Serial Number 637


Politics and Society in Fourteenth-Century Kyoto: Reading the Gion-sha Syake Kiroku
Akiko Mieda:Introduction to the Special Edition

Articles on the Year Shohei 7 (Jan.-June) of the Gion-sha Syake Kiroku:
  A List of the Revised Texts


Mai Otsubo:The Inner Organization of Gion-sha in the Nanboku-cho Era

Makoto Tanaka: The Nature of Gion-sha Documents in the Medieval Era:
  A Consideration of the System of Preservation

Hirokazu Tsuji: Dwellings and Housing in Gion-sha in the Nanboku-cho Era

Takuji Hanada:The Significance of the Shogun-ke Oshishiki in the Nanboku-cho Era:
  A Reconsideration of Kensen, Jyosei, and Seishun and Their Fight over the Shigyoshiki

Takanori Yoshinaga:Reorganization of Gion Shrine's Manorial Estates:
  Kensen and Hahakabe Estate in Tanba Province


Risa Sugitani: The Reality of Angoe in Medeival Gion-sha

Kotaro Suzuki:A Study of Naorai(feast) and Jinku(Offerings to Kami)
  in the Gionsha of "Shyake-kiroku"


Fumiko Kamada: Insights into the Real Conditions and an Analysis of
  "Shougaku Kan-i-ka" (小学簡易科/Simplified Primary School)
  in Nara Prefecture: Applications Concerning the Establishment
  of Shougaku Kan-i-ka in the Year Meiji 20
as the Main Source

Xiaojing Chen: The Difference of the Meanings of Synonyms in Katakana
  and Kanji: The Semantic Difference of "Care" and "Kaigo"

Tokumi Kodama:On Linguistic Analyses

Naoyuki Hayashi:The Sovereign State and World Federalism-UN Centrism
  in Post-War Japan

Hideki Tani:The Changes of the Location of King Zhou
  — the Unification by Two Kings in the Western Zhou Dynasty

Yoritaka Ikuta:The Situation in Guangdong and Guangzhou
  after Chen Jiongming's Rebellion: the Trade Group Affair
  and the Movements of Military Cliques

March 2014
Edited by
The Literary Association of Ritsumeikan University Kyoto, Japan