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Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between Japan and Sweden-Norway, signed at Yokohama, 11 November 1868

Treaty of Peace, Friendship etc. and Commerce between Japan and the Zollverein, signed at Yokohama, 20 February 1869

The Activities of the Yokohama Specie Bank in the Foreign Trade Financing Operations for Raw Cotton before the First World War

The Activities of Japanese Banks in Interwar Financial Centres: The Cases of the Yokohama Specie Bank’s Offices in London and New York

Agreement between France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and the United States for Taking Immediate Measures for the Re-opening of the Japanese Inland Sea, signed at Yokohama, 25 July 1863

Agreement between France, Great Britain, Italy, the North German Confederation and the United States, and Japan respecting the Duties on Silk and Tea, signed at Yokohama, 1 June 1869

Memoranda between the Representatives of France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and the United States relative to Coercive Measures and to the Non-Ratification of the Convention between France and Japan of 20 June 1864, signed at Yokohama, 15, 25 August 1864

Janice Matsumura. More than a Momentary Nightmare: The Yokohama Incident and Wartime Japan. (Cornell East Asia Series, number 92.) Ithaca: Cornell University East Asia Program. 1998. Pp. vi, 172. Cloth $22.00, paper $14.00

 

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The port of Yokohama is located on a peninsula in Tokyo Bay, about 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of Tokyo. At the opening of the twenty-first century, it was the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture and Japan’s largest seaport.

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