Departmental Bulletin Paper 植民地朝鮮における中村健太郎と朝鮮仏教団の活動とその意義

孫, 知慧

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
This study purposed to explore the activities of Nakamura Kentaro (1880-?) who stayed in Korea during the period from 1899 to 1945 and was deeply involved in the Buddhist circle of the country. Among his many activites, this study was particuarly focused on his promotion of the Chōsen Bukkyōdan, which continued its activities from the 1920s to the 1940s. Nakamura's activities related to the Chōsen Bukkyōdan shows the purposes of establishing a religious organization in a colony and the directions of activities of such organizations. What is more, they expose the real face of the religious policies of the Government-General of Korea,which promoted 'the oneness of Korea and Japan' through Buddhism. Thus, this study attempted to explain Nakamura's view of Korean Buddhism and the meanings of his activities through the Chōsen Bukkyōdan based on Nakamura's Chōsen seikatsu gojune (1969) and Chōsen Bukkyō, the bulletin of the Joseon Buddhist Mission.

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