Tales of the foreign settlements in Japan
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Published by C. E. Tuttle Co. in Rutland, Vt .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Japan,
  • Japan.

Subjects:

  • Merchants, Foreign -- Japan,
  • Japan -- Social life and customs -- 1868-1912

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Harold S. Williams. Decorations by Jean Williams.
SeriesTut books. H
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHF3825 .W5 1972
The Physical Object
Pagination351 p.
Number of Pages351
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5297375M
ISBN 100804810516
LC Control Number72077513

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williams, Harold S., Tales of the foreign settlements in Japan. Tokyo ; Rutland, Vt.: C.E. Tuttle Co., The tales are historically accurate, sociologically significant and, most important of all, eminently readable. These TALES OF FOREIGN SETTLEMENTS IN JAPAN are the product of years of painstaking and scholarly research by a writer who is a business man and a recognised authority on the history of the Foreign Concessions in Japan, a man who has. A foreign settlement (Japanese: 外国人居留地, pronounced "Gaikokujin kyoryūchi") was a special area in a treaty port, designated by the Japanese government in the second half of the nineteenth century, to allow foreigners to live and work.. After the visits of Commodore Perry in and , Japan entered a period of rapid social and economic transition from a closed, feudalistic. The tales are historically accurate, sociologically significant and, most important of all, eminently readable. These Tales of Foreign Settlements in Japan are the product of years of painstaking and scholarly research by a writer who is a business man and a recognized authority on the history of the Foreign Concessions in Japan, a man who has Brand: Tuttle Publishing.

Harold S. Williams is the author of Tales Of The Foreign Settlements In Japan ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Shades Of The Past /5. , Tales of the foreign settlements in Japan / by Harold S. Williams ; decorations by Jean Williams Charles E. Tuttle Tokyo, Japan Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The Kobe foreign settlement (神戸外国人居留地, Kōbe gaikokujin kyoryūchi), also known as the Kobe foreign concession, was a foreign settlement located about kilometers east of the Port of Kobe, in the future Chūō-ku of Kobe, ished based on the Ansei Treaties, it existed from January 1, , to J The site was located between the Ikuta River [] to the. Entdecken Sie "Tales of Foreign Settlements in Japan" von Harold S. Williams und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. Here are twenty-five tales about the Foreign Settlements or Concessions in Japan following the opening of the country to foreign trade in , and an additional ten strange stories that revoke around those times. The tales are historically accurate, sociologically significant and.

Australian born HAROLD S. WILLIAMS () spent most of his adult life in Japan. A prolific author of books and articles including Tales of the Foreign Settlements in Japan, Shades of the Past, and Indiscreet Tales of Japan. More about Harold S. Williams. – Tales of Foreign Settlements in Japan, by Harold Williams, The tower of Rikkyo University rises above the foreign settlement at Tsukiji, c. “A large proportion of the buildings in the Foreign Concession are devoted to religious and educational purposes, testifying to the zeal of the various missionary bodies whose members form. Tales of the Foreign Settlements in Japan () Shades of the Past or Indiscreet Tales of Japan () Foreigners in Mikadoland () Kobe Regatta and Athletic Club: The First Hundred Years () West Meets East: The Foreign Experience of Japan () Acquisition. H. S. Williams, Tales of the Foreign Settlements in Japan (Tokyo and Rutland: C. E. Tuttle Company, ). After the ending of the foreign settlements, all leaseholds were returned to the Japanese government in Google Scholar.