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No. 60 (Published Mar. 1991)
Studies in the History of the Six Dynasties

TANIGAWA Michio (谷川道雄): Foreword

YOSHIKAWA Tadao (吉川忠夫): Scholarship in Ching-chou 荊州 at the end of the Later Han 後漢 dynasty

YASUDA Jirō (安田二郎): The changing aristocratic society of the Southern Dynasties and regional society: Paricularly in the Hsiang-yang 襄陽 region

OCHI Shigeaki (越智重明): The Southern Dynasties aristocratic system and dynastic change

TANIGAWA Michio: Prominent family control in the Six Dynasties

KUBOZOE Yoshifumi (窪添慶文): Japanese research in recent years on the history of Wei 魏, Chin 晋 and the Northern and Southern dynasties


No. 59 (Published Oct. 1990)
The Emperor System in Modern Japan

BANNO Junji (坂野潤治): Foreword

ŌSAWA Hiroaki (大沢博明): Emperor versus army leaders: The “complications” incident of 1886

TERASAKI Osamu (寺崎修): How radicals in the popular rights movement viewed the emperor: A brief analysis

YASUDA Hiroshi (安田浩): The modern emperor system as it took shape before and after the Sino-Japanese War 1894-5

BANNO Junji: Emperor, cabinet and Diet in Meiji 明治 politics (1880-1913)

MASUDA Tomoko (増田知子): The emperor’s right of supreme command as exercised up to 1930: A study based especially on the Takarabe 財部 & Kuratomi 倉富 diaries

WATANABE Osamu (渡辺治): The emperor as a “symbol” in postwar Japan


No. 58 (Published Mar. 1990)
Studies in the History of the Ch‘in and Han Dynasties

KOGA Noboru (古賀登): Foreword

YAMADA Katsuyoshi (山田勝芳): Offices and officials of works, markets and lands in the Ch‘in 秦 dynasty

KUDŌ Motoo (工藤元男): The Ch‘in bamboo strip Book of Divination (Jih-shu 日書) and Ch‘in legalism

NAGATA Hidemasa (永田英正): A diplomatic study of the Chü-yen 居延 Han 漢 wooden strips

KAMIYA Masakazu (紙屋正和): The staffing structure of commandery offices and county offices and the relationship between commanderies and counties in the Han dynasty

KOGA Noboru: A brief history of Ch‘in and Han studies in Japan


No.57 (Published Sep. 1989)
Japanese Studies in Indian Philosophy

MAYEDA Sengaku (前田専學) : Foreword

MIYAMOTO Keiichi (宮元啓一): Artha according to the Naiyāyikas and Vaiśesikas

MARUI Hiroshi (丸井浩): What prompts people to follow injunctions?: An elucidation of the correlative structure of interpretations of vidhi and theories of action

KANAZAWA Atsushi (金沢篤): Notes on the Sankarsa-kānda: Under stimulus from the article by Lariviere

KIYOSHIMA Hideki (清島秀樹): The concept of anirvacanīya in early Advaitavedānta

MAYEDA Sengaku & TANIZAWA Junzō (谷沢淳三): Studies on Indian philosophy in Japan 1963-1987


No. 56 (Published Mar. 1989)
Continuity and Discontinuity in Japanese Literature

IKEDA Tadashi (池田重): Foreword

SUZUKI Hideo (鈴木日出男): Continuity and discontinuity in monogatari 物語 literature

AKIYAMA Terukazu (秋山光和): Continuity and discontinuity in the pictorial composition of handscroll painting

IKEDA Tadashi: Continuity and discontinuity in renga 連歌: One feature of Japanese literature

HASEGAWA Izumi (長谷川泉): Continuity and discontinuity in modern Japanese literature

ŌOKA Makoto (大岡信): Linked poetry: Experiments with Western poets


No. 55 (Published Nov. 1988)
Viewpoints on T‘ang China (Translated by P. A. Herbert)

IKEDA On (池田温): Foreword

OTAGI Hajime (愛宕元): Eastern Wei Bridge 東渭橋 Eastern Wei Bridge Granary 東渭橋倉 during the T‘ang 唐 period

TONAMI Mamoru (礪波護): Policy towards the Buddhist church in the reign of T‘ang Hsüan-tsung 玄宗

HORI Toshikazu (堀敏一): Social change in Tun-huang from the latter half of the T‘ang dynasty

KANEKO Shūichi (金子修一): T‘ang international relations and diplomatic correspondence

KEDA On: A review of T‘ang studies in Japan in recent years


No. 54 (Published Mar. 1988)
Studies in Japanese Educational History

TERASAKI Masao (寺崎昌男): Foreword

IRIE Hiroshi (入江宏): Apprenticeship training in Tokugawa 徳川 Japan

ISHIKAWA Matsutarō (石川松太郎): The Meiji Restoration and educational reforms

AMANO Ikuo (天野郁夫): Educational reforms in modern Japan before and during World War Ⅱ: Centering on the discussions regarding the school system

SATŌ Hideo (佐藤秀夫): The basic source materials on the education reform in postwar Japan: Report of the surveys conducted by the NIER research group

TERASAKI Masao: The study of Japanese educational history: A brief history and related problems


No. 53 (Published Feb. 1988)
Studies of Manchu History in the Ch‘ing

KANDA Nobuo (神田信夫): Foreword

MATSUMURA Jun (松村潤): On the founding legend of the Ch‘ing 清 dynasty

ISHIBASHI Hideo (石橋秀雄): On irgen, jušen, and aha in the early Ch‘ing

HOSOYA Yoshio (細谷良夫): The Han 漢 Chinese generals who collaborated with Hou-Chin kuo 後金国

YOSHIDA Kin’ichi (吉田金一): On the eastern extremity of the Sino-Russian border delimited by the Nerchinsk Treaty

KANDA Nobuo: Japanese studies in Ch‘ing history, particularly those based on Manchu source materials


No. 52 (Published Mar. 1987)
Studies on Sung-Ming Neo-Confucianism

UNO Seiichi 宇野精一: Foreword

OKADA Takehiko (岡田武彦): Trends of Neo-Confucianism in the Sung 宋 and Ming 明: The tendency of simplification in theory and of emphasizing practice

TOMOEDA Ryūtarō (友枝龍太郎): I T‘oe-gye’s 李退溪 view regarding the Confucian term wu-ko 物格

YAMASHITA Ryūji (山下龍二): The development of ideas on sovereignty: From the Sung to the Ming

YAAMANOI Yū (山井湧): Wu T‘ing-han’s 呉廷翰 “philosophy of ch‘i 気"

ŌSHIMA Akira (大島晃): Japanese studies on Neo-Confucianism during the Sung and Ming dynasties: A bibliographical survey


No. 51 (Published Feb. 1987)
Studies on Shinto

SONODA Minoru (薗田稔): Foreword

SONODA Minoru: The religious situation in Japan in relation to Shinto 神道

OKADA Shōji (岡田荘司): The development of state ritual in ancient Japan

SAKAMOTO Koremaru (阪本是丸): Religion and state in the early Meiji 明治 period (1868-1912)

SAKURAI Haruo (桜井治男): Tradition and change in local community shrines

UEDA Kenji (上田賢治): The monotheistic tendency in Shinto faith

HIRAI Naofusa (平井直房): Studies on Shinto in pre- and post-war Japan


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No. 50 (Published Mar. 1986)
Studies in Social and Political History of the Sung Dynasty

NAKAJIMA Satoshi (中嶋敏): Foreword

UMEHARA Kaoru (梅原郁): Civil and military officials in the Sung 宋: The chi-lu-kuan 寄禄官 system

KONDŌ Kazunari (近藤一成): Su Shih’s 蘇軾 relief measures as prefect of Hang-chou 杭州: A case study of the policies adopted by Sung scholar-officials

WATANABE Hiroyoshi (渡辺紘良): Local shih-ta-fu 士大夫 in the Sung

ARAKI Toshikazu (荒木敏一): Nung Chih-kao 儂智高 and the k‘o-chü 科挙 examinations

HASEGAWA Yoshio (長谷川誠夫): Trends in postwar Japanese studies on Sung history: A bibliographical introduction


No. 49 (Published Aug. 1985)
Studies on Bushi (Samurai)

BITŌ Masahide (尾藤正英): Foreword

ISHII Susumu (石井進): The formation of bushi bands (bushidan 武士団)

YOSHIE Akio (義江彰夫): The Kamakura 鎌倉 bakufu as a legitimate public authority

NAGAHARA Keiji (永原慶二): The lord-vassal system and public authority (kōgi 公儀): The case of the Sengoku daimyō 戦国大名

TAKAGI Shōsaku (高木昭作): “Hideyoshi’s 秀吉 peace” and the transformation of the bushi class: The dissolution of the autonomy of the medieval bushi

BITŌ Masahide (尾藤正英): Bushi and the Meiji 明治 Restoration


No. 48 (Published Mar. 1985)
Japanese Studies in Later Medieval Indian Society

KARASHIMA Noboru (辛島昇): Introduction

KARASHIMA Noboru: Nayaka rule in North and South Arcot districts in south India during the sixteenth century

KOTANI Hiroyuki (小谷汪之): The Vatan-system in the 16th-18th century Deccan: Towards a new concept of Indian feudalism

SATŌ Masanori (佐藤正哲): The Mughal impact on the political and social institutions of the Rajputs

KONDŌ Osamu (近藤治): Commerce and industry in Mughal India: With special reference to Gujarat


No. 47 (Published Jan. 1984)
The Assimilation of Buddhism in Ancient Japan: From Introduction to Firm Acceptance

TAKASAKI Jikido (髙﨑直道): Foreword

TAMURA Enchō (田村圓澄): Japan and the eastward permeation of Buddhism

KANAJI Isamu (金治勇): Three stages in Shōtoku Taishi’s 聖徳太子 acceptance of Buddhism

TAMURA Kōyū (田村晃祐): The doctrinal dispute between the Tendai 天台 and Hossō 法相 sects

TSUDA Shin’ichi (津田真一): The hermeneutics of Kūkai 空海

TAKASAKI Jikido: Kōbō Daishi 弘法大師 (Kūkai) and Tathāgatagarbha thought


No. 46 (Published Mar. 1984)
Studies in Ancient Japanese Literature

INAOKA Kōji (稲岡耕二): Foreword

KŌNOSHI Takamitsu (神野志隆光): On the sedōka 旋頭歌

IMURA Tetsuo (井村哲夫): The influence of Buddhist thought on the Man’yōshū 萬葉集 poems of Yamanoue no Okura 山上憶良

MŌRI Masamori (毛利正守): The principles governing the hypermeter in the Man’yōshū

KOBAYASHI Yoshinori (小林芳規): The kun 訓 readings of the Kojiki 古事記


No. 45 (Published Dec. 1983)
Studies in Social and Political History of the Yüan Dynasty

MURAKAMI Masatsugu (村上正二): Foreword

MAKINO Shūji (牧野修二): Transformation of the shih-jen 士人 in the late Chin 金 and early Yüan 元

EBISAWA Tetsuo (海老沢哲雄): Bondservants in the Yüan

UEMATSU Tadashi (植松正): The control of Chiang-nan in the early Yüan

ŌSHIMA Ritsuko (大島立子): The chiang-hu 匠戸 in the Yüan

MURAKAMI Masatsugu (村上正二): Trends in postwar Japanese studies in Yüan history


No. 44 (Published Mar. 1983)
Studies in Japanese Medieval Social and Economic History

HŌGETSU Keigo (宝月圭吾): Foreword

KUDŌ Keiichi (工藤敬一): Shōen 荘園

WAKITA Haruko (脇田晴子): Cities in medieval Japan

MIURA Keiichi (三浦圭一): Villages and trade in medieval Japan

AMINO Yoshihiko (網野善彦): Some problems concerning the history of popular life in medieval Japan

KOYAMA Yasunori (小山靖憲): Recent trends in the study of the social and economic history of medieval Japan


No. 43 (Published Aug. 1982)
Japanese Studies in Ancient and Medieval Indian History

ARA Matsuo (荒松雄): Foreword

YAMAZAKI Gen’ichi (山崎元一): The spread of Buddhism in the Mauryan age: With special reference to the Mahinda legend

YAMAZAKI Toshio (山崎利男): Some aspects of land-sale inscriptions in fifth and sixth centuries Bengal

TSUKINOWA Tokifusa (月輪時房): The influence of Seljuq architecture on the earliest mosques of the Delhi Sultanate period in India

ARA Matsuo: The Lodhī rulers and the construction of tomb-buildings in Delhi

YAMAZAKI Toshio & YAMAZAKI Gen’ichi: Postwar Japanese studies in the socio-economic history in ancient India

ARA Matsuo & TSUKINOWA Tokifusa: Outline of surveys and studies of the architectural remains of the Delhi Sultanate period


No. 42 (Published Feb. 1982)
Studies in the History of Western Learning (Yōgaku)

NUMATA Jirō (沼田次郎): Foreword

KATAGIRI Kazuo (片桐一男): The rise and development of Dutch learning (Rangaku 蘭学) in Japan

ISHIYAMA Hiroshi (石山 洋): The Yōgaku 洋学 scholars’ awareness of the outer world: Japanese world geography in the Tokugawa 徳川 period

IDA Yoshiharu (井田好治): Growth and development of Western learning in Japan: Mainly from Dutch to English studies

OKUBO Toshiaki (大久保利謙): Western learning (Yōgaku) in the late Tokugawa period: Particularly the development of humanistic and social studies

NUMATA Jirō (沼田次郎): Studies of the history of Yōgaku: A bibliographical essay


No. 41 (Published Dec. 1981)
Historical Studies on Central Asia in Japan

ENOKI Kazuo (榎一雄): Foreword

MATSUDA Hisao (松田寿男): The T‘ien-shan 天山 range in Asian history

MAEJIMA Shinji (前嶋信次): The Zoroastrian kingdoms in Māzandarān and the T‘ang 唐 empire

MORI Masao (護雅夫): The T‘u-chüeh 突厥 concept of sovereign

SAGUCHI Tōru (佐口透): The formation of the Turfan principality under the Ch‘ing 清 empire

ENOKI Kazuo: A history of Central Asian studies in Japan


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