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Shimoda

(shĭmō`dä), town (1990 pop. 30,081), Shizuoka prefecture, E central Honshu, Japan, at the south extremity of Izu peninsula, on Shimoda Bay. It is an important port for the peninsula. The first U.S. consulate, under Townsend Harris, was opened at Shimoda in 1856. The Gyokusenji Temple, where Harris resided (1856–57), is now a memorial.
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This book examines women's responses to the limitations and contradictions that arose as gender roles changed throughout the Meiji period in Japan, due to their increased importance in the modernization process, and the sources of power for three elite, educated women of the Meiji period and their role in shaping the national identity of women in modern Japan: Meiji Empress Haruko; public speaker, poet, and diarist Nakajima Shoen; and educator and author Shimoda Utako.
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Traps that employ light to catch insects are most effective at capturing individuals during the night time as sunlight can negate or mask their attractive influence (Shimoda & Honda 2013).