), Mundap ŭro ingnŭn Ilbon kyogwasŏ yŏksa waegok 문답으로 읽는 일본 교과서 역사왜곡 (Questions and Answers on the Distortion of History by Japanese Textbooks), Seoul, Yŏksa Pip’yŏngsa 역사 비평사, 2001, p. 123. Below is the version proposed by the Tsukuru‑kai: In 1873 (Meiji 6) a “debate on the Korean expedition”, broke out among the samurai. Moreover, summarising the effects of these invasions with the expression “laid to waste” was deemed overly simplistic and not reflective of the extent of the destruction inflicted on Korea. For Korean specialists the Tokugawa clan wanted to distance itself from Hideyoshi and ensure the stability of its regime by re‑establishing friendly relations with Korea; as for Korea’s objective, it was to ensure the return of Korean prisoners taken during Hideyoshi’s campaigns and re‑establish good neighbourly relations (kyorin 交隣) in the hope of avoiding further Japanese aggression55. For its part, the Korean history textbook offers the following explanation: However, the Korean government refused this request because the diplomatic letter contained an expression reflecting the Japanese king’s [kugwang. ] Chosŏn sidae t’ongsinsa yŏngu ŭi hyŏnguang, (Japan and Korea in the Early Modern Era), Kō, Historians in the two countries provide a more nuanced account. Moreover, while Toyotomi Hideyoshi was not devoid of territorial ambitions regarding the “continent”, including China, his overriding motive was to channel the discontent of all the Japanese left out of the country’s unification and reorganisation process, most of all the warriors.47. Japanese history textbook controversies: | |Japanese history textbook controversies| refers to controversial content in |govern... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. 98 Soh Chunghee Sarah, “Politics of the Victim/Victor Complex: Interpreting South Korea’s National Furor over Japanese History Textbooks”, American Asian Review, 21‑4, Winter 2003, p. 176. 1, op. Consequently, of the three kingdoms this was the one to have the greatest influence on Japanese culture. The two countries maintained egalitarian relations and whenever a new shōgun was appointed, Korea sent embassies to Edo known as “Communication Envoys”, , which were warmly received wherever they went. 63 On the Seikan‑ron and its treatment in Japanese textbooks, see Noriko Berlinguez‑Kōno, “l’Asiatisme au prisme de la mémoire et de l’histoire : le cas de Saigō Takamori entre bellicisme et pacifisme” (Asianism Through the Prism of Memory and History: the Case of Saigō Takamori, from Warmongering to Pacifism), in Japon Pluriel 7, Actes du septième colloque de la Société française des études japonaises (Proceedings from the Seventh SFEJ Symposium), Arles, Picquier, 2007. cit., p. 283) is far more factual than the Korean textbook and devotes little space to Hideyoshi’s unknown motives. China, for its part, merely demanded the modification of eight passages from the, (The Problems with Japanese History Textbooks), Seoul, Tongbang Midiŏ, anniversary of the end of the Second World War, in which Murayama Tomiichi apologised (“. ) 38 Nam Kihak 남기학, “Chungse Koryŏ Ilbon kwan’gye ŭi chaengchŏm: Monggol ŭi Ilbon ch’imnyak kwa Waegu” 중세 고려・일본 관계의 쟁점 : 몽골의 일본 침략과 왜구, in Yi Kyehwang 이계황 et al., Kiŏk ŭi chŏnjaeng : Hyŏndae Ilbon ŭi yŏksa insik kwa Han‑Il kwan’gye 기억의 전쟁 현대 일본의 역사인식과 한일관계, Seoul, Ihwa Yŏja Taehakkyo Ch’ulp’anbu 이화여자대학교출판부, 2003, p. 163; Chang Tŭkjin 장득진, “Waegu nŭn Ilbonin in’ga Hangugin in’ga” 왜구는 일본인인가 한국인인가 (Were Wakō Korean or Japanese? The Third World Congress of Education International, meeting in Jomtien, Thailand, from 25 to 29 July, 2001: 1. 150‑151. While all junior high school textbooks mentioned the term “comfort women” in 1996, only three did so in 2001 and just one in 2006. Furthermore, it forcibly mobilised a large number of women who were sent to the four corners of Asia where the Japanese Army was stationed. 96 This book was the fruit of a joint effort between Chinese, Japanese and Korean scholars and teachers who met in Nanking in 2002 at the first Forum for Historical Consciousness and Peace in East Asia, in response to the Tsukuru‑kai textbook’s approval in 2001. “Heisei 17 nendo rekishi kōmin kyōkasho no saitaku ni tsuite no ‘Tsukuru‑kai’ seimei” 平成17年度歴史・公民教科書の採択結果についての「つくる会」声明 (Statement by the Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform on the adoption of history and civics textbooks for 2005): http://www.tsukurukai.com/02_about_us/05_adopt.html (23 October 2008). At most they can communicate their wishes (kibō‑hyō 希望票) to the education boards or deliberation councils, with no guarantee that they will be taken into consideration. 24 Song Kiho 송기호, Tongasia ŭi yŏksa punjaeng 동아시아의 역사 분쟁 (Historical Disputes in East Asia), Seoul, Sol 솔, 2007, p. 41. In doing so they were violating the Neighbouring Country Clause and going against the spirit of the statements made by prime ministers Murayama Tomiichi. ), Chōsen‑shi 朝鮮史, Yamakawa Shuppan 山川出版, 1993, pp. Francine. According to The Korea Times, Korean and Japanese women's rights organizations are planning to publish a joint women's history textbook in both countries to counter the distortion in Japan's official textbook. . Sarah, “Politics of the Victim/Victor Complex: Interpreting South Korea’s National Fur. Original release: Samuel Guex, « La controverse nippo‑coréenne au sujet des manuels d’histoire », Cipango, 19, 2012, 111‑148. A comparison with the Korean textbook nonetheless provides a partial answer. They see this as best evidenced by the existence of the “Japanese Embassy” in Pusan.67, 49Thus, Korea had not refused to “open up” but merely to change the nature of the friendly relations it had maintained since the beginning of the Edo period. When faced with irreconcilable differences, emphasising common ground rather than divergences is a less ambitious strategy that should not be overlooked. It was the first in a series of materials published under the supervision of the United States. cit., p. 99. 62‑63. Nikkan kōryū no rekishi: senshi kara gendai made. 74 Atarashii shakai, Rekishi, 2002, p. 263. However, the motives of some authors can be questioned when they seek to use their criticisms of Korean textbooks to present the Tsukuru‑kai text as a model textbook.15. 99 Kimura Kan 木村幹, Chōsen hantō o dō miru ka 朝鮮半島をどう見るか (How Should We View the Korean Peninsula? 192‑193. 127‑153), no. 90 Yang Migang 양미강, “Hanguk ŭi kyogwasŏ undong kŭ sŏngkwa wa kwaje” 한국의 교과서운동 그 성과와 과제 (The Textbook Movement in Korea: Results and Objectives), in Ilbon kyogwasŏ paro chapki undong ponbu 일본교과서바로잡기운동본부 (ed. Their conclusions are then sent to the education boards of the various municipalities, which take them into account when making their final decision. from 8 October 1998 in which the South Korean President Kim Taejung, who was visiting Japan, and the Japanese Prime Minister Obuchi Keizō expressed their shared belief in the “importance of deepening the historical consciousness of the two peoples, particularly that of the younger generations”. Cipango - French Journal of Japanese Studies is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. 84 Chūgaku shakai, Rekishiteki bun’ya, Ōsaka Shoseki, 2006, p. 25. Consequently, there are currently only two textbooks for the compulsory teaching of Korean history: one for junior high and one for senior high.22, 17Given these circumstances, it is easy for Japanese revisionists to discredit South Korea’s criticisms by presenting them as illustrating the country’s desire to impose its vision of history upon the Japanese.23 However pertinent its demands may be, South Korea undeniably suffers from this comparison to Japan with regards its textbook selection system, a problem of which many Korean historians are also aware.24. 1Since the 1980s, relations within East Asia have been hit on several occasions by controversies surrounding Japanese history textbooks.1 The first crisis arose in 1982 during the screening process for new history textbooks. ), which are compulsory. 29 Atarashii shakai, Rekishi 新しい社会 歴史 (New Society, History), Tōkyō Shoseki, 2006, p. 160; Rekishiteki bun’ya 歴史的分野 (The Historical Domain), Ōsaka Shoseki, 2006, p. 160. This outcry prompted the Suzuki Zenkō 鈴木善幸 administration to offer an apology and add a so‑called Neighbouring Country Clause (kinrin shokoku jōkō 近隣諸国条項) to the textbook authorisation system stipulating the need to show understanding and seek international harmony when dealing with Asia’s modern and contemporary history. judged the ban on Ienaga’s textbook to be illegal and unconstitutional. These very real problems, which are also the subject of debate in Japan itself, nonetheless remain minor compared to the situation in Korea, where the government has virtually total control over textbooks. 댓글 2001-05-07 (월) 글꼴 크게 작게 인쇄 이메일 facebook twitter 구글. And yet, as Nohira Shunsui has pointed out, the legitimacy of Korea’s criticisms over the shortcomings of Japanese textbooks does not mean that the historical consciousness of the Koreans is above reproach.11, 6While the Japanese government has never officially criticised Korean textbooks, voices close to the Tsukuru‑kai have not failed to identify certain problematic aspects, including an overly nationalistic perspective12 and a simplistic portrayal of Japan, which is described essentially as an aggressor or a diligent student that absorbed Korea’s “advanced” culture over hundreds of years.13, 7These polemical books no doubt serve as a reminder that in this controversy the criticisms are not unilateral: often accused of fanning the flames of “anti‑Japanese” sentiment,14 history education in Korea is also a source of legitimate concern in Japan. were then quick to use this refusal to justify an operation that in reality aimed to deflect the samurais’ dissatisfaction away from Japan, just as during Hideyoshi’s invasions. The six publishers are: Kŭmsŏng Ch’ulp’ansa, (National History, Junior High), Seoul, Kyohaksa, However, the reintroduction in 2002 of an authorisation system to select textbooks for teaching modern and contemporary Korean history (Han’guk kŭn‑hyŏndae kyogwasŏ. ) 53Although the research of Yoshimi Yoshiaki and other scholars has clearly demonstrated the Imperial Army’s role in setting up “comfort stations” and recruiting “comfort women”,73 Japanese historians do not seem to have succeeded in imposing these views in the realm of education. Some of the textbooks were changed so that their descriptions of the Nanjing Massacre, which originally stated that the Japanese army "killed many captives and civilians," were altered to say that it "involved" captives and civilians and "casualties were exposed. 28 (pp. These factors explain the deep‑seated resentment and distrust shown by Koreans towards a Japan that has never truly shown signs of repentance and is still seen as a threat. Although it was only adopted by a tiny minority of junior high schools. This led the Ministry of Education to gradually relax its criteria for authorisation throughout the 1970s. cit., p. 151. Countering Textbook Distortion: War Atrocities in Asia, 1937-1945 . However, several of the court rulings, notably that of 1970 (. 3 Officially entitled “Ilbon chunghakkyo kyogwasŏ Han’guk kwallyŏn naeyong sujŏng yogu charyo” 일본 중학교 교과서 한국 관련 내용 수정 요구 자료 (Document demanding the modification of Korea‑related content in junior high school history textbooks), the South Korean government’s request, made to the Japanese ambassador in Seoul on 8 May 2001, concerned 25 passages in the Tsukuru‑kai textbook in addition to 10 passages from seven other textbooks. In addition to managing diplomatic relations, the Tsushima domain obtained permission to trade [with Korea]. This view more closely reflects the findings of current research, which suggests the existence during this period of a kind of continuum of closely linked peoples and cultures rather than distinct Korean and Japanese peoples.85. While all junior high school textbooks mentioned the term “comfort women” in 1996, only three did so in 2001 and just one in 2006. China Radio International reported that the PRC government and people were "strongly indignant about and dissatisfied with the new Japanese history textbook for the year 2002 compiled by right-wing Japanese scholars". Five years later, writers of the Tōkyō Shoseki textbook seemed to have taken Korea’s comments on board (2006, p. 26): On numerous occasions during the fifth century, the Yamato kings […] sent envoys to the Southern Court of China (Five Kings of Wa) in order to gain the Chinese Emperor’s recognition of their title as king of the Wa, as well as the right to militarily command, In 451, Sei of the Wa is said to have obtained Chinese recognition of his role as protector of the. This is illustrated by the, reaction to the crisis of 2001, but also the survey carried out by the television channel. On this subject see the article and translation by Vincent. Authors are nonetheless required to submit their drafts to the Textbook Authorisation and Research Council (Kyōka‑yō Tosho Kentei Chōsa Shingi‑kai, ) at the Ministry of Education. While Japanese specialists now seem to agree that the Nihon‑fu was not an instrument for Yamato’s c, This is also the case for another sensitive issue, namely relations between Yamato and the Kaya (Kara) Confederacy in the south of the Korean peninsula, particularly the alleged establishment in the second half of the fourth century of a “Japanese colony” at Mimana (Mimana nihon‑fu setsu, The Korean government sees the use of phrases such as “Yamato lost its influence over the Korean pe, In 2001, Japan’s two main textbooks, Tōkyō Shoseki and Ōsaka Shoseki, were among six textbooks (out of eight) that claimed, according to the Korean government, that Yamato had ruled Kaya and the south of the peninsula. This is the case, for example, of the importance attached by Japanese textbooks to world history, thus placing Japanese history in a context that is not solely national and which puts the different points of view into perspective. ), Shūei‑sha 集英社, 2004, p. 130. They consider the claim that Korea was closed to Japan, or that diplomatic relations between the two countries did not exist until the signing of the Treaty of Kanghwa in 1876, to be erroneous. The same variety of opinions can be found in Korea, in addition to a few more original theories: these include Kim Sŏkhyŏng, who in the 1960s claimed that the Nihon‑fu was located in Japan and not on the Korean peninsula, or Ch’ŏn Kwanu and Kim Hyŏngu, for whom this organ was a sort of headquarters of the Paekche army stationed in Kaya. Japanese Distortion of History. itself, some specialists rightly point out that if the idea of a military expedition to Korea came about so easily, and this independently of the objectives of its advocates (deflecting samurai dissatisfaction, etc. Accordingly, I have retained only those subjects posing a problem not merely in the Tsukuru‑kai textbook, but also in Japan’s representative texts —in particular the Tōkyō Shoseki textbook— and which thus denote genuine differences in the two countries’ perception of events. (The Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform: Revival or Decline of Nationalism? These establishments account for less than 10% of Japanese junior high school students. responsible for examining the content of manuscripts, the council may make authorisation dependent on certain modifications being made. However, the biased view presented by the Tsuruku‑kai textbook is rarely shared by other Japanese texts. 94 Only 10% considered these demands justified. 34 Atarashii shakai rekishi, op. , 2001, p. 97 and 106. SEOUL - It was anticipated that the Japanese government would authorize the publication of eight kinds of revised history textbooks, including the most controversial one authored by a right-wing scholars’ group, called the Association to Make New Textbooks. A certain number of modifications can also been seen in their Korean counterpart, of which the description of Korea’s role in disseminating Sino‑Korean culture in Japan is just one example. They claim that Meiji leaders purposely used terms that disparaged the Korean monarch’s status in order to provoke a refusal from Korea. 32 Atarashii rekishi kyōkasho, op. For many, the 1910 annexation marks the culmination of a process that began long before the Meiji Restoration and joins a long list of aggressions by Japan against the Korean peninsula, beginning during the Three Kingdoms period with Yamato’s claims on Mimana. Since then, the subject has been the focus of increasing attention: The Japanese Empire did not content itself with plundering raw materials. In actual fact, the majority of the thirty‑five points identified by the Korean government in 2001 concerned only a minority of the eight Japanese junior high school textbooks. Amongst Japan’s leaders voices called for Korea to be opened up by force, In an effort to deflect the attention of the disgruntled samurai away from Japan, Saigō Takamori and others proposed to forcibly establish diplomatic relations with Korea, which was pursuing its [policy of] isolation. Secondly, the textbook’s silence as to the two countries’ objectives and the suggestion that these missions were sent merely to pay respect to the new. I would like to thank Lionel Babicz for bringing this issue to my attention. pillaged. associated with Korea during this period. Firstly, they underline Korea’s refusal to modify the traditional context of neighbourly relations between the two countries rather than its refusal to “open up”. Japanese specialists also emphasise the egalitarian nature of the context in which these embassies were sent,56 all the while pointing out that once peaceful relations had resumed, political and military preoccupations gradually gave way to a cultural dimension in which each party sought to express its sense of superiority.57. (Korean Nationalism), Tokyo, Iwanami Shoten, Kankoku, chūgoku “rekishi kyōkasho” o tettei hihan suru: waikyoku sareta tai‑n. Examples of this are the joint research conducted since 1997 by the Research Society for History Textbooks (Yŏksa Kyogwasŏ Yŏnguhoe 역사교과서연구회) and the Research Society for History Education (Rekishi Kyōiku Kenkyū‑kai 歴史教育研究会),95 as well as the publishing in 2005 of a book edited by Chinese, Japanese and Korean specialists, published96 in all three languages and intended to be a concrete example of what a history textbook used jointly in all three countries might resemble. In other words, the envoys’ objective was not to pay tribute to the. Furthermore, a “Japanese embassy” [Wakan 和館] belonging to the Sō clan was established in Pusan, Korea, housing between 400 and 500 Japanese engaged in trade or intelligence gathering.50, 36Three points were raised by the Korean government. The Japanese government has not produced its own textbooks since the School Education Law (Gakkō Kyōiku‑hō, ) was adopted in 1948. Die maritime Seidenstrasse: Küstenräume, Seefahrt und Handel in vorkolonialer Zeit. Such outcome would … 41Although the controversy specifically concerned the factors behind the Seikan‑ron, it also more generally pertained to the portrayal of Korea as a “hermit kingdom”. 52 Atarashii shakai rekishi, op. 27 (pp. On the other hand, the previous edition, used between 1997 and 2001, specified that it was the Tokugawa. The Ministry of Education’s attempts to whitewash the reality of Japan’s actions in China, by requesting for example that authors replace the term “invasion” (shinryaku 侵略) by “advancement” (shinshutsu 進出), unleashed a flurry of protests within Asia. For example, of the four examiners responsible for Japanese history textbooks, two are former stude. The first Korean‑language secondary school history textbook was published in May 1946 following the country’s liberation. the main bone of contention dividing scholars concerns Hideyoshi’s motives: the second edition the term “consumed” was r, Hideyoshi, consumed by an excessive desire to conquer Ming China with the intent of moving there with the Japanese emperor and ruling over East Asia as far as India, sent a vast army of 150,000 men to Korea in 1592 (Bunroku 1) […] The two military expeditions laid waste. cit., pp. As for the Ōsaka Shoseki textbook, it merely points out the links (. ) As it also noted, "Estimates made at a later date indicate that the total number of civilians and prisoners of war murdered in Nanjing and its vicinity during the first six weeks of the Japanese occupation was over 200,000." the current edition of the Tōkyō Shoseki textbook leaves no doubt as to the aggressive nature of the expeditions: Not satisfied with the unification of Japan, Hideyoshi sent missives to Korea, India, Luzon (Philippines) and Takasankoku (Taiwan) demanding their submission. 60 Atarashii shakai rekishi, op. 72 Kim Urim, op. His central claim concerning the unconstitutional nature of the textbook authorisation system was rejected. 70In addition to this relative restraint, efforts have also been made in recent years to address the problem of differing historical perceptions prior to the textbook writing process, notably through joint studies carried out by a certain number of civil and official organisations. Although Japan’s main textbooks provide supplementary information concerning the damage inflicted on Korea (many victims, prisoners taken to Japan). to the education boards or deliberation councils, with no guarantee that they will be taken into consideration. Statement made on 15 August 1995 to mark the 50, anniversary of the end of the Second World War, i, Joint Korean and Japanese statement (Nikkan kyōdō seimei, The Korean government justified its actions by stating the need for a “correct” (, ) view of history if friendly relations between the two countries were to be maintained. Consequently, many Koreans, both the young and men in the prime of their lives, perished on various fronts. Despite opposition from within the academic world, this state stranglehold on history education continues to this day. 37These three aspects can also be found in Japan’s other main textbooks, which paint a relatively similar picture to that of the Tsukuru‑kai: Peace was re‑established with Korea during Ieyasu’s reign and it became usual to see an embassy (Tsūshinshi) of four or five hundred people dispatched to Japan each time a new shogun was appointed. The question of the legality of the annexation treaties is, as Arnaud Nanta has pointed out, a divisive subject for Japanese and Korean historians. cit., ii, 1992, p. 233. http://www.tv‑asahi.co.jp/asanama/video/0105/mail/index.html#goiken (10 November 2009). This explanation is often repeated by Korean historians, who mention the “insolence” (oman 傲慢) of the Japanese letter65. 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