The Seventeenth-Century Tang Ship Trade in the Revised Edition of “An Investigation of Trade between China and the Barbarians”

Authors

  • Man Que

Keywords:

Sino-Japanese Maritime Trade; The Revised Edition of “An Investigation of Trade between China and the Barbarians”; Tang Ships.

Abstract

Nishikawa Joken's The Revised Edition of “An Investigation of Trade between China and the Barbarians” provides a detailed overview of trade in Nagasaki, Japan under the lock-up system in the 17th century. The document contains a large number of China-related records, from which a side view of Chinese overseas trade during this period can be obtained. Not only does the document clearly list the local products of China's inland provinces, but it also shows that Chinese merchants and merchant ships played an important role in Japan's trade with East and Southeast Asia.

References

Sheng Xueyan, “A Study of Sino-Japanese Relations in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”, Shandong Normal University, May 2006.

Li Wenming, “The Maritime Commerce in An Investigation of Trade between China and the Barbarians (Ka i tsusho ko) and Its Enlarged Edition”, Northeast Asia Journal, No. 5, September 2018.

Nishikawa Joken, The Revised Edition of “An Investigation of Trade between China and the Barbarians”, Japan Economic Series, vol. 5, Japan Economic Series Publishing Association, 1914-1915, p. 241.

Matsuura Akira, “Studies on the History of Overseas Trade in the Qing Dynasty (Previous book)”, Tianjin People's Publishing House, p252, May 2016.

Matsuura Akira: “The Logistic of Movements of People to East and Southeast Asia Conducted by Chinese Junks during the Qing Dynasty”, Proceedings of the East-West Academic Research Institute of Kanto University, P46, April 2015.

Matsuura Akira: “The Logistic of Movements of People to East and Southeast Asia Conducted by Chinese Junks during the Qing Dynasty”, Proceedings of the East-West Academic Research Institute of Kanto University, P52, April 2015.

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Published

07-11-2022

How to Cite

Que, M. (2022). The Seventeenth-Century Tang Ship Trade in the Revised Edition of “An Investigation of Trade between China and the Barbarians”. BCP Education & Psychology, 7, 164–167. Retrieved from http://bcpublication.org/index.php/EP/article/view/2630