INTERNATIONAL JAPANESE STUDIES:Annual Report No.XIV

INTERNATIONAL JAPANESE STUDIES : Annual Report No.XIV

<Research Article>
・WANG Min
A Will from Miyazawa Kenji—Journey to the West, the Monkey King, and Dayu  pp.3-26

・KOMEIE Shinobu
The Representation of Ezochi on European and Russian Maps of Japan from the 17th Century to the Early 19th Century  pp. 27-58

・KOBAYASHI Fumiko
A Supplementary Note to ‘Sasae ni sareta Ryûkyû (Ryûkyû, being made a prop for Japan)’  pp. 59-63

・SUZUMURA Yusuke
Starting of the Oriental Economist and Ishibashi Tanzan’s Role  pp. 65-75

・URABE Tetsuro
Who Proposed the First Exhibition of Medicines in Edo?    pp.380-410 (1-31)

<Feature Articles: “Japanese Ecology and Its Conflicting”>(Alsace Symposium 2015)
・KURODA Akinobu
« Une infinité de centres dont la circonférence est nulle part — pour une relecture intérieure de la Nature »   pp. 79-103

・IMONO Mika
POURQUOI NE DIT-ON PAS LE PRONOM PERSONNEL A LA DEUXIEME PERSONNE EN JAPONAIS ? ……   pp. 105-125

・ABIKO Shin
« Le dépassement de la modernité » et la nature  pp. 127-150

・MURAMATSU Masataka
The ‘Power of Things Changing and Continuous’ and the ‘‘Center’-‘Edge’’ Issue pp. 151-165

・MURAMATSU Kenjiro
istory and actuality of the Back-to-the-land movements in Japan: towards a genealogical analysis pp. 167-192

・SUZUMURA Yusuke
shibashi Tanzan’s Arguments on the Agricultural Policy in the 1920s pp. 193-201

・KAWADA Junzo
“Problèmes posés par l’avenir de la riziculture au Japon: Face à la violence des marchés internationaux et aux
conditions négatives locales”   pp. 203-213

<The “1st Professor Josef Kreiner Hosei University Award for International Japanese Studies“>
・Josef KREINER
Commemorative Speech The Meaning of Okinawan Studies for International Japanese studies  pp. 217-227

・TINELLO Marco
Prize-Winning Article An Investigation of the Edo-Meiji Transition through the lens of the Ryukyuan Embassies to Japan pp. 343-378 (33-69)

<Research Article of Young Researchers>
・JEONG Kyung Jin
The World of the Literati as Seen in the Kenka gashū zu — A Space Co-Occupied by Japanese and Korean Literatiin the 18th Century — pp. 231-256

・FUJITA Tomoko
Kibyōshi about Potatoes: the Use of the Funny Image pp. 257-279

・NEMOTO Chisato
Use of the terms tada-byōshi and gaku-byōshi in texts on tōgaku from the Heian and Kamakura periods  pp. 313-340 (71-98)

Activity Report for 2015-2016   pp. 281-291
Miscellaneous Report  pp. 293-310
Guide for Authors          pp. 311-312