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Title :琉球聘使記
Title alternative :Ryuukyuu heishi ki
Account of the Ryukyuan Envoys
Authors :荻生, 徂徠
Abstract :1冊 写本 12枚 みの紙 26cm
Written by Butsu Mokei. Butsu Mokei is also known as Ogiu Sorai. Published in Edo Era Japan as a material relating to Ryukyu. Written about the envoy party sent to Edo to pay tribute in 1710. The envoy to Edo at this time was carried out to celebrate the Shogun Ienobu’s creating a new government. Prince Misato (chief envoy) and Tomimori Oyakata (vice-envoy) were sent, King Sh? Eki as an expression of gratitude for his coronation dispatched the Prince of Tomigusuku (chief envoy) and the Oyakata of Yoza (vice-envoy). The text contains information about the clothes the envoy were wearing, the route they took, offerings, the number of people and the names of people under the chief and vice-chief envoy. Furthermore, it touches on explanations of the organisation of the processions and Rojigaku, as well as details about the instruments and names of the performers.
Type Local :沖縄関係コレクション
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/10250
Appears in Collections:Iha Fuyu Collection

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