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≪主な目次≫
Preface-To readers
Introduction-Aiming at printing culture as science
Part1: Ancient times
Chapter1 Japanese printing started in the Nara era
Chapter2 Printing in the Heian era
-Missing links: The import of Sung
dynasty printing, Buddhist woodblock prints
Part2: Middle ages
Chapter3 Printing in the Kamakura era
-Publishing by temple gets into full swing
Chapter4 Expansion of printing through Gozan versions
and samurai
Part3: Early modern times
Chapter5 Japan’s invasion of Korea
-What did Korean printing types bring to Japan?
Column1 Tensho Shonen Shisetsu (a delegation of young men
to Europe during the Tensho era) transported
the wooden printing press
Chapter6 The battles of printing and publishing primarily
led by Tokugawa Ieyasu
Chapter7 Sagabon and early modern Mokkatsuji-ban books
(wooden movable-type version)
Chapter8 Kyoto, Osaka and Edo
-The tale of three cities of publishing
Chapter9 Printing expanded behavioral culture of the Edo
period-Books, woodcut prints, printed materials
which helped traveling
Chapter10 The development of various studies and
the expansion of education
Chapter11 The progress of study and printing
-From herbalism botany
Chapter12 National isolation and parade
-Netherlands, Korea, Ryukyu and Ainu
Chapter13 Change of calendar and printing
Column2 Books on agriculture which spread agricultural
technology
Chapter14 The three major reforms in the Edo era and
printing-From the relationship between
politicians and the common people
Part4: Modern times
Chapter15 From the opening of the country
to the Meiji restoration
-Illutrated printing that expanded the image of
a new age
Column3 From Megane-e (optique pictures) to Banknotes
-The spread of copperplates prints
Chapter16 The Boshin War, and to the reforms
by the Meiji government
-The culture of movable-types
in late Tokugawa and Meiji eras
Chapter17 Convey“drawing techniques”
Column4 The movement to reform Japanese script
Chapter18 A capitalist society and the formation of
popular culture-printing in the Taisho era
Column5 From books in Japanese binding to books in
western binding
Column6 Textiles and seasonal products
-Congratulatory pictures which modern
industries created
Chapter19 The merits and demerits of printing in wartime
Part5: Present age
Chapter20 Rapid economic growth and variation of materials
Chapter21 Mass consumption society and printing
-A priod of promoting efficiency and
standardization
Chapter22 The history of library of Japan
The skills and materials of printing
-Elementary kowledge of the histry of Japanese printing
1: When did printing start?
2: Stamp and ink impression
3: Forms of plate printing (relief printing, intaglio,
and planography)
4: Tools used to rub and the machines used to print
5: Various kinds of paper
6: Sumi (black ink) and ink
7: Wood-block printing and letterpress printng
8: Xylographs and copperplates
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タイトル 『History of Japanese printing culture(日本印刷文化史英語版)』
著 者  凸版印刷(株) 印刷博物館
発行元  凸版印刷(株) 印刷博物館
発行年  2020年10月7日
体 裁  A5判・516ページ
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