Author: United States. Army Map ServicePublish On: 1945
Map Series AMS L561, L571, L591 [and] W511, 1:250,000 United States. Army Map Service ... Miyakonojo, City . ... Miyako-wan, Bay Miyakubo Miyakuni
Miyamagi Miyamori Miyamoto Miyamoto Miyamoto Miyamoto Miyamoto .
The city nevertheless weathered these changes by enduring as a cultural center,
securing its place as Japan's most famous city, and becoming a leading ... Hand-
painted maps, the first genre to emerge, were initially tied to urban planning and city management. ... Printed about 1626, “Record of the Capital” (Miyako no ki ...
Author: Kären Wigen
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Introduction to Part II - Kären Wigen -- Mapping the City -- 13. Characteristics of Premodern Urban Space - Tamai Tetsuo -- 14. Evolving Cartography of an Ancient Capital - Uesugi Kazuhiro -- 15. Historical Landscapes of Osaka - Uesugi Kazuhiro -- 16. The Urban Landscape of Early Edo in an East Asian Context - Tamai Tetsuo -- 17. Spatial Visions of Status - Ronald P. Toby -- 18. The Social Landscape of Edo - Paul Waley -- 19. What Is a Street? - Mary Elizabeth Berry -- Sacred Sites and Cosmic Visions -- 20. Locating Japan in a Buddhist World - D. Max Moerman
Lessons from the Great East Japan Earthquake Federica Ranghieri, Mikio
Ishiwatari. Figure 36.1 Figure 36.2 Figure 36.3 Figure 36.4 Figure 36.5 Figure
36.6 MAPS Map O.1 Map O.2 Map 1.1 Map 1.2 Map 3.1 Map 5.1 Map 10.1 Map
11.1 Map ... tsunami height An example of a tsunami hazard map, Miyako City,
Iwate Prefecture Inundation area: Hazard map versus actual Interface ofthe MLIT
hazard map ...
Author: Federica Ranghieri
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Category: Political Science
While not all natural disasters can be avoided, their impact on a population can be mitigated through effective planning and preparedness. These are the lessons to be learned from Japan's own megadisaster: the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011, the fi rst disaster ever recorded that included an earthquake, a tsunami, a nuclear power plant accident, a power supply failure, and a large-scale disruption of supply chains. It is a sad fact that poor communities are often hardest hit and take the longest to recover from disaster. Disaster risk management (DRM) should therefore be taken into account as a major development challenge, and countries must shift from a tradition of response to a culture of prevention and resilience. Learning from Megadisasters: Lessons from the Great East Japan Earthquake consolidates a set of 36 Knowledge Notes, research results of a joint study undertaken by the Government of Japan and the World Bank. These notes highlight key lessons learned in seven DRM thematic clusters—structural measures; nonstructural measures; emergency response; reconstruction planning; hazard and risk information and decision making; the economics of disaster risk, risk management, and risk fi nancing; and recovery and relocation. Aimed at sharing Japanese cutting-edge knowledge with practitioners and decision makers, this book provides valuable guidance to other disaster-prone countries for mainstreaming DRM in their development policies and weathering their own natural disasters.
817 Irabu Irabu, Miyakojima, Okinawa 906-0503 ∑ villabu.jp e Google Map Miyako Islands 宮古諸島⌂ 200 miles ... Hirara town, a former city now merged
with other towns in the area to make up the city Miyakojima, is Miyako Island's ...
Author: DK Eyewitness
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Konnichiwa from one of the most fascinating countries on earth. Whether you want to see cherry blossoms in Kyoto, speed through the countryside aboard a shinkansen, or shop til you drop in futuristic Shibuya, your DK Eyewitness travel guide makes sure you experience all Japan has to offer. Japan is a land of contrast - think tranquil zen gardens and peaceful pagodas, neon-lit cities and robot restaurants. Our annually updated guide brings the country to life, transporting you there like no other travel guide does with expert-led insights and advice, detailed breakdowns of all the must-see sights, photographs on practically every page, and our and our hand-drawn illustrations which place you inside the country's iconic buildings and neighbourhoods. - our pick of Japan's must-sees, top experiences, and hidden gems - the best spots to eat, drink, shop, and stay - detailed maps and walks which make navigating the city easy - easy-to-follow itineraries - expert advice: get ready, get around, and stay safe - colour-coded chapters to every part of Japan, from Tokyo to Kyoto, Okinawa to Osaka - our new lightweight format, so you can take your guide with you wherever you go Planning a city break? Try out DK Eyewitness Tokyo or our pocket friendly DK Eyewitness Top 10 Tokyo.
Designed 'for the adventurous traveler and containing all the maps you'll need on
your explorations, this atlas ... 5c Mt Hiei Okayama Shikoku Miyako-jima __
Hachijo-iima Uji Town Detailed City Maps www.tuttlepublishing.com Printed in ...
Author: Tuttle Publishing,
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Finding your way around Japan is a breeze with this handy Tuttle travel atlas. Designed for the adventurous traveler and containing all the maps you'll need on your explorations, this atlas includes many views and insets not available elsewhere. The perfect travel guide, this atlas is conveniently divided into chapters covering the major regions of Japan, including Tokyo, Mt. Fuji and around Tokyo, Central Honshu, Kyoto, Kansai, Hiroshima and Western Honshu, Northern Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa & the Southwest Islands. Each of the 148 maps in this atlas are easy-to-follow and are presented in a logical manner. Emphasis is placed on the most frequently-visited areas, and all cities, towns, villages and places of interest are indexed for quick reference.. All roads are color-coded with major arteries in bright yellow and orange. All key landmarks are highlighted—including airports, beaches, temples, hotels, shops, restaurants, shopping malls, consulates, government offices, hospitals, clinics, police stations, schools, parks, banks, golf courses and more! Maps are shown at various scales, but are large enough to see details. User-friendly indexes at the back list all streets, towns, villages and buildings for quick reference. COMPREHENSIVE: Covers every major town and tourist area in Japan. INFORMATIVE: Gives precise locations of popular sights, including hotels, restaurants, temples, shopping malls and other essential landmarks. PRACTICAL: The handy size, well-designed key maps and comprehensive indexes help you find your destination quickly. RELIABLE: The maps in this atlas are thoroughly researched and regularly updated by Tuttle Publishing—the leading publisher of Asia Pacific maps.
The spatial configuration described above for Kyoto can equally be applied to
Edo after it became the miyako . Maeda Ai HiB , in Toshi kūkan no naka no
bungaku BitiMots too * * ( Literature within Urban Space ) , describes maps of
Edo as ...
9.2 Dialect divisions For the reader's convenience , a map of Japan is provided
below with areas referred to in the text identified with numbers . ... 190 , which
shows accentual distinctions made in major cities ranging from the northern city
of Aomori on Honshū to the southern city of ... major distributional patterns of 53
Tokunoshima 54 Miyako 55 Ishigaki 56 Hateruma 57 Yonaguni 9 Dialects 187
Author: Masayoshi Shibatani
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Foreign Language Study
A survey of the two main indigenous languages of Japan includes the most comprehensive study of the polysynthetic Ainu language yet to appear in English as well as a comprehensive analysis of Japanese linguistics.
Author: Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum (Berlin)Publish On: 1994
Like his map of Japan , Bellin ' s city maps were also included in many other
works and their translations , which in turn were ... The authorship of the maps of “ Miyako ” ( Kyoto ) and “ Edo ” ( Tokyo ) , by contrast , is Scheuchzer ' s alone .
Author: Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum (Berlin)
Essays by a team of international experts give the historical background to three and a half centuries of European contact with Japan and the Japanese.
city identified by Maeda, in which Sanki states that his body is national territory, is
marked by conflict among nation-states. ... suitors who surround Miyako, each, in
turn, associated with a different nation-state and a different multinational
corporation. ... Sanki's movement through the city effectively maps a conflict
Author: Seiji M. Lippit
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
What happens when a critique of modernity—a "revolt against the traditions of the Western world"—is situated within a non-European context, where the concept of the modern has been inevitably tied to the image of the West? Seiji M. Lippit offers the first comprehensive study in English of Japanese modernist fiction of the 1920s and 1930s. Through close readings of four leading figures of this movement— Akutagawa, Yokomitsu, Kawabata, and Hayashi—Lippit aims to establish a theoretical and historical framework for the analysis of Japanese modernism. The 1920s and 1930s witnessed a general sense of crisis surrounding the institution of literature, marked by both the radical politicization of literary practice and the explosion of new forms of cultural production represented by mass culture. Against this backdrop, this study traces the heterogeneous literary topographies of modernist writings. Through an engagement with questions of representation, subjectivity, and ideology, it situates the disintegration of literary form in these texts within the writers' exploration of the fluid borderlines of Japanese modernity.
The city maps given away at the hotels explain the system and help strangers to
understand and use them . To reach the Miyako Hotel board a car that starts from
a point 100 or more yards at the right of the Main Station , and ask for a transfer ...
Bicycle Citizens: The Political World of the Japanese Housewife, by Robin M.
LeBlanc . ... Republican Beijing: The City and Its Histories, by Madeleine Yue
Dong . ... by Andrew D. Morris Vicarious Language: Gender and Linguistic
Modernity in Japan, by Miyako Inoue Japan in Print: ... Goujian in Twentieth-
Century China, by Paul A. Cohen A Malleable Map: Geographies of Restoration
in Central Japan, ...
Author: Andrew Gordon
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Since its early days of mass production in the 1850s, the sewing machine has been intricately connected with the global development of capitalism. Andrew Gordon traces the machine’s remarkable journey into and throughout Japan, where it not only transformed manners of dress, but also helped change patterns of daily life, class structure, and the role of women. As he explores the selling, buying, and use of the sewing machine in the early to mid-twentieth century, Gordon finds that its history is a lens through which we can examine the modern transformation of daily life in Japan. Both as a tool of production and as an object of consumer desire, the sewing machine is entwined with the emergence and ascendance of the middle class, of the female consumer, and of the professional home manager as defining elements of Japanese modernity.
Author: J. Charles SchenckingPublish On: 2013-07-02
... only the Tokyo nichinichishinbun, the Hōchishinbun, and the Miyakoshinbun
survived the quake and fires with their buildings and printing presses intact. ... To
most individuals of eastern Japan, the disaster needed no construction or
dramatization. ... In its first postdisaster publication on September 5, the paper
displayed a hand-drawn map of the burned out areas of Tokyo and followed this
with detailed instructions on how Tokyo inhabitants could best leave the city to
Author: J. Charles Schencking
Publisher: Columbia University Press
In September 1923, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake devastated eastern Japan, killing more than 120,000 people and leaving two million homeless. Using a rich array of source material, J. Charles Schencking tells for the first time the graphic tale of Tokyo's destruction and rebirth. In emotive prose, he documents how the citizens of Tokyo experienced this unprecedented calamity and explores the ways in which it rattled people's deep-seated anxieties about modernity. While explaining how and why the disaster compelled people to reflect on Japanese society, he also examines how reconstruction encouraged the capital's inhabitants to entertain new types of urbanism as they rebuilt their world. Some residents hoped that a grandiose metropolis, reflecting new values, would rise from the ashes of disaster-ravaged Tokyo. Many, however, desired a quick return of the city they once called home. Opportunistic elites advocated innovative state infrastructure to better manage the daily lives of Tokyo residents. Others focused on rejuvenating society—morally, economically, and spiritually—to combat the perceived degeneration of Japan. Schencking explores the inspiration behind these dreams and the extent to which they were realized. He investigates why Japanese citizens from all walks of life responded to overtures for renewal with varying degrees of acceptance, ambivalence, and resistance. His research not only sheds light on Japan's experience with and interpretation of the earthquake but challenges widespread assumptions that disasters unite stricken societies, creating a "blank slate" for radical transformation. National reconstruction in the wake of the Great Kanto Earthquake, Schencking demonstrates, proved to be illusive.
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