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Chapter 13

  1. 1. Life and Works<br />of<br />Dr. Jose P. Rizal<br />
  2. 2. CHAPTER XIII:<br />RIZAL IN JAPAN<br />
  3. 3. JAPAN<br />The Land of the Cherry Blossoms<br />
  4. 4. Rizal left Hong Kong on board of the Oceanic, an American steamer on his way to Japan.<br />He arrived in Yokohama, Japan and stayed for one day in Grand Hotel.<br />
  5. 5. Rizal in Tokyo<br />After spending a day in Yokohama, Rizal went to Tokyo and stayed in Tokyo Hotel for five days.<br />Tokyo Hotel- where Rizal stayed from March 2-7 in Japan<br />Rizal’s letter to Blumentritt.<br />Tokyo is more extensive than Paris.<br />The walls are built in cyclopean manner. <br />The streets are large and wide<br />JUDO – Japanese art of self defense<br />KABUKI – Japanese drama play<br />
  6. 6. Juan Perez Caballero – secretary of the Spanish legation visited him in the hotel inviting him to stay in the Spanish legation.<br />Knowing that it is a plot to monitor him, Rizal accepted the offer for the following reasons:<br />REASONS WHY HE ACCEPTED CABALLERO’S PROPOSAL<br />He could economize his living expenses<br />He had nothing to hide from the prying eyes of the Spanish authorities.<br />He and Caballero became good friends.<br />
  7. 7. In Japan, Rizal was embarrassed because he did not knew how to speak Niponggo (Japanese Language)<br />He was mistaken as an Europeanized Japanese because he looks like a Japanese and yet speaks in different tongue.<br />
  8. 8. Rizal’s Impression of Japan<br />The scenic beauty of the country<br />The cleanliness, politeness and industry of the Japanese people.<br />The picturesque dress and simple charm of the Japanese women.<br />There were few thieves in Japan.<br />Beggars are rarely seen in the city streets.<br />
  9. 9. Rickshaw<br />Rickshaw – a popular mode of transportation which he did not like in Japan.<br />
  10. 10. Rizal and O-Sei-San<br />A samurai’s daughter of 23 years old and had never experienced true love.<br />Usui – San, her father; a store owner<br />A woman of beauty, charm, modesty and intelligence.<br />Speaks French and English<br />
  11. 11. When Rizal first introduced himself to her, he took of his hat as a sign of respect ( A German custom)<br />O-Sei-San – was more than Rizal’s girlfriend for she was his guide, interpreter and tutor.<br />She improved his knowledge of the Japanese language.<br />She eases the pain left by Leonor Rivera.<br />
  12. 12. Rizal and Osei – San are both theatre addicts.<br />They attended some kabuki plays such as; <br />Sendaihagi<br />Manjiro Nakahama<br />Chushingura<br />
  13. 13. Rizal fell greatly in-love with O-Sei-San that he was tempted to leave the Philippines and settle down in Japan.<br />He was offered a job in the Spanish Legation<br />Paciano – wrote to him reminding him of his duty and why he left the Philippines in the first place. <br />
  14. 14. Rizal left Japan via the ship Belgic, an English steamer in Yokohama bound for United States.<br />It ended 45 days of his unforgettable stay in Japan and his relationship with O-Sei-San.<br />
  15. 15. O-Sei-San after Rizal’s departure<br /><ul><li>Alfred Charlton – became the husband of O-Sei-San in 1897, one year after Rizal was executed.
  16. 16. He was a British teacher of chemistry in Peers’ School in Tokyo.
  17. 17. They had a daughter named Yuriko, who married a son of a Japanese senator
  18. 18. Seiko-Usui died in 1947 at age 80 and was buried beside her husband.</li></li></ul><li>Sayonara japan<br />April 13, 1888 – Rizal left Japan boarded in Belgic, an English steamer bound for United States<br />TetchoSuehiro – a fighting Japanese journalist, novelist, champion of human rights, who was forced by the government to leave Japan.<br />He met a semi-Filipino family – Mr. Reinaldo Turner and his wife Emma Jackson, their children and maid from Pangasinan.<br />
  19. 19. TetchoSuehiro<br /><ul><li>Became a member of the Japanese Imperial Diet (Parliament)
  20. 20. Wrote to novels:
  21. 21. Nankai-no-Daiharan(Storm Over the South Sea) – 1891 resembling Noli Me Tangere
  22. 22. O-unabara (The Big Ocean) – 1894 – resembling El Filibusterismo
  23. 23. Died in 1896 at age 49 due to heart attack. </li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Advocates of Freedom
  24. 24. Rizal
  25. 25. TetchoSuehiro</li>