First published in 1889, this facsimile edition makes available an important historical work on Japanese industry. It is a comprehensive survey of the state of Japanese industry at the end of the nineteenth century, covering agriculture and forestry, mining, the arts, textiles, paper, trade and commerce, including the foreign trade of Japan since the opening of the country by Commodore Perry in 1854.
Part I. Agriculture and Forestry. Agricultural Industries
Part II. Mining
Part III. Art Industry and Related Occupations
Part IV. Trade and Commerce