Revue française du Japon
Publiée sous le Patronage de la société de Langue Française. Wa-Futsu Horitsu Gakko, Tokyo
1ère année, 1ère livr. (janv. 1892) - 5e année, 6e livr. (dec. 1897)
59 issues in 56 volumes with commentary. 2,600 pp.
Size: 148 × 210 mm.
Publication year: 2007
Launched and headed by Gustave Boissonade ― major contributor to the development of modern Japanese law–this magazine, which began as the journal of Wa-Futsu Horitsu Gakko, forerunner of Hosei University, was one of only a handful general monthly magazines in the mid-Meiji era offering large volumes of vital information in French. As well as covering political, legal and economic issues, articles include items on Japanese charities, terakoya temple schools, impressions of travels in Hokkaido, Japanese music, the Yokosuka naval yards, and the activities of a delegation of French military advisors to the Japanese army. A versatile resource for academic studies of Franco-Japanese relations, the Japanese legal system, and modern/contemporary Japanese history.
2me Annee: Nos.13-24(Jan. - Dec. 1893)
3me Annee: Nos.25-36(Jan. - Dec. 1894)
4me Annee (Nouvelle Serie): Nos.1-12 (Jan. - Dec. 1895)
5me Annee (Nouvelle Serie): Nos.13-17 (Jan. - Mai 1896)
(Troisieme Series): Nos.1-6 (Juillet - Dec. 1897)