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Disaster in the Making: Taira no Kiyomori’s Move of the Capital to Fukuhara Haruko Wakabayashi 1
Warrior/Monk, Demon/Saint: Humor and Parody in the Late Medieval Tale of Benkei Roberta Strippoli 39
Shipwrecks and Flotsam: The Foreign World in Edo-Period Tosa Luke S. Roberts 83
Yoshino and the Politics of Cultural Topography in Early Japan Torquil Duthie 189
104 Voices from Christian Nagasaki: Document of the Rosario Brotherhood of Nagasaki with the Signatures of Its Members (February 1622); An Analysis and Translation Reinier H. Hesselink 237


Man’yōshū and the Imperial Imagination in Early Japan. By Torquil Duthie. H. Mack Horton 123
Ise, poétesse et dame de cour. Translated by Renée Garde. Michel Vieillard-Baron 127
The Company and the Shogun: The Dutch Encounter with Tokugawa Japan. By Adam Clulow. Bruce L. Batten 132
Government by Mourning: Death and Political Integration in Japan, 1603–1912. By Atsuko Hirai. Mark Teeuwen 135
Mabiki: Infanticide and Population Growth in Eastern Japan, 1660–1950. By Fabian Drixler. William Johnston 141
The Bunraku Puppet Theatre of Japan: Honor, Vengeance, and Love in Four Plays of the 18th and 19th Centuries. Translated by Stanleigh H. Jones.    
Wondrous Brutal Fictions: Eight Buddhist Tales from the Early Japanese Puppet Theater. Translated by R. Keller Kimbrough. Katherine Saltzman-Li 146
Hell-bent for Heaven in Tateyama Mandara: Painting and Religious Practice at a Japanese Mountain. By Caroline Hirasawa. Elizabeth ten Grotenhuis 151
Lust, Commerce, and Corruption: An Account of What I Have Seen and Heard, by an Edo Samurai. Translated by Mark Teeuwen, Kate Wildman Nakai, Miyazaki Fumiko, Anne Walthall, and John Breen. Edited and introduced by Mark Teeuwen and Kate Wildman Nakai. Laura Nenzi 155
Crossing Boundaries in Tokugawa Society: Suzuki Bokushi, a Rural Elite Commoner. By Takeshi Moriyama. Niels van Steenpaal 159
The Tale of Genji: Translation, Canonization, and World Literature. By Michael Emmerich. Dennis Washburn 163
Anarchist Modernity: Cooperatism and Japanese-Russian Intellectual Relations in Modern Japan. By Sho Konishi. Curtis Anderson Gayle 170
Refining Nature in Modern Japanese Literature: The Life and Art of Shiga Naoya. By Nanyan Guo. Joseph S. O’Leary 173
Public Opinion, Propaganda, Ideology: Theories on the Press and Its Social Function in Interwar Japan, 1918–1937. By Fabian Schäfer. Simone Müller 175
Money, Trains, and Guillotines: Art and Revolution in 1960s Japan. By William Marotti. Miki Kaneda 183
Environment and Society in the Japanese Islands: From Prehistory to the Present. Edited by Bruce L. Batten and Philip C. Brown. Patricia Sippel 285
Courtly Visions: The Ise Stories and the Politics of Cultural Appropriation. By Joshua S. Mostow. Ivo Smits 289
Lords of the Sea: Pirates, Violence, and Commerce in Late Medieval Japan. By Peter D. Shapinsky. Noell Wilson 293
A Korean War Captive in Japan, 1597–1600: The Writings of Kang Hang. Edited and translated by JaHyun Kim Haboush and Kenneth R. Robinson. James B. Lewis 297
The Life and Afterlives of Hanabusa Itchō, Artist-Rebel of Edo. By Miriam Wattles. Pauline Ayumi Ota 301
The Princess Nun: Bunchi, Buddhist Reform, and Gender in Early Edo Japan. By Gina Cogan. G. G. Rowley 306
Listen, Copy, Read: Popular Learning in Early Modern Japan. Edited by Matthias Hayek and Annick Horiuchi. Brian Platt 309
Seismic Japan: The Long History and Continuing Legacy of the Ansei Edo Earthquake. By Gregory Smits.    
When the Earth Roars: Lessons from the History of Earthquakes in Japan. By Gregory Smits. M. William Steele 314
Lost and Found: Recovering Regional Identity in Imperial Japan. By Hiraku Shimoda. James L. Huffman 321
Empire of the Dharma: Korean and Japanese Buddhism, 1877–1912. By Hwansoo Ilmee Kim. James Mark Shields 326
The Nature of the Beasts: Empire and Exhibition at the Tokyo Imperial Zoo. By Ian Jared Miller. Martha Chaiklin 329
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