- The Japan-British Exhibition of 1910: The Japanese Organizers
- Sir Colin John Davidson (1878-1930): Japan Specialist in the British Consular Service
- Hasegawa Nyozekan, 1875-1969: Journalist and Philosopher
- Interlude: Life in the Legation/Embassy, 1884-1913
- Ueno Kagenori, 1845-1888: A Most Influential Diplomat [London, 1874-79]
This portrait assesses the success of the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910 from the perspective of the Japanese organizers.
Sir Colin Davidson was a Japan Specialist in the British Consular Service. After mastering the Japanese language, Davidson became a well-respected member of the service, admired by the British and the Japanese alike.
Even though journalist Hasegawa Nyozekan's (1875-1969) periods of residence in Britain were short, he wrote about them extensively in the popular press. This essay details his life, and journalistic and philosophical career.
Ayako Hotta- Lister's Interlude on life in the London legation including the social events and activities that many Japanese diplomats enjoyed.
This portrait details the career of Ueno Kagenori (1845-1888) and his role in the early years of Meiji diplomacy, including his appointment as minister at the court of St James's.