State Fair to feature Japan

Japan will get featured treatment at this year's Indiana State Fair.

Gov. Mitch Daniels said Tuesday that this August's fair will showcase Indiana's relationship with Japan. For the
first time, the fair will devote its Grand Hall exhibition space to a single country and its connection with Indiana.

The exhibit will feature displays on the Japanese family and culture and economic exchanges between the Asian nation and
Indiana.

Daniels says the Japan Exhibition is expected to be one of North America's largest Japan-themed events in 2010.

The Japan-America Society of Indiana and the Indiana Economic Development Corp. will help the state fair mount the exhibit.

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