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The Fukuoka Prize was established to honor outstanding achievements by individuals or groups/organizations in preserving and creating the unique and diverse cultures of Asia. The aim is to foster and increase awareness of the value of Asian cultures as well as to establish a framework within which Asians can learn from, and share with, each other.
Value: It consists of a Grand Prize (5,000,000 yen), an Academic Prize (3,000,000 yen), and an Arts and Culture Prize (3,000,000 yen).
Eligibility: While applications for nominations are collected mainly in Japan and other parts of Asia, the nationality of candidates is not limited to the Asian region.
Note: Institutional nomination. Please contact Institutional Strategic Awards at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Agency website: http://fukuoka-prize.org/en/about/
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