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Donations & Collaborations with Corporations and Organizations

CPCP Fundraising

The National Center for the Promotion of Cultural Properties (CPCP) engages in fundraising activities with the primary aim of restoring cultural treasures in the collections of national museums to ensure they can be handed down to future generations.
Through these activities, the CPCP seeks to expand opportunities for people of all ages to deepen their knowledge of Japan’s cultural treasures; as well as to create a society in which everyone takes part in the preservation and enjoyment of cultural heritage.

Collaborations with Corporations and Organizations

The National Center for the Promotion of Cultural Properties (CPCP) has been provided with technological and financial assistance from a number of corporations and organizations.
The CPCP would like to express its sincere appreciation to all the corporations and organizations which have provided their assistance.

Joint-research Project with Canon Inc. on the Creation and Utilization of High ResolutionReproductions of Cultural Properties

Donations and Gifts to the institutions of the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage

The institutions of the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage welcome donations from individuals and organizations. Such donations are used to purchase, display, and preserve cultural properties and to fund related activities, such as research, education, and promotion.