Doctors (see also 'medicine', 'Nurses')
- Addendum: Tokyo Medical and Surgical Clinic
- Ernest Hart (1835-1898)
- Gordon Munro: Ventures in Japanese Archaeology and Anthropology
- Henry Faulds, 1834-1930
- Takaki Kanehiro, 1849-1920: British-trained Japanese Medical Pioneer who became Surgeon General to the Imperial Japanese Navy
- William Anderson, 1842-1900: Surgeon, Teacher and Art Collector
Author: Cortazzi, Hugh, and Gren Wedderburn
Gren Wedderburn was one of the first two doctors at the Tokyo Medical and Surgical Clinic set up by Tokyo Tower in 1951 as the Occupation was coming to an end, a service used by many expatriates in the 1950s and '60s. This chapter gives an overview of his time in Japan.
Author: Koyama Noboru
This portrait provides an account of the life of Ernest Hart (1835-1898), an ophthalmic surgeon, medical journalist, and avid connoisseur of Japanese art.
Author: Wilkinson, Jane
Scottish Doctor who lived in Japan treating Ainu communities. An amateur archaeologist and anthropologist who discovered evidence of the prehistoric people of Japan.
Author: Nish, Ian
The subject of this portrait is Henry Faulds' (1834-1930) pioneering medical and missionary work in Japan, as well as his abiding affection for the country and its people.
Author: Matsumura, Jerry K.
This portrait considers Takaki Kanehiro's (1849-1920) career, character and contributions as Surgeon General to the Japanese Imperial Navy. Of particular note is his education in, and subsequent dealings with, Britain throughout his life.
Author: Rawlins, John
This portrait details William Anderson's (1842-1900) distinguished medical career in Japan and Britain, as well as his scholarly efforts as a collector and connoisseur of Japanese art.