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Japan Review is the refereed journal published by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies. Japan Review solicits outstanding manuscripts relating to Japan. It also publishes shorter Research Notes, Review Articles as well as annotated translations of important texts. Submission to Japan Review is open to all those engaged in the study of Japanese culture past and present. The journal has been published annually since 1990. The current issue is No.29.

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JAPAN REVIEW

Edited by John BREEN    International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2013.9.6.   <ISSN 0915-0986>

SPECIAL ISSUE Shunga: Sex and Humor in Japanese Art and Literature
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CONTENTS
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Introduction
C. Andrew GERSTLE and Timothy CLARK
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1) RECEPTION
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Who Were the Audiences for Shunga?
HAYAKAWA Monta
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The Reception of Shunga in the Modern Era: From Meiji to the Pre-WWII Years
ISHIGAMI Aki
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2) CONTEXT AND FORMAT
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Historiography of the “Phallic Contest” Handscroll in Japanese Art
Akiko YANO
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Japanese Illustrated Erotic Books in the Context of Commercial Publishing, 1660-1868
Ellis TINIOS
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3) SHUNGA IN KYOTO AND OSAKA
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Affirming the Life Erotic: Yoshida Hanbei's Kōshoku kinmō-zui (1686)
Alfred HAFT
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Allegories of Love
Jennifer PRESTON
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Nishikawa Sukenobu: One Hundred Women, Two Stories, and a Reconsideration
Amaury A. GARCÍA RODRÍGUEZ
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Tsukioka Settei's Erotic Paintings
YAMAMOTO Yukari
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Analyzing the Outrageous: Takehara Shunchōsai's Shunga Book Makura dōji nukisashi manben tamaguki (Pillow Book for the Young, 1776)
C. Andrew GERSTLE
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Intertextual Divertissement, Sexual Education and Entertaining Humor: The World of Onna enshi kyōkun kagami
Laura MORETTI
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4) KABUKI AND VIOLENCE IN EDO SHUNGA
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Kabuki Actors in Erotic Books (Shunpon)
MATSUBA Ryōko
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No Laughing Matter: A Ghastly Shunga Illustration by Utagawa Toyokuni
HIGUCHI Kazutaka
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5) MODERN TRANSFORMATION
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Shunga in the Meiji Era: The End of a Tradition?
Rosina BUCKLAND
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CONTRIBUTORS
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