7 edition of Women of the Mito Domain found in the catalog.
March 26, 2001
by Stanford University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Kate Nakai (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
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by Kikue Yamakawa, Kate Wildman Nakai | Read Reviews. "The book is a treasure house of immensely informative material An important addition to the small body of English-language works on the Brand: Stanford University Press.
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The author focuses on the unremarked lives of. Maps --Introduction --Women of the Mito Domain: Preface --The routine of the school --The days of a housewife --Learning one's letters --At needlework school --Dress --Grooming --Food --Dwellings --Amusements --Cousins and aunts --Marriage and divorce --The turmoil of '64 --Time of trial --The restoration and women --Notes on Late-Tokugawa Mito.
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Women of the Mito domain: recollections of samurai family life / Yamakawa Kikue ; translated and with an introduction by Kate Wildman Nakai University of Tokyo Press [Tokyo] Australian/Harvard Citation.
Yamakawa, Kikue. & Nakai, Kate Wildman. & Yamakawa, Kikue. Kikue Yamakawa’s Women of the Mito Domain: Recollections of Samurai Family Life (Amazon) is very informative about the social and cultural lives of the residents, especially the women, of the Mito domain prior to the Meiji Restoration.
The book relies primarily on. Mito-han (Japan) - History - 19th century.; Women - Japan - Mito.; Women - Japan - Mito-han - Social conditions. Summary Read a summary Contents. Machine derived contents note: Maps ; Introduction ; Part I.
Women of the Mito Domain: Preface ; 1. The routine of the school ; 2. The days of a housewife ; 3. Learning one's letters ; 4. At. This whole section is misleading in implying that female samurai existed during the Edo or Tokugawa period.
For reading discussing women with martial training the book "Women of the Mito Domain" discusses noblewomen being trained with naginata but they were not samurai or soldiers. However, basic martial arts training remained part of the upbringing of many warrior caste women, as in the Mito domain in eastern Honshu and Satsuma domain in southern Kyushu.
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