Estudos de Japonologia no Período Meiji

Elisa Massae Sasaki
2017 Estudos Japoneses  
In the end of the Tokugawa period (1603-1868), inaugurated the Meiji period (1868- 1912), which implies a transformation without precedent in Japan, when it began to have an intense contact with Western countries, sending diplomatic missions, as the Iwakura Mission, as well as getting hired foreigners (Oyatoi gaikokujin), to acquire knowledge and technology and thus they match and even surpass them in the late 19th century to the 20th. In this context, Japanology, that is, how to think and
more » ... w to think and imagine Japan also won other contours.
doi:10.11606/issn.2447-7125.v0i37p19-32 fatcat:nd2m7pfskvdd5njn64mt2kdyky