Use this link to cite this item : http://doi.org/10.15027/46862
HUStudGradSchLett_78_v23.pdf 1.85 MB
A Chronological Record of Narushima Nobuyuki’s Career (18)
Previously, I wrote about Narushima Nobuyuki’s career from 1689 to 1743 in serial form. This paper presents the articles provided to him at the end of 1743 and in 1744 and 1745.
In October 1743, Ishijima Tsukuba forged Nobuyuki’s farewell poem for Nakamura Tomijuuro, a famous actor who left Edo for Osaka. Moreover, in 1743, Nobuyuki named the house of Ikegami Yukimasa Hakubousha.
On May 1, 1744, Nobuyuki mourned his birth mother who had passed away in 1695 and was buried in the graveyard of the Gokurakuji Temple. On November 21, 1744, Nobuyuki proposed a plan to stabilize prices based on the theory of Fujimaki Norizane. However, a high government official of the Tokugawa Shogunate quickly ordered it to be stopped.
In March 1745, Hokke Hakkou, a religious ceremony by the Tokugawa Shogunate, was held; Nobuyuki made a Hakkou Shiki, a record of the ceremony.
As usual, Nobuyuki served as the mediator between the dignitaries of Tokugawa Yoshimune and the librarians of Momijiyama Library.
The Hiroshima University studies, Graduate School of Letters
|date of issued||
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Departmental Bulletin Papers
Graduate School of Letters