By Marius B. Jansen
This attractive e-book demanding situations the normal thought that Japan used to be an remoted state bring to an end from the skin global within the sleek period. This time-honored tale of seclusion, argues grasp historian Marius B. Jansen, effects from viewing the interval soley by way of Japan's ties with the West, on the cost of its dating with nearer Asian acquaintances. Taking as his concentration the port of Nagasaki and its thriving exchange with China within the 16th via 19th centuries, Jansen not just corrects this misperception yet deals an enormous research of the effect of the China exchange on Japan's cultural, financial, and political existence.
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The Chinese and the Japanese: Essays in Political and Cultural Interactions (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980), p. 63. 48. Edo jidai no Ni-Chü hiwa (Tokyo, 1980), p. 33. 34 China in the Tokugawa World copper declined sharply. Some of this reduction might have taken place in any case as the result of market forces. At the turn of the century some reports had it that Japanese goods (other than bullion) were so plentiful in central Chinese ports that their prices fell, while the highly prized white silk thread of China was in short supply in Japan because of climatic irregularities in China.
The Contacts 17 sustained. Silk yarn, especially white raw silk (shiroito), had a ready sale in the merchant capitals and castle towns. " 28 These goods were meant for the urban upper classes and the new military aristocrats. It was a large market that could absorb some 4,000 piculs a year. But imports in excess of that would, from Iwao Seiichi's figures, create an oversupply and threaten profits. These rival forces—strong but limited demand and the desire to maintain and monopolize profits—determined the course of events that ended with the restraints on travel and trade of the Edo years.
Arrangements for its administration, defense, and in19. Nakamura Tadashi, Kinsei Nagasaki böekishi no kettkyü (Tokyo, 1988), provides the fullest exposition of the Nagasaki setting and adds a chart of administrative positions. See also Nakamura's "Nagasaki to sakoku," prepared for a 1989 symposium on Kyushu and Japanese history and forthcoming from the National University of Singapore. The Contacts telligence were all geared to this, and its culture reflected the foreign presence. The fishing village of the sixteenth century grew into an important city.
China in the Tokugawa World by Marius B. Jansen