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2019/02/20

Tags: 千代田区 北海道 蝦夷地 伊勢国 国際基督教大学 松浦武四郎居住地跡 アイヌ 東京都 千代田区

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auto-translate Takeshiro Matsuura Remains of Matsuura Takeshiro&39;s Residence Born in Iseki (currently Mie Prefecture) in 1818 (Culture 15 years), Takeshiro Matsuura traveled the whole of Japan and spread the word. After that, I moved to a remote place, attracted to the rich primitive nature of the remote place, and with the Ainu people, I surveyed all the Yamakawa grasses for a total of six times for 13 years. In the Meiji era, he became a pioneer of pioneers established by the government, and in 1869 he proposed to the government a name that would replace the black spot. "Hokkaido" was chosen from the proposed name of Takeshiro and named. He left a residence in Kanda Gokenmachi in 1873 (Meiji 6), and lived there until he died in 1888 (Meiji 21). The 1 tatami mat study which Takeshiro built in a mansion is relocated and preserved at International Christian University (Mitaka City). Matsuura Takeshiro was born in Ise Province (now Mie Prefecture) in 1818, and travelled all around Japan, making discoveries as he went. Later, he went across to Ezo (modern-day Hokkaido), and was enchanted by the rich, original nature In the Meiji Period (1868-1912), he became an official in the Hokkaido Development Bureau set up. There together with the Ainu, the unique people of Japan, he investigated All of the natural world of six separate occasions over thirteen years. "Hokkaido" was chosen from the government, and in 1869 proposed alternative names for Ezo to the government. In 1873, he took up residence in Kanda Gokencho, and lived there until his death in 1888. Chiyoda City Chiyoda City Chiyoda City 1888. Chiyoda City Chiyoda City Chiyoda City 1888. Chiyoda City Chiyoda City

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auto-translate Takeshiro Matsuura Matsuura Takeshiro的住所遗址1818年出生于Iseki(现为三重县)(文化15年),Takeshiro Matsuura走遍了整个日本并传播了这个词。在那之后,我搬到了一个偏僻的地方,被偏远地区丰富的原始性质所吸引,与阿伊努人一起,我对所有的山川禾草进行了为期13年的调查。在明治时代,他成为政府建立的先驱者的先驱,并于1869年向政府提出了取代黑点的名称。 “北海道”是从Takeshiro的名称中选出并命名的。他于1873年(明治6年)离开了Kanda Gokenmachi的住所,并一直住在那里直到他于1888年去世(明治21年)。 Takeshiro在一座豪宅中建造的1榻榻米研究被重新安置并保存在国际基督教大学(三鹰市)。 Matsuura Takeshiro于1818年出生于伊势省(现在的三重县),并在日本各地旅行,随后去了发现。后来,他去了Ezo(现代北海道),被丰富的原始自然所迷住。在明治时期(1868-1912),他成为北海道发展局成立的官员。他与日本独特的阿伊努人一起,在十三年的时间里,对六个不同的自然世界进行了调查。 “北海道”是从政府中选出的,并于1869年为政府提出了Ezo的替代名称。1873年,他在Kanda Gokencho居住,并在那里居住直到他去世。 1888. Chiyoda City Chiyoda City Chiyoda City 1888. Chiyoda City Chiyoda City Chiyoda City 1888. Chiyoda City Chiyoda City

松浦武四郎居住地跡
Remains of MatsuuraTakeshiro's Residence
 松浦武四郎は、1818年(文化15年)に伊勢国
(現在の三重県)に生まれ、日本全国を旅し見聞を広めました。
 その後、蝦夷地 に渡り、蝦夷地の豊かな原始の自然に魅せられ、アイヌ の人たちとともに全6回、13年にわたり、山川草木の全てを調査しました。
 明治時代になると、政府が設けた開拓使の役人となり、1869年(明治2年)に蝦夷地に代わる名称を政府に提案しました。武四郎の名称案の中から「北海道 」が選ばれ、命名されました。1873年(明治6年)に神田五軒町に屋敷を構え、1888年(明治21年)に亡くなるまで、この地で暮らしました。武四郎が屋敷に建てた一畳敷の書斎は、現在は国際基督教大学 (三鷹市)に移築・保存されています。

Matsuura Takeshiro was born in Ise Province (now Mie Prefecture) in 1818, and travelled all around Japan, making discoveries as he went.
Later, he went across to Ezo (modern-day Hokkaido), and was enchanted by the rich,
original nature there together with the Ainu, the indigenous people of Japan,
he investigated all of the natural world of Ezo on six separate occasions over thirteen years.
In the Meiji Period (1868-1912), he became an official in
the Hokkaido Development Bureau set up by the government,
and in 1869 proposed alternative names for Ezo to the government.
"Hokkaido" was chosen from among these proposals, and so it was named.
In 1873, he took up residence in Kanda Gokencho, and lived there until his death in 1888.
The study he constructed for his residence, a room with the area of a single tatami mat
(approximately 1.82m2), has been reconstructed and
preserved in the International Christian University (Mitaka City).

千代田区
Chiyoda City

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