The nightless city

ページ名:The nightless city

Title: The nightless city
Subtitle: or the “history of the Yoshiwara Yūkwaku”
Author: Joseph de Becker
Contents
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History of the Yoshiwara Yūkwaku
Nihon-dzutsumi (The Dyke of Japan)
Mi-kaeri Yanagi (Gazing back Willow-tree)
Yoshiwara Jinja (Yoshiwara Shrine)
The “Aisome-zakura” (Cherry-tree of First Meeting)
The “Koma-tsunagi-matsu” (Colt tethering Pine-tree)
The “Ryo-jin no Ido” (Traveller’s Well)
Government Edict-board and Regulations at the Ōmon (Great Gate)
The Present Ōmon
Of the Reasons why going to the Yoshiwara was called “Chō ye Yuku”
Classes of Brothels
Hikite-jaya (“Introducing Tea-houses”)
The Jū-hachi-ken-jaya (Eighteen Tea-houses)
The “Amigasa-jaya” (Braided Hat Tea-houses)
The “Kujaku Nagaya”
The “Kembansho”
Classes of Prostitutes
“Kamuro” (Young Female Pages)
Shinzō
Yarite (Female Managers)
The “Kutsuwa”
The “Wakaimono” (Male Servants)
Hōkan and Geisha
The Europeanization of the Yoshiwara and the Introduction of Loochooan Courtesans
Zegen (Procurers)
The Dress of Courtesans
Coiffures of the Yūjo
Rooms of the Yūjo
Tsumi-yagu_no_koto
Sōbana (“All round tips”)
Shokwai (First Meeting) and Mi-tate (Selection of Women)
I-tsuzuke no koto
O cha wo hiku to iū koto
Shiki-zome no soba-burumai no koto
Shashin-mitate-chō (Photograph Albums for Facilitating the Selection of Women)
[vi]Signs and Cyphers Showing the fees of Courtesans
System of Book-keeping in the Yoshiwara
Brothel Advertisements
Ageya no sashi-gami (Summons to the “Ageya”)
Yoshiwara Dialect
Magic Charms of the Yoshiwara
Yoshiwara “Pot-pourri”
Dai-ya no koto (Cook-houses of the Yoshiwara)
Famous Things of the Yoshiwara
Peddlers, Hawkers, and Beggars
The Examination of Licensed Women at the Hospital for Venereal Complaints
Results of Medical Inspection
Mu-sen Yū-kyō (Going on a “Spree” without having any money to pay for it)
Yoshiwara-gayoi no Jinrikisha. (The Jinrikisha Traffic of the Yoshiwara)
Sanya-uma da-chin-dzuké (The Cost of Hiring Horses to and from the Yoshiwara)
Byō-chū oyobi In-shoku no koto (Of the Sickness of Prostitutes and of Their Meals)
Hiké no koto (Closing Hours in the Yoshiwara)
Kōchō no koto (The Next Morning)
Hiru-jimai Yo-jimai no koto (The Day and Night Engagements of Courtesans)
Raku-seki no koto (The Removal of Names from the Register of the Yoshiwara)
Gwaishutsu oyobi tōbō (Exit and Flight from the Yoshiwara)
Yūjo byō-shi oyobi jō-shi no koto (Of the Death and Double-suicide of Courtesans)
Shin-Yoshiwara no Bodaiji (The Cemetery of the Shin-Yoshiwara)
Karitaku no koto (The Temporary Prostitute Quarter)
Dōchū no koto oyobi tsuki-dashi no koto (The Processions of Yūjo and the First Appearance of “Recruits” in the Yoshiwara)
Yo-misé “Suga-gaki” no koto (The Night Exhibition and the Suga-gaki)
Daijin-mai no koto (Dancing of Millionaires)
Daikoku-mai no koto (Daikoku-mai Dancing)
Introductory Songs of the “Daikoku-mai”
Dote-bushi no koto oyobi Hayari-uta (Dote-bushi (Songs) and Popular Songs)
Annals of a Year
Naka-no-chō no Hana-ue (Flower-planting in the Naka-no-chō)
Tōrō no koto (Lanterns)
Niwaka Dancing
Tori-no-machi
Yoshiwara Nana-fushigi (The Seven Mysteries of the Yoshiwara)
Yoshiwara no Kyō-ka (Comic Poetry)
Yoshiwara Kwai-rok-ki (Chronology of Fire Disasters in the Yoshiwara)
Furi-sodé Kwaji (The Great Fire of Meireki)
Mei-gi ryaku-den (Brief Sketches of the Lives of Famous Courtesans)
Takao
Hana-ōgi
Tamakoto
Katsuyama
Segawa
Usugumo
Ōsumi
Ko-murasaki
Kaoru
Kokonoye
Kinokuni-ya Bunzaemon
The Laws Relating to the Control of Prostitution
Forms of Contracts between Brothels and Courtesans
The Medical Aspect
Result of Medical Inspection in the Shin-Yoshiwara, 1898
Result of Medical Inspection in the Shin-Yoshiwara. January to April 1899
Statistics re Social Evil in Japan in 1898
Pros and Cons
Correspondence from the “Japan Times”
Notes on “Jigoku” or Illicit Prostitutes
Appendix
The Government of “The Nightless City”
Details of “Employees” Books
The Medical Inspection of Prostitutes
Special Inspection
Hospital Regulations
Medical Statistics
Digest of the Regulations of the Yoshiwara Guild
The Validity of Debts
“Yarō”—“Peccatum illud horribile, inter Christianos non nominandum.”
“Golgotha”—The Last Hours, Death, and Burial of a Courtesan
Five Curious Legal Documents actually used in the Yoshiwara in 1902
List of Illustrations.
FACING PAGE.
Map of the Yoshiwara in 1846 Preface
Present Plan of the Yoshiwara After Preface
Procession of Courtesans
Artist Painting Mural Decorations
A Familiar Guest in a Brothel
The “Ō-mon” or Entrance Gateway of the Yoshiwara
Street scene in the “Naka-no-chō”
Entertainment given by a Redeemed Yūjo
Guests Diverting Themselves with Geisha
A Guest being Conducted to a Brothel
Outside a Third-class Brothel at Night
Types of Modern Courtesans
An Ancient “Shirabyōshi”
A “Yobidashi” of the Yoshiwara
Type of Modern Courtesan in “State” Costume
Type of Dress Worn by a Courtesan
Modern Courtesan and Her Attendants
Modern Courtesan, Attendant, and Kamuro
The Début of a “Shinzō”
Geisha, Dancing the “Kapporé”
Geisha, Hōkan, and Guest
A Rainy Day in the Yoshiwara
Courtesan Making Her Toilette
Courtesans Composing Letters to their Guests
Arranging “Tsumi-yagu”
Introduction of Courtesans to Guests
Courtesans Making Their Toilettes
Interior of a Brothel at Night
Guest Detained by “Love and Stress of Weather”
Courtesans on Their “Rounds”
Guests Making Their Toilettes
The “San-ya-uma”
Modern Courtesans in Their “Cages”
Street scene in the Yoshiwara a Hundred Years Ago
Courtesans about to pay New Year’s visits
Gathering of Courtesans at the “Hassaku”
Preparing “Mochi” for the New Year
[ix]Courtesans Viewing Cherry Blossoms.
Illuminated Lanterns
The “Feast of Lanterns”
Night scene in the Yoshiwara
The “Niwaka-odori” (1801 to 1803)
Modern “Niwaka-odori”
The “Tori-no-machi”
A Fire in the Yoshiwara
Inspection Day
The “Yarō”
The Grave of a Courtesan
Tombs of “Double-suicides”
The “Mu-en-dzuka”

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