Introduction of Overseas Exchange Museums

Overseas Exchange Museums

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Introduction of Overseas Exchange Museums

Kyushu National Museum
규슈국립박물관 이미지Shimatani Hiroyuki, Executive Director, Kyushu National Museum
Aiming for a museum that coexists with citizens

Opened on 16 October 2005, the Kyushu National Museum has been visited by more than 15 million people to date, attracting the enthusiastic support and interest of the general public.

The museum was established as Japan’s fourth National Museum, and is one of Japan’s National Institutes of Cultural Heritage (NICH) along with those of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Nara. It is located in Dazaifu, a historically significant seat once described as the “distant imperial court” due to its role in governing the Kyushu region. Based on such a historical background, the Kyushu National Museum hopes to become an institute that makes a significant contribution to the establishment of a new cultural environment in the region. To this end, we will strive to communicate with the public and pursue mutual growth with civil society.

We will strive to become a truly accessible, enjoyable, and visitor-friendly museum for all our citizens.

National Museum of Mongolia

The Chinggis Khaan National Museum was established in 2019 - 2022 on the Mongolian Plateau where the great khan was born. He was recognized as a man of the millennium, a founder of the modern world, and the one who declared world peace. This museum is one of the major developments of Mongolian culture, founded by the resolution of President U.Khurelsukh and funded by the Mongolian government.

Chinggis Khaan National Museum is equipped with modern standard technologies. It has 6 floors of exhibition halls, special event halls, conference halls, the Chinggis Khaan Hall of Fame, and a library. Over 100 professional employees are engaged in the museum. The Chinggis Khaan National Museum has three main sections, including the ancient states before Chinggis Khaan, the Mongol Empire period, as well as the great Khan’s descendants’ period. Over 90 percent of artifacts are original, and Chinggis Khaan National Museum exhibitions cover the entire history of Mongol states. In addition, the museum’s AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) technology can enhance the viewer’s experiences.

Thank you for visiting our website. Your support and feedback are essential to us, and we look forward to seeing you at the museum.

Welcome to the Chinggis Khaan National Museum, named by the man of the millennium.

Luoyang Museum
뤄양박물관 관장 이미지Luoyang Museum_Director Li Wen Chu
뤄양박물관 전경사진Panoramic photo of Luoyang Museum

Located in Luoyang City, Henan Provice, China, the Luoyang Museum was founded in 1958 as a first-grade national museum of China. Originally built in Guanlin, some seven kilometers south of Luoyang City, the museum was moved to Wangcheng Boulevard in Luoyang City in 1973, and was later relocated to the northwestern edge of Sui Tang Luoyang City in 2011. The current building of the museum (total area: 62,000㎡) is characterized by its distinctive exterior design, which resembles a fangding (ancient Chinese bronze vessel).

The Luoyang Museum holds about 100,000 artifacts including many bronze and pottery objects, stone sculptures, paintings and calligraphic works that are highly representative of Luoyang, which was the capital of the thirteen states from the Shang (BC 1600–1046) to the Eastern Zhou (BC 770-221) dynasty. The museum comprises six permanent exhibition halls – Heluo Civilization, Luoyang Treasures, Tang Sancai Pottery, Royal House Relics, Stone Sculptures and Arts, and Paintings and Calligraphies - and a special exhibition hall. It is a major cultural landmark of Luoyang City that attracts more than one million domestic and international visitors every year.

The Luoyang Museum signed a cultural exchange agreement with the Buyeo National Museum in 1999. Since then, the two museums have carried out many academic and personnel exchanges and jointly held a number of outstanding special exhibitions including Chinese Treasures from Luoyang (1998), A Prayer for the Heavenly God, the Great Gilt-bronze Incense Burner of Baekje (2013), Buddhist Cultural Exchanges of Baekje Jeongnimsa and Yongningsi of Northern Wei (2015), Twenty Years of Friendship, Cultural Heritage Science (2019), and Northern Wei, the Legacy of the Tuoba Tribe of the Xianbei (2021).

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