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

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Index
In this index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "57-59." Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence. Entries are alphabetized letter by letter, ignoring word breaks, hyphens, and accents.
Abe no Nakamaro, 13, 22, 75, 310n1, 311n21
Abe Yoshio, 180
Abe Yoshishige, 271
Adams, Percy, 7f, 149, 275
Akita (magazine), 284
Akutagawa Ryūnosuke, 66, 167, 257, 336n18; interviews by, 258-60; "Konan no ōgi," 261
All-Japan Association of Librarians, 278- 79
All-Japan Association of Middle School Teachers of Geography and History, 284-85
Altai Mountains, 17
Americans, 52, 298
Amoy, see Xiamen
Amur River Society, 130
Andō Fujio, 71; Shina man'yū jikki, 84- 85
Andong, 212, 254
Anhui, 159, 184, 189, 237, 283
An Lushan Rebellion, 23
Annam, see Vietnam
Anshan Ironworks, 239
Antiforeignism, 105; Japanese, 76-80
Anti-Japanese University, 298
Anti-Japanism, 160-66 passim, 170, 177, 186, 194, 219; boycotts, 220, 235; activities, 227, 239-40, 331-32n10; and business, 235-36
Anyang, 162
An-Zhi war, 237
Aoki Bunkyō, 155; Himitsu no kuni Chibetto yuki, 156
Aoki Masaru, 166-67, 182
Aoyama Sadao, 180
Araki Sadao, 137, 144, 285
Arao Kiyoshi, 95, 134, 204, 292
Archaeology, 98-99, 162, 172-73, 179
Arima, 160
Arishima Takeo, 271
Armistice, see Senzaimaru
Art, artists, 254, 256-57, 264-65, 293
Artifacts, 20-21, 98-99
Asahi shinbun (newspaper), 252, 286-87
Asakura Meisen: Shinkoku jun'yū shi, 89
Asano Akira, 290; Jidai to unmei, 291
Ashikaga shogunate, 29
Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, 30
Asia, 140. See also East Asia
Asomura Hideichi, 283

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