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Jisha-bugy? (?) was a "commissioner" or an "overseer" of the Tokugawa shogunate in Edo period Japan. Appointments to this prominent office were always fudai daimy?s, the lowest-ranking of the shogunate offices to be so restricted. Conventional interpretations have construed these Japanese titles as "commissioner" or "overseer".
This bakufu title identifies an official with responsibility for supervision of shrines and temples. This was considered a high-ranking office, in status ranked only slightly below that of wakadoshiyori but above all other bugy?.
List of jisha-bugy?
- ^ a b Beasley, William G. (1955). Select Documents on Japanese Foreign Policy, 1853-1868, p. 323.
- ^ Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Jisha-bugy?" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 425., p. 425, at Google Books
- ^ Manabu ?ishi, ed., ?oka Tadasuke, Yoshikawa K?bunkan, referred to in Nihon no Rekishi 11, Hiroyuki Inagaki, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
- ^ Beasley, p. 335.
- ^ Beaseley, p. 338.
- ^ a b c Beasley, p. 336.
- ^ Beasley, p. 331.
- ^ a b Beasley, p. 333.
- ^ Beasley, p. 332.
- ^ Beasley, p. 337.
- ^ Dunning, Eric et al. (2003). Sport: Critical Concepts in Sociology, p. 189.