The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) is a research center for ethnology and cultural anthropology.
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Agreement of Academic Cooperation and Collaboration Between the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan and the Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

The National Museum of Ethnology and the Museum of Northern Arizona, concluded an agreement to strengthen and develop academic exchange and research, based upon the principles of mutual understanding and common interest.

On July 4, 2014, Director-General, Dr. SUDO Ken’ichi, National Museum of Ethnology, and President Dr. Robert G. BREUNIG, Museum of Northern Arizona, signed the agreement at a ceremony held at the Museum of Northern Arizona.

Both institutions will collaborate on the development of projects to study and promote programs with museums and source communities to foster better communication, information sharing, partnerships and improvement of the quality ethnographic records.

Director-General Dr. Sudo (left) with President Dr. Breunig

Director-General Dr. Sudo (left) with President Dr. Breunig

Director-General Dr. Sudo and President Dr. Breunig, surrounded by researchers of the Museum of Northern Arizona, and Assistant Professor Atsunori Ito, National Museum of Ethnology (left in front).

Director-General Dr. Sudo and President Dr. Breunig, surrounded by researchers of the Museum of Northern Arizona, and Assistant Professor Atsunori Ito, National Museum of Ethnology (left in front).