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  • ISBN 0860083284
  • ISBN13 978-0860083283
  • Language English
  • Author Professor Kido Takayoshi,Professor Sidney Brown
  • Publisher University of Tokyo Press; Reprint edition (October 1, 1983)
  • Pages 546
  • Formats lrf lit mbr azw
  • Category Biography
  • Subcategory Historical
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Kido Takayoshi, also called Kido Kōin, one of the heroes of the Meiji Restoration, the overthrow of the 264-year rule by the Tokugawa family and return of power to the Japanese emperor. After the imperial restoration of 1868, Kido became one of the most effective officials in the new government. Born into an influential warrior family, Kido early became active in the politics of his han, or fief, of Chōshū. As a student of Yoshida Shōin, he was close to the group of Chōshū leaders who were to lead the movement for the overthrow of the Tokugawa. The radical elements in Kido's han began to rise in power, and, in 1862, Kido became one of Chōshū's leading officials. Kido's diary reveals an intense internal conflict between his loyalty to his home domain, Chōshū, and the greater interest of the country. He wrote often of having to fight rumors at home that he had betrayed his old friends; the idea of a nation was still relatively new in Japan and so the majority of samurai cared more for securing privileges for their own domain. Together with Saigō Takamori and Okubo Toshimichi, he is counted among what was known as the Ishin-no-Sanketsu, which means, roughly, "three great nobles of the restoration"

Kido Takayoshi (木戸 孝允) (born Wada Kogorō (和田 小五郎); August 11, 1833 – May 26, 1877), also referred to as Kido Kōin (木戸 こういん), was a Japanese statesman of the Meiji Restoration.

Kido Takayoshi (木戸 孝允) (born Wada Kogorō (和田 小五郎); August 11, 1833 – May 26, 1877), also referred to as Kido Kōin (木戸 こういん), was a Japanese statesman of the Meiji Restoration. He was known as Katsura Kogorō (桂 小五郎) during the late Tokugawa period. He is considered as one of the three great nobles who led the Restoration. Born Wada Kogorō in Hagi, Chōshū Domain (present-day Yamaguchi Prefecture), Japan as the son of Wada Masakage (和田 昌景), a samurai physician, and his second wife Seiko

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The Diary of Kido Takayoshi. Translated by Sidney Devere Brown and Akiko Hirota. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1983.

The Diary of Kido Takayoshi (Sidney DeVere Brown and Akiko Hirota, translators), Vol. I (1868–1871), Vol. II (1871–1874), Vol.

In 1871, he accompanied the Iwakura Mission on its round-the-world voyage to the United States and Europe, and was especially interested in western educational systems and politics. On his return to Japan, he became a strong advocate of the establishment of constitutional government. Realizing that Japan was not in any position to challenge the western powers in its present state, he also returned to Japan just in time to prevent an invasion of Korea (Seikanron). The Diary of Kido Takayoshi (Sidney DeVere Brown and Akiko Hirota, translators), Vol.

Professor Kido Takayoshi. Published by University of Tokyo Press, 1983. Bibliographic Details. ISBN 10: 0860083284, ISBN 13: 9780860083283. 1. Brown, Sidney Devere. Published by Univ of Tokyo Pr 1983-10-01 (1983). ISBN 10: 0860083284 ISBN 13: 9780860083283.

The moral argument,that contact with Japan would teach the Koreans to look abroad and would bring progress to that backward land, Kido used chieflyin conversationswith foreigners. Profitsfrom increased trade between Japan and Korea figuredhardly at all in Kido's rationale. July 16, 1872, Washington,Kido nikki, II, 199-2oo; September 1, 1872, London, ibid. This content downloaded from 12. 3.

Translation of: Kido Takayashi nikki. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Kido, Takayoshi, 1833-1877. Statesmen - Japan - Biography. Japan - Politics and government - 1868-1912.

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