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If, however, the city is defined geographically in terms of continuous conurbation, it begins to look even larger. The built-up area includes Kawasaki and Yokohama, the major cities which connect directly with Tokyo to the southwest, in Kanagawa Prefecture, as well as other towns and cities in Chiba Prefecture in the east and Saitama prefecture in the northwest. 17 million. 4 million, and this includes most of the built-up and commuting areas. An even larger planning region, the National Capital Region, includes four further prefectures, Yamanishi, Gunma, Toshigi and Ibaraki, and has a total population of over 40 million, representing the extreme limits of the Kanto plain and the region from which people commute to the capital.
Hudson 203 Amsterdam, André van Os 204 Korea, J. E. Hoare 205 Bermuda, Paul G. Boultbee and David F. Raine 206 Paris, Frances Chambers 207 Mali, Andrea Stamm, Dawn Bastian and Robert Myers 208 The Maghreb, Anthony G. Pazzanita 209 The Channel Islands, Vince Gardiner 210 French Guiana, Janet Crane 211 Québec, Alain-G. Gagnon 212 The Basque Region, Geoffrey West 213 Sicily, Valentina Olivastri 214 Tokyo, J. S. Eades 215 Crete, Adrian Edwards Page ix Contents PREFACE xiii INTRODUCTION xvii TOKYO AND ITS PEOPLE 1 General 1 Books of pictures and photographs 7 GEOGRAPHY 12 General 12 Districts 16 Maps and atlases 18 Earthquakes 20 The environment 22 GUIDEBOOKS 26 General 26 Museums 33 Restaurants and nightlife 35 BIOGRAPHIES, AUTOBIOGRAPHIES, MEMOIRS AND DIARIES 38 General 38 Edo period 39 Meiji period 41 Taisho and early Showa periods 51 Wartime and Occupation periods 53 Postwar period 56 HISTORY 61 General 61 Page x Edo period (1600-1868) 64 Meiji period (1868-1912) 67 Taisho and early Showa periods (1912-41) 75 The Pacific War (194145) 80 The Occupation (1945-52) 84 General 84 The Tokyo War Crimes Trial 87 The later Showa period (1952-88) 90 EDUCATION 92 General 92 History of education 94 The school system 97 Higher education 98 HEALTH AND WELFARE 102 GENDER AND SEXUALITY 105 Historical 105 Contemporary 107 IMMIGRATION AND MINORITIES 112 CRIME AND SOCIAL CONTROL 115 POLITICS AND ADMINISTRATION 120 General 120 The bureaucracy 122 The political system 126 The imperial system 131 CITY GOVERNMENT AND PLANNING 137 ARCHITECTURE 145 Historical 145 Contemporary 147 THE ECONOMY 150 FINANCE, BANKING AND THE STOCK EXCHANGE 153 EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS 160 History of labour relations 160 Postwar labour relations 162 BUSINESS, COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 168 Page xi HOUSING AND THE LAND MARKET 179 TRANSPORT 182 LITERATURE 185 History and criticism 185 Works by Japanese writers 190 Works by other writers 194 ARTS AND CRAFTS 196 General 196 Painting and woodblock printing 198 General 198 Harunobu 203 Hiroshige 203 Hokusai 206 Kiyonaga 208 Kunisada/Toyokuni III 208 Kuniyoshi 208 Sharaku 209 Utamaro 209 Yoshitoshi 210 Post-Edo prints 211 PERFORMING ARTS 213 Traditional 213 Contemporary 218 RELIGION 221 General 221 Buddhism and related sects 222 Christianity 223 Shinto and folk religion 225 Aum Shinrikyô 226 CONSUMPTION, LEISURE, POPULAR CULTURE AND SPORTS 228 General 228 Sumo 232 Baseball 234 MEDIA, PUBLISHING AND ADVERTISING 236 CINEMA 239 Page xii INFORMATION RESOURCES 241 Newspapers and magazines 241 Academic journals 243 Bibliographies 246 Directories 248 Encyclopaedias 249 Archives and libraries 251 INDEX OF AUTHORS 253 INDEX OF TITLES 263 INDEX OF SUBJECTS 279 MAPS OF TOKYO 290 Page xiii Preface This bibliography aims to provide a concise annotated guide to a selection of the more important literature on Tokyo, mainly in English but with a few items in French and German.
Bleaney 59 Romania, Rev. , Graham Shields 61 Atlantic Ocean, H. G. R. King 62 Canada, Ernest Ingles 63 Cameroon, Mark W. DeLancey and Peter J. Schraeder 64 Malta, Rev. , David M. Boswell and Brian W. Beeley 65 Thailand, Rev. , David Smyth 66 Austria, Denys Salt with the assistance of Arthur Farrand Radley 67 Norway, Leland B. Sather 68 Czechoslovakia, David Short 69 Irish Republic, Michael Owen Shannon 70 Pacific Basin and Oceania, Gerald W. Fry and Rufino Mauricio 71 Portugal, P. T. H. Unwin 72 West Germany, Donald S.