琉球中山王両使者登城行列 乾 (Please see theEnglish description for the English title) / Procession to the Shōgun's Castle by the Two Envoys from the King of Chūzan, Ryukyu, vol. 1
A pictorial scroll of the procession of Ryukyuan's envoys(Keigashi and Shaonshi) to Edo Castle in November 18th, 1710. Neither the painter name nor the completed year are known. The procession of both delegations are lively depicted in this scroll. The Keigashi(a Ryukyuan envoy who congratulates a new Shōgun on his succession) were Misato Ōji as a senior envoy and Tomimori Uēkata(Jpn., Oyakata) as a vice-envoy. The Shaonshi(a Ryukyuan envoy who expresses special gratitude with regards to the enthronement of Ryukyu King) were Tomigusuku Ōji as a senior envoy and Yoza Uēkata as a vice-envoy. In the 1st volume(HW743(1)), it is described the first half of the procession. In the 2nd volume(HW743(2)), it is carefully described the second half of the procession and the tools or musical instruments which the members of delegation were holding. (Updated on November 4, 2022)
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『琉球中山王両使者登城行列 乾 (Please see theEnglish description for the English title)』阪巻・宝玲文庫（ハワイ大学所蔵）HW743, https://shimuchi.lib.u-ryukyu.ac.jp/collection/sakamaki/hw74301