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Farrington (Anthony) The Japan base: English East India Company attempts at inter-Asiatic trade from Japan, 1613-1623. in: Derek Massarella and Anthony Farrington (ed.), William Adams and Early English Enterprise in Japan. London: London School of Economics and Political Science 2000 pp.27-37
Hond (Jan de) and Fitski (Menno) De smalle brug: Japan en Nederland sinds 1600. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum; Nijmegen: Uitgeverij Vantilt 2016
Boot (Wim) Not out of love, but for money and profit’: Dutch-Japanese trade from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. in: Catia Antunes and Jos Gommans (ed.), Exploring the Dutch Empire: Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000. London: Bloomsbury Publishing 2015 pp.179-202
Clulow (Adam) The Company and the Shogun. The Dutch encounter with Tokugawa Japan. New York : Columbia University Press 2014
Derksen (L. F.) Tracing remnants of Dutch-Japanese affairs in the maritime cultural landscape of Japan, Master Thesis, University of Groningen 2014
Suzuki (Yasuko) Japan-Netherlands trade, 1600-1800: the Dutch East India Company and beyond. Melbourn: Trans Pacific Press 2012
Knoest (Jurre) Company privateers in Asian waters: The VOC trading post at Hirado and the logistics of privateering, ca. 1614-1624. Leidschrift, Number 3 2011 pp.43–57
Parthesius (Robert) Dutch ships in tropical waters: the development of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) shipping network in Asia 1595-1660. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2010
Clulow (Adam) A fake embassy, the lord of Taiwan and Tokugawa Japan. Japanese Studies, Vol. 30, no.1 2010 pp.23-41
Clulow (Adam) From global entrepôt to early modern domain: Hirado, 1609-1641. Monumenta Nipponica, vol. 65, no. 1 2010 pp.1-35
Clulow (Adam) European maritime violence and territorial states in early modern Asia, 1600-1650. Itinerario, vol. 33, no. 3 2009 pp.72-94
Clulow (Adam) Unjust, cruel, and barbarous proceedings: Japanese mercenaries and the Amboyna incident of 1623. Itinerario, vol. 31, no.1 2007 pp.15-34
Viallé (Cynthia) The aid of trade: Dutch gift-giving in Tokugawa Japan. 『東京大学史料編纂所研究紀要』第16号 2006 57ー78頁
Blussé (Leonard) Bull in a China shop, Pieter Nuyts in China and Japan (1627-1636). in: Leonard Blussé (ed.), Around and about Formosa. Taipei: SMC 2003 pp.95-110
Gaastra (Femme S) The Dutch East India Company. Zutphen: Walburg Pres 2003
Nagazumi (Yoko) The Japanese Go-shuinjo (Vermilion Seal) maritime trade in Taiwan. in: Leonard Blussé(ed.), Around and about Formosa. Taipei: SMC 2003 pp.27-41
Dyke (Paul van) The Anglo-Dutch fleet of defense (1620-1622): prelude to the Dutch occupation of Taiwan. in: Leonard Blussé (ed.), Around and about Formosa. Taipei: SMC 2003 pp.61-82
Rietbergen (Pieter) Japan verwoord: Nihon door Nederlandse ogen, 1600 – 1799. Amsterdam: KIT 2003
Viallé (Cynthia) Setting the records straight: some notes on the import of Chinese porcelain into Japan by the Dutch. in: Leonard Blussé (ed.), Around and about Formosa. Taipei: SMC 2003 pp.43-60
Barreveld (Dirk J) De Liefde’s tragiek en triomf : op zoek naar specerijen. Epe: Niesje Wolters vaan Bemmel 2002
Blussé (Leonard) Willem Remmelink, and Ivo Smits, eds. Bridging the divide: 400 years the Netherlands-Japan. Leiden: Hotei 2000
Tojo (Natália) The anxiety of the silent traders: Dutch perception on the Portuguese banishment from Japan. Bulletin of Portuguese Japanese Studies, vol.1 2000 pp.111-128
Suzuki (Yasuko) Japanese camphor trade by the Dutch East India Company.『花園大学文学部研究紀要』第29号 1997 63ー96頁
Hagiwara (Hirofumi) The Netherlands trading house in Hirado. The Study of Hirado City’s History, vol. 2 1997 pp.6-11
Massarella (Derek) A world elsewhere: Europe’s encounter with Japan in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. New Haven: Yale University Press 1990
Massarella (Derek) and Izumi K. Tyler The Japonian charters. The English and Dutch shuinjō. Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 45, No.2, Summer 1990 pp.189-205
Boxer (C. R) Dutch merchants and mariners in Asia, 1602-1795. London: Variorum Reprints 1988
Boxer (C. R) Portuguese merchants and missionaries in feudal Japan, 1543-1640. London: Variorum Reprints 1986
Blussé (Leonard) Justut Shouten en de Japanse gijzeling. in: Nederlands Historische Genootschap (ed.), Nederlandse Historische Bronnen 5. Hilversum : Verloren 1985 pp.69–109
Katō (Eiichi), Unification and adaptation the early shogunate and Dutch trade policies. in: Leonard Blussé and Femme Gaastra (ed.), Companies and Trade: Comparative Studies in Overseas History, 3. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff for Leiden University Press 1981 pp.207-229
Innes (Robert Leroy) The door ajar: Japan’s foreign trade in the seventeenth century. Ann Arbor: UMI Dissertation Services 1980
Iwao (Seiichi) Japanese foreign trade in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Acta Asiatica, vol. 30 1976 pp.1-18
Kato (Eiichi) The Japanese-Dutch trade in the formative period of the seclusion policy: particularly on the raw silk trade by the Dutch factory at Hirado, 1620-1640. Acta Asiatica, vol. 30 1976 pp.34-84
Nagazumi (Yōko) Japan’s isolationist policy as seen through Dutch source materials. Acta Asiatica, vol. 22 1972 pp.18-35
Volker (T) Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company: as recorded in the Dagh-registers of Batavia Castle, those of Hirado and Deshima and other contemporary papers 1602-1682. Leiden: E.J. Brill 1971
Davis (D. W.) A Primer of Dutch Seventeenth Century Overseas Trade. Hague: Martinus Nijhoff 1961
Boxer (C. R) The great ship from Amacon: annals of Macao and the old Japan trade, 1555-1640. Lisbon: CEHU 1959
Glamann (Kristof) Dutch-Asiatic trade 1620-1740. Copenhagen : Danish Science Press; The Hague : M. Nijhoff 1958
Iwao (Seiichi) Jan Joosten: the forerunner of the Dutch-Japanese relation. Tokyo: Tokyo News Service 1958
Boxer (C. R) The Christian century in Japan, 1549-1650. Berkeley: University of California Press 1951
Mulder (W.Z) Hollanders in Hirado, 1597-1641. Haarlem : Fibula-Van Dishoeck 1900s