The hot springs of Japan (and the principal cold springs) including Chosen (Korea), Taiwan (Formosa), South Manchuria, together with many tables giving classification, chemical basis, curative values, radio-activity, etc

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • Explanatory Notes / 5
  • Away from Beaten Tracks / 18
  • I. Introductory / 1
  • II. Geology of Japan / 2
  • III. Volcanoes / 4
  • IV. Mineral Springs in Japan / 10
  • V. Facts about the Mineral Springs / 13
  • VI. Classification-with diseases benefited and prohibited by the different classes of springs / 20
  • VII. Radio=activity / 40
  • VIII. Kinds of Baths and their Use / 53
  • IX. Japanese Inns / 63
  • X. Hot Spring Resorts near Principal Cities / 71
  • Mineral Springs in North Half of Japan / 79
  • Japanese Government Railway Lines in North Half of Japan / 81
  • Mineral Springs in South Half of Japan / 295
  • Mineral Springs in Chosen(Korea) / 399
  • Mineral Springs in South Manchuria / 413
  • Mineral Springs in Taiwan(Formosa) / 428
  • Noted Mineral Springs in other Countries:
  • Radio=activity of Notable Springs in Europe and in the United States / 473
  • INDEX / 480
  • Maps
  • 1. Mineral Springs in North Half of Japan,・Facing / 81
  • 2. The Hakone Region,・Facing / 88
  • 3. The Izu Peninsula,・Facing / 106
  • 4. Hokuroku Line(Yamanaka,Yamashiro District),・Facing / 207
  • 5. Ikao,Kusatsu,Shima,Shibu,etc・Facing / 136
  • 6. The Nikko Region,・Facing / 221
  • 7. Shiobara, / 233
  • 8. Nasu, / 240
  • 9. Mineral Springs in South Half of Japan,・Facing / 295
  • 10. Mineral Springs near Osaka and Kobe,・Facing / 298
  • 11. San-in Line, / 325
  • 12. Unzen and Vicinity,・Facing / 349
  • 13. Unzen Golf Links, / 355
  • 14. The Beppu District,・Facing / 367
  • 15. Chien-shan(Near Tang-kang-tsu,South Manchuria) / 421
  • Illustrations
  • Miyanoshita,after a color=print by HiroshigeII Inside Front Cover
  • After one of a series of color=prints by Hokusai Inside Back Cover
  • At Unzen,a noted hot spring resort・Frontispiece
  • Miyanoshita is always attractive to foreign visitors / 80
  • Kusatsu / 156
  • Noboribetsu Spa is restful:but Jigoku=dani("Valley of Hell")is what its name implies / 283
  • The ornate Dogo Bath=house-Sacred Heron Hall / 294
  • Snow is a rare visitor at Beppu / 368

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書名 The hot springs of Japan (and the principal cold springs) including Chosen (Korea), Taiwan (Formosa), South Manchuria, together with many tables giving classification, chemical basis, curative values, radio-activity, etc
著作者等 Japan. Tetsudoin
刊行年月 1922
言語 英語
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