Moriyama Einosuke

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Moriyama Einosuke
Moriyama Einosuke (left) 森山 栄之助.jpg
Moriyama Einosuke (left)
Native name 森山 栄之助
Born (1820-07-10)July 10, 1820
Died May 4, 1872(1872-05-04) (aged 51)
Other work Interpreter

Moriyama Einosuke (森山 栄之助, July 10, 1820 – May 4, 1872) was a samurai during the Tokugawa Shogunate, and an interpreter of Dutch and English. He studied English under Dutch merchants and Ranald MacDonald, and as “Chief Dutch Interpreter” was one of the chief men involved in the negotiations with Commodore Perry in regard to the opening of Japan to the outside world.

Samuel Wells Williams, a member of Perry's second visit noted in 1854:

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  1. ^ Sōritsu nijisshūnen kinen ronshū
  2. ^ Treaties and other international acts of the United States of America [1]
  3. ^ Native American in the land of the shogun by Frederik L. Schodt p.288 [2]

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