Plan display "Meiji Restoration to read from official document, and to solve and living - to trade Saga (3)-"
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The third of all four times series display that featured the theme of "Meiji Restoration and Saga." We introduced living of people who changed by Western culture having become available early in the Meiji era. (12 points of number of the display)
[session: for from October 3, 2018 to December 28]
Main display material introduction
It is kyuhansatsukokanhokoregisaitatsu to each ward
(January 31, 1875)
In the Meiji beginning, money that money, paper money and the Meiji government of the Edo era issued circulated in confusion. In 1871 (Meiji 4), the government set newly-issued currency by-law and issued paper money and money of the whole country unification that could trust Japanese yen, money, rin as unit.
Saga decides not to be able to be used after the time limit if we do not change paper money for new money before time limit and reaches when person who hides, and was used disposes.
On January 24, 1871 (Meiji 4), start of new-type postal services was proclaimed, and postal business began on March 1, the same year between Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto. Postal line spread out, and, in the prefecture, the mail handling place (nochino post office) was installed in each place of Tosu, Kanzaki, Ogi, Ureshino, Saga by the end of the same year.
23 post offices were set up newly in 1875 (Meiji 8), and the postal round-trip number of times was increased, too.
It is matter of submarine cable construction to Korea pot Yamaura
(March 19, 1884)
Telegraphic line construction construction to link Tokyo - Nagasaki began in August, 1871 (Meiji 4) and was opened in February, 1873 (Meiji 6). The Saga telegraphic communication station was added to the Saga mail handling place in Saga on October 1, the same year and started telegram duties.
In addition, international telegraphic communication in Japan began from submarine telegraphy between Nagasaki - Shanghai laid in 1871 by Danish Okita telegraphic communication company. The company laid the bottom of the sea telegraphic line to Pusan via Iki, Tsushima from Yobuko in 1883 (Meiji 16).