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The is a society of Japanese studies (Japanology). Founded in 1872, the ASJ is Japanmarker's oldest learned society.

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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.

The ASJ is Japan's oldest learned society and still very active today. Its journal, the Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan ( ), is published annually since 1874.

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  1. "Obituaries: Father Neal Henry Lawrence OSB, 96," St John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minnesota.


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