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Many kinds of Chinese food were introduced to and became popular in Japan during the Edo Period. Learn how Edo townsfolk reacted to exotic cuisine! #ndldigital https://t.co/ZUYF3zkAKl https://t.co/zJ6UYA9IPp
NAKAYA Ukichiro was a Japanese physicist who created the world’s first artificial snow. Learn more about him and his contemporaries during the final days of the Pacific War in “Traveling through the fog—A letter from Nakaya Ukichiro.” https://t.co/ZbH6YUyaPR https://t.co/GahvhPhfGA
This letter was sent in 1896 to the Minister of Foreign Affairs by HARA Takashi (1856–1921), a newly appointed diplomatic envoy. In this letter, Hara (later the Prime Minister) provides us a glimpse of his approach to gathering and analyzing information. https://t.co/vmS8lf11uQ https://t.co/lDGBxXviOW
Learn about the historical documents that are primary sources for scholarship in political history and other areas in the article “Materials newly available in the Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room (11).” https://t.co/vmS8lfjaIY https://t.co/C5nhs5nnXF
This letter was sent in 1896 to the Minister of Foreign Affairs by HARA Takashi (1856–1921), a newly appointed diplomatic envoy. In this letter, Hara (later the Prime Minister) provides us a glimpse of his approach to gathering and analyzing information. https://t.co/vmS8lf11uQ https://t.co/BqyqMCn0iO
Learn about the historical documents that are primary sources for scholarship in political history and other areas in the article “Materials newly available in the Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room (11).” https://t.co/vmS8lf11uQ https://t.co/82xEFCvbJ5
Many kinds of Chinese food were introduced to and became popular in Japan during the Edo Period. Learn how Edo townsfolk reacted to exotic cuisine! #ndldigital https://t.co/ZUYF3z2rwd https://t.co/4zNZ5ch6n2
“Snowflakes are letters sent from heaven.” Today's #histSTM lunchtime read: What a letter from physicist Nakaya Ukichiro (creator of the 1st artificial snow) in @NDLJP_en's collections reveals about science & politics in 1940s Japan. https://t.co/J4N97jNPPR https://t.co/3wiyUwjlbR
Many kinds of Chinese food were introduced to and became popular in Japan during the Edo Period. Learn how Edo townsfolk reacted to exotic cuisine! #ndldigital https://t.co/ZUYF3z2rwd https://t.co/8aIO5bds5X
Learn about the historical documents that are primary sources for scholarship in political history and other areas in the article “Materials newly available in the Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room (11).” https://t.co/vmS8lf11uQ https://t.co/Z2MTjY37Ke
NAKAYA Ukichiro was a Japanese physicist who created the world’s first artificial snow. Learn more about him and his contemporaries during the final days of the Pacific War in “Traveling through the fog—A letter from Nakaya Ukichiro.” https://t.co/ZbH6YUg1BJ https://t.co/aIL0PEoeW9
In the article "Edo period cookbooks―Food that is fun to read about and good to eat," we tell you about the wide variety of cuisine that Edo townsfolk loved to read about. #ndldigital https://t.co/ZUYF3z2rwd https://t.co/0HJL8mFRK4

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