SOCIETYSOCIAL HISTORY

  1. Strawberry Fields Forever

    When the port of Yokohama officially opened to foreign trade in 1859, the edible crops available to the villagers were p…

  2. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (VIII): Yawata: A State-Sponsored Vision of Industrialization

    July 2015 UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee approv…

  3. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (VII): Miike: Mine Craft

    In July 2015 UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee app…

  4. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (VI): Nagasaki: Fueling the Revolution

    In July 2015 UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee app…

  5. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (V): Saga: Where the Boats Come In

    In July 2015 UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee app…

  6. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (IV): Kamaishi: Industrial Revolution Blasts Off

  7. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (III): Nirayama: At the Break of Dawn

  8. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (II): Kagoshima: Learning from the West

  9. SITES OF THE MEIJI INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION I: Hagi: Fomenting Revolution

  10. Universality in the Era of Globalization

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