文部科学省グローバルCOEプログラム 関西大学文化交渉学教育研究拠点 東アジアの思想と構造 Miyazaki Ichisada (1901-1995), one of the representative Japanese scholars in oriental history research. With his broad academic horizon and abundant works, Miyazaki is regarded the second generation core figure of oriental history school. As a boy, Miyazaki started to learn French from the priest in his hometown, and in his youth time, Miyazaki was admitted to Kyoto University to study under the supervision of masters in oriental history, like Naito Konan, Kuwabara Zhi hidden and Haneda Tooru and etc. In the year 1932，Miyazaki was dispatched to Shanghai where he experienced and witnessed the Sino-Japanese War. During the two years following 1936, as a visitingscholar in France, Miyazaki also visited countries in west Asia all by himself. The paper tends to clarify influential factors in the formation of Miyazaki's historic view through exploring his experiences prior to his prime, and then clear up the formation track.