The Ocean in Japanese Literature: An Overview

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The Ocean in Japanese Literature: An Overview

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1. Bureau of Statistics, Statistical Handbook of Japan (Tokyo: Statistical Bureau's Management and Coordination Agency, 1988). 2. R. S. Lee, "Legislative Approaches to Coastal Area and Resource Manage- ment," in Development and Management of Resources of Coastal Areas, ed. K. Szekielda and B. Breuer (New York: German Foundation for International Development and United Nations, 1976), pp. 438-44. 3. T. Tanigawa et al., New Marine Area Use Technical Manzcal (Tokyo: Fuji Tech- nosystems, 1978). 4. Tsuneo Akaha, Japan in Global Ocean Politics (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press and Law of the Sea Institute, 1985).

5. Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), White Paper on Interna- tional Trade and Industry (Tokyo: MITI, 1982). 6. Akaha (n. 4 above). 7. Harvey A. Shapiro, "Japan's Coastal Environment and Responses to Its Changes," in The Coastal Zone: Man's Response to Change, ed. Kenneth Ruddle (Geneva: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1988), pp. 491-519. Editors' note.-See also the arti- cle by Shapiro, "The Landfilled Coast of Japan's Inland Sea," in Ocean Yearbook 7, ed. Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Norton Ginsburg, and Joseph R. Morgan (Chicago: Univer- sity of Chicago Press, 1988), pp. 294-316. 8. "565 km of Coast Lost to Development in 6 Years," Mainichi Daily News (12 November 1985): 8. 9. Harvey A. Shapiro and T. Zanic, "Coastal Citizens' Movements in Japan and California," in Coastal Zone '83, ed. Orville T. Magoon (New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1983), pp. 1803-22; Harvey A. Shapiro, "More on Japan's Inland Sea Coastal Citizens' Movements," in Coastal Zone '85, ed. Orville T. Magoon (New York: ASCE, 1985), pp. 2110-27; Harvey A. Shapiro, "Still More on Japan's Inland Sea Coastal Citizens' Movements," in Coastal Zone '87, ed. Orville T. Magoon (New York: ASCE, 1987), pp. 2197-2208. 10. I. L. McHarg, "The Place of Nature in the City," from a lecture presented at a meeting of the Japan Association for the International Garden and Flower Exposi- tion (EXPO 90), Tokyo, 5 December 1988.

11. R. H. P. Mason and J. C. Caiger, A History of Japan (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1972). 12. W. G. Aston, A History of Japanese Literature (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1972). 13. B. H. Chamberlain, The Kojiki: Records of Ancient Matters (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1981). 14. Aston (n. 12 above). 15. T. Kimura, "Umi no Nihon bungakushi" (History of Japanese sea literature), Meijyo Journal no. 3 (September 1903): 56-63.

16. Aston (n. 12 above), p. 12. 17. Ibid., p. 33. 18. William Theodore de Bary, ed., Manyoshu: The Nippon Gakujutsu Shinkokai's Translation of One Thousand Poems (New York: Columbia University Press, 1969), p. 128.

19. Ibid., pp. 216-18. 20. William N. Porter, trans., Ki no Tsurayuki's The Tosa Diary (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1981). 21. L. R. Rodd and M. C. Henkenius, trans., Kokinshu (Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press and Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984), pp. 210, 133.

22. H. Naito, Legends of Japan (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1972), pp. 11-16. 23. Aston (n. 12 above).

24. T. M. Hawley, "The Whale: A Large Figure in the Collective Unconscious; or, A Freudian Field Day," Oceanus 32, no. 1 (spring 1989): 117-18.

25. Lafcadio Hearn, Gleanings in Buddha-Fields: Studies of Hand and Soul in the Far East (Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Co., 1897), pp. 16-27.

26. Mason and Caiger (n. 11 above), p. 198.

27. Ibid., p. 199. 28. D. C. Buchanan, One Hundred Famous Haiku (Tokyo: Japan Publishing Co., 1973), p. 23. 29. Y. Miyamoto, Umi to Nihonjin (The sea and the Japanese) (Tokyo: Yasaka Shobo, 1987). 30. Two interviews with Professor Shunitsu Nakakoji, scholar of Chinese and Japanese literature, March and August 1986, Takarazuka, Osaka, Japan.

31. Interview with Ms. Michio Yamashita, poet and writer, in Yokohama, Japan, December 1988. 32. N. Ishimo, "Gaikoku to Nihonjin" (Other countries and the Japanese), in Nihon no Kaiyomin (The sea race of Japan), ed. J. Miyamoto et al. (Tokyo: Miraisha, 1974), pp. 73-81. 33. T. Haga, "Umi to Nihonjin" (The sea and the Japanese), in Umi to bunmei (Sea and civilization), ed. T. Hamada (Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 1987), pp. 3-37.

34. E. O. Reischauer, Japan: The Story of a Nation (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1974). 35. Miyamoto (n. 29 above). 36. Ibid. 37. K. Yanagita, Kaiyo no Michi (Road on the sea), new edition, vol. 12 (Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo, 1972). 38. Haga (n. 33 above), p. 5 (author's translation). 39. 1. Nakano, trans., 101 Faaorite Songs Taught in Japanese Schools (Tokyo: Japan Times, 1983), p. 68.

40. Ibid., p. 117. 41. Ibid., p. 226. 42. Interview with Ms. Makiko Habu, poet and writer, in Yokohama, Japan, December 1988.

43. Y. Kurahashi, "To Die at the Estuary," translated by Dennis Keene, in Con- temporary Japanese Literature, ed. H. Hibbert (Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1977), pp. 248-81. 44. M. Ishimure, Kukaijodo (Tokyo: Kodansha, 1972). 45. K. Habu, Kindai e no majutsushi (Wizard of our times, Michiko Ishimure) (Tokyo: Ozankyaku, 1982). 46. Makiko Habu, Shishu: No to hana no hibi (Collection of poems: days of fields and flowers) (Yokohama: Habu, 1972); Makiko Habu, Shishu: Umi to Kijibato (Poems: the sea and pheasant) (Yokohama: Habu, 1974); Makiko Habu, Shishu: Watashi no minzokushi (Poems: my ethnology record) (Yokohama: Sozo-hakkosho, 1982). 47. Interview with Habu (n. 42 above). 48. Habu, Shishu: Watashi no minzokushi (n. 46 above), pp. 78-79.

49. Habu, Shishu: No to hana no hibi (n. 46 above), pp. 32-33. 50. "Court Okays Reclamation Plan: Within Mayor's Power, Illegal or Not," Mai- nichi Daily News 3 November 1988), p. 8.

51. Makiko Habu, "Hama ga ari, hito ga iru" (Where there's a beach, there are people), in Sekai Journal (January 1989): 340-46. 52. "We Need the `Nagisa,"' Surf '90 "Nagisa" Design Idea Contest, conducted by the Sagamiwan Urban Resort Festival in 1990 Association, Kanagawa Prefectural Government, Japan, p. 3.

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