The first Japanese embassy to the United States of America, sent to Washington in 1860 as the first of the series of embassies specially sent abroad by the Tokugawa shogunate

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  • CONTENTS
  • I Diary of the First Japanese Embassy to the United States, Written by Muragaki Awaji-no-Kami, Vice-Ambassador, Translation by Mr.Shigehiko Miyoshi. / 1
  • II The Japanese Embassy, as seen by Lieut. James I. Johnston, U.S.N., Executive Officer of the Powhatan / 77
  • III News Items, gleaned from American papers issued 60 years ago and collected in Japan / 158
  • IV Excerpts from later publications.
  • I The Great Japanese Embassy, by Mr. Patterson Du Bois / 275
  • II Our first acquaintance with the Japanese, by Dr. F.J. Steiner / 305

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書名 The first Japanese embassy to the United States of America, sent to Washington in 1860 as the first of the series of embassies specially sent abroad by the Tokugawa shogunate
著作者等 America-Japan society, Tokyo
Johnston, James D
Miyoshi, Shigehiko
村垣 淡叟
Shibama, C
出版元 The America-Japan Society
刊行年月 1920
言語 英語
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