About Arishima Takeo

Takeshi Arishima Abbreviated score

Born in Tokyo (now Tokyo) in 1878 (Meiji 11). After graduating from Gakushuin secondary school, he entered Sapporo Agricultural School. In 1903 (Meiji 36), studied abroad in the United States. In 1906 (Meiji 39), he traveled to Europe with his brother, a painter Imaima Arishima, who had studied abroad in Italy. He returned to Japan the following year and took a teaching position at Tohoku Imperial University Agricultural University, the successor to Sapporo Agricultural School. Also at this time, he became a member of "Shirakaba" with Musashikoji, Atsushi, Naoya Shiga, and his brother and author Satomi Shira, and began to publish works. In 1916 (Taisho 5), his wife and father died one after another, and retired from Agricultural University the following year. Since this time, he has released works such as "Descendants of Cain", "To the Little One", "Birthless Birth", "A Woman", and "Ichibun no Grape", and has established himself as a writer at the literary stage. In addition to novels, she writes in a wide variety of areas, including fairy tales, plays, social reviews, and art reviews. 1922 (Taisho 11), seeking unification of thought and real life, free release of "Arishima Farm" owned mainly by absent land in Karita, Hokkaido (now Niseko Town) on the premise that tenants share land. . Died in 1923 (Taisho 12).
Meiji 11
1878年
 3月4日
Born in Tokyo as the eldest son of Father · Take (Takeshi), Mother · Snow (Yuki)
Meiji 17
1884年
Admission to Yokohama Eiwa School
Meiji 20
1887年
Graduate school preparatory department 3rd grade enrollment
Meiji 29
1896年
After graduating from Gakushuin secondary school, entrance to Sapporo Agricultural College 5th grade course
Meiji 32
1899年
I am determined to receive Christianity by influence of alumni, Morimoto Atsukichi.
I meet the opposition of my parents.
My father, Takeshi, is allowed to borrow the Macaribetsu Wilderness (now Niseko Town) under the name of my son-in-law, Naoto Yamamoto.
Meiji 34
1901
Sapporo Independent Parliamentary Church joined.
Father, Takeshi with KariFutoshi (now Niseko Town) "Yamamoto farm" the first visit.
Graduated from Sapporo Agricultural College. After graduation, as a volunteer, he will be military service for one year.
Meiji 36
1903年
Studying in the USA
Meiji 40
1907年
Leaving the US in the previous year, traveling around Europe and returning home.
I visited Sapporo and Arishima Farm with my parents.
Meiji 41
1908年
I moved to Sapporo as an English teacher of Tohoku Imperial University Agricultural University preschool.
Participated in the establishment of the Kurosuru Association and the socialist study group within the campus.
Changed Yamamoto Farm to Takeshi Arishima name.
Meiji 42
1909年
Inaugurated as a principal of Fukumo Night School.
Married Kanoe Yasuko, the second daughter of the army general Mao Kamio in Tokyo.
Meiji 43
1910
Magazine "Shirakaba" coterie along with his younger brother 's raw horse and Satomi Rikara.
Sapporo Independent Parliamentary Church Resignation.
Model Kinjiro Kida visited "a birth trouble" model.
Major works
"Hallucination of old captain"
大正3年
1914年
Along with the onset of tuberculosis in Yuko, she moved to Tokyo.
大正5年
1916年
Wife · Yuko (August), Father · Takeshi (December) died
Taishō 6
1917年
Retired from the Agricultural University. Since then, she has published many works and established her status as a writer.
"Arishima Takeo's work collection" was launched. Reunited with Kijimiro Kida at Arima farm.
Major works
"Descendant of Cain"
大正7年
1918年

大正9年
1920
 Major works
"To the Little One"
"Worry of being born out"
"A woman"
"Spare time to deprive love"
"A bunch of grapes"
"Traveling heart"
大正11年
1922年
In search of unification of thought and real life, the release of Arujima farm to peasants, expressed willingness to mansion household goods.
On July 18, at Yayoi Shrine in the Arima farm, declared free liberalization of farms through land sharing.
An individual magazine "Izumi" was launched.
Major works
"Declaration one"
"constellation"
"Domoto or death"
"Farewell to peasants"
大正12年
1923年
  6月9日
A woman's public reporter reporter · Akiko Hatano and Mr. Kirisawa at a villa · Kuriyatsuan.
Major works
"Parent and child"
 

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