Osaka, the Merchant's Capital of Early Modern Japan

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Index
Aburaya Mohei, 189, 191
actors, 138, 147. See also kabuki, prostitutes and prostitution, theater
Akō domain, 58, 61, 126
allied lords (fudai daimyō), 50, 159, 228, 245
alternate attendance and residence system (sankin kōtai), 45, 82
Amagasaki, 30, 40. See also Kawajiri
Amaterasu Ōmikami (Sun Goddess), 1, 6, 186
" Amateur Jōruri Critiques." See Kishin shirōto jōruri hyōbanki
Amida Buddha, 8, 163, 176
An no Heibei ("Hermitage" Heibei, 1672?‐ 1702), 125, 133-37, 140, 148
Anatomische Tabellen,224. See also Kaitai shinsho
Ansei earthquake ( 1855), 233
Ansei Epidemic ( 1858), 232-37
Ansei Purge ( 1858-60), 216, 233
aristocrats and aristocracy, 7-9, 23, 25-30, 34, 38, 45-46, 68, 108, 109, 113, 116, 195-96, 198, 228, 245, 247, 252, 254, 264, 271, table, 253
Arisugawa no Miya family, 185-86, 195
the " Arrow War." See under Opium War
artisans and artisanal families, 8, 10, 14, 17-19, 22, 30-31, 39, 41-43, 51-54, 6775, 80-84, 92-103, 127-29, 139, 146, 164, 174-75, 180, 185, 198, 200, 203, 210-11, 262-69
" As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams." See Sarashina nikki
Asada Gōryū ( 1734-99), 227
Asano daimyo, 58; Asano Naganori ( 1665-1701), 126
Ashikaga family and shogunate, 40-42
Ashikari ( The Reed Cutter), 33-34
Ashimori domain, 214, 226
association of mendicant monks: Edo (gannin bōzu nakama), 159, 166, 171, 207; Osaka (gannin nakama), 160, 162-63, 165, 167‐ 68, 169-71, 173-74, 176, 179, 270, table, 170
Awa (Awaza) Canal, 68; map, 51; table, 52
Awaji, domain and province, 57, 64, 263
Azuchi and Azuchi Castle, 12-13, 262-63
bakufu.See shoguns and shogunate
" Ballad of Karigane Bunshichi." See Karigane Bunshichi utazaimon
ballads (utazaimon), 108, 112, 126, 131, 141-42, 153
bamboo, 8, 36, 248, 255, table, 62-63
Ban Nobutomo ( 1773-1846), 211
bannermen (hatamoto), 128, 244-45, 250-51, 257, 267; Nagai Naotsune, 258; Suzuki Gonnosuke, 250; Suzuki Seizaemon, 250
Battle of Yashima, 26, 151-52
" Beginnings of Rangaku, The." See Rangaku kotohajime
Benzaiten, 188, 207
Bishamon, 158-59; Bishamon Daihōzen chapel, 163
Bitchu Province, 57, 210, 214, 226
Buddhism and Buddhists, 7-8, 15, 23-24, 105, 121, 124, 158-60, 166-67, 198, 206, 207-8, 216-17, 222, 245
bugashira.See tax commissioners
Buke shohatto,45
bunraku, 104-7, 120-21, 123-24, 150. See also jōruri; theater, puppet
bushi.See samurai
Byōgaku tsūron,230
canals, 50-53, 65, 268; map, 51; table, 52. See also waterways and water transportation
carpenters, 8, 10, 17, 23, 52, 71, 191, 204
castles and castle towns, 12-15, 22, 48, 82, 107, 127, 131, 181, 213-14, 232, 240, 246, 263-64, 266, 271
chabune.See tea boats
Chihiro-shū ( A Collection for a Thousand Years), 116
Chikamatsu Monzaemon ( 1653-1724), 106, 109, 114, 116, 121, 142
China and Chinese, 5, 17, 28, 39, 65, 184, 199, 219, 223-25, 228, 239

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