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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.30.

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JAPAN REVIEW

Edited by John BREEN    International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2017.3.17.   <ISSN 0915-0986>

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CONTENTS
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The Infrastructure of the Gods: Izumo in the Yayoi and Kofun Periods
Richard TORRANCE
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A Critique by Any Other Name:
Imagawa Ryōshun's Nan Taiheiki, an Introduction and Translation (Part 1)
Jeremy A. SATHER
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A Global Eye: The Perception of Place in a Pair of Tokugawa World Map Screens
Mia M. MOCHIZUKI
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The Shunga Collection of the Mito Tokugawa
Ricard BRU
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Loss and Renewal in Three Narratives of the Nikkei Brazilian Diaspora:
Ishikawa Tatsuzō's “Sōbō” and Its Sequels
Reiko TACHIBANA
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Is Street Fighter a Martial Art?
Virtual Ninja Theory, Ideology, and the Intentional Self-Transformation of Fighting-Gamers
Chris GOTO-JONES
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BOOK REVIEWS
Kendo: Culture of the Sword, by Alexander C. Bennett
James BASKIND
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Christianity and Imperialism in Modern Japan: Empire for God, by Emily Anderson
Vivian BLAXELL
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Women in Japanese Religions, by Barbara R. Ambros
Caleb CARTER
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Shimaji Mokurai and the Reconception of Religion and the Secular in Modern Japan, by Hans Martin Krämer
Mick DENECKERE
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“Execute Against Japan”: The U.S. Decision to Conduct Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, by Joel Ira Holwitt
Jason MORGAN
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Men to Devils, Devils to Men: Japanese War Crimes and Chinese Justice, by Barak Kushner
Peter O’CONNOR
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Zen Paintings in Edo Japan (1600–1868): Playfulness and Freedom in the Artwork of Hakuin Ekaku and Sengai Gibon, by Galit Aviman

Preserving the Dharma: Hōzan Tankai and Japanese Buddhist Art of the Early Modern Era, by John M. Rosenfield
Timon SCREECH
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Not by Love Alone: The Violin in Japan, 1850–2010, by Margaret Mehl
Alison TOKITA
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Inventing the Way of the Samurai: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Bushidō in Modern Japan, by Oleg Benesch
Stephen TURNBULL
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CONTRIBUTORS
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Notes for Authors
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