By: Ernest Satow
424 pages, no illustrations
Originally published in 1921.
Japan opened its doors to the western world in 1854, and saw the beginning of the Meiji Restoration in 1868. Satow was near the centre of these events, and knew or met all of the key figures in pre-Restoration and Restoration Japan, experiences which he vividly describes here.
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