Collected Writings of Modern Western Scholars on Japan: Carmen Blacker, Hugh Cortazzi and Ben-Ami Shillony

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Psychology Press, Sep 1, 1999 - History - 1400 pages
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This set of volumes is part of a major new series, and features the collected writings of some of the most outstanding Western scholars who have been actively writing about Japan and connected subjects over the last half century.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
8
A Personal View of Postwar Economic Relations
9
British Ambassador to Japan
24
The Lure of Japanese Culture
39
BIOGRAPHICAL
45
Sir Harry Parkes 18281885
46
The Pestilently Active Minister
57
Some Impressions of British Visitors
250
Some Early British Connections with Satsuma
266
The Foreigner in Japan Then and Now
275
British Influence in Japan Since the End of
288
A Personal View
297
Kyoto at the Meiji Restoration and Onwards to
314
A Foreigners Perspective
321
The Gardens of Kyoto
330

DR WILLISS COMMENTS ON SIR HARRY PARKES
60
The Mingei Movement and Bernard Leach
74
Sir Rutherford Alcock 18091897
87
Royal Visits to Japan in the Meiji Period
102
Missionary and Friend of the Ainu
113
Sir Vere Redman 19011975
126
T W Blakiston 18321891
144
Ariyoshi Yoshiya KBE Hon 19011982
157
Yokohama Frontier Town
196
The First British Legation in Japan 18591874
210
The Nakasendo as Seen by Victorian Travellers
237
From Pottery to Vocabulary
337
A Comparison between Two Cultures
343
The Historic Roots of Japanese Corporate Culture
354
Japan as Seen from Abroad
362
Statement to the House of Councillors Budget Committee
371
Bunka Masatsu or Cultural Friction
377
Partnership
385
A Former British Ambassador Speaks Out
400
Nikon Gaiko ni Tsuite
407
Some Thoughts on Security Issues Facing Japan Towards
415
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