Table of contents for The metaphorical road of the Tokaido : traveling and representation in Edo and Meiji Japan / Jilly Traganou.


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LIST OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES	5
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS	19
GLOSSARY	24
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION	30
Traveling and representation, traveling as representation	30
Mobility and the T"kaid" as Scholarly Subjects	36
Structure of the Book	42
CHAPTER 2.  INFRASTRUCTURE AND CARTOGRAPHY OF THE TâKAIDâ IN 
MACRO	47
THE TâKAIDâ AS A GEOPOLITICAL TERRITORY	47
INFRASTRUCTURE UPON THE TâKAIDâ ROUTE	51
Inland Infrastructure in the Edo Period	51
The T"kaid" as a Highway	55
The Introduction of the Railroad	59
Advocates and Enemies	59
The Construction of the T"kaid" Railway	63
Center and Periphery Relations after the Establishment of the Railway	65
THE TâKAIDâ'S CARTOGRAPHY	70
Road-maps in the Edo Period	74
Popular and Official Road-Maps	81
T"kaid" bunken ezu	82
T"kaid" bunken nobe ezu	86
Narrative Itineraries -- Territorial Maps	89
From Scriptual to Visual Cartography	92
Panorama	92
Road-maps in the Meiji Era	98
Fusion of Representational Borders between Edo and Meiji Railroad-maps	100
Railway Maps of the Meiji Era	104
Railway-charts	104
Geographical Railway Maps	106
Representational Character in Meiji Era's Road-Cartography	107
From Absolute Space to Abstract Space	109
Symbolic Geography	115
CHAPTER 3. TRAVELING PRACTICES AND LITERARY TâKAIDâ	119
ROAD COSMOLOGY-THE ROAD AS A MICROCOSM	119
TRAVELING PRACTICES OF THE EDO PERIOD	121
Reasons for Traveling	121
Travelers-Positions	125
Aesthetes and Recluses	125
Pilgrims	131
Processions to and from Edo	138
Meiji Era's Traveling	149
Traveling Practices of the Meiji Era	149
Time Conceptions	150
New Travel Attitudes and Customs	154
Modern Pilgrims, Tourists and Weekenders	156
Migrants to the Urban Centers	161
LITERARY TâKAIDâ	164
Travel literature in the Edo Period	164
Travel Diaries	167
D"ch-ki	177
Fictional Guidebooks	180
Illustrated Guidebooks	194
Travel Literature in the Meiji Era	201
Fusions between Meiji and Edo Period's Literary Forms	201
Guidebooks and Accounts of Western Travelers	208
A Geographical Treatise: Nihon f-keiron (Theory of the Japanese Landscape)	213
Popularized T"kaid": Railway Songs	223
Literary Nostalgia	230
CHAPTER 4. PERFORMANCE, VISUALITY AND IMAGINATION AT THE 
TâKAIDâ'S MICRO-SCALE	238
TRANSPORTATION-STATIONS: SPACES OF PERFORMANCE, SPACES OF 
REPRESENTATION	238
Physical and Anthropological Characteristics of Post-stations	239
Railway Stations as Border-sites: Between Performance and Spectacle	245
Front Stage	246
Back Stage	249
TâKAIDâ AND VISUALITY	254
Pictorial T"kaid" in the Edo Period	254
The T"kaid" in the Official Arts of the Edo Period	257
The T"kaid" in the Popular Arts of the Edo Period	265
Early T"kaid" Series	268
Hiroshige's T"kaid"	272
Collaborations, Repetitions and Imitations	277
Multiple Narratives in the T"kaid" Series	287
Recurring Characteristics in Edo period's Travel Representations	291
Pictorial T"kaid" in the Meiji era	295
Recording Reality through the Lens of Ukiyo-e	298
The T"kaid" in Nihonga	305
The T"kaid" through Western Eyes	307
The T"kaid" Subject through the Prism of Modern At	311
Influences and Anachronisms: From the West To Japan, From Japan to the West	317
CHAPTER 5. CONCLUSIONS AND OPENINGS: THE TâKAIDâ AS MEDIUM OF 
NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE	321
NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND EPISTEMOLOGY	323
Japan as History/Japan as Nature	326
Technology as Expansion of Nature	329
Geography as National Ideology	330
Recasting History as Progress	335
HISTORY AS NOSTALGIA, HISTORY AS PLAY	338
T"kaid" Renaissance	340
BIBLIOGRAPHY	347
NOTES	397
 

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