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FUKUZAWA Yukichi (1835~1901) 福沢諭吉, Japanese author, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and journalist.

FUKUZAWA Yukichi 福沢諭吉, Japanese author, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and journalist.

Fukuzawa Yukichi 1835 – 1901, author, enlightenment writer, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and journalist who founded Keio-Gijuku University, the newspaper Jiji-Shinpo and the Institute for Study of Infectious Diseases. He was early Japanese civil rights activist, liberalism ideologists. His ideas about government and social institutions made a lasting impression on a rapidly changing Japan during the Meiji Era.

Fukuzawa Yukichi 1835 – 1901, author, enlightenment writer, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and journalist who founded Keio-Gijuku University, the newspaper Jiji-Shinpo and the Institute for Study of Infectious Diseases. He was early Japanese civil rights activist, liberalism ideologists. His ideas about government and social institutions made a lasting impression on a rapidly changing Japan during the Meiji Era.

Mori Ōgai was a Japanese physician, translator, novelist and poet. Gan is considered his major work. He passed away in 1922.

Mori Ōgai was a Japanese physician, translator, novelist and poet. Gan is considered his major work. He passed away in

島崎 藤村 (Shimazaki Toson), Japanese author, 1872~1943

島崎 藤村 (Shimazaki Toson) Shimazaki Toson is a Japanese author who was active during the Meiji Restoration, Taisho, and early Showa Periods of the country. He began his career as a romantic poet, but.

篤姫 (天璋院)。今和泉島津家に生まれ、本家島津斉彬の養女に迎えられ「篤子」に。第13代将軍徳川家定の御台所となるも、1年9か月で家定が急死。落飾して天璋院。1883.11.20、脳溢血で逝去、享年47。

篤姫 (天璋院)。今和泉島津家に生まれ、本家島津斉彬の養女に迎えられ「篤子」に。第13代将軍徳川家定の御台所となるも、1年9か月で家定が急死。落飾して天璋院。1883.11.20、脳溢血で逝去、享年47。

Itō Hirobumi. Later the first Prime Minister of Japan.   He studied in the U.K. in his youth. He was assassinated in 1909 by the Korean anti-Japanese nationalist An Jung-geun.   This photograph was taken while he was still a young samurai of the Chōshū domain, in 1868.

Prince Itō Hirobumi, a samurai of Chōshū domain, Japanese statesman, four time Prime Minister of Japan, genrō and Resident-General of Korea. Itō was assassinated by Korean nationalist An Jung-geun in

Kotaro Takamura (1883~1956), Japanese poet and sculptor at his home. 高村 光太郎

Kotaro Takamura Japanese poet and sculptor at his home.

松平春嶽愛蔵の写真帖

Count Katsu Kaishū was a Japanese statesman, naval engineer during the Late Tokugawa shogunate and early Meiji period. Kaishū was a nickname which he took from a piece of calligraphy by Sakuma Shōzan.

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