Kamakura and the Edo - Middle Ages and early modern samurai―
Kamakura and Edo were the government location of the Shogunate put in East Japan. However, way of thinking of samurai is greatly different from the Kamakura era when power of the family was strong in the Edo era when the Shogunate had big power. We display remains which we excavated in Kamakura and Chiyoda-ku showing document about the family and daimyo, direct feudatory of a shogun or government city maintenance this time and introduce what kind of thought the Middle Ages and early modern samurai had.
Saturday, November 9 "making of castle and city maintenance of Edo"
Lecturer: Akio Tanigawa (House of Waseda University human science arts and sciences's professor)
The Saturday, November 16 "making of city of government city, Kamakura"
Lecturer: Shinnichiro Takahashi (University of Tokyo historical materials editing place associate professor)
Time: From 13:30 to 15:30 capacity: 60 tuition: Each time 200 yen
Place: Hibiya book culture building the fourth floor studio plus (small hall)
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The first Thursday, November 21 "use of land of city, Kamakura to look at in remains" <reception desk end>
Lecturer: Yoichiro Suzuki (Kamakura-shi cultural assets section)
The second Thursday, November 28 "samurai of the Middle Ages and the early modern times" <reception desk end>
Lecturer: Kazuma Saito (Hibiya book culture building)
Apply for the number of people, full name, address, phone number after specification in telephone, one of the E-mails.
We accept as soon as we reach capacity and are finished.
Hibiya book culture building cultural assets office: Telephone (03-3502-3348), E-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)