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AbstractZhu Xi's Jiali, Family Rituals was widely read in Korea, Ryukyu and Vietnam as well as China and became the most important book of Confucianism rituals in pre-modern East Asia. In Japan this book was also accepted and several Japanese version, Wakoku-bon was published in Edo period. But there are almost no studies about those texts up to now. In this paper, I will take up three kinds of Japanese version of Jiali and do research on its formation, characteristic, and Chinese original text. These texts are: Jiali 5volumes by ASAMI Keisai, Wengong Jiali Yijie 8volumes, and Jiali 4volumes in Xingli Daquan by KOIDE Eian.
TypeDepartmental Bulletin Paper
東アジア文化交渉研究 = Journal of East Asian cultural interaction studies