Index
Abe Eijir¯ o, 97, 276 n. 14
Ainu, 175, 176, 208, 212
Akaboshi Gor¯ o, 17, 19
Aota Gor¯ o, 62, 63–64, 110
Aoyama Jir¯ o, 33, 60, 65, 70, 101, 250 n. 62
Aoyama Tamikichi, 101
Ariga Kizaemon, 244 nn. 131–132
Arisaka otar¯ o, 80
Ariyoshi Ch¯ uichi, 26
Art Nouveau, 55, 59. See also France
Arts and Crafts movement: in England, 1,
51, 53, 58–59; in Europe and the
United States, 1
Asahi gurafu (Asahi Graph), 45
Asahi shinbun (Asahi Newspaper), 213, 216
Asakawa Noritaka, 7, 11, 15, 17–20, 33–
35, 177, 183
Asakawa Takumi, 11, 33, 42, 177, 183
Asia: arts of, 3, 19, 27, 29; Japanese
e√orts to control and reform, 3, 5,
173–176, 180, 185–186, 187, 189, 195–
204, 219; seikatsu bunka and, 6, 146,
155, 186, 195–207; the West and, 10,
27, 36, 188, 197; modernity of, 69, 234
n.56; Japanese regional culture in rela-
tion to, 154, 219; mingei activism and,
155, 174, 175, 186–207; Korea and, 180,
185–186. See also Orient
Bauhaus art and design school, 59, 135,
225, 239 n. 59
Beauty of Labor o≈ce, 170, 172. See also
Germany: Nazi; Strength through Joy
Beijing, 187, 188, 189, 191, 192, 198, 204–
206. See also China
Blake, William, 22
Borneo, 210
Buddhism: tea ceremony and, 14; Zen, 14;
sculpture and, 22, 28–29, 40–48, 177;
ancient Oriental civilization and, 27–
29, 33, 47; Shingon sect of, 42; Yanagi
Muneyoshi’s ideas about art and, 51,
60, 276 n. 9; priests or monks of, 44,
185; Daihonky¯ o sect of, 88; concept of
tariki and, 96. See also Mokujiki Sh¯onin
Bunka seikatsu (culture life), 148–150,
153. See also Seikatsu bunka
Cabinet Information Bureau, 124, 136,
146, 153, 166, 169, 200. See also Renova-
tionism
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