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1. There are planned
a) One scientific lecture, in Tokyo during a period of six days, in particular,
about three hours each day; and
b) Six popular talks, once each in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Fukuoka, Sendai, and
Sapporo (for around two and a half hours).
2. If no inevitable obstacles arise, the speaker would embark on the trip at the end
of August September or the beginning of September
October[2]
1922. The
sojourn in Japan will last about one month.
3. The honorarium (including the voyage as well as accommodation costs) amounts
to two thousand (£2,000) English pounds.
Kaizosha transfers to the speaker half of the total together with this certificate
through the “Yokohama Specie Bank” in
London.[3]
The remainder will be pre-
sented to him immediately upon his arrival in Japan.
If it is impossible to come to Japan owing to unavoidable difficulties, the
advance in the amount of English £1,000 should be repaid to Kaizosha.
In great respect, we both undersign:
Berlin, the 1922
Tokyo, the 15th of Jan. 1922.
S. Yamamoto
(The representative of Kaizosha.)
22. From Sanehiko Yamamoto
Tokyo, 15 January 1922
Esteemed Professor,
We have, pursuant to the enclosed
contract,[1]
already deposited in the “Yoko-
hama Specie Bank,” No. 2 Bishopsgate, London, the amount of a thousand (1,000)
English pounds in your name, so that you can withdraw the money from the bank
either in pounds or in marks at your convenience.
About the matters concerning your voyage, please make arrangements with Mr.
Matsubara, embassy counselor at the Japanese embassy in
Berlin.[2]
We already
wrote to him with this request.
Respectfully, sincerely yours,
S. Yamamoto
(for the Kaizosha).
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