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The Dutch are extremely knowledgeable in shipbuilding and of how to utilize dispatches gainfully for remote markets. ... At the point when (the boat touches base) in Nagasaki and the guns, which are set ...
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The Dutch and Japan Sharlyn Scott

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" The Red Haired Barbarians" in Japan

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The Dutch processing plant in Hirado. 1669 etching by Montanus.

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Map of Nagasaki Hishu Nagasaki no zu 1802 34 x 46 cm. Distributer: Bunkindô, Nagasaki Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 1 Slide: BG K9/420 Dejima is the fan-formed island, left above focus. Its region was around 70 by 210 meters, and was associated with the terrain by a watched wooden drawbridge. The square simulated island further to one side was for the Chinese brokers.

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VOC Headquarters in Amsterdam VOC Emblem

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" We are not Christians! We are Hollanders!"

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17 th century Japanese portrayal of Dutch dealers.

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Utagawa Teishu, 1862

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Oranda Tsuji

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Phillip Franz Von Siebold statue in Tokyo

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Dutch on their rounds Oranda-jin junkan no zu 32 x 22 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 9 Slide: BG K9/428 Dutchmen on a court venture with performers and an elephant, a blessing to the shôgun.

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[Camel and dromedary] 1821 30.5 x 22.5 cm. Distributer: Nawaya, Nagasaki Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 8 Slide: BG K9/427 These creatures were gotten to the shôgun Edo with the court adventure of 1821. The content gives insights about camels. Two camels that were transported in the sixth month of the year Hunsei 4 (July 1821) in a Dutch boat. They originate from a spot called Mecca, in the nation Arabia. The male is five years of age, the female four years. The stature is nine feet and the length 2 ken (3,60 meter). Much the same as bulls and stallions in this nation, the creature is utilized as a part of cultivating as it were. (When it rests) the creature twists its legs in threes, and when it is stacked it will extend 1000 katti (1 katti = 625 grams). It strolls more than 100 ri (100 miles) a day. On the off chance that it is permitted to eat until it is fulfilled, it won\'t eat for five days subsequently. The females and guys of this creature are extremely connected to each other .

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Dutch on their rounds Oranda-jin junkan no zu 22.5 x 32 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 10 Slide: BG K9/429 This is a free translation of the excursion to the legislative head of Nagasaki in 1844.

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[Dutchman with telescope] 43.8 x 16.3 cm. Distributer: Yamatoya Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 11 Slide: BG K9/430 The telescope was one of numerous Western innovations acquainted with Japan by the Dutch.

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19 th Century Nagasaki-e

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Dutchman measuring products Oranda-jin kamotsu o kakeru Ca. 1845 43.5 x 16 cm. Distributer: Yamatoya, Nagasaki Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 13 Slide: BG K9/432 The Dutch broker is measuring ivory elephant\'s tusks that are left on the scales. There is a note pad under his left arm.

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Dutchman and Javanese worker playing with canines Oranda-jin kurombô girô ken zu 37 x 25 cm. Distributer: Daiyoshi-han (Yamatoya), Nagasaki Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 17 Slide: BG K9/436 The Dutch authority is joined by a hireling from Java, Indonesia, which was a Dutch province at the time.

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Dutchmen get ready salve Kômô-jin koyaku neri no zu 25 x 19.4 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 15 Slide: BG K9/434 The Japanese were exceptionally inspired by Western pharmaceutical, which was obscure in Japan before the landing of the Dutch.

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[Dutchmen at a supper ] 25.7 x 38.3 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 36 Slide: BG K9/460

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Portraits of figures from brute nations: the lord of Holland Bankoku jimbutsu zue: oranda no kokuo 1861 35.2 x 23.6 cm Artist: Ichieisai Yoshitsuya Publisher: Ebiya Rinnosuke, Yokohama Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 27 Slide: BG K9/446 A caricatural dream of King William III as opposed to a representation, joined by a sarcastic ballad: Even the general population who compose with crabbed hand are desiring for the Elevated Way of our Country

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Dutch boat Oranda sen zu 1802 30.5 x 22.5 cm. Distributer: Bunkindô, Nagasaki Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 2 Slide: BG K9/421 The yellow banner in the inside conveys the token of the VOC, the Dutch East-India Company, yet it is topsy turvy. The content gives insights about the boat\'s size and separations amongst Japan and different parts of the world.

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Dutch boat Oranda fune no zu 1859 Artist: Yoshitora Publisher: Shimaya, Yokohama 36.5 x 25.5 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 31 Slide: BG K9/450 Top left, the representation of a Dutchman, upper right, a respecting content about Dutch boat building and route. Content: (right to left) quite a while prior the Dutch as of now were exceptionally talented in route, and Dutch boats cruised far and wide. The Dutch are exceptionally knowledgeable in shipbuilding and of how to utilize dispatches beneficially for remote markets. They picked great materials and worked like when working up stone dividers; they utilized iron nails and topped off splits with tar and hemp. In the fourth month they cruised from their nation (from Indonesia, the excursion from Indonesia kept going any longer) and in the 6th month they touched base here. At the point when (the boat lands) in Nagasaki and the guns, which are set next to each other, are discharged, mists show up and make the boat undetectable. At the point when the smoke has risen, the sails that had been obvious in huge numbers all of a sudden seem to have been moved up. Upon takeoff they additionally fire guns, and before the smoke has risen they have as of now raised the sails, shocking the onlookers. Their moving is really phenomenally quick and baffling.

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Dutchman preparing horse Oranda-jin bajutsu no zu 44 x 16 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 14 Slide: BG K9/433 The Dutch imported great stallions to Japan, and taught riding and dressage.

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Depiction of a Dutchman Oranda-jin zu 30 x 12.5 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 16 Slide: BG K9/435 The shôgun communicated the yearning to have a winged creature of heaven. The Dutch brought a peacock, yet that would not do.

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True representation of a Dutchman Shôsha Oranda-jin 1861 34.2 x 23.7 cm. Craftsman: Ichikawa Yoshikazu Publisher: Sanoya Kihei Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 25 Slide: BG K9/444 A Dutchman and a Chinese worker.

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Dutch exchanging operators respects the peonies as the body of his wife Oranda-jin shôkan fukikusa shôbi no karada 1861 34.9 x 24 cm. Craftsman: Gountei Sadahide Publisher: Moriya Jihei, Yokohama Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 26 Slide: BG K9/445 The female representation speaks to the wife of the exchanging operators, far away.

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[Hunting a Monkey] 36.8 x 25.4 cm. Inv.nr.: NEHA SC 477 nr. 38 Slide: BG K9/458 A gathering of Westerners on a chasing party for monkeys.

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Slides 4 & 5: 1707 guide of Japan, with a cartouche speaking to the group of onlookers of William Adams with the Shogun. From Naaukeurige Versameling der Gedenk-Waardigste Zee en Land-Reysen (a seies of records of well known voyages). Thought to be by Pieter van der Aa. ) Source: International Institute of Social History (Netherlands). "Display of Japanese Prints". http://www.iisg.nl/index.php . Recovered 23 July 2007.

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