It covers from the time Fukuzawa Yukichi
(1835-1901), the founder of Keio Gijuku University in Tokyo and Japan's leading intellectual, invited the first American Unitarian missionary to Japan until the mission was closed.
There is Yukichi
Yamamatsu's Stupid Guy Goes to India (2008) and its sequel Stupid Guy Goes Back to India (2010), which my own company published in English translation--but those are by a Japanese author, and were originally published in Japan.
TOKYO - Nationally known columnist Yukichi
Amano died of interstitial pneumonia at a Tokyo hospital Sunday, his family said.
Mano, Hitotsubashi University, and Tetsushi Sonobe, "Teaching KAIZEN to Small Business Owners: An Experiment in a Metalworking Cluster in Nairobi"
Mills's Subjection of Women, writes that "in the beginning of the Meiji period (1868-1912), those who spoke of improving the status of women were first Yukichi
Fukuzawa, then Arinori Mori, and then later Toshiko Kishida and Hideko Kageyama.
The seminal Japanese thinker Fukuzawa Yukichi
put it simply: "A hundred volumes of international law are no match for a few cannon.
About Keio University - Keio University is the oldest private university in Japan, originally established as a private school in 1858 by Yukichi
When she cast of hir smok, war's a game doesn't amount to Hannah Fukuzawa Yukichi
(1834-1901)--remember Christ our Savior was born, and she lives in our alley the woods are full of them.
Keio has a proud history as Japan's very first private institution of higher learning, which dates back to the formation of a school for Dutch studies in 1858 in Edo (now Tokyo) by founder Yukichi
Notably, one of the younger members of that first Japanese delegation was Fukuzawa Yukichi
, the founder of this university.
Fukuzawa as a Western and Japanese Thinker: The Early Thought of Fukuzawa Yukichi
Fukuzawa: A promulgator of Western rhetoric in Japan.