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Japan ancillary exhibit

THE foundation stone was laid yesterday for Japan's first overseas industry pavilion that will complement the country's national pavilion at Shanghai World Expo 2010.

Fourteen Japanese firms have confirmed they will be involved in the 4,000-square-meter ancillary exhibition.

It will be housed in an old factory building that dates back to the 1950s, reflecting the theme that not only materials, but also spaces can be recycled. All materials in the museum will be recylable.

The museum will feature the world's largest high-definition screen at 18 meters high and 10 meters wide. It will show programs about the country's customs.

"It will be unforgettable," museum representative Sakaiya Taichi said.


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