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2017, Vol., No.47

  • 1.

    Study on the exchange through a letter sent by the Bashō to Masahide.

    Heo Kon | 2017, (47) | pp.7~25 | number of Cited : 0
    Bashō was utilized to write the Haikai as an important means to the reform. Through a letter sent by Bashō to Masahide, economically helped to record the contents Bashō. And there are more records to share the spiritual world in life. The contents are worried with the development of Syomong Haikai is recorded. Although the presence of Masahide, the initial letter of support for economically Bashō, the latter is recorded in the presence of cooperation in the reform of the Bashō's Haikai. And you can check that goes to develop relationships that accompany the Bashō and Masahide share with their thoughts. Therefore, it can be confirmed through letters, Masahide is simply a person who only economic assistance to Bashō is that it was not. Masahide can be found and participate in the reform of the Bashō's Haikai, through a letter that there was a shared life with Bashō.
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    A Study on the effects of Western Painting on Modern Japanese literature - Focused on " Nature and Life " and " Sketch of Chikuma River" -

    Kim, Nan-Hee | 2017, (47) | pp.27~43 | number of Cited : 0
    This paper looked at the sketches that appeared in modern Japanese literature. A sketch is a method of Western art. It is an observation of nature from outdoors. I note that the method of sketching has influenced Japanese writers. This paper revolved around Roka's "Nature and life" and Toson's "sketch of Chikuma River". "Nature and life" is characterized by a description of nature. So it had a great influence on the young generation of the Meiji Era. He described as a technique of Impressionism, which focuses on light and color. Toson's work reveals realism and empirical spirit. He discribed people who live in a poor environment. Humans can survive by obeying nature, sometimes. Toson described it dynamically as if it were a painting by Millet. The method of sketch is the spirit of positivism of the Meiji Era.
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    One consideration on the gage-Kiyo mono - Focusing in Kusazōshi-

    Kim Mi-Ok | 2017, (47) | pp.45~64 | number of Cited : 0
    Taira no Kagekiyo(平景清)was a samurai of the Taira clan who took part in the Genpei War of Japan, against the Minamoto clan. He was captured at the battle of Dan-no-ura in 1185. In 1196, Kagekiyo then allowed himself to starve to death at the new capital of Kamakura. Kagekiyo is perhaps most famous for his appearance in the eleventh chapter of the fictionalized epic The Tale of Heike, in the section called The Dropped Bow(弓流). Kagekiyo starred a warrior in the The Tale of the Heike. But through Yōkyoku in the The Kagekiyo, Daibutu-Kuyou, Japanese Traditional Music(幸若舞)Kagekiyo, the character, Kagekiyo was getting enlarged and grown in Japanese classical puppet play Career Kagekiyo, written by Chikamatsu Monzaemon. Japanese Traditional Music Kagekiyo can be called the best dramatic work in the middle era. This research will provide clues on the background of Kage-Kiyo has emerged as a loyalist Heike. In addition, the study will be an opportunity for a new way of thinking about the Kage-Kiyo study.
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    In the 1860s, the art of James Tisso and the use of Japanese art

    milim Lee | 2017, (47) | pp.65~86 | number of Cited : 2
    The works of Tissot, Manet, Monet, Degas, Whistler, Georges Croegaert (1848-1923)and many other Impressionist painters are constantly appearing on the screen. Degas' portraits of Tissot are also a message that Tissot was a special painter who took charge of the circumstances of the Paris flower garden at the time, who was enthusiastic about Japanese taste, and the picture map of Akita Ke who was the head of the Delegation of the Paris Expo. In addition The portrait of Tisso is unique in that it is related to the problem of denying the long-standing perspective / perspettiva tradition in Western art at the time. At that time, the painters of the French art scene accepted Nishiki as a fresh shock to the bold composition of the screen, simplification of form, intense color contrast, soft shading. As a result, japanism has become an occasion to open up the possibility of new artistic development of French art. In the paintings of a series of painters such as Braque and Picasso in the early 20th century, spatial representation and depth of spatial disappear, and they did little to conform to the order of perspective, and had little influence on the entry into cubism that reshaped the space.
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    A Study on Seniority System of Kyoji in Japanese Sumo Society

    Kim Yongui | 2017, (47) | pp.87~103 | number of Cited : 0
    The term seniority came to the attention of the American business scholar James Christian Abegglen in his book, as a representative feature of Japanese management, along with lifetime employment and unions in the business. Japanese society is still functioning with meaning in the seniority system. Sumo society is one of them. Sumo is a traditional culture strongly dominated by nationalistic colors, as can be seen that it is called the “Gyoji(行司)" of Japan. The official convention of Sumo is called Honbasyo(本場所). During the Honbasyo show, a lot of people are mobilized. Rikishi(力士), a contestant who competes directly with Sumo, as well as Gyoji, a judge who makes a decision on a Sumo wrestling match, Yobidashi(呼出し), who calls for a player to appear and Tokoyama(床山), who is responsible for the burials, are all essential for process of Ozumo(大相撲). There is a strict hierarchy in each of these organizations, and the seniority is commonly dominant. In this paper, we analyze the case of seniority, which still has important meaning in Japanese society, by studying the origins of Gyoji, the qualifications of Gyoji, the mission of Gyoji, the class of Gyoji and the promotion system. It is meaningful to consider how the seniority system works in Japan.