The first Japanese embassy to the United States of America, : sent to Washington in 1860 as the first of the series of embassies specially sent abroad by the Tokugawa shogunate.
|出版者||Tokyo : The America-Japan society|
|大きさ||2 p.l., 3, 2 p., 1 l., 312 p. : 3 port. on 1 pl. ; 23 cm.|
|内容注記||Diary of the first Japanese embassy to the United States, written by Muragaki Awaji-no-Kami, vice-ambassador, translation by Mr. Shigehiko Miyoshi.--The Japanese embassy, as seen by Lieut J. I. [!] Johnston, U.S.N.--News items, gleaned from American papers issued 60 years ago and collected in Japan.--Excerpts from later publications: The great Japanese embassy, by P. Du Bois.--Our first acquaintance with the Japanese, by Dr. F. J. Steiner.|
|一般注記||Compiled by C. Shibama.
LC copy replaced by microfilm.
|著者標目||America-Japan society, Tokyo.
Johnston, James D.
|件 名||Manen Gannen Kenbei Shisetsu (Japan)
United States--Foreign relations--Japan
Japan--Foreign relations--United States
United States--Description and travel