Nippon Magazine (pp42-43)

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Title

Nippon Magazine (pp42-43)

Subject

Manchoukuo [Manzhouguo]

Description

Photographs curated to display elements of Japanese culture and provide insights to this cultural advance into Manchuria. The CIRN Exhibition (QUB, Sept 2019) displayed the map on the back cover of the magazine. This map shows Japan's transport links to the rest of the world, through Manchoukuo [Manzhouguo]. This article from Nippon Magazine shows Manchoukuo locations, with an emphasis resting on Japan as a bringer of development to traditional Manchoukuo.

Creator

Yonosuke Natori

Source

Nippon Magazine: A multilingual pictorial journal launched in 1934, produced by Yonosuke Natori, through his agency, Nippon Kobo, with the aim of promoting Japan and Japanese culture abroad. The magazine's last issue was published at the end of the war in 1945.

Publisher

The Board of Tourist Industry (Japan)

Date

Magazine published 1934-1945.

Contributor

Professor Peter O'Connor

Rights

This item is taken from the personal collection of Professor Peter O'Connor.

Language

English / Japanese

Identifier

CIRN 1.2.1

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Original Format

Magazine

Citation

Yonosuke Natori , “Nippon Magazine (pp42-43),” Competing Imperialisms in Northeast Asia - Digital Exhibitions, accessed March 1, 2024, https://asia-belfast.net/cirn/omeka/items/show/33.

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