The Emperor in the Japanese Culture–What is the Emperor?

The Emperor in the Japanese Culture–What is the Emperor?

Research Monograph Series No. 12 (edited by Center for International Japan-Studies, Hosei University, published in 31st March 2010)

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François MACÉ

L’émergence de la figure du souverain à la fin du VIIe siècle. La complexité de la souverainet de Tenmu, pp. 1-29. 

WANG Min

Comparison of the symbol betweenpp. 31-46.

TANAKA Yuko

The honest Emperor–what was the Emperor for the Edo Period, pp. 47-73.

Jofef KREINER

Some thoughts on the ideology and the concept of rulership of the Ryukyuan Kingdom: Another “Descendant of the Sun”, pp. 75-84.

SAGARA Masatoshi

Portraits of the Emperor during bakumatsu and the Meiji Era, pp. 85-99.

Josef KYBURZ

“May I touch you?” The corporality of the emperor’s person, pp. 101-129.

Sepp LINHART

Thye Japanese Emperors as Seen on Japanese and Western Postcards, 1900-1945, pp. 131-146.

ABIKO Shin

‘Philosophy’ and the imperial institution according to Nishi Amane, pp. 147-166.

HOSHINO Tsutomu

On Watsuji’s advocacy of the system of the Emperor as a symbol, pp. 167-191.

KOCHI Shosuke

The Emperor in Medival Times, pp. (1)-(34).