近世日本の日常生活:同時代の記録から読む<br>Voices of Early Modern Japan : Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life during the Age of the Shoguns (1ST)

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近世日本の日常生活:同時代の記録から読む
Voices of Early Modern Japan : Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life during the Age of the Shoguns (1ST)

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Winner of the 2013 Franklin R. Buchanan Prize for Curricular Materials awarded by the Association for Asian Studies and the Committee for Teaching About Asia (CTA) Voices of Early Modern Japan offers an accessible and well-balanced view of an extraordinary period in Japanese history, ranging from the unification of the warring states under Tokugawa Ieyasu in the early seventeenth century through the overthrow of the shogunate just prior to the opening of Japan by the West in the mid-nineteenth century. Through a close examination of primary sources from "The Great Peace," this fascinating volume offers fresh insights into the Tokugawa era?its political institutions, rigid class hierarchy, artistic and material culture, religious life, and more. Sources from all levels of Japanese society, from government documents and household records to personal correspondence and diaries, are carefully translated and examined in light of the latest scholarship. Constantine Nomikos Vaporis ably demonstrates how historians use primary documents and what can be uncovered from the words of ordinary people who lived centuries earlier. With robust reader resources and comprehensive coverage, Voices of Early Modern Japan is the perfect addition for students and interested readers seeking a fuller understanding of the Tokugawa period.For updates on web materials mentioned in the book, supplemental materials, and to contact the author, please visit voicesofearlymodernjapan.wordpress.com.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Acknowledgments xv
Introduction: The Shogun's Japan xvii
Evaluating and Interpreting Primary Documents xxxii
Timeline of Japanese History from the xlv
Mid-Sixteenth Century through the Tokugawa
Period, 1543-1868
I The Domestic Sphere
1 Getting Married: "Agreement Regarding a 2 (4)
Dowry" (1815)
2 Obtaining a Divorce: An Appeal for 6 (7)
Assistance (1850) and Letters of Divorce
(1857, Undated)
3 The Consequences of Adultery: "The 13 (4)
Eavesdropper Whose Ears Were Burned" (1686)
4 A Woman's Place: Onna Daigaku (The
Greater Learning for Women
II Material Life
5 Fashion and Sumptuary Legislation: Ihara 28 (6)
Saikaku's The Japanese Family Storehouse
(Nippon eitai gura, 1688); List of Clothing
Prohibitions for Edo Townsmen (1719)
6 Samurai Dress and Grooming Standards: 34 (4)
Prohibitions of 1615
7 Lunisolar Calendar: Calendar for Seventh 38 (5)
Year of Kaei (1854): Samurai in Armor
8 Japanese Foodways and Diet: The Accounts 43 (8)
of Joao Rodrigues (1620-21), Yamakawa Kikue
(1943), and Terakada Seiken (1832-36)
9 The Communal Bath: Shikitei Sanba's "The 51 (6)
Women's Bath" (Ukiyoburo, 1810)
10 The Japanese Home: Carl Peter Thunberg's 57 (5)
Travels in Europe, Asia and Africa Made
During the Years 1770 & 1779
III The Political Sphere
11 A Foreigner's View of the Battle of 62 (6)
Osaka: Richard Cocks's Account of the Fall
of Osaka Castle (1615)
12 Forging Political Order: "Laws for the 68 (6)
Military Houses" (1615, 1635)
13 The Emperor and the Kyoto Aristocracy: 74 (5)
"Regulations for the Imperial Palace and
the Court Nobility" (1615)
14 Weapons Control in Japanese Society: 79 (6)
Toyotomi Hideyoshi's "Sword Hunt" (1588)
and "A Local Ordinance Regarding Swords"
(1648)
15 Self-Governance in Villages: Goningumi 85 (4)
(Five-Household Group) Laws (1640)
16 Regulating Townspeople in Two Cities: 89 (9)
City Code from Kanazawa (1642) and Notice
Board in Edo (1711)
IV Foreign Relations
17 Regulating Foreign Relations: The 98 (7)
"Closed Country Edicts" (sakoku rei, 1635,
1639)
18 Tokugawa Japan and Choson Korea: Record 105 (4)
of a Journey Across the Sea (1719)
19 Leaving a Window Open to the Western 109 (6)
World: Letter from a Nagasaki Official to
the Dutch Governor-General (1642)
20 A Dutch Audience with the Shogun: 115 (4)
Englebert Kaempfer's The History of Japan
(1692)
21 Sizing Up the Foreign Threat: Aizawa 119 (5)
Seishisai's Shinron (New Theses, 1825)
V Social And Economic Life
22 The Social Estates: Yamaga Soko on "The 124 (4)
Way of the Samurai" (shido)
23 Trying to Get by on a Fixed Income: The 128 (6)
Economic Problems Facing the Samurai, as
Seen in a Letter from Tani Tannai to
Saitaniya Hachirobei Naomasu (1751) and a
Statement from Three Village Leaders to a
Tokugawa Bannerman (1856)
24 The Samurai and Death: An Account of 134 (4)
Junshi from Francois Caron's A True
Description of the Mighty Kingdoms of Japan
and Siam (1636)
25 Private Vengeance Among the Samurai: A 138 (5)
Letter from a Daimyo's Official in Echigo
Province to an Official of the Tokugawa
Shogunate and A Letter of Authorization
(1828)
26 Rules of Merchant Houses: "The Testament 143 (5)
of Shima Soshitsu" (1610) and "The Code of
the Okaya House" (1836)
27 Dealing with Deviant Behavior: "A Letter 148 (3)
of Apology" (1866)
28 Loans Among the Peasantry: "A Loan of 151 (3)
Rice" (1702)
29 Unrest in the Countryside: A Song in 154 (4)
Memory of a Protest (1786) and Petition to
the Lord of Sendai from the Peasants of the
Sanhei (1853)
30 Outcastes in Tokugawa Society: A Report 158 (6)
from the Head of All Eta and Hinin
(Undated) and an Inquiry by the Edo City
Magistrates to the Tokugawa Council of
State Regarding the Forfeiture of the
Property of an Eta Who Assumed the Status
of a Commoner (1799)
VI Recreational Life
31 Advice to Travelers in the Edo Period: 164 (6)
Ryoko Yojinshu (Precautions for Travelers),
1810
32 Documentation for Travel: "Sekisho 170 (5)
Transit Permit" (1706) and "A Passport"
(1782)
33 Children and Their Amusements: The Japan 175 (4)
Journal of Francis Hall (1859)
34 The Tea Ceremony: Chikamatsu Shigenori's 179 (5)
Stories from a Tearoom Window (1804)
35 Archery and the Martial Arts: Hinatsu 184 (4)
Shirozaemon Shigetaka's Honcho Bugei Shoden
(A Short Tale of the Martial Arts in Our
Country), 1714]
36 Courtesans and the Sex Trade: Ihara 188 (7)
Saikaku's The Life of an Amorous Man
(Koshoku ichidai otoko, 1682) and Buyo
Ishi's An Account of Worldly Affairs (Seji
kenmonroku, 1816)
37 A Hero for the Masses: The Kabuki Play 195 (7)
Sukeroku: Flower of Edo (1713)
VII Religion And Morality
38 Preaching to the People: A Sermon by 202 (6)
Hosoi Heishu (1783)
39 Anti-Christian Propaganda: Kirishitan 208 (5)
monogatari (Tale of the Christians, 1639)
40 Controlling the Populace: Registers of 213 (4)
Religious Affiliation (1804)
41 Religious Views of the Japanese: Sir 217 (5)
Rutherford Alcock's The Capital of the
Tycoon (1863)
42 The Teachings of Zen Buddhism: Suzuki 222 (7)
Shosan's Roankyo (Donkey-Saddle Bridge,
1648) and Hakuin Ekaku's Sokko-roku
Kaien-fusetsu (Talks Given Introductory to
Zen Lectures on the Records of Sokko, 1740)
Appendix 1 Biographical Sketches of Important 229 (10)
Individuals Mentioned in Text
Appendix 2 Glossary of Terms Mentioned in Text 239 (6)
Bibliography 245 (26)
Index 271