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OTOGI NAGAHISA, the fourth son of Kitajima Miyata, was born in Shindaiku-machi, Nagasaki, on June 9th, in the seventh year of the period Bunsei (). When eleven years old, he was adopted by his uncle, Motogi Shozaemon.
While still quite young, he took up the study of the Dutch language, and soon Binding/Famous Printers/ 4. Magata Shigeri, The life of Motogi Nagahisa, Japan’s pioneer printer, Tsukiji Type Foundry,p. 1 5. Itakura Masanobu, Motogi Shôzô no kappan jigyou, sono tenkai to yukue 本木昌造の活版事業その展開と行方, dans Motogi Shôzô to nihon no kindai katsuji 本木昌造と日本の近代活字, Magata Shigeri, The life of Motogi Nagahisa, Japan’s pioneer printer, Tsukiji Type Foundry,p.
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