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By Kayano Shigeru, Peter Howlett, Richard McNamara, Iijima Shunichi

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The Ainu: a narrative Of Japans unique humans through Kayano Shigeru is an soaking up account of Japans indigineous humans, whose legends and presence stretch again sooner than the arrival of the ethnic jap inhabitants earlier than recorded background from what's referred to now because the chinese language mainland and the Korean penninsula. featuring either the original points of Ainu tradition and the fashionable realities of ways Ainu reside this present day in a simple and pleasant tone with tender but sensible colour illustrations, The Ainu: a narrative Of Japans unique humans is especially hugely instructed.

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6, Kagoshima, 1973, pp. 183–215. Johann Hübner, Kurze Fragen aus der alten und neuen Geographie, Leipzig, 1693, translated into Japanese from a Dutch version: Johann Hübner, Algemeen geographie, Amsterdam, 1722. Jakob Broedelet, Oude en nieuwe staat van’t Russische of Moskovische Keiserrykh . , Utredht, 1744. Kudo Heisuke, Akaezo fusetsu ko (Report on the Land of the Red Barbarians), in Hoppo mikokai komonjo shusei (Collection of Unpublished Materials about the North), vol. 3, (Tokyo: Sobunsha, 1978).

3, (Tokyo: Sobunsha, 1978). Hayashi Shihei, Kaikoku heidan (Discussion of the Military Problems of a Maritime Nation), Nihon kaibo shiryo sosho (Collection of Materials Concerning Maritime Defence of Japan), vol. 1, (Tokyo: Toyodo, 1943). Kudo Heisuke, Akaezo fusetsu ko, p. 31. The terms ezo and emisi, both meaning ‘barbarians’, also referred to Ainu. ), (Tokyo: Heibonsha, 1965), p. 166. Otsuki Gentaku, Kankai ibun, honbun to kenkyu (Strange Stories about the World. ), introduction by Sugimoto Tsutomu, (Tokyo: Yasaka Shobo, 1986), p.

The belongings of one castaway, Koichi, who tragically died in Nemuro, were put on public exhibition (Pl. 3). To some extent, views on Russia held by ordinary people can be grasped from the commentaries that Kodayu’s relatives attached to the exhibits. 25 In comparison with Japanese practices of seppuku and decapitation, punishment Changing Japanese-Russian Images in the Edo Period 19 in Russia seemed more rational and less cruel. However, Kodayu did not mention the fact that whipping often resulted in death, nor that such a method of punishment did not apply to the nobility.

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