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Journal of Asian Studies (1973) 32 (4): 579–591.
Published: 01 August 1973
... Restoration] ( Tokyo , 1954 ). 11. Daikichi Irokawa , Meiji seishin shi [A History of the Meiji Spirit] ( Tokyo , 1968 ). 12. ―, Meiji no bunku [Meiji Culture] ( Tokyo , 1970 ). 13. Koji Inoue , Chichibu Jiken [The Chichibu Incident] ( Tokyo , 1968 ). Section III 1...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1982) 41 (3): 590–593.
Published: 01 May 1982
... by others within their class." The perspective is refreshing, the question significant. Roger W. Bowen presents information about the Fukushima (1882), Kabasan and Chichibu (1884) incidents in impressive detail. He makes meticulous distinctions, expressing percentages to one decimal point or categorizing...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2020) 79 (2): 512–513.
Published: 01 May 2020
.... If the Chichibu incident is the first time that world renewal can be identified with revolution, the new religion, Ōmoto-kyō, is the first in which it can be identified with millenarianism. The founder Deguchi Nao and her prophet/successor Onisaburō taught that a god heretofore seen as evil was actually a world...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1959) 18 (3): 343–355.
Published: 01 May 1959
..., for instance, that a separate class of middling farmers must be recognised as the leaders of the small farmers (Gotō Yasushi, “Iida jiken,” in Jimbun gaktihō , II [1952]), or that the real force behind the Chichibu incident was the discontent, not of tenants, as Hirano suggested, but of handicraft silk...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2010) 69 (1): 273–275.
Published: 01 February 2010
... young men, or sōshi , who added their muscle power to the Freedom and People's Rights movement. They participated in a series of armed uprisings, including the Chichibu Incident of 1884. Brawls, fistfights, and acts of intimidation became facts of everyday political life. As popular political...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2001) 60 (2): 502–504.
Published: 01 May 2001
... of the 1860s-1880s, notably those of late Tokugawa nativists and activists, Satsuma rebels, "freedom and people's rights" activists, and Chichibu rebels, along with those of the rulers themselves, which prevailed in later Meiji empire building. Garon addresses the political story of the "interwar years" (ca...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1974) 33 (4): 710–712.
Published: 01 August 1974
... that these shishi were not considered nihilists but drew moral and financial support from a wide range of associates including peers, 711 businessmen, politicians, and top naval and military officers among these last mentioned being the emperor's brother, Prince Chichibu. Funds were readily available from seemingly...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1983) 42 (4): 971–974.
Published: 01 August 1983
... Anglophiles, including the emperor's brother Prince Chichibu, Count Makino Nobuaki, Matsudaira Tsuneo, Yoshida Shigeru, and Admiral Yonai Mitsumasa. No equivalent, well-discerned group of 'Americaphiles" existed at that level. Hagihara Nobutoshi, who explores the prewar Japanese views of Britain in the Nish...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1962) 21 (2): 183–197.
Published: 01 February 1962
.... 17 The learned, eccentric grandfather, Minayoshi Hōtoku, once a court physician, had become an obscure country doctor by Ōkubo's boyhood—exiled from the Kagoshima castle because of his role in the Chichibu disturbance. Katsuda, Ōkubo den , I, 20; Tsuchiya, Hōken shakai hokai , p. 395; Oyama...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1977) 36 (4): 745–748.
Published: 01 August 1977
... officials. If chance or plot had replaced lord privy seal's role in, for instance, 1941, it Hirohito with Chichibu, Japan would have had would seem useful to have supplemented the an emperor who was much more in tune with diary with material from such sources as the expansionists and who would have respond...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1978) 38 (1): 25–50.
Published: 01 November 1978
... to the European models provided by Marx or Weber and found the Japanese wanting. To counter the unrelenting harshness of their portrayal, Irokawa concentrates on the kyodotai in its better moments, demonstrating the potential for political action realized in events like the Chichibu rebellion, or the capacity...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1982) 41 (2): 231–251.
Published: 01 February 1982
... the pilgrimage was the cause. More rewarding is the discovery of how pilgrimage prospered in the context of certain social changes and how its fostering of a national communitas may have, in turn, served those changes. 9 In combination with thirty-three station courses of Banto and Chichibu, both in the Kanto...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1946) 5 (3): 362–380.
Published: 01 May 1946
.... world Aug. 1945. To be continued. WILDES, HARRY E. "Who signs the treaty?" OPLER, MORRIS EDWARD. "Japanese folk beliefs Asia 45 (Sept. 1945) 521-24. An article concerning the snake." Southwesternjournal of about Prince Chichibu. anthropology 1 (1945) 249-59. WILDES, HARRY E. "Russia's attempt to open...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2008) 67 (4): 1187–1226.
Published: 01 November 2008
... Asia (1400–1600), and various displays of Japan's modern colonization endeavors. Utilizing photos, documents, dioramas, and mannequins of emigrants and colonialists, the exhibition attracted over one million visitors, including Prince Chichibu, Hirohito's younger brother (Isetan 1940 ; Naikaku Jōhōbu...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2004) 63 (1): 5–29.
Published: 01 February 2004
... by Takeichi s father while he was working at the herring shery at Atsuta (Moritake 1977, 90). Likewise, Nukishio Shirusu adopted Iizuka Nagamasa, the son of Iizuka Shinzo¯, a leader of the Chichibu Rebellion of 1884 and who lived underground in Hokkaido after escaping in the aftermath of the rebellion...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1992) 51 (2): 287–316.
Published: 01 May 1992
... of the radical implications of Western natural right theory. Ueki and Oi, two radical thinkers associated with the Jiyuto's Fukushima, Kabasan, and Chichibu rebellions, both endorsed the notion that natural law ultimately endowed men with the right to revolution if their individual rights were violated (Ueki...