Trading between Japan and the outside world
|dc.description.abstract||For a long period, from the early seventeenth century onwards, Japan kept out all foreign traders. Only on the tiny island of Deshima (Nagasaki), where this is filmed, were Dutch and other traders allowed to live and offer their wares.||en|
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|dc.title||Trading between Japan and the outside world||en|
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