Social history of homoeopathy in Germany; Relationship between German homeopaths and Japanese kanpo-doctors
The visit of Dr. Sakaguchi (a kanpo-doctor) to Stuttgart in 1950’s as a missonary for the oriental medicine, especially acupuncture
Contacts with journals, newsletters, institutions:
Seikoen clinic, Kyoto, Japan
Bibliography of recent (since 1993) monographs and articles:
- Doitsu „shirouto-Ishi” Dan (The Laymen Association in Germany: Homoeopathic Social Movement) (Tokyo, 1997).
- Co-operation and Tensions between Homoeopathic Lay Societies and Homoeopathic Doctors: the Homoeopathic Lay Movement in Württemberg during the Professionalisation of the Medical Profession, 1868-1921, in: Martin Dinges (ed.): Patients in the History of Homoeopathy (Sheffield, 2002), 259-281.
Address: Institute for Cultural History, Faculty of Letters, Doshisha University, Imadegawa-dori Karasuma Higashi-iru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-8580, Japan