The View from 1930s Mito
In 1930s Mito, Tokiko’s accomplishments were a source of local pride. The stories that came out of Mito, however, differed from the ones produced elsewhere. Whereas the “real” Tokiko had often felt displaced and disoriented in her transition from the Tokugawa to the Meiji orders, the heroine of 1930 Mito apologists fit right in with the modern and her story was presented as an unmitigated success.
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