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Nijo Castle in Kyoto is hosting the Asia Corridor Contemporary Art Exhibition, which runs through Oct.15.

TOKYO -- One of Japan's ancient treasures is playing host to some of Asia's most modern art creations.

Nijo Castle, built in 1679 as the Kyoto residence of the Tokugawa shoguns, is hosting the Asia Corridor Contemporary Art Exhibition, which features 25 artists from Japan, China and South Korea.

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