For those who like this kind of stuff, Tashiro was a botanist, and was hired by the Japanese Prefecture to work in Taiwan. He collected these Makatau words from the people living around present day Fengshan Kaohsiung.
Taishiro passed away in Kagoshima in 1928, but he wanted to be buried in Taiwan. He was buried at present day Linsen Park in Taipei city.
The dictionary has 3 columns, Japanese, Makatau, and Ancient Aboriginal language, not exactly sure what that refers to.
People is Kitau
Aboriginals living in the mountains is Kaleiya. That corresponds to 傀儡蕃 in Taigi
Son is Alack
Ear is Tariga
Eye is Mata
Mouth is Gohon. However, in the ancient column, he wrote gaga, which seems to correlate with the Altayal word for tradition, law, taboo, gaga.
Hand is Lima
It’s amazing a document like this survived till this day.