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Museums with Major Japanese Art Collections [+]

East Coast:

Boston, Massachusetts: Museum of Fine Arts
Brooklyn, New York: Brooklyn Museum of Art
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Art Museums
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Art Gallery
New York, New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Art Museum
Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Salem, Massachusetts: Peabody Essex Museum
Washington, District of Columbia: Freer gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Art Museum

Midwest:

Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Museum of Art
Chicago, Illinois: Art Institute of Chicago
Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland Museum of Art
Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Institute of Arts
Kansas City, Missouri: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Minneapolis, Minnesota: Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Oberlin, Ohio: Allen Memorial Art Museum
St. Louis, Missouri: Saint Louis Art Museum

Southwest:

Dallas, Texas: Trammel and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art
Denver, Colorado: Denver Art Museum

West Coast:

Hanford, California: Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art at the Clark Center
Honolulu, Hawaii: Honolulu Academy of Arts
Los Angeles, California: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Portland, Oregon: Portland Art Museum
San Francisco, California: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Seattle, Washington: Seattle Asian Art Museum

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Origami

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OrigaMIT: paper folding at MIT
http://origamit.scripts.mit.edu/

Robert J. Lang Origami
http://www.langorigami.com/

OrigamiTube
http://www.origamitube.com/

Origami Database
http://www.origamidatabase.com/

Teaching Resources

Genki Mori (Japanese Children’s Games) [+]
http://www.genki-morimori.jp/

Cultural Events/Performance

TEDxTokyo [+]
http://tedxtokyo.com/