- Author:Tetsuo Najita
- Publisher:University of Hawaii Press (August 1, 1997)
- Pages:344 pages
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The Kaitokudō (Japanese:懐徳堂) was a merchant academy located in Osaka, Japan, during the Tokugawa period. Although it opened its doors in 1724, it was founded officially in 1726 by Nakai Shūan
The Kaitokudō (Japanese:懐徳堂) was a merchant academy located in Osaka, Japan, during the Tokugawa period. Although it opened its doors in 1724, it was founded officially in 1726 by Nakai Shūan. It remained a public institution until 1868, although there have been modern revivals. The Kaitokudō began as a small meeting group of Osaka merchants, Tashōdō, who met to discuss virtue, or moral education, through the reading and study (gakumon) of classic texts.
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book by Tetsuo Najita. You know, the samurai governed and so concerned themselves with Confucian philosophy and ethical issues while the disenfranchised merchants blew their money in the pleasure quarters after a hard day's work, presumably complacent in this arrangement-so the story goes, but Najita shows us many different merchant thinkers in Japan's early modern moneymaking hub, Osaka, dealing with the crucial.
Jeffrey E. Hanes, Tetsuo Najita. Published: 1 January 1988. Pacific Affairs, Volume 61; doi:10.