Asiatic Society of Japan
The Asiatic Society of Japan (ASJ) was founded in 1872, five years after the Meiji restoration, at Yokohama by British and American residents - in particular missionaries, diplomats, businessmen etc. Ernest Mason Satow and John Harington Gubbins were among the founder members.
- Dr. James Curtis Hepburn (1815-1911)
- Rev. Dr. Samuel Robbins Brown (1810-1880)
- Neal Lawrence (1908-2004) 
- Josiah Conder (1852-1920)
- Sir Ernest Satow (1843-1929)
- Rev. Prof. Arthur Lloyd (1852-1911)
- Asiatic Society of Japan (1880). Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Volume 8. VOL. VIII. B. MEIKLEJOHN AND CO., PRINTERS, YOKOHAMA, JAPAN: The Society. Retrieved 1 March 2012.(Harvard University)(Digitized Sep 4, 2007)(YOKOHAMA : LANE, CRAWFORD & CO.; KELLY & CO. SHANGHAI : KELLY & WALSH. LONDON: TRÜBNER & CO. PARIS : ERNEST LEROUX)
- Asiatic Society of Japan (1880). Transactions, Volume 8. VOL. VIII. B. MEIKLEJOHN AND CO. PRINTERS, YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. p. 482. Retrieved 1 March 2012.
- "History of the Asiatic Society of Japan" (in English and Japanese) at the ASJ website
- ASJapan.org – official website (in English)
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