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Tablecloth


skylee

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I took this picture (a table cloth in a resturant) at Lecce a few days ago. What do you think it means?

PS - I also attach another picture taken in the modern art museum in Bologna. Judging by the shape of the first character I think it is supposed to be Japanese (in Chinese it should have been 常設展 or 展品). Anyone cares to comment if it is correct in Japanese? (At another display of this musuem the word コレクシュン was used, which I think is correct.)

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For the first one I think it's saying

"master of satire".

As far as 収集 goes, that Wikipedia link pretty much answers the question. I prefer it over コレクション, personally.

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