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Volume 16, 2008

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  1. Table of Contents

    Early Modern Japan Network

  2. Basic Style Guidelines for Final Manuscripts

    Early Modern Japan Network

  3. Samurai and the World of Goods: the Diaries of the Toyama Family of Hachinohe

    Vaporis, Constantine N.
    Early Modern Japan Network

  4. From the Editor

    Early Modern Japan Network

  5. Front Matter

    Early Modern Japan Network

  6. Encountering the World: Kawai Tsugunosuke's 1859 Journey to Yokohama and Nagasaki

    Nenzi, Laura
    Describes Kawai Tsugunosuke's journey in 1859 via his travel diaries, the people he encountered, his intellectual growth and especially his eagerness to make contact with foreigners trading with Japan.

  7. Banquets Against Boredom: Towards Understanding (Samurai) Cuisine in Early Modern Japan

    Rath, Eric C.
    Examines the Samurai cuisine in the early modern period and its influence in the development of modern Japanese cuisine and customs

  8. Carol Richmond Tsang War and Faith: Ikkō Ikki in Late Muromachi Japan

    Gay, Suzanne
    Review of Tsang, Carol Richmond, War and Faith: Ikkō Ikki in Late Muromachi Japan, Harvard University Asia Center, Cambridge, MA, 2007

  9. The Dao of Nineteenth-Century Japanese Nativist Healing: A Chinese Herbal Supplement to Faith Healing

    Hansen, Wilburn
    This article seeks to suggest in detail how Chinese medical practices became acceptable to the nineteenth-century nativist Hirata Atsutane, whose extreme anti-Chinese bias made such acceptance highly problematic. A related goal is to introduce the little-known medical contributions of Atsutane, who has formerly been seen only as a nationalist pedagogue. This short examination of his writings on medicine attempts to illuminate nineteenth-century opinions concerning what we today would identify as faith healing and traditional Chinese herbal medical practices.

  10. Celebrating Kyō: The Eccentricity of Bashō and Nampo

    Qiu, Peipei
    This paper examines how kyō or eccentricity constituted an important part of the creativity of both Matsuo Bashō (1644–1694), the greatest haikai (comic linked verse) poet, and Ōta Nampo (1749–1823), the best kyōshikyōbun (Chinese-style eccentric poem and prose) writer. It demonstrates that while both of them excelled at what Haruo Shirane has called “the literature of reversal”, Bashō’s kyō often works effectively in turning the earthy and the aberrant to the lofty and the spiritual, and Nampo’s tends to bring the refined and the classical down to the vulgar, funny, even crude meaning in claiming a distinctive poetic world of...

  11. Sound and Sense: Chōka Theory and Nativist Philology in Early Modern Japan and Beyond

    Thomas, Roger
    Early Modern Japan Network

  12. The Early Modern Warrior: Three Explorations of Samurai Life

    Pitelka, Morgan
    Three essays explore the lesser-known aspects of a Samurai warrior's experience: food, shopping, and travel. Begins with a biographical sketch of the most famous warrior in Japanese history, Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543-1616)

  13. Early Modern Japan Vol. XVI (Complete issue)

    Entire Journal

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