The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 31, Number 1
Winter 2005

ARTICLES

Discovering the Japanese Alps:
Meiji Mountaineering and the Quest for
Geographical Enlightenment
K
ÄREN WIGEN {abstract}

Literacy and Literature in Osaka, 1890-1940
RICHARD TORRANCE {
abstract}

The Production of Literature and the Effaced Realm
of the Political
ATSUKO UEDA {
abstract}

Mad Scientists and Their Prey:
Bioethics, Murder, and Fiction in Interwar Japan
SARI KAWANA {
abstract}

 

PERSPECTIVES

 

Personal Recollections by Hugh Patrick:
An Interview by Edward J. Lincoln

 

 

REVIEWS

 

Bestor, Steinhoff, and Bestor, eds., Doing Fieldwork in Japan
WILLIAM W. KELLY

 

Hashimoto, Class Structure in Contemporary Japan
MARY C. BRINTON

 

Brinton, Women’s Working Lives in East Asia
GLENDA ROBERTS

 

Hill, The Japanese Mafia: Yakuza, Law, and the State

RICHARD FRIMAN

 

Colignon and Usui, Amakudari: The Hidden Fabric of Japan’s Economy
KOICHI NAKANO

 

Alexander, In the Shadow of the Miracle: The Japanese Economy since the End of High-Speed Growth
Katz, Japanese Phoenix: The Long Road to Economic Revival
KOICHI HAMADA

 

Hoshi and Kashyap, Corporate Financing and Governance in Japan: The Road to the Future
Okabe, Cross Shareholdings in Japan: A New Unified Perspective of the Economic System
CHRISTINA L. AHMADJIAN

 

Amyx and Drysdale, eds., Japanese Governance: Beyond Japan Inc.
RICHARD KATZ

 

Schreurs, Environmental Politics in Japan, Germany and the United States
PATRICIA L. MACLACHLAN

 

Vogel, ed., U.S.-Japan Relations in a Changing World
HENRY R. NAU

 

Corning, Japan and the Politics of Techno-Globalism
LEONARD LYNN

 

Esenbel and Inaba, eds., The Rising Sun and the Turkish Crescent: New Perspectives on the History of Japanese Turkish Relations
MICHAEL LAFFAN

 

Lidin, Tanegashima: The Arrival of Europe in Japan

MARCIA YONEMOTO

 

Lewis, Frontier Contact between Chŏson Korea and Tokugawa Japan

Batten, To the Ends of Japan: Premodern Frontiers, Boundaries, and Interactions

KÄREN WIGEN

 

Bolitho, Bereavement and Consolation: Testimonies from Tokugawa Japan
GARY L. EBERSOLE

 

Leupp, Interracial Intimacy in Japan: Western Men and Japanese Women, 1543-1900
JOHN G. RUSSELL

 

Hardacre, Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Japan: A Study of the Southern Kanto Region, Using Late Edo and Early Meiji Gazetteers
NEIL L. WATERS

 

Murphy, The American Merchant Experience in 19th Century Japan
JAMES L. HUFFMAN

 

Yusa, Zen and Philosophy: An Intellectual Biography of Nishida Kitarō
JOHN C. MARALDO

 

Bourdaghs, The Dawn that Never Comes: Shimazaki Tōson and Japanese Nationalism
STEPHEN DODD

 

Iida, Rethinking Identity in Modern Japan: Nationalism as Aesthetics
MICHAEL K. BOURDAGHS

 

Kawatake (trans. Hoff and Hoff), Kabuki: Baroque Fusion of the Arts
SAMUEL L. LEITER

 

High, The Imperial Screen: Japanese Film Culture in the Fifteen Years’ War, 1931-1945
YOMOTA INUHIKO

 

Gottlieb and McLelland, eds., Japanese Cybercultures
SUSAN NAPIER

 

Tucker, Friis-Hansen, Kaneko, and Takeba, The History of Japanese Photography
WILLIAM JOHNSTON

 

 

OPINION AND COMMENT

 

A Response to Reviews by Frederick Dickinson and Joshua Hotaka Roth
STEWART LONE

 

Response to Stewart Lone
JOSHUA HOTAKA ROTH

 

 

PUBLICATIONS OF NOTE
 

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