By Kylie MacLellan LONDON, Nov 28 (Reuters Life!) - Traditional Japanese culture meets futuristic technology in a new exhibition at London's Science Museum, opening on Saturday, which provides a glimpse into the transport of tomorrow. A collection of compact and environmentally friendly cars are exhibited alongside bonsai trees at "Japan Car", presenting the country's ancient traditions against its modern technological advances. Some of the 14 unusual cars on display are already in ...
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