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The invasions of Korea and printing technology

The invasions of Korea and printing technology

The dawn of the early modern era saw another event that was to have important repercussions on Japanese book culture. Watch Prof. Sumiyoshi explain.

Period names that appeared in the video

(*) in the English subtitle indicates the name of the period. Please refer to the following Chinese period names appeared in the video as well as Step1.3 “East Asian History at a Glance”.

Historical figures that appeared in the video

Keywords mentioned in the video

Books introduced in the video

  1. J. Shōsetsu kobun shinpō taizen, from Korea, Early Korean Period
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  2. Shiji (J.Shiki)
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  3. Classic of Filial Piety (Xiaojing, J. Kōkyō)
  4. Mengqiu (J. Mōkyū), published by Oze Hoan
  5. Four Books includes; Analects, Mencius, Doctrine of the Mean, and the Great Learning
  6. Nihon shoki (Chronicles of Japan, 720).
  7. Sanchū, from Korea, Early Korean Period
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