Reading the prefaces to Hokusai's books (4)

21 February 2017

Japan section office, British Museum 09.00
Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto 18.00

For both Japanese and non-Japanese researchers, it is important to understand the meaning of texts as accurately as possible. If you really encounter an ambiguous word, you need to explore all relevant examples in order to gain a deeper understanding of it meaning and use in the Edo period. The Hokusai project has started regular study meetings to translate the prefaces of Hokusai books in collaboration with colleagues from Ritsumeikan University. 

One Hundred Views of Mt. Fuji

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Vol. 1: Ryoko Matsuba (SOAS)

Participants

Ryo Akama, Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University
Takaaki Kaneko, Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University
Yoshitaka Yamamoto, Osaka University
Toyomo Arisawa, Osaka University
Angus Lockyer, SOAS University of London
Ryoko Matsuba, SOAS University of London
Alfred Haft, Department of Asia, British Museum
Stephanie Santschi, Department of Asia, British Museum