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Floating world at Te Papa: the Heriot collection2019 Tuhinga (30): 56-81
  • David Bell
H6/KX [NEW ZEALAND-]1173-4337
Carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur stable isotopic reconstruction of human diet in a mountainous woodland village in Sendaiji in premodern Japan2019 Anthropological Science 127 (2): 131-8
  • Mikiko Abe
  • Minoru Yoneda
  • Takumi Tsutaya
  • Tomohito Nagaoka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Some examples of artistic exchange between East and West, particularly from the Japan-China-Italy perspective2018 Human evolution 33 (3-4): 203-21
  • F. Vossilla
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Evolution & aesthetics: visual arts in comparative perspective'
Regional variations in craniofacial morphology in the Edo period2018 Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science: Series D anthropology 44: 9-19
  • Kazuhiro Sakaue
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Material report: human skeletal remains of the Edo period excavated from the Sugenhi Ato site, Shinjuku-ku2018 Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science: Series D anthropology 44: 21-43
  • Kazuhiro Sakaue
  • Mari Kajigayama
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Constructing a place, fracturing a geography: the case of the Japanese Tendai cleric Jōin2017 History of religions 56 (3): 289-310
  • Caleb S. Carter
H6/KFO [HISTORY-]0018-2710
Constructing a place, fracturing a geography: the case of the Japanese Tendai cleric Jōin2017 History of religions 56 (3): 289-310
  • Caleb S. Carter
H6/KFO [HISTORY-]0018-2710
From Yomihon to Gôkan: repetition and difference in late Edo book culture2017 Journal of Asian studies 76 (2): 311-32
  • James R. Reichert
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Speaking in tongues? Daimyo, Zen monks, and spoken Chinese in Japan, 1661-17112017 Journal of Asian studies 76 (3): 603-26
  • Rebekah Clements
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Boro, Japan. Underkimono, Japan2016 Hali (187): 34-5
  • Rachel Meek
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Folk remedies used in the Edo period to protect the lives of mothers and infants2016 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 40 (3): 459-83
  • Mikako Sawayama
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180XEnglish summary
The diet of townspeople in the city of Edo: carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analyses of human skeletons from the Ikenohata-Shichikencho site2016 Anthropological Science 124 (1): 17-27
  • Minoru Yoneda
  • Osamu Kondo
  • Takumi Tsutaya
  • Yukari Nagaoka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
A miscellany of eccentricities: spirituality and obsession in Hyakka kikōden2016 Asian ethnology 75 (2): 303-25
  • W. Puck Brecher
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
From cradle to grave: multi-isotopic investigations on the life history of a higher-status female from Edo-period Japan2016 Anthropological Science 124 (3): 185-97
  • Hikaru Uno
  • Hiroshi Miyamoto
  • Takashi Gakuhari
  • Takayuki Omori
  • Takumi Tsutaya
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Material report: a case report on human skeletal remains suggesting the penis removal in the Edo period2016 Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science: Series D anthropology 42: 19-27
  • Kazuhiro Sakaue
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Of saints and blood: the Narita Buddhist sword cult in Edo Japan2014 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 77 (2): 313-35
  • Kevin Bond
H6/KW [LONDON-]0041-977X
Human-induced traumas in the skulls of the Edo people2014 Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science: Series D anthropology 40: 13-24
  • Kazuhiro Sakaue
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Images of Edo: reinterpreting "Japanese history" and the "buraku" through community-based narratives2013 Contemporary Japan 25 (1): 17-40
  • Flavia Cangià
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729Japanese summary
Pleasures of the floating world2013 British Museum magazine (76): 33
  • Alfred Haft
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Secular changes in craniofacial morphology during the Edo period of Japan2013 Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science: Series D anthropology 39: 9-18
  • Kazuhiro Sakaue
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Sex differences in linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) in early modern Japan2012 Anthropological Science 120 (2): 97-101
  • Joichi Oyamada
  • Katsutomo Kato
  • Takayuki Matsushita
  • Toshiyuki Tsurumoto
  • Yoshikazu Kitagawa
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Estimation of mortality profiles from non-adult human skeletons in Edo-period Japan2012 Anthropological Science 120 (2): 115-28
  • Kazuhiko Shimatani
  • Mikiko Abe
  • Tomohito Nagaoka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Craniofacial variation among the common people of the Edo period2012 Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science: Series D anthropology 38: 39-49
  • Kazuhiro Sakaue
H6/HB [TOKYO-]1881-9087
Severe lead contamination among children of samurai families in Edo period Japan2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (1): 23-28
  • Koji Matsuno
  • Masami Matsushita
  • Tajimi Nakashima
  • Takayuki Matsushita
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Anmerkungen zu einem Mollusken-Motiv auf einem japanischen Helm des Staatlichen Museums für Völkerkunde München2010-11 Münchner Beiträge zur Völkerkunde 14: 365-70
  • Georg Schifko
H6 [MUNCHNER BEITRAGE ZUR VOLKERKUNDE-]0936-837XEnglish summary
Sacred dance at Sensōji. the development of a tradition2010 Asian ethnology 69 (2): 265-92
  • Gerald Groemer
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
Dental characteristics of Tohoku residents in Japan: implications for biological affinity with ancient Emishi2009 Anthropological Science 117 (2): 95-105
  • Hirofumi Matsumura
  • Yukio Dodo
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Pathology of deciduous teeth in the samurai and commoner children of early modern Japan2008 Anthropological Science 116 (1): 9-15
  • Joichi Oyamada
  • Katsutomo Kato
  • Kazunari Igawa
  • Yoshikazu Kitagawa
  • Yoshitaka Manabe
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Molecular genetic analysis of 16th-18th century remains from Ishikobara site, Nagano prefecture, Japan2007 Bulletin of the National Science Museum: Series D anthropology 33: 9-20
  • Ken-ichi Shinoda
H6/HB [TOKYO-]0385-3039
Demographic structure of the human skeletal remains from the Ikenohata-Shichikenco site, Tokyo2007 Bulletin of the National Science Museum: Series D anthropology 33: 21-38
  • Tomohito Nagaoka
H6/HB [TOKYO-]0385-3039
Reconstruction of palaeodemographic characteristics from skeletal age at death distributions: perspectives from Hitotsubashi, Japan2007 American journal of physical anthropology 134 (3): 301-11
  • Kazuaki Hirata
  • Tomohito Nagaoka
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Female shamans in eastern Japan during the Edo period2007 Asian folklore studies 66 (1-2): 27-53
  • Gerald Groemer
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]0385-2342in special issue 'Narratives and rituals in Asian folk religion and culture' in honour of Peter Knecht
The medium is the message: Hirata Atsutane's ethnography of the world beyond2006 History of religions 45 (4): 337-72
  • Wilburn Hansen
H6/KFO [HISTORY-]0018-2710
Views of ancient China in the Edo period. Re-evaluating ancient Chinese studies in the Edo period2005 Oriental culture 85: 5-35
  • Takao Hirase
H6/KWV [ORIENTAL-]0564-0202in special issue ''Re-creating' Chinese myths of antiquity in the making of a new East Asian world order: a comparative perspective from ancient China to Ming and Edo'
The Edo period, on the eve of Japan's modern era. The foundation of Japanese arithmetic texts in the early Edo period - A study of abacus counting system of the Hassan-Kenichi2005 Oriental culture 85: 37-78
  • Tokimasa Takeda
H6/KWV [ORIENTAL-]0564-0202in special issue ''Re-creating' Chinese myths of antiquity in the making of a new East Asian world order: a comparative perspective from ancient China to Ming and Edo'
Views of the Ming dynasty in the Edo period. A comparative study of Ming and Edo illustrated fiction2005 Oriental culture 85: 79-100
  • Yasuchi Oki
H6/KWV [ORIENTAL-]0564-0202in special issue ''Re-creating' Chinese myths of antiquity in the making of a new East Asian world order: a comparative perspective from ancient China to Ming and Edo'
Promotion of European medicine and Japanese craftsmanship seen in Okuda wooden human skeleton made during Edo era, Japan2005 Bulletin of the National Science Museum: Series D anthropology 31: 1-9
  • Hisao Baba
  • Kazuyoshi Suzuki
H6/HB [TOKYO-]0385-3039
Deutsche Mediziner in Japan - ein Beitrag zum Wissenstransfer in der Edo-Zeit2005 Japanstudien 17: 31-56
  • Edgar Franz
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]0938-6491in thematic section 'Deutschland in Japan'; English summary
The rise of 'Japanese music'2004 The World of Music 46 (2): 9-34
  • Gerald Groemer
H6/KFY [WORLD-]0043-8774in special issue 'Japanese musical traditions'
Edo traditions on the 'Islands of exile': the narrative ballads of the southern Izu Islands2004 The World of Music 46 (2): 99-121
  • Jane Alaszewska
H6/KFY [WORLD-]0043-8774in special issue 'Japanese musical traditions'
Secular changes in Japanese crania from the late Edo period to the modern period2003 Anthropological Science 111 (1): 1-29
  • Tomohito Nagaoka
0918-7960
The use of simulation models to estimate frequency and location of Japanese Edo period wrecks along the Canadian Pacific coast2003 Canadian journal of archaeology 27 (1): 74-94
  • Richard T. Callaghan
*H6/KE 'CANADIAN-'0705-2006French summary
Die soziale Konstruktion des japanischen Reisemarktes in der Edo-Zeit2001 Japanstudien 13: 411-36
  • David Chiavacci
0938-6491English summary
Human skeletal remains of the medieval and Edo periods from the Obusato site 20th locality, Saitama prefecture2001 Bulletin of the National Science Museum: Series D anthropology 28: 27-38
  • Horoyuki Yanagida
  • Yousuke Kaifu
0385-3039
Cat's cradle in the literature of early Edo Japan2001 Bulletin of the International String Figure Association 8: 21-38
  • Yukio Shishido
1076-7886
Le xilografie giapponesi della Collezione Ragusa2000/2001 Bullettino di paletnologia italiana 91/92: 239-48
  • J. Tlaga
0392-5250French summary
Gourmetcomics in Japan: Betrachtungen zum Begründer und Trendsetter Oishinbo (Der kleine Feinschmecker)2000 Japanstudien 12: 183-209
  • Stephan Köhn
0938-6491in special issue 'Essen und Ernährung im modernen Japan'; English summary
The appeal of Kaidan tales of the strange2000 Asian folklore studies 59 (2): 265-83
  • Noriko T. Reider
0385-2342
Une crise de substinence dans une ville seigneuriale japonaise au XIXe siècle: étude d'aprés les notes journalières de Hishiya Hikoji pour l'année Tenpō 8 (1837)1997 Bulletin de l'Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient 84: 249-83
  • Guillaume Carré
0336-1519
Poor swelling of the parietal tuber associated with the strong occlusal wear of the maxillary first molar1992 Bulletin of the National Science Museum: Series D anthropology 18: 39-62
  • Yuji Mizoguchi
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