Chuo Koron (中央公論) is a monthly Japanese literary journal established during the Meiji period and continuing to this day. Published by the Chuo Koron publishing house, the journal was founded in 1887 under the title Hanseikai zasshi in Kyoto by the Hanseikai (Reflection Society), a literary group of professors and students of Ryukoku University.
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