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Title :琉球国来聘記
Title alternative :Ryuukyuu koku raihei ki
Account of the Arrival of the Ryukyuan Envoys
Authors :-
Issue Date :1832
Abstract :1冊 天保3(1832)年 13枚 図版(16枚) 16cm
Author unknown. Written about the time when an envoy party was sent to Edo in order to express gratitude for the King of Ryukyu’s coronation in 1832. The King who had been crowned was King Sh? Iku, at that time, the senior envoy was Prince Ch?jun of Tomigusuku and the vice-envoy was Takushi Oyakata Ankei.If you look at the contents in detail, the routes to the inner citadel of Edo Castle and the Imperial Palace have been omitted, but you can see the route from the time they were sent to Gosanke called Bish?ke and Kish?ke.Also included are the names and amounts of the goods, along with the names and coloured drawings of the clothes and small tools that the Ryukyuan people carried with them.
Type Local :沖縄関係コレクション
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/10251
Appears in Collections:Iha Fuyu Collection

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