By Marius B. Jansen
«Кембриджская история» – результат совместных трудов ведущих специалистов по японской истории и культуре. Издание объединило на своих страницах все имеющееся на сегодняшний день знание о Японии. Шесть томов «Истории» охватывают исторический период с eight в. до н.э. по наши дни, освещая практически все аспекты японской культуры: религиозные верования, ритуалы, искусство, архитектуру, народное творчество, политику и экономику.
Это издание – настоящая находка для всех тех, кто интересуется историей культуры и истории, а в частности – японской.
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In 1869 the samurai leaders of Satsuma, Choshu, and Tosa persuaded their lords to petition the imperial court to accept the return of their registers. "The abode wherein we the undersigned dwell is the Sovereign's land," their petition read, "the people over whom we rule 10 See Albert M. , Japan in Transition, pp. 36-67 and 91-110; and Kido, Diary, p. 480. Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 STAGES OF TRANSITION 2$ are his people. " They went on to ask that an Imperial command be issued that the domains of all the hart be reorganized; and also that all the regulations, from the ordering of laws, institutions, and military affairs, even until the fashioning of uniforms and instruments, issue from the Imperial Government, and the conduct of all the affairs of the realm, whether great or small be placed under unified control.
See Harold Bolitho, "Abe Masahiro and the New Japan," in Jeffrey P. Mass and William B. : Stanford University Press, 1985). Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 20 INTRODUCTION restored, and politics centered on the Kyoto court began to make the ancient imperial capital a national center at the expense of Edo, where the bakufu began to resemble a more regional, though still immensely important, power. The opening of the ports in 1859 brought additional problems into play.
During that period, other domains, anxious not to seem less loyal than the Restoration leaders, came flooding in with comparable petitions, and so when the acceptance was made public, it was no longer a chiefly Satsuma-Choshu idea. With authority came responsibility, and the court responded by appointing the former lords as governors of their domains. Uniform procedures were prescribed for all domains, and one of these stipulated that the lords reserve one-tenth of their revenue for their own needs.