Basil Hall Chamberlain
- Born: 1850
- Died: 1935
Basil Hall Chamberlain was a British scholar who lived in Japan for over thirty years, beginning in 1873.
He produced a number of works about Japan, which remain some of the most oft-cited late 19th century English sources on Japan today, including his A Handbook for Travelers in Japan (1893).
- Andrew Gordon, A Modern History of Japan, Oxford University Press (2013), 61.
- Kikuchi Yuko, Japanese Modernisation and Mingei Theory, Routledge (2004), 142.