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Kobusho to sono Jidai, pp. 229–60. 37 Dowa Kogyo KK, Shichijunen no Kaiko, p. 22. ), Ani-cho Shi, pp. 736–40. 39 Dowa Kogyo KK, Shichijunen no Kaiko, pp. 29–32. 40 “Sangyo Kakumei no Nihon-teki Tenkai,” p. 21. 41 Wada Tsunashiro, The Mining Industry of Japan during the Last Twenty Five Years 1867–1892 (Tokyo: Tokyo Tsukiji Type Foundry, 1893), p. 1. 42 For Furukawa’s strategies and the pollution problem see Notehelfer, “Japan’s First Pollution Incident,” esp. pp. 365–83. 43 Bureau of Mines, Department of Agriculture and Commerce in Japan, Mining in Japan Past and Present (Tokyo: Bureau of Mines, Dept.

For Japan, Tajiri’s knowledge was 28 Katalin Ferber dynamic, sophisticated and, most importantly, new. Unlike the ‘great men’, Tajiri was only 18 at the time of the restoration and had no significant experience of either the restoration itself or the pre-Meiji period. Moreover, while the Meiji government fought to achieve financial liquidity and pacify the political enemies of the restoration, Tajiri was in fact busy overseas acquiring his new knowledge. It is important to recognise, however, that Tajiri did not return to Japan and suddenly transform Japan’s pre-Meiji institutions.

9–11. 18 Sasaki, “Zenkindai Kogyo no seiritsu,” pp. 192–95. 19 Totman, History of Japan, pp. 254–56. See also Conrad Totman, The Origins of Japan’s Modern Forests: The Case of Akita (Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press, 1985), esp. pp. 13–22, on deforestation in Akita. Mining, as Totman points out (p. 9), was part of the problem. 20 Kobata, Atsushi, Kozan no Rekishi (Tokyo: Shibundo, 1956), pp. 132–77. 21 Uchida, Hoshimi, “Gijutsu Iten,” in Nishikawa, Shunsaku and Abe, Takeshi (eds), Sangyo no Jidai 1, vol.

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