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The following links give information about programs put on by American schools to learn about Japanese culture and history.

The links below describe Friendship Doll educational activities in Japanese schools:

  • Hirobuchi Elementary School - Third graders hear story of Blue-eyed Doll at Hirobuchi Kindergarten.

  • Aioi Elementary School - Children learn about international cultural exchange and peace through the Friendship Dolls. The students enjoy sending e-mail messages and exchanging letters, pictures, and calligraphy with children at elementary school in North Carolina.

  • Mikkabi Nishi Elementary School - Students do research about the historical background of the Blue-eyed Dolls and about World War II by using the Internet and other methods.

  • Hongo Nishi Elementary School - "Blue-eyed Doll Panel Exhibition" put together by students.

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