FACULTY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE ON JAPAN
Co-Sponsored by The Sage Colleges
In collaboration with Columbia University
Funded by the Japan Foundation Center for Global
and the Opening of Japan
Part of a historical essay on American expansion into the Pacific,
describes Commodore Perry's voyage, arrival, and its
An open-air museum for preserving and exhibiting Japanese architecture of
the Meiji period (1868-1912).
Examines Japanese arts and crafts made under the influence of the west.
Photographic images taken about 1900 by an American missionary family.
Extensive discussion of the beginning of Japanese music education during the Meiji period. Also covers a great deal of information on Japanese education in general.
This mission was the last, most important, and largest of all the
Japanese missions sent to Western countries between the end of the Edo Period and the beginning of the Meiji Era.
The graphic image on this page is a Ukiyo-e print from the Edo no Iki gallery created by Hans Olof Johansson. Many thanks to Mr. Johansson for his gracious permission of its use on this site.
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