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No. 40 (Published Mar. 1981)
Japanese Research on Meiji Literature:
The Literature of Mori Ōgai and Natsume Sōseki


IKEDA Tadashi (池田重): Foreword: The formation of the modern ego and Meiji 明治 literature

HASEGAWA Izumi (長谷川泉): The significance of the Meiji period in Mori Ōgai’s 森鷗外 literature

TAKEMORI Ten’yū (竹盛天雄): The emergence of Natsume Sōseki 夏目漱石 as a novelist: His position and significance in modern Japanese literature

OGATA Tsutomu (尾形仂): The charm of Mori Ōgai’s literature: His historical novella,Gojiingahara no katakiuchi 護持院ヶ原の敵討

HIRAOKA Toshio (平岡敏夫): The charm of Natsume Sōseki’s literature: ‘Woman’ and ‘love’in his early works

KOIZUMI Kōichirō (小泉浩一郎): Recent developments in research on the literature of Mori Ōgai

NAKAJIMA Kunihiko (中島国彦): Recent achievements in Sōseki studies


No. 39 (Published Oct. 1980)
Studies in the History of Japanese Currency Systems

KOBATA Atsushi (小葉田淳): Foreword

SAKAEHARA Towao (栄原永遠男): Coinage in the Nara 奈良 and Heian 平安 periods

TAKIZAWA Takeo (滝沢武雄): Early currency policies of the Tokugawas, 1563-1608

ENOMOTO Sōji (榎本宗次): Domain coins in the early Edo 江戸 period

SAKUDŌ Yōtarō (作道洋太郎): Domain paper currencies and money merchants in the Tokugawa 徳川 period

TAYA Hirokichi (田谷博吉): The modernization of the Japanese currency system


No. 38 (Published Mar. 1980)
Japanese Studies in Social and Economic History of the Ming Dynasty

YAMANE Yukio (山根幸夫): Foreword

HOSHI Ayao (星斌夫): Transportation in the Ming 明 dynasty

MORI Masao (森正夫): The gentry in the Ming: An outline of the relations between the shih-ta-fu 士大夫 and local society

TANIGUCHI Kikuo (谷口規矩雄): Peasant rebellions in the late Ming

HAMASHIMA Atsutoshi (浜島敦俊): The organization of water control in the Kiangnan 江南 delta in the Ming period

YAMANE Yukio: Trends in postwar Japanese studies on Ming history: A bibliographical introduction


No.37 (Published Sep. 1979)
Studies in Medieval Japanese Literature

ICHIKO Teiji (市古貞次): Foreword

KUBOTA Jun (久保田淳): Allegory and thought in medieval waka 和歌: Concentrating on Jien’s 慈円 works prior to the Jōkyū disturbance (承久の乱)

OKUDA Isao (奥田勲): Renga 連歌 in the medieval period

YAMASHITA Hiroaki (山下宏明): The structure of “story-telling” (katari 語り) in Japanese war tales: With special reference to the scene of Yoshitomo’s 義朝 last moments

MIKI Sumito (三木紀人): Essays and journals in the medieval period

MURAKAMI Manabu (村上学): Setsuwa 説話 tales and hijiri 聖 ascetics

FUKUDA Hideichi (福田秀一): Studies of medieval Japanese literature: Recent trends and major achievements


No. 36 (Published Mar. 1979)
Studies in the History of Chinese Science

YABUUTI Kiyoshi (藪内清): Foreword

YABUUTI Kiyoshi: The study of the history of Chinese science in Kyoto

YABUUTI Kiyoshi: Researches on the Chiu-chih li 九執暦: Indian astronomy under the T‘ang 唐 dynasty

YOSHIDA Mitsukuni (吉田光邦): The Chinese concept of technology: A historical approach

YAMADA Keiji (山田慶児): The formation of the Huang-ti nei-ching 黄帝内経

MIYASITA Saburō (宮下三郎): Malaria (yao 瘧) in Chinese medicine during the Chin 金 and Yüan 元 periods


No. 35 (Published Nov. 1978)
Studies in Japanese Legal History

ISHII Ryōsuke (石井良助): Foreword

ISHII Ryōsuke: Japanese feudalism

KOBAYASHI Hiroshi (小林宏): Domain laws (bunkoku-hō 分国法) in the Sengoku period: With special emphasis on the Date 伊達 house code, the Jinkaishū 塵芥集

HARAFUJI Hiroshi (服藤弘司): Han laws in the Edo 江戸 period: With particular emphasis on those of Kanazawa han 金沢藩

IGETA Ryōji (井ケ田良治): Reform of law in the Meiji 明治 Restoration


No. 34 (Published Mar. 1978)
Historical Studies on Central Asia in Japan

HANEDA Akira (羽田明): Foreword

HANEDA Akira: Introduction

ODA Juten (小田寿典): Part Ⅰ. Uighuristan

MANO Eiji (間野英二): Part Ⅱ. Moghūlistān

SAGUCHI Tōru (佐口透): Part Ⅲ. Kashgaria

HAMADA Masami (浜田正美): Supplement: Islamic saints and their mausoleums

Bibiliography


No. 33 (Published Nov. 1977)
Studies in the History of Japanese Performing Arts

HAYASHIYA Tatsusaburō (林屋辰三郎): Foreword

HAYASHIYA Tatsusaburō: Ancient history and performing arts

HORIGUCHI Yasuo (堀口康生): Literature and performing arts in the medieval age: Kan’ami’s 観阿弥 dramaturgy

MORIYA Takeshi (守屋毅): Yūgei 遊芸 and chōnin 町人 society in the Edo period

KUMAKURA Isao (熊倉功夫): Traditional performing arts and the modern age

HAYASHIYA Tatsusaburō, HORIGUCHI Yasuo, MORIYA Takeshi & KUMAKURA Isao: Historical review of studies and references


No. 32 (Published Mar. 1977)
Studies on Chinese Drama and Fiction

MAENO Naoaki (前野直彬): Foreword

MAENO Naoaki: Chinese drama and fiction

IWAKI Hideo (岩城秀夫): Genealogy of Yüan-ch‘ü 元曲 admirers in the Ming 明 play world: Classic cons- ciousness of Li K‘ai-hsien 李開先, Hsü Wei 徐渭, T‘ang Hsien-tsu 湯顕祖 and Tsang Mao-hsün 臧懋循

TANAKA Issei (田仲一成): A study of P‘i-p‘a chi 琵琶記 in Hui-chou 徽州 drama: Formation of local plays in the Ming 明 and Ch‘ing 清 eras and Hsin-an 新安 merchants

ITŌ Sōhei (伊藤漱平): Formation of the Chiao-hung chi 嬌紅記: Its change and dissemination

ŌTA Tatsuo (太田辰夫): A new study on the formation of the Hsi-yu chi 西遊記


No. 31 (Published Jan. 1977)
Studies on Ancient Japanese History

INOUE Mitsusada (井上光貞): Foreword

ŌBAYASHI Taryō (大林太良): The origins of Japanese mythology

AMAKASU Ken (甘粕健): The significance of the formation and distribution of kofun 古墳

HIRANO Kunio (平野邦雄): The Yamato 大和 state and Korea in the fourth and fifth centuries

INOUE Mitsusada: The ritsuryō 律令 system in Japan

SAEKI Arikiyo (佐伯有清): Studies on ancient Japanese history: Past and present

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No. 30 (Published Feb. 1976)
Studies in the History of Foreign Trade in Early Modern Japan

IWAO Seiichi (岩生成一): Foreword

IWAO Seiichi: Japanese foreign trade in the 16th and 17th centuries

TAKASE Kōichirō (高瀬弘一郎): Unauthorized commercial activities by Jesuit missionaries in Japan

KATŌ Eiichi (加藤栄一): The Japanese-Dutch trade in the formative period of the seclusion policy: Particularly on the raw silk trade by the Dutch factory at Hirado 平戸, 1620-1640

TASHIRO Kazui (田代和生): Tsushima han’s 対馬藩 Korean trade, 1684-1710

YAMAWAKI Teijirō (山脇悌二郎): The great trading merchants, Cocksinja and his son


No. 29 (Published Nov. 1975)
Tibetan Studies in Japan

NAGAO Gadjin (長尾雅人): Foreword

SATŌ Hisashi (佐藤長): The route from Kokonor to Lhasa during the T‘ang 唐 period

YAMAGUCHI Zuihō (山口瑞鳳): The geographical location of Sum-Yul

NISHIDA Tatsuo (西田龍雄): On the development of tones in Tibetan

KITAMURA Hajime (北村甫): The honorifics in Tibetan

HADANO Hakuyū (羽田野伯獣): A note on the Ārya-Lankāvatāra-vrtti by Jñānaśrībhadra, Toh. 4018

TACHIKAWA Musashi (立川武蔵): The Tantric doctrine of the Sa skya pa according to the Śel gyi me lon

NAGAO Gadjin: Reflections on Tibetan studies in Japan


No. 28 (Published Mar. 1975)
Japanese Literature of the Tokugawa Period

NOMA Kōshin (野間光辰): Foreword

NAKAMURA Yukihiko (中村幸彦): Modes of expression in a historical context

YŪDA Yoshio (祐田善雄): The formation of early modern jōruri 浄瑠璃

OGATA Tsutomu (尾形仂): Five methods for appreciating Bashō’s 芭蕉 haiku 俳句

NOMA Kōshin (野間光辰): Saikaku’s 西鶴 adoption of shukō 趣向 from kabuki and jōruri


No. 27 (Published Sep. 1974)
Taoism

KIMURA Eiichi (木村英一): Foreword

KIMURA Eiichi: Taoism and Chinese thought

FUKUI Kōjun (福井康順): A study of Chou-i Ts‘an-t‘ung-ch‘i 周易参同契

ŌFUCHI Ninji (大淵忍爾): On Ku Ling-pao-ching 古霊宝経

MURAKAMI Yoshimi (村上嘉実): Affirmation of desire in Taoism

MIYAKAWA Hisayuki (宮川尚志): Legate Kao P‘ien 高駢 and a Taoist magician Lü Yung-chih 呂用之 in the time of Huang Ch‘ao’s 黄巣 rebellion

KUBO Noritada (窪徳忠): Taoist belief in Okinawa: With special emphasis on the kitchen god belief


No. 26 (Published Mar. 1974)

EGAMI Namio (江上波夫): Migration of cowrie-shell culture in East Asia

ITŌ Gikyō (伊藤義教): Gathica

BOXER, Charles Ralph: Macao as a religious and commercial entrepôt in the 16th and17th centuries

BEASLEY, William Gerald: Self-strengthening and restoration: Chinese and Japanese responses to the West in the mid nineteenth century

No. 25 (Published Oct. 1973)
Studies in Tokugawa Thought

UNO Seiichi & HISAMATSU Sen’ichi (宇野精一・久松潜一): Foreword

ABE Yoshio (阿部吉雄): The characteristics of Japanese Confucianism

YOSHIKAWA Kōjirō (吉川幸次郎): Itō Jinsai 伊藤仁斎

TAHARA Tsuguo (田原嗣郎): The kokugaku 国学 thought

ŌKUBO Tadashi (大久保正): The thoughts of Mabuchi 真淵 and Norinaga 宣長

SAGARA Tōru (相良亨): The spiritual strength and independence in bushidō 武士道


No. 24 (Published Mar. 1973)
Altaistic Studies in Japan

KANDA Nobuo (神田信夫): Foreword

TAMURA Jitsuzō (田村実造): The legend of the origin of the Mongols and problems concerning their migration

MORI Masao (護雅夫): Reconsideration of the Hsiung-nu 匈奴 state: A response to Professor O. Pritsak’s criticism

HATTORI Shirō (服部四郎): The Chinese dialect on which the transcription of the Yüan-ch‘ao mi-shih 元朝秘史 was based

IKEGAMI Jirō (池上二良): On one verb ending in proto-Tungus: About *-si

YAMADA Nobuo (山田信夫): A brief history of Mongolian studies in Japan 1905-1945

Books and articles on Altaistic subjects published in Japan during 1954-1971


No. 23 (Published Sep. 1972)

MORI Katsumi (森克己): The beginning of overseas advance of Japanese merchant ships

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KANAI Madoka (金井圓): Foreword

TAKASE Kōichirō (高瀬弘一郎): Royal patronage and the propagation of Christianity in Japan

NAGAZUMI Yōko (永積洋子): Japan’s isolationist policy as seen through Dutch source materials

ITŌ Tasaburō (伊東多三郎): The book banning policy of the Tokugawa 徳川 shogunate

NUMATA Jirō (沼田次郎): Dutch learning (Rangaku 蘭学) in Japan: A response pattern to the foreign impact

KANAI Madoka: How the East responded to the West: The case of J. R. Black

KATŌ Eiichi (加藤栄一): Development of Japanese studies on sakoku 鎖国 (closing the country): A survey


No. 21 (Published Oct. 1971)

NAGAO Gadjin (長尾雅人): Siddham 悉曇 and its study in Japan

KAWAKATSU Yoshio (川勝義雄): La décadence de l’aristocratie chinoise sous les Dynasties du Sud

MEKATA Makoto (目加田誠): The ruin of the land of enchantment

TOMOEDA Ryūtarō (友枝龍太郎): The characteristics of Chu Hsi’s 朱熹 thought

TANI Mitsutaka (谷光隆): A study on horse administration in the Ming 明 period

KOBATA Atsushi (小葉田淳): Coinage from the Kamakura 鎌倉 period through the Edo 江戸 period

MIYOSHI Yukio (三好行雄): The structure of Imogayu 芋粥: A chapter on Akutagawa Ryūnosuke 芥川龍之介

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