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Re-viewing Meiji via Japanese-Canadian Connections | Naoko Kato • 1

Competing Views of the World in Early Modern Japan | Radu Leca • 9

Apocalypse Now: An Alternate View of the Bakumatsu Years | M. William Steele • 17

The Ansei Edo Earthquake and Catfish Prints | Gregory Smits • 51

Reading Edo Urban Space in the Tōkyō Gōshō Sugoroku (Tokyo Rich Merchants Board Game) | Kanaya Masataka • 65

「東京豪商寿語六」から読み解く江戸の空間構成 | 金谷 匡高 • 71

Ginza Bricktown and the Myth of Meiji Modernization | Tristan R. Grunow • 77

J. Cooper Robinson: A Canadian Missionary and Photographer in Japan, 1888-1925 | Benjamin Bryce • 85

John Cooper Robinson and Japanese Commercial Photography | Allen Hockley • 95

The One Hundred Poets in the Meiji Period | Joshua S. Mostow • 105

Meiji Daughters: Their Stuff and Fancy in Brocade Pictures, 1870s-1880s | Miriam Wattles • 115

A Glimpse of Meiji Kimono Fashion | Ayako Yoshimura • 125

Via Hawai‘i: The Transmigration of Japanese | Dr. Yakari Takai • 133

Japanese Culture and Language in the Prewar Canadian “Mosaic” | Eiji Okawa • 139

Associational Lives of Women in the Prewar Japanese-Canadian Community | Eiji Okawa • 153

“Exploring the Devil Caves”: Brothels, Sex Workers, and the Disciplining of Women’s Bodies in the Tairiku Nippō (1908-1920) | Ayaka Yoshimizu • 165


Contributors • 171

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