Japan-British Exhibition of 1910 (see also 'Exhibitions' and 'Festivals')
- The Japan-British Exhibition of 1910: The Japanese Organizers
- Katō Hiroharu (1870-1939) and Japan's Last Foreign-built Cruiser
- The Mutsu Family
- Urushibara Mokuchū (1889-1953): Japanese Print Artist in Britain
Author: Hotta-Lister, Ayako
This portrait assesses the success of the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910 from the perspective of the Japanese organizers.
Author: Nish, Ian
Although in his early years Admiral Katō Hiroharu (1870-1939) admired Britain, in his later career he understandably placed Japan's naval interests ahead of any residual affection for the country. This essay considers the early part of his career, during which he played a significant role in Anglo-Japanese naval cooperation.
Author: Mutsu, Ian
This portrait sketches a history of the Mutsu family, and in particular considers their close ties to Britain and the effect this had on Anglo-Japanese relations.
Author: Horner, Libby
This essay details Urushiba Mokuchū's (1889-1953) life and career in Britain as a print artist, including his close collaboration with Frank Brangwyn.