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No. 80 (Published Feb. 2001)
Aspects of Pre-Ch‘in Culture Seen from Ch‘u Slips

IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久): Introduction

HIRASE Takao (平勢隆郎): The Ch‘u bamboo-slip T‘ai-i sheng shui from Kuo-tien considered in light of the emerging debate about T‘ai-sui  

TANIGUCHI Mitsuru (谷口満): Ch‘u bamboo slips from the Warring States period and the historical geography of the Ch‘u state

KONDO Hiroyuki (近藤浩之): The silk-manuscript Chou-i from Ma-wang-tui and divination and prayer records in Ch‘u bamboo slips from Pao-shan: A tentative study of the formation of the Chou-i as seen from the Pao-shan Ch‘u bamboo slips

YI Sung-ryul (李承律): The view of loyal ministers in the Ch‘u bamboo-slip Lu Mu-kung wen Tzu-ssu from Kuo-tien

IKEDA Tomohisa, INOKUCHI Tetsuya & YI Sung-ryul (池田知久・井ノ口哲也・李承律): Bibliography of books and articles on the Ch‘u bamboo slips from Kuo-tien

No. 79 (Published Sep. 2000)
Studies in Modern Japanese Literature

KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹): Intoroduction

UCHIDA Michio (内田道雄): Natsume Soseki in Manchuria and Korea

YAMAGATA Kazumi (山形和美): Modern Japanese literature and Christian writers

KAWAMURA Minato (川村湊): Postwar literature and the Asian experience: With reference to three writers

TOMIOKA Koichiro (富岡幸一郎): Japanese literature since World WarⅡ: A perspective on postwar Japanese literature

KUMEKAWA Mitsuki (粂川光樹): Creativity and tradition in poetry: The case of Nishiwaki Junzaburo 西脇順三郎

No. 78 (Published Mar. 2000)
Tun-huang and Turfan Studies

IKEDA On (池田温): Foreword

DONOHASHI Akio (百橋明穂): A tentative inquiry into the early caves of the Mo-kao Grottoes at Tun-huang: Questions regarding the caves from the Sui dynasty

MORIYASU Takao (森安孝夫): The Sha-chou Uighurs and the West Uighur Kingdom

TAKATA Tokio (高田時雄): Multilingualism in Tun-huang

YOSHIDA Yutaka (吉田豊): First fruits of Ryukoku-Berlin joint project on the Turfan Iranian manuscripts

IKEDA On (池田温): Recent Japanese research on Tun-huang and Turfan

No. 77 (Published July 1999)
The Man’yoshu and Chinese Literature

FUKUDA Hideichi (福田秀一): Introduction

ONO Hiroshi (小野 寛): An outline of research on the influence of Chinese literature in the Man’yoshu

WATASE Masatada (渡瀬昌忠): Kakinomoto no Hitomaro, Chinese astronomy, and Chinese traditions concerning the Seventh Night story: The “Seventh Night Poems” in the Hitomaro kashu

HAGA Norio (芳賀紀雄): The poetic style of Yamanoue no Okura: With reference to his elegy on the death of Furuhi

TATSUMI Masaaki (辰巳正明): Otomo no Tabito as a writer of Chinese poems and Japanese poems

TETSUNO Masahiro (鉄野昌弘): Otomo no Yakamochi and Chinese literature: With a focus on “Rhapsody on Mount Futagami”

No. 76 (Published Jan. 1999)
Recent Trends in Mongolian, Tibetan, and Vietnamese Studies

NAKANE Chie (中根千枝): Introduction

NAKAMI Tatsuo (中見立夫): New trends in the study of modern Mongolian history: What effect have political and social changes had on historical research?

NAKANE Chie (中根千枝): New trends in Tibetan studies: Towards an elucidation of Tibetan society

SHIMAO Minoru & SAKURAI Yumio (嶋尾 稔・桜井由躬雄) : Vietnamese studies in Japan, 1975-96

No. 75 (Published July 1998)
Religion in Modern Japan

TAMARU Noriyoshi (田丸徳善): Introduction

HAYASHI Makoto (林淳): The historical position of early modern religion as seen through a critical examination of R. Bellah’s “Religious Evolution”

YUMIYAMA Tatsuya (弓山達也): A review of the history of research on religious movements of the Bakumatsu and Restoration period and some related issues

SAKURAI Haruo (桜井治男): The shrine cult and local society in modern Japan

ISOMAE Jun’ichi (磯前順一): The establishment of modern Shintology and the role of Tanaka Yoshito

IKEGAMI Yoshimasa (池上良正): The contextualization of Japanese Christianity as a folk/popular religion: With reference to the “Holy Spirit movement” in Okinawa

SHIMAZONO Susumu (島薗進): The popularism of new religions derived from the Lotus Sutra: The early Reiyukai’s philosophy of independence and self-help and its view of history

No. 74 (Published Mar. 1998)
Kingship in South Indian History

KARASHIMA Noboru (辛島昇): Introduction

TAKAHASHI Takanobu (高橋孝信): The treatment of king and state in the Tirukkural

YAMASHITA Hiroshi (山下博司): God and king in pre-devotional Tamil texts

OGURA Yasushi (小倉泰): The changing concept of kingship in the Cola period: Royal temple construction, ca. A.D. 850-1279

KARASHIMA Noboru (辛島昇): Vijayanagar nayakas and king: An examination of nayakas in North Arcot district inscriptions

OTA Nobuhiro (太田信宏): Beda Nayakas and their historical narratives in Karnataka during the post-Vijayanagara period

No. 73 (Published Dec. 1997)
Staging Classical Japanese Theatre and Music

KOYAMA Hiroshi (小山弘志): Foreword

MATSUOKA Shimpei (松岡心平): Staging noh

GOFF, Janet: The role of the audience in noh

KOYAMA Hiroshi (小山弘志): Staging kyogen

HATTORI Yukio (服部幸雄): Staging kabuki plays

TOKUMARU Yosihiko (徳丸吉彦): Putting on traditional Japanese music concerts

No. 72 (Published Mar. 1997)
Studies in Contemporary Chinese Literature

MARUYAMA Noboru (丸山昇): Foreword

MARUYAMA Noboru (丸山昇): Contemporary Chinese literature in Japan

KIYAMA Hideo (木山英雄): The “literary renaissance” and the “literary revolution”

OKADA Hideki (岡田英樹): The realities of racial harmony: The case of the translator Ouchi Takao

KONDO Tatsuya (近藤龍哉): The transmission of the Yenan Talks to Chungking and Hu Feng: Caught between the struggle for democracy in the great rear area and Maoism

KORENAGA Shun (是永駿): The growing acceptance of contemporary Chinese poetry in Japan

No. 71 (Published July 1996)
The Making of Postwar Japan

WATANABE Akio (渡辺昭夫): Foreword

KOSAKA Masataka (高坂正堯): The establishment of the constitutional regime and its significance

MIKURIYA Takashi (御厨貴): The establishment of the 1955 regime: From the perspective of changes in the images of government under the Constitution of Japan

ITO Osamu (伊藤修): The formation process and present structure of Japan’s postwar financial system

OKAZAKI Tetsuji & ISHII Susumu (岡崎哲二・石井晋): Industrial policy in postwar Japan: Its role and institutional basis

KITAOKA Shin’ichi (北岡伸一): Yoshida Shigeru’s choices

WATANABE Akio (渡辺昭夫): Japan’s dual roles in the Asian drama: War and development


No. 70 (Published Mar. 1996)
Studies in the Poetry of Ancient and Medieval China

KOZEN Hiroshi (興膳宏): Foreword

KOZEN Hiroshi (興膳宏): Views of literature in medieval China: From the Six Dynasties to the T‘ang

MATSUURA Tomohisa (松浦友久): Rhythm in Chinese classical poetry: With a focus on “beat rhythm” and “silent syllables” (rhythm vacuums)

KAMATANI Takeshi (釜谷武志): The early Bureau of Music (yueh-fu)

TOKURA Hidemi (戸倉英美): Aspects of the infinite: Observations on the depiction of landscape in the poetry of the Six Dynasties and the T’ang

KAWAI Kozo (川合康三): The transformation of Chinese literature: From the high T‘ang to the middle T‘ang

No. 69 (Published Nov. 1995)
Studies in Ancient Japanese History

AOKI Kazuo (青木和夫): Foreword

KITO Kiyoaki (鬼頭清明): Some questions concerning ancient Japanese history: With reference to state theory

ISHIGAMI Eiichi (石上英一): State and society in ancient Japan

TONO Haruyuki (東野治之): Japanese embassies to T‘ang China and their ships

WADA Atsumu (和田萃): The origins of Ise Shrine

SATO Makoto (佐藤信): The wooden tablets (mokkan) of ancient Japan

No. 68 (Published Feb. 1995)
) and its structure

OZAKI Masaharu (尾崎正治): The history of the evolution of Taoist scriptures

MAEDA Shigeki (前田繁樹): The evolution of the way of the celestial master: Its early view of divinities

YAMADA Toshiaki (山田利明): The evolution of Taoist ritual: K‘ou Ch‘ien-chih and Lu Hsiu-ching

MARUYAMA Hiroshi (丸山宏): The historical traditions of contemporary Taoist ritual

No. 67 (Published Aug. 1994)
Foreign Relations of Tokugawa Japan: Sakoku Reconsidered

KANAI Madoka & KATO Eiichi (金井圓・加藤栄一): Foreword

KATO Eiichi (加藤栄一): Research trends in the study of the history of Japanese foreign relations at the start of the early modern period: On the re-examination of “national seclusion”―From the 1970’s to 1990’s

TSURUTA Kei (鶴田啓): The establishment and characteristics of the “Tsushima gate”

KAMIYA Nobuyuki (紙屋敦之) : Japanese control of Ezochi and the role of northern Koryo

MAEHIRA Fusaaki (真栄平房昭): Commodore Perry’s expedition to Japan and the Ryukyuan kingdom: A perspective on the history of the opening of East Asia to the West

ARANO Yasunori (荒野泰典): The entrenchment of the concept of “national seclusion”

No. 66 (Published Jan. 1994)
Buddhism in East Asia

TAKASAKI Jikido (髙﨑直道): Foreword

TAKASAKI Jikido (髙﨑直道): A history of East Asian Buddhist thought: The formation of a sphere of Chinese-canon-based Buddhism

KIMURA Kiyotaka (木村清孝): The self and the individual in Chinese Buddhism

JANG Hwee-ok (章輝玉): Wŏnhyo and rebirth tales of Kwangdŏk and Ŏjang from Silla

SUEKI Fumihiko (末木文美士): Annen: The philosopher who Japanized Buddhism

KANNO Hiroshi (菅野博史): An overview of research on Chinese commentaries of the Lotus Sutra

No. 65 (Published Aug. 1993)
Studies in Sino-Japanese

TSUKISHIMA Hiroshi (築島裕): Sino-Japanese studies: In retrospect and future prospects

KOMATSU Hideo (小松英雄): Sino-Japanese system in use

ISHIZUKA Harumichi (石塚晴通): The origins of the ssu-sheng marks

OKUMURA Mitsuo (奥村三雄): The tones of Japanese Go’on

NUMOTO Katsuaki (沼本克明): Sino-Japanese kana usage

NUMOTO Katsuaki (沼本克明): Tables of Go’on and Kan’on readings

No. 64 (Published Jan. 1993)
Japanese Studies in Tibetan History

SATO Hisashi (佐藤長): Foreword

SATO Hisashi (佐藤長) : A reconsideration of the location of the “Nine Bends West of of the River”

IWASAKI Tsutomu (岩崎力): The Tibetan tribes of Ho-hsi and Buddhism during the Northern Sung period

ISHIHAMA Yumiko (石濱裕美子): On the dissemination of the belief in the Dalai Lama as a manifestation of the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara

KATO Naoto (加藤直人): Lobjang Danjin’s rebellion of 1723: With a focus on the eve of the rebellion

SATO Hisashi (佐藤長): The origins and development of the study of Tibetan history in Japan

No. 63 (Published Nov. 1992)
Archaeological Studies of Japan

TSUBOI Kiyotari (坪井清足): Foreword

TSUBOI Kiyotari (坪井清足): Issues in Japanese archaeology

OKAMURA Michio (岡村道雄): The achievements of research into the Japanese Palaeolithic

SAHARA Makoto (佐原真): Rice cultivation and the Japanese

TSUDE Hiroshi (都出比呂志): The Kofun period and state formation

TSUBOI Kiyotari (坪井清足): The excavation of ancient palaces and capitals

No. 62 (Published Feb. 1992)
New Approaches to Modern Chinese History

KOJIMA Shinji (小島晋治): Trends in the study of modern Chinese history in Japan: The postwar era

HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志): Contemporary China and the study of modern history: Towards an understanding of Chinese society

MOTONO Eiichi (本野英一): A study of the legal status of the compradores during the 1880s with special reference to the three civil cases between David Sassoon Sons & Co. and their compradores, 1884-1887

KOBAYASHI Kazumi (小林一美): The character of land management and commercial and business operations in modern North China

UEDA Makoto (上田信): The transformation of the local system in the seventeenth century: The Chu-chi basin, Chekiang province

No. 61 (Published Aug. 1991)
The Formation of Japan’s Ethnic Culture: Comparative Approaches

OBAYASHI Taryo (大林太良): Foreword

OBAYASHI Taryo (大林太良): The ethnological study of Japan’s ethnic culture: A historical survey

SASAKI Komei (佐々木高明): The Wa people and their culture in ancient Japan: The cultures of swidden cultivation and padi-rice cultivation

IWATA Keiji (岩田慶治): The evolution of the kami cult

OBAYASHI Taryo (大林太良): The ancient myths of Korea and Japan

EMORI Itsuo (江守五夫): Cultural elements of northern provenance in the family customs of Japan