Jap-
anese, according to a report re-
leased by the Japanese Consulate
General in San Francisco.
About 1,000 of these people were
seized in Peru and sent to evacu-
ation camps in the U.S. in 1942.
Most of them took steps to enable
them to remain in the U.S. The
Peruvian government sought con-
sular assistance in locating the
evacues. Several Peruvian Japan-
ese families relocated in Denver
may benefit from this provision.
Econonic Analyst
Susumu Okamoto, Palo Alto,
Calif.-born, economic analyst for
the Japanese Consulate General
in San Francisco, last week began
a summary study of Colorados
industrial and economic conditions
by conferring with officials of Bur-
eau of Economic Research at CU
in Boulder.
His next stop will be in Salt
Lake City, then Carson City, Ne-
vada.
comma EVENTS
Sun., April 7, 7 p.m., movie at
Buddhist Church, Beranmei Gei-
sha, and Mito Komon.
Sun., Apr. 7, 10 a.m., Hana
matsuri program and benefit
luncheon at Tri-State Buddhist
church.
Mon.-Wed., Apr. 8-10, Inter-
mediate Methodist Youth Fellow-
ship trip to Glenwood Springs.
Tues., Apr. 9, 7:30 p.m. Com-
munity Memorial Monument com-
mittee meeting at Cathay Post.
Wed., Apr. 10, 7 p.m., special
movie at Buddhist Church, spon-
sored by Granada Fish, Pacific
Mercantile and Kojima Co., for
Kikkoman shoyu.
Thurs., April 11, 7 p.m., repeat
performance of Kikkoman shoyu
promotion, bonus ticket movie,
Fri., Apr. 12, 7:30 p.m., Good
Friday Easter service at Simp-
son Methodist Church.
Sun., Apr. 14, 7-8:30a.m Meth-
odist Mens annual Easter break-
fast at Simpson Church, 50 cents
per child and 75 cents per adult.
Sun., Apr. 14, 9:30 a.m. and
11:00 a.m., two Easter services
at Simpson Methodist Church.
Fri.-Sat.-Sun., Apr. 19-20-21,
Intermountain Collegiate Students
Conference at Aspen Lodge, Estes
Park.
Sun., Apr. 21, 12 noon to 6:30
p.m. benefit food bazaar atDenver
School of Judo, 2020 Arapahoe
Street.
Sun., Apr. 28,7 p.m., Community
Memorial Monument benefit movie
sponsored by Cathay Post at Tri-
State Buddhist Church.
Sat., May 4, Mile Hi JACL
Food bazaar, Mrs. MayTorizawa,
chairman.
18th Annual Intercollegiate Conference
Many activities are scheduled
for delegates at ICS conference,
ranging from varied recreational
programs to seminar and banquet.
Banquet program will include in-
stallation of officers and ICSer
of the year award. Miss Florence
Koshio, CSU 62, now faculty mem-
ber of junio high school in Cherry
Creek, was award recipient last
year.
rrs A BIG ONE
Los Angeles About 2000 dele-
gates, including niseis and san-
seis, were expected at 19th an-
nual Chinese Intercollegiate Stu-.
dents Conference atUSC last week.
Publicity Chairman Mary Tang
said the purpose of the conference
was to improve communication
among students of Oriental ances-
try at southern California cam-
puses.
Fukuhara Wedding
Miss Katherine MasakoNakaoka
and Harold Shoji Fukuhara will
recite their wedding vows Sat.,
Apr. 6, at Montclair Methodist
Church. The Rev. Paul Hagiya
of Simpson Methodist Church will
officiate.
Bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nakaoka, and
groom-elect is the son of Mr. and
Mrs, Sam Fukuhara. A graduate
of CSC at Greeley, Miss Nakaoka
teaches at Beach Court School.
Fukuhara is a draftsman for a
construction supply company.
Attendants will be: matron of
honor, Mrs. Gail Tamaribuchi; *
bridesmaids, Natchi Matsunami
and Mrs. Amy Matsuura; flower
girl, Joyce, daughter of the Hideo
Nakatas; candle lighters, Arlene
and Charlene Fukuhara; best man,
Ronald Fukuhara; groomsmen, Mi-
kyo Matsuura and Willie Hirokawa;
ushers, Howard Tagawa and Rich-
ard Nakaoka. Reception will be
at the Lotus Room.
For 14 net dollars, students at-,
tending the 18th annual ICS con-
ference April 19-21 at swank As-
pen Lodge are promised an enjoy-
able, profitable week-end.
Fee is $15, less $1 remitted by
die conference. For this, delegates
are entitled to six meals and a
program beginning at 6 p.m. Fri-
day and closing with lunch Sunday-
and matchless scenery.
Speaker will be Min Yasui,
Mountain Plains JACL district
chairman. Other guests at confer-
ence will include Cave Furukawa,
Sam Matsumoto, Tom Masamori
and Bill Kuroki.
ICS conference officials include:
Pres. Henry Tobo of CSU, co-
ordinator; sec., Joan Sakyo of New
York at CSC in Greeley; adver-
tising solicitor for conference
booklet, Ron Yamamoto of Regis
College; banquet and dance, Natchi
Matsunami of CSC; seminar, Joyce
Okamoto of CSU; publicity, Carol
Uyemura of CSC; special events,
Shirley Yamasaki and Ken Tagawa
of CU; award, Jacqueline Suyama;
election, Harry Harada of CU; mix-
er, Shirley Yamasaki of CSC; m.
c. for fashion show, Carolyn Oki-
zaki of CWC; and hostesses, ICS
Queen Carolyn and her court, Betsy
Yamaka of CU, Jean Nakamura of
CSC and Ruth Fujiwara of CSU.
Reservations
Students reservation deadline
for attendance at ICS conference
at Aspen Lodge in Estes Park will
be Fri., April 12, it was announc-
ed.
Reservation committee chair-
men are: Ken Tagawa at CU in
Boulder, 1044 Lincoln pL, HI 2-
3705; Ron Yamamoto in Denver
area, 2541 Curtis st., KE 4-6766;
Natchi Matsunami at CSC in Gree-
ley, the Alpha Phi house, EL 2-
9686, or EL 2-9632; and Henry
Tobo at CSU in Ft. Collins, 315
Magnolia st., HU 2-6419.
Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary
Sons and daughters of the Ka-
zuma Hoshikos of Greeley wished
their parents a happy golden wed-
ding anniversary at dinner party
Sunday at Fuji-En restaurant.
The elder Hoshikos, children
are: Bright of Seattle, Wash.;
Henry of Denver, Show of Golden,
Paul of Greeley, and Mmes. June
Iwata and Tsuru Bluewater.
Pioneer isseis of Greeley, th
Hoshikos were married inSeattl
in 1913 when the bride was 1
and the groom was 26. He ha<
arrived in the U.S. from Japan ii
January, 1906, and by February
of that year, he had come t<
Colorado.
THE NEWLYWEDS ARE SEIKO AND YOSH HORA. Wedding cere-
mony was performed recently at Simpson Methodist Church. Standing
in front of the altar are: the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jingoro
Kuroki, and bride and groom, and the grooms father, Mr. Kichitaro
Hora. Photo hy Kiyo Yokooji.
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6ovmor Takes Interest In Quintet
California's Gov* Edmund Brown
is said to have shown interest in
the welfare of five Waseda Uni-
versity men as they embarked last
week on their 4,000-mile trans-
continental hike to New York.
The governor not only instructed
his state highway patrolmen to
given them needed assistance, but
also urged governors of states on
the boys* hiking route to give them
necessary aid# Denver and Colo-
rado is on their route. Noboru
Tajima is leader of the hikers.
IN HOSPITALS
Boulder Mrs. Shinsaburo To-
gashi of 1031 13th st. was a
patient last week at Boulder Com-
munity Hospital.
Alamosa Joe Sugiura of Ft.
Garland was a patient last week at
Alamosa Community Hospital.

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CREELEYTTE IN
CHAMPIONSHIP MEET
Boulder Shiz Ogata of Greeley
posted top all-events score of 1629
last week in the Colo. Women's
Bowling Assn, championship. She
played in Class "A" division.
PRESENT AWARDS TO
CUB PACKERS
Ft. Lupton Members of Cub
Scout Pack 47 attended the Blue
and Gold banquet last week.
Among recipients of wolf badges
from Cubmaster Robert Thaden
were Dick Chikuma, son of the
Harry Chikumas, and Rodney Yo-
kooji, son of the Seizo Yokoojis.
SERVICES HELD FOR
FORT LUPTON GIRL
Ft. Lupton Services were held
las t week for the late Dianne Urano,
.aged 4, at Buddhist Church. In-
terment was in the Mizpah ceme-
tery at Platteville.
Dianne was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Urano. Her grand-
parents are Mrs. T. Urano and I.
Morimitsu of Brighton. The girl
died following a plastic surgery at
Children's Hospital in Denver.
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Nisej Basketball League closed
its season last weekendwithTokyo
Grill breezing through the series
with winning all ten games and
league title. Ron Yamamoto of the
Busseis lead scorers with total of
108 points#
Ron's teammate Floyd Ito is new
president of the league. Other of-
ficers are; v.p#, YoshNago; treas.,
Steve Ishimoto.
The League's all-star team is
composed of Dave Tagawa of the
Playboys, Walt Sagara, Ken Nam-
ba and Ken Tagawa of Tokyo Grill
and Floyd Ito of the Busseis. Ron
Yamamoto was named the Most
Valuable Player.
EASTERN JUDOISTS
VISITORS HERE
Kenzo Uyeno, godan, president
of Judo Black Belt Fed., and Ya-
sucr'Fukuda yodan, were visitors
here last week. They were on their
way back to Wash., D.C., from the
recent judo tourney in Fresno,
Calif. Uyeno is to lead a group
of four contestants to Sao Paolo,
Brazil, to participate in the Pan-
American games later in April.
JUNIOR ESCORT
Karen, daughter of the Jack
Miuras of 3424 York st., was
named a junior escort for June
commencement exercises at East
High.
SERVICES CONDUCTED
IN NORTH PLATTE
North Platte Funeral services
were held last week for the late,
Vincent Mullaney, 42, who had
died in the Omaha Veterans Hos-
pital. He is survived by his wife,
the former Susie Yanagida, and one
L son, Ronald.
POLIO CLINICS
TO BE SCHEDULED
Ft# Lupton Pres. Tom Urano
of the Lions Club announced sche-
dule of annual polio clinics Mar#
28, Apr. 18 and 29 at the muni-
cipal building. Committee mem-
bers of the clinic includes Shigeo
Hayashi.
NISH NISHIKAWA
AT ABC CONVENTION
Attendance at ABC Convention
called Nish Nishikawa recently
to Buffalo, N.Y. He represented
Denver City Bowling Assn.
Before returning home, he and
Mrs. Nishikawa visited Niagara
Falls and New York City. He is
secretary of Denver Nisei League
and Scratch League.
Sister City
Colo. Springs This city of-
ficially became the sister city of
Fujiyoshida, Japan, when Mayor
William Henderson received a sc-
roll from Mayor Noboru Horiuchi
of the Japanese city.
The scroll was brought here
by Mrs, Elizabeth H. Rose ofDen-
ver, chairman of Denver-Taka-
yama Sister City Committee. Pre-
sentation ceremony followed
luncheon at Broadmoor hotel.
MICHI KAGIYAMA
NEW YBA PRESIDENT
Brighton Willie Tani, retiring
president, turned over his gavel
to the new president, Michi Kagir i
yama, at recent interchapter de-
votional services here.
Miss Kagiyama's cabinet of-
ficers include: vice-pres., Judy
Sasaki; treas., Willie Tani; sec.,
Jane Nakata; corresp. sec., Joan
Mizanaga; soc. ch., Ron Noriyuki
and assist, soc. ch., Iris Nakata.
TO UNDERSTAND OTHERS,"
TOASTMISTRESS THEME
Miss Haruyo Yamada, DU gradu-
ate student, was a guest at recent
meeting of the Blue Spruce Toast-
mistress Club, which is building
is programs around the theme,
To Understand Others. Miss
Yamada participated in a program
devoted to Japanese customs.
Appreciation
Pres. Albert Nakata of Tri-
State YBL expressed appreciation
to everyone who assisted, and who
donated foods and supplies for
luncheon, at the recent altar res-
toration services at the Buddhist
Church.

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Marjorie 6yoanra424
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RECEIVE PRESS AWARD
James Suekama of West High
won first place for makeup and
headlines award at DU-public
school Press Day program. Judges
for the high school publications in-
cluded Bill Hosokawa, associate
editor; and Larry Tajiri, drama
editor, of the Denver Post.
SUPERIOR RATING
Glen Madokoro of Morey Junior
High was among the students who
received superior ratings at recent
speech festival at Hodgkins Junior
High in Westminster. Glen is the
son of the Shuichi Madokoros.
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Pay Tribute
Washington, D.C.
Deepest sympathy and con-
dolences upon the death of your
beloved father, Dr. Miyamoto. He
was an outstanding issei pioneer
and citffeen of Colorado. Although
he will be missed by all of us,
his life will remain an inspira-
tion of what a dedicated leader may
accomplish. Kindest personal re-
gards.
Etsu and Mike Masaoka.
Omaha, Nebraska. .
The entire membership of the
Japanese American Citizens Lea-
gue jgrfns me in extending our sin-
cere sympathy and condolence in
the passing of Denver's distingu-
ished pioneer. Dr. K. K. Miya-
moto. His dedication and devotion
to the cause of better human re-
lations will be remembered. His
death will truly be a loss to the
community as well as to our or-
ganization.
K, Patrick Okura,
President, National JACL.
San Francisco, California.
To late Dr. KonaiMiyamotofamilyj
Today, oir the occasion of the!
funeral I express to his family
my heart-felt condolence. The late
Miyamoto, since his arrival in the
U.S. 60-odd years ago, devoted his i;
life to improving the welfare of j
not only his own Japanese com-:
munity, but the welfare of Japanese!
everywhere in the U.S. Miyamoto.;
continually exerted his effort to-*!
ward building understanding and
goodwill between this nation and
Japan.
He was respected as a leader
of the Japanese in the Rocky Moun-
tain area. We will surely feel the
loss of this person.
* Herewith, I pray for his soul, and
trust that he sleeps peacefully
after his long labor.
Toshio Yamanaka,
Consul General of Japan.
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Bill laknut 688
Tosh Furulyo 687
Gfi Tagawa 681
Bill The 693
WOMXH'S DI7IBI0H
8uai Fukwaa 640
Flo Miyah&rc. 653
80RAT0H SKRIX8
Ben Yanaga 666
Gharloy Yaareguohi650
Eon Matauda 635
Mas Kanda 604
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Tony Kajlwara 757
Toe Hikida 718
Dr. T. Mayeda 668
John Sakayaaa 653
NAME ROBERT TAKEDA
TO CHI EPSILON
Rocky Ford Robert Takeda, a
junior civil engineering student at
CSU in Ft. Collins, was among
those who were initiated into the
Chi Epsilon honorary fraternity
for majors in this field. He was
also elected secretary of the fra-
ternity.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
K. Takeda.
SPEECH TOURNAMENT
Boulder Lorraine Sano re-
cently participated in the state
speech tournament at CU. She is
a student at Boulder High School.
PROSPECTIVE DU FROSH
RECEIVES GRANT
The Thomas Teradas* daughter
Lillian, of 2460 W. 2nd ave., was
among the one of eight local high
school seniors who received cash
awards from Denver Elks Lodge
last week.
Lillian is Head Girl at West
High and member of scholastic
honor society. She plans to enroll
at DU where she will major in
special education.
PURCHASE MOTEL
IN LAKEWOOD
Lakewood Jesse Matsumoto
purchased recently the Golden
Hour motel, which as 26 units, at
11080 W. Colfax Ave., it was re-
ported.
Earlier, Matsumoto sold his
property in Henderson to Ernest
Woodall, who then disposed of this
property-to the Sinclair Refining
company, it was reported. Jesse
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
M. Matsumoto.
ROB, INJURE ISSEI
Henderson Fred Katagiri, 72,
sustained head injuries last week
when a man entered his store and
struck him with a soda pop bot-
tle. The assailant also escaped
with some money taken from a
cash register. Katagiri was treat-
ed for his injuries at Brighton
Hospital.
TWO BOYS, NEWCOMERS
Recent births of boys reported:
at the Jun Hamais of 8151 Stuart
st. in Westminster; andtheGeorge
Nakamuras of 2910 Elizabeth st.
At Boulder Community Hospi-
tal: a baby girl for Segenet and
Chizuko Duncanson.
ARRANGE GRANGE, NURSING
HOME PROGRAMS
Brighton Colleen Ito was a
member of the committee of Star
Dusters 4-H Club which planned the
programs given recently at the
Henderson Grange and the Brigh-
ton Nursing Home.
Family, Civic Work
Keeps Her Busy
Two children in Colorado, and
a husband and a home to look
after in Tokyo, keeps Mrs. Na-
gako Oshima busy, but the visitor
still has time to promote in Ja-
pan the UNICEF, international
children's relief organization, and
the Assn, of Univ. Women.
For the latter organization, she
attended a convention in Mexico
City, and for the UNICEF, she vis-
ited UN in New York. Her daugh-
ter is Mrs. Isamu Amemiya of
Colo. Springs, and her son is Dr.
Nagayoshi Oshima, plant patholo-
gist at CSU in Ft. Collins.


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#500. Tri-State Buddhist Church; #100: *. K&wano of
Powell, Wyo.: Denver Seichono-ie, Denver Dalshlko, Dr*
and lira* Oenta Nakaaura. .
#50, Trank A Tusae Uyenishi, Lander Ito, Dr. T.Ito,
H.K. Katow, Joe Ariki, Johnny Downs.
#30, Iyesu-no Tonono Kai of San Benito,Texas.
#25, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saito of Hardin, Mont.;
Kunis&buro Akahoshi of Ault, Hr.A Mrs. Joe 8. Shirai,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Tokuyasu of Greeley; Bill Kitamura,
0. Shinoda of Derby.
#30, Hewton Taylor, S. Nakaaura of Englewood, T.
Kolahi and D. Hlralwa.
#15, Velby Eyudo Kai, Dr. 8. Furugoohl of El Paso,
Texas; Stores Equipment Oorp., the Rev. Jonathan Fajita
Esther Hashika, Eijlro Kawamura.
#12,50, George Shiyomura.
#10, George M. Teshima of Gallup, N.Mex.; J. Tani A
Tom T. Shuto of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Rev. H. Kano of Ft. Col
line, Sam I. Sameshiaa and E.M. Mikawa of Greeley, Mrs.
S.Hishlnuma of Brighton, Edvard Suzuki of Soottabluff,
Nebr.; Frank A Charles Mateubara of Albuquerque, N.Mex.
Kaoru Fujiwara, Mrs.Tsuru Hattori, Maee. Aiko Iwata,
Mike Miyamoto, Mlye Mayeda, S.Ota, Tasu Shiyomura, Klnu
Tsutsui, Toka Yamamoto, Messrs.A limes. Jeer
Thomas R. Tanaka, 8. Fushlml of Drayton, Helen Tak Fu-
jlshlma, K.Hirakl of La Junta, K. Hi dak a of Hawaii,Ka-
taro Kawamura of Idaho, M. Kawano, Howard Oda, S.D.Oka-
moto of Colo.Springs, M.Riuo, X. Shinoda of Englewood,
Frank Tagawa, H.G.Oriental Trading Co. of Omaha,Nebr.;
Frank Tamaguchi of Ft.Lupton.
#5, H.T.Uyeda, T.Hatasaka, Mmes. 8.Shiraiski, 8.
Nakamura of Livingston,Mont.'; K.Saimo, Messrs.A Mmes.
S.Aoyagi, K.Sugano of Rook Springs,Wyo., and W.Tanaka,
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1,100 pieces, of which 130 are National Treasures and 210 pieces designated as
Important Cultural Properties. Some of the rare art pieces will be brought
back from the United States where they are onTpermanent display in American
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