Anyone have recommendations for nonfiction books about Japan during the Meiji era? Not just politics, but culture, etc?

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In case anyone is interested, this book (which is Open Access) seems to cover a lot of ground: muse.jhu.edu/book/33578

Also gonna see if I can track down a copy of this: press.princeton.edu/books/pape

Still open to suggestions, if anyone knows of something similar.

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