Shakushain's Revolt of 1669 : A study of a war between the Ainu and the Japanese Shakushain's Revolt of 1669 : A study of a war between the Ainu and the Japanese

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The incident known, to the Japanese, as Kanmon Ku Nen No Ezo Hoki ("Ainu Uprising of Kanmon 9th Year"), or Shakushain No Ran ("Shakushain's Revolt"), took place in 1669 on Hokkaido. It began with the slaughter of some 270 Japanese by the Ainu, when the Japanese visited Ainu villages. The Japanese authorities in Hokkaido were so astonished at the scale of the massacre that they requested relief armies from the main island. At the same time, they prepared themselves for a wholesale war against the total Ainu population on that island. The physical confrontations of this war lasted into the following year, 1670. The final settlement was brought about in 1672. This study is a reconstruction of that war, using the Japanese sources.

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  • 神奈川県立外語短期大学紀要 総合編

    神奈川県立外語短期大学紀要 総合編 1(0), 56-85, 1979

    県立施設 神奈川県立国際言語文化アカデミア

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    110004689021
  • 本文言語コード
    ENG
  • ISSN
    0388-1687
  • データ提供元
    NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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