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Titles of the Special Issues


On Japan
History
No. 13: Modernization of Japan
No. 22: Sakoku: Japan’s Seclusion Policy, 1633-1853 (ed. by Kanai Madoka)
No. 30: Studies in the History of Foreign Trade in Early Modern Japan (ed. by Iwao Seiichi)
No. 31: Studies on Ancient Japanese History (ed. by Inoue Mitsusada)
No. 35: Studies in Japanese Legal History (ed. by Ishii Ryōsuke)
No. 39: Studies in the History of Japanese Currency Systems (ed. by Kobata Atsushi)
No. 44: Studies in Japanese Medieval Social and Economic History (ed. by Hōgetsu Keigo)
No. 49: Studies on Bushi (Samurai) (ed. by Bitō Masahide)
No. 54: Studies in Japanese Educational History (ed. by Terasaki Masao)
No. 59: The Emperor System in Modern Japan (ed. by Banno Junji)
No. 67: Foreign Relations of Tokugawa Japan: Sakoku Reconsidered
     (ed. by Kanai Madoka & Katō Eiichi)
No. 69: Studies in Ancient Japanese History (ed. by Aoki Kazuo)
No. 71: The Making of Postwar Japan (ed. by Watanabe Akio)
No. 81: Studies in Medieval Japanese History (ed. by Ishii Susumu)
No. 87: Studies in Early Modern Japanese History (ed. by Takagi Shōsaku)
No. 92: The Transformation of Japanese International Relations: From early modern to modern
          times (ed. by Mitani Hiroshi)
No. 95: Studies on Medieval Ryukyu within the Maritime Network in Asia (ed. by Murai Shōsuke)
No. 99:Studies on the Ritsuryō System of Ancient Japan: In Comparison with the T'ang
     (ed. by Ōtsu Tōru)
No.102 The Modern West and the Establishment of an “East Asian Sphere of Civilization”
     (ed. by Hazama Naoki)
No.103: Intercultural Contact in Medieval Japan (ed. by Murai Shōsuke)
No.114 Shih-lu / Sillok / Thực lục / Jitsuroku in Modern East Asia (ed. by Nakami Tatsuo)
No.115 Medical Treatment and Its Indigenization in the Sinographic Cultural Sphere
     (ed. by Mayanagi Makoto)

Literature & Language
No. 28: Japanese Literature of the Tokugawa Period (ed. by Noma Kōshin)
No. 37: Studies in Medieval Japanese Literature (ed. by Ichiko Teiji)
No. 40: Japanese Research on Meiji Literature: The literature of Mori Ōgai and Natsume Sōseki
     (ed. by Ikeda Tadashi)
No. 46: Studies in Ancient Japanese Literature (ed. by Inaoka Kōji)
No. 56: Continuity and Discontinuity in Japanese Literature (ed. by Ikeda Tadashi)
No. 65: Studies in Sino-Japanese (ed. by Tsukishima Hiroshi)
No. 77: The Man’yōshū and Chinese Literature (ed. by Fukuda Hideichi)
No. 79: Studies in Modern Japanese Literature (ed. by Kumekawa Mitsuki)
No. 83: The Current State of Research on Monogatari (ed. by Fukuda Hideichi)
No. 89: Japanese Literature of Wandering and Itinerancy (ed. by Kumekawa Mitsuki)
No.105 Comparative Research on “Written Prayers”(Yüan-wen / Ganmon) in China and Japan
     (ed. by Kim Moonkyong)
No.107 The Reception of Chinese Literature in Japanese Literature and Its Transformation
     (ed. by Ōtani Msao)

Philosophy, Thought & Religion
No. 20: Studies on Kamakura Buddhism (ed. by Tamaki Kōshirō)
No. 25: Studies in Tokugawa Thought (ed. by Uno Seiichi & Hisamatsu Sen'ichi)
No. 42: Studies in the History of Western Learning (Yōgaku) (ed. by Numata Jirō)
No. 47: The Assimilation of Buddhism in Ancient Japan: From introduction to firm acceptance
     (ed. by Takasaki Jikido)
No. 51: Studies on Shinto (ed. by Sonoda Minoru)
No. 66: Buddhism in East Asia (ed. by Takasaki Jikido)
No. 75: Religion in Modern Japan (ed. by Tamaru Noriyoshi)
No. 91: The Cutting Edge of Research on Japanese Buddhism (ed. by Sueki Fumihiko)
No. 97: Women in Japanese Buddhism: Focusing on the Ancient and Medieval Period
     (ed. by Ōsumi Kazuo)
No.111 Recent Trends in Japanese Language Studies (ed. by Kida Akiyoshi)

Art, Archaeology, Anthropolgy, & Performing Arts
No. 15: Studies in Chinese and Japanese Art History
No. 33: Studies in the History of Japanese Performing Arts (ed. by Hayashiya Tatsusaburō)
No. 61: The Formation of Japan’s Ethnic Culture: Comparative Approaches
     (ed. by Ōbayashi Taryō)
No. 63: Archaeological Studies of Japan (ed. by Tsuboi Kiyotari)
No. 73: Staging Classical Japanese Theatre and Music (ed. by Koyama Hiroshi)
No. 85: The Current State of Research on Japanese Art History and Related Issues
     (ed. by Kobayashi Tadashi)
No.101: Hell and Its Representation in Japanese Culture: From Pictorial Art to Performing Art
     (ed. by Misumi Yōichi)

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On China
History
No. 12: Studies in Modern Chinese History
No. 36: Studies in the History of Chinese Science (ed. by Yabuuti Kiyoshi)
No. 38: Japanese Studies in Social and Economic History of the Ming Dynasty (ed. by Yamane Yukio)
No. 45: Studies in Social and Political History of the Yüan Dynasty (ed. by Murakami Masatsugu)
No. 50: Studies in Social and Political History of the Sung Dynasty (ed. by Nakajima Satoshi)
No. 53: Studies of Manchu History in the Ch‘ing (ed. by Kanda Nobuo)
No. 55: Viewpoints on T‘ang China (ed. by Ikeda On)
No. 58: Studies in the History of the Ch‘in and Han Dynasties (ed. by Koga Noboru)
No. 60: Studies in the History of the Six Dynasties (ed. by Tanigawa Michio)
No. 62: New Approaches to Modern Chinese History (ed. by Kojima Shinji)
No. 84: New Directions in the Study of Sung History (ed. by Ihara Hiroshi)
No. 88: Ming-Ch‘ing History Seen from East Asia Literature (ed. by Kishimoto Mio)
No.102 The Modern West and the Establishment of an “East Asian Sphere of Civilization”
     (ed. by Hazama Naoki)

Literature
No. 16: Studies in Chinese Literature
No. 32: Studies on Chinese Drama and Fiction (ed. by Maeno Naoaki)
No. 70: Studies in the Poetry of Ancient and Medieval China (ed. by Kōzen Hiroshi)
No. 72: Studies in Contemporary Chinese Literature (ed. by Maruyama Noboru)
No. 82: New Approaches to the History of Chinese Fiction with a Focus on Narrative
     (ed. by Kominami Ichirō)
No.105 Comparative Research on “Written Prayers”(Yüan-wen / Ganmon) in China and Japan
     (ed. by Kim Moonkyong)

Philosophy, Thought & Religion

No. 27: Taoism (ed. by Kimura Eiichi)
No. 52: Studies on Sung-Ming Neo-Confucianism (ed. by Uno Seiichi)
No. 66: Buddhism in East Asia (ed. by Takasaki Jikido)
No. 68: The Basic Structure of Taoism (ed. by Fukui Fumimasa)
No. 80: Aspects of Pre-Ch‘in Culture Seen from Ch‘u Slips (ed. by Ikeda Tomohisa)
No. 98: The Culture of “Heaven” in the Former and Later Han (ed. by Ikeda Tomohisa)
No.109 & No.110: A New Approach to Chinese Intellectual History: With a Focus on Modes of
    Scholarship and Their Transmission (ed. by Kominami Ichirō)
No.112 Japanese Research on Intellectual Trends in China and Korea from the Eleventh to
     Seventeenth Centuries (ed. by Kojima Tsuyoshi)
No.113 Computational Arts (Shu-shu) and Intellectual Thought in Traditional Chinese Society
     (ed. by Ikeda Tomohisa)

Art & Archaeology
No. 15: Studies in Chinese and Japanese Art
No. 100: The Present State and Future Prospects of Japanese Research on the History of
     Chinese Art (ed. by Ogawa Hiromitsu)

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On Other Areas
History
No. 18: Japanese Studies in Southeast Asian History (ed. by Iwao Seiichi)
No. 24: Altaistic Studies in Japan (ed. by Kanda Nobuo)
No. 29: Tibetan Studies in Japan (ed. by Nagao Gadjin)
No. 34: Historical Studies on Central Asia in Japan (ed. by Haneda Akira)
No. 41: Historical Studies on Central Asia in Japan (ed. by Enoki Kazuo)
No. 43: Japanese Studies in Ancient and Medieval Indian History (ed. by Ara Matsuo)
No. 48: Japanese Studies in Later Medieval Indian Society (ed. by Karashima Noboru)
No. 64: Japanese Studies in Tibetan History (ed. by Satō Hisashi)
No. 74: Kingship in South Indian History (ed. by Karashima Noboru)
No. 76: Recent Trends in Mongolian, Tibetan, and Vietnamese Studies (ed. by Nakane Chie)
No. 78: Tun-huang and Turfan Studies (ed. by Ikeda On)
No. 92: Studies in Southeast Asian History (ed. by Sakurai Yumio)
No. 94: Japanese Studies in the History of Pre-Islamic Central Asia (ed. by Moriyasu Takao)
No.102: The Modern West and the Establishment of an “East Asian Sphere of Civilization”
     (ed. by Hazama Naoki)
No.104: The Geopolitics of Scholarship: Asian Studies in the United States and Asia
      in the Postwar Period (ed. by Hamashita Takeshi)
No.106: Society and Thought during the Later Chosŏn Dynasty (ed. by Kawahara Hideki)
No.114 Shih-lu / Sillok / Thực lục / Jitsuroku in Modern East Asia (ed. by Nakami Tatsuo)
No.115 Medical Treatment and Its Indigenization in the Sinographic Cultural Sphere (ed. by
     Mayanagi Makoto)

Philosophy, Thought & Religion
No. 57: Japanese Studies in Indian Philosophy (ed. by Mayeda Sengaku)
No. 66: Buddhism in East Asia (ed. by Takasaki Jikido)
No. 86: Islam in History: Sūfī Saints and Religious Factions (ed. by Satō Tsugitaka)
No. 90: Word and Meaning in Indian Philosophy (ed. by Hattori Masaaki)
No. 96: Mahāyāna Buddhism: Its Origins and Riality (ed. by Saitō Akira)
No.108 Buddhism and Debate: The Development of Mahāyāna Buddhism and Its Background
     in Terms of Religio-Philosophical History (ed. by Saitō Akira)
No.112 Japanese Research on Intellectual Trends in China and Korea from the Eleventh to
     Seventeenth Centuries (ed. by Kojima Tsuyoshi)


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