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I recently see this sentence:

日本へ美術の勉強に行きます

Previous lesson, I learnt that to express "to learn something", we use the pattern:

N (The subject to learn) + を + 勉強する

But the first sentence uses の instead.

Is it a typo or is there anything wrong with my understanding here?

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    If you still feel uncomfortable after reading the questions I linked, please tell so. 勉強 itself is a noun, so it takes の, not を.
    – naruto
    Jun 1 '20 at 5:05
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    thanks, I have the answer after reading them!!!
    – Khanh Tran
    Jun 1 '20 at 10:09

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