National Center for the Promotion of Cultural Properties (CPCP) was established in July 2018 under the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage. Its mission is to share the wonder of Japan’s cultural treasures with the widest possible audience.
The National Center for the Promotion of Cultural Properties (CPCP) works with regional museums, local governments, academic institutions, and the private sector as well as the organizations under the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage (NICH) to protect and preserve cultural works throughout our society.
But we cannot preserve cultural heritage without the support of people like you. Our call for donations is a search for like-minded partners who want to help make our vision a reality.
Through our initiatives, we hope to increase the number of people who share our vision and ensure cultural heritage will be preserved for thousands of years to come.
I invite you to make a donation today and join us in working toward this important goal.
Omi Yoshimasa, Director General
National Center for the Promotion of Cultural Properties