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Sin Kisu

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Sin Kisu was a zainichi scholar, art collector, and activist who published a number of works on early modern Korea-Japan relations. He also played a key role in organizing the first museum exhibitions in Japan and Korea of artworks and artifacts related to the Korean embassies to Edo, namely an exhibit at the Tokyo National Museum in 1985, and one at the National Museum of Korea the following year.

References

  • Ronald Toby, Engaging the Other: 'Japan' and its Alter Egos, 1550-1850, Brill (2019), xii.
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