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In the research for the Kaichitsujo and `the title of a Japanese King` of Shogun in the early 18th century

Jhang, Hye-jin 1

1한양대학교

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ABSTRACT

This article is pursuing the diplomatic transformation of Japan against Kaichitsujo(華夷秩序) of the China dynasty after the reversal of China and the barbarians, from the end of the 17 century to the early 18th century. It is considered the title of a Japanese King as a keyword. In the early 18th century Japan, the Qing(China) and Jungar battle after the reversal of China and the barbarians was followed by. And Asian countries political and economic which belonged to kaichitsujo have been unstable. Southeast Asian countries are often happening war and infighting. It was taken part in forces of China and Europe. And pirate activities become active around a southeast sea area. To grasp such situation, Japan also had to figure out the information. To be seperate from Kaichitsujo of the China dynasty, Japan actively used chinaese and Dutch ships. And Japan had plans to build new international relations. Also to settle international problems, it enhanced the position of daimyo and hatamoto which was connected to foreign countries, and tried to change the diplomatic title of Shogun. Japan asked Choseontongsinsa to a Korean letter which was written as a Japanese King. This ‘a Japanese King’ was unrelated to a Chinese official rank system. In other words a Japanese King was a Japanese original diplomat title of Shogun to do not have no relation with China. This is different from the interpretation about a Japanese king of the 17th century. Also means the positioning of a Japanese King is changing.

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