Dai-Ei Kagaku Hakubutsukan ten
On the occasion of Festival UK '98 the Science Museum loaned some 60 objects, including a core of exhibits of 'national' treasure status, from its vast collections. The exhibits ranged from practical, everyday implements to cutting-edge technologies. This was the first time that most of these objects had ever been exhibited outside Great Britain. In 1998 a large number of exhibits were scheduled to be temporarily moved from the Museum due to the construction of a new gallery, facilitating their availability for loan to Japan for this exhibition. The majority of the exhibits where related to technologies absolutely indispensable to everyday life of modern society, such as iron and steel, railways, communications and electricity.
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