The Literature of Travel in the Japanese Rediscovery of China, 1862-1945

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Japanese Travel Accounts

Abe Tomoji

. Pekin (Beijing). Tokyo: Daiichi shobō, 1938.

Abe Yoshishige

. "Bekken no Shina" (A glimpse of China), Sept. 1929; "Sainan isshuku" (One night in Jinan), Mar. 1929; "Harubin sansaku ki " (Account of a stroll through Harbin), Oct. 1929. In Abe Yoshishige senshū (Selected works of Abe Yoshishige) 2: 167- 88, 189-95, 196-223; Tokyo: Oyama shoten, 1949. In SKBZ 11: 353-67.

Agawa Tarō

. Shina jikken roku (A record of observations in China). In Tetsutan ikō (Posthumous manuscripts of Tetsutan [Agawa Tarō]), ed. Ishikawa Anjirō . Tokyo: Hirai Shigekazu, 1910.

Aida Tsutomu

. Hoku-Shi taikan (Overview of north China). Tokyo: Waseda shuppanbu, 1937.

Ajia gakuseikai

(Asian Students Association). Nansen hokuma (Taishō jūichi nendo kaki ryokō hōkoku) (Southern boats and northern horses [Report of the summer session for 1922]). Tokyo: Ajia gakuseikai, 1923.

Akimori Tsunetarō

. Chō-Shi kanken (Personal view of central China). Osaka: The author, 1936.

-----. Tō-Shi ryokō narabi ni ketsuron

(Travels in eastern China, with a conclusion). Osaka: The author, 1936.

Akutagawa Ryūnosuke

. "Chōkō yūki" (Travelogue along the Yangzi); "Kōnan yūki" (Travelogue in Jiangnan); "Pekin nikki shō" (From a Beijing diary); and "Shanhai yūki" "(Travelogue of Shanghai)". In Akutagawa Ryūnosuke zenshū (Collected works of Akutagawa Ryūnosuke) 7: 83-95; 5: 193-275; 7: 313-25; 5: 3-59. Tokyo: Iwanami shoten, 1977-78.

Andō Fujio

. Shina man'yū jikki (True account of travels in China). Tokyo: Hakubunkan, 1892. Cited in MNCR, 5.

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