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|Other Titles: ||A Study on “Yakkan-shi” (Korean envoy) from the Perspective of “Itei-an Rinban-sei” (the Rotation System of Monks from Kyoto)|
|Authors: ||池内, 敏|
“Itei-an Rinban-sei”(the rotation system of monks)
|Issue Date: ||31-Mar-2016|
|Citation: ||名古屋大学文学部研究論集. 史学. v.62, 2016, p.125-147|
|Abstract: ||There is the rotation system by monks who were sent from Kyoto to Itei-an-temple at Tsushima named “Itei-an Rinban-sei”. Through evaluating the actual conditions of the job, we can evaluate the system, I think. “Yakkan-shi” (Korean envoy composed of interpreters as a leader) has been rated as private envoys from Korea. But I think it was an Official envoy. In this study, I analyzed the role of monks, belonging to Itei-an-temple, during the reception for envoys named “Yakkan-shi”. “Yakkan-shi” began in the 1660s, was sent 55 times during Edo-era, and ended in 1860. In each time, there were five rituals in Tsushima. I can divid the five into two groups. The former group is Welcome banquet, Main banquet, farewell banquet, the latter is Banquet at Banshoin-temple, and Banquet at Itei-an-temple. The monks deeply involved in the latter one, and not in another. In the case of deeply involved, I think they took part in the ceremony at the position of the Shogunate of attorney. In that sense, I think “Yakkan-shi” was an Official envoy.|
|Appears in Collections:||名古屋大学文学部研究論集．史学 (The Journal of the Faculty of Letters, Nagoya University. History)|
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