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タイトル: 18世紀初頭の朝鮮通信使と日本の知識人
タイトル(その他言語/よみかな): The Joseon Missions to Japan and Japanese Intellectuals at Beginning of the Eighteenth Century the
著者名: 鄭, 英實
論文発行年月日: 2011年3月31日
出版者: Institute for Cultural Interaction Studies, Kansai University
雑誌名: 文化交渉における画期と創造-歴史世界と現代を通じて考える-
開始ページ: 65
終了ページ: 91
抄録: Diplomatic relations between Korea and Japan, which were suspended during the Japanese invasions of Korea between 1592 and 1598, were normalized when the Korean side asked for prisoner repatriation after the wars were over. Tokugawa Ieyasu’s defeat of Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s government and the beginning of the Edo bakufu, with a concomitant unifi cation of political interests, contributed to restored relations. As a result, Korean delegations were dispatched to Japan between 1607 and 1811 for a total of twelve times. The account of their experiences in an unusual foreign country during an age of seclusion, “Records of Missions to Japan,” were written by the Korean envoys dispatched to Japan. Not only are many aspects of Edo Japan portrayed in these records, but the concrete examples depicted in them reveal how Koreans viewed Japan at the time. In particular, after the political situation in both countries stabilized, the main objective of the Korean missions became cultural exchanges, which receive the most focus in the records. A large number of Korean envoys recorded accounts of their interactions with Japanese men of letters, including their evaluations of the Japanese they met, their feelings toward them, etc. There are diff erences in perceptions of the Korean envoys toward the same Japanese individuals depending on the respective ranks of the Koreans and the relationships between the envoys and the Japanese with whom they interacted. The varying shades of amicability are palpable in the records. The records show that the fi ercest debate occurred on the Korean side when envoys were sent in to Japan in 1711, and Arai Hakuseki (1657-1725), a Japanese statesman, requested a change in the rules for dispatching Korean missions to Japan. The chief envoy, Jo Tae-eok ( 1675-1728), and his deputy envoy, Yim Su-kang ( 1665- 1721), immediately directed their harshest criticism at the Tsushima government offi cials who served as intermediaries, as well as at Arai Hakuseki. In spite of the potential for this incident to grow into a dangerous diplomatic row for both countries, interpreter Kim Hyeon-mun recorded very little about this or other sensitive diplomatic negotiations. When a confl ict concerning a banquet to be held at Hōkōji, the site of Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s Great Buddha, occurred in 1719, chief envoy Hong Chi-jung (1667-1732) sought peaceful reconciliation, but at the same time was distressed by the issue of the Seishindo. Meanwhile, even as the envoy offi cial Sin Yu-han quarreled directly with Amenomori Hoshū (1668-1755), a Japanese interpreter and Confucian scholar, a Korean military offi cer, Jeong Hu-gyo, wrote a brief explanation concerning the Hōkōji, after which positive critiques were made of Amenomori Hoshū and the classics. Thus, in spite of the seeming uniformity in the depictions of envoys’ experiences in “Records of Missions to Japan,” it is possible to discern clear diff erences in the descriptions contained therein. This paper focuses on the nature of the interaction between the Korean envoys and Japanese intellectuals at the end of the Edo period by examining the diff erences generated by the ranks of each envoy and the form of interaction between the envoys and the Japanese.
資料種別: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/4325
ISBN: 978-4-9905164-2-0
シリーズ番号/レポート番号: ICIS次世代国際学術フォーラムシリーズ ; 第3輯
出現コレクション:Vol.3 文化交渉における画期と創造


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