INTERNATIONAL JAPANESE STUDIES : Annual Report No.XVI

INTERNATIONAL JAPANESE STUDIES : Annual Report No.XVI

<Research Article>

WANG Min
 Miyazawa Kenji and a Tale of “Kanji” pp. 3-12

YIN Hu, KANNO Masayo
A Research on the Noda Cabinet’s Diplomatic Strategy : Focusing on the North Korea Policy  pp. 13-33

PARK Jong-Jin (Transratede by JAN Sung-Hee)
A study of Bang Jeong-Hwan’s translated work —Focuced on Deaf duck and Fireworks—  pp. 35-59

<Material Research>
Dov BING
Revisiting the Past : How the Bing Archives Came to Light in Montevideo pp.  63-80

<Image for the Nothern Region in Early Modern Japan>
YOKOYAMA Yasuko
 Introduction  pp. 83

KOMEIE Shinobu
Representations of the Northern Regions in Maps Published in the Edo Period—
from Michinoku to Ezochi   pp.  85-99

KOBAYASHI Fumiko
Composing Poems of Snow beyond the Norms : Seasonal Expressions by kyôka poets from the North pp.  101-115

MASHIMA Nozomu
 Illustrated Guide to Famous Sites Tōgoku Meishōshi and Geographical Description
in the Genroku Period  pp. 220-254 (1-35)

ITO Ryohei
To live in the “North” as home : about Saichi Abe’s “Iritatsuki Mukashigatarisyu”  pp.  192-218 (37-192)

YOKOYAMA Yasuko
The “North” of the 19th Century Ghost Story Culture : In the Case of Kyōden, Makuzu and Rosen   pp. 117-135

<Research Article of Young Researcher>
・LI Shaonan
Portrayals of women in Hiraiwa Yumie’s collection of short stories The Girl in Edo  pp. 139-161

Activity Report for 2017-2018  pp. 163-167

Miscellaneous Report  pp.  169-187

Guide for Authors  pp. 188-190

Announcement: Publishing articles of International Japanese Studies on the Hosei University Repository pp. 191