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Goreglyad. The Manuscript of “Kankai Ibun” in the Collection of the St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies // Manuscripta Orientalia. Vol. 3, No 2, June 1997. P. 58-67.


On the 26th of October 1804 the sloop Nadezhda commanded by I.F.Krusenstern entered the Nagasaki bay. The embassy of N.P.Rezanov to Japan was on board. There were two pretexts for sending a Russian embassy to the Tokugawa Japan which avoided external contacts: a letter from the Japanese authorities given in 1793 to Adam Laxman with a permission to send a Russian ship to Nagasaki to negotiate about the opening of trade relations between the two countries, and the coming back to their native land of four Japanese sailors from among those who had been carried to Russia by the ocean streams in 1794...

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Kankai Ibun
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