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

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Note: Chinese characters for authors and titles of travel accounts and secondary works mentioned in the text can be found in the bibliography. Place-names, unless highly obscure, as well as the names of dynasties and shogunates have not been included.
A Inkan tōkarazu, chikaku issui no soto ni ari
Abe no Nakamaro
Ajia keizai
Ajia wa hitotsu nari
Akita
Amaterasu Ōmikami
An Lushan
Araki Sadao
Arao Kiyoshi (Sei)
Arihisa
Arishima Takeo
Asahi shinbun
Ashikaga Yoshimitsu
Bai Chongxi
bang
Banzai Rihachirō
Bei shi ji
bitan
Bo Wenwei
Boshi nyū-Min nikki
bun
Bungei shunjū
bunka
bunmei chūdoku koku
buraikan
Cai E
Cai Yuanpei
Cao Rulin
Cen Chunxuan
Chan
Changchun
Changde
Chankoro
Chao Heng
Chen Baochen
Chen Baozhen
Chen Duxiu
Chen Jintao
Chen Jiongming
Chen Jitang
Chen Lifu
Chen Mingshu

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