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|Other Titles: ||An Investigation of the Otani Family’s Documents by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan|
|Authors: ||池内, 敏|
the Genroku era ban on crossing the sea to Takeshima
Otani family documents
|Issue Date: ||31-Mar-2016|
|Citation: ||名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報. v.13, 2016, p.29-41|
|Abstract: ||The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan believes that Takeshima is a part of Japanese territory. This belief has been derived from a series of works by Kawakami Kenzo, which came to fruition in "A Historical and Geographical Study of Takeshima (1966)." Kenzo's argument concerning the Edo period was founded on an investigation of the historical archives of the Otani family's documents by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (Kenzo actually conducted the investigation). This paper comprehensively examines the reflection of the aforementioned investigation in "A Historical and Geographical Study of Takeshima" and discusses the structure of the current views of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.|
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