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Arte e scienza tra occidente e oriente: il vetro europeo nel Giappone Edo (1603-1867)2019 Journal of glass studies 61: 209-25
  • Tiziana Iannello
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0075-4250
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
Floating world at Te Papa: the Heriot collection2019 Tuhinga (30): 56-81
  • David Bell
H6/KX [NEW ZEALAND-]1173-4337
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
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
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'
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
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
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
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
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
A miscellany of eccentricities: spirituality and obsession in Hyakka kikōden2016 Asian ethnology 75 (2): 303-25
  • W. Puck Brecher
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
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
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
Boro, Japan. Underkimono, Japan2016 Hali (187): 34-5
  • Rachel Meek
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
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
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
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
Pleasures of the floating world2013 British Museum magazine (76): 33
  • Alfred Haft
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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'
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'
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 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'
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'
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'
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
Cat's cradle in the literature of early Edo Japan2001 Bulletin of the International String Figure Association 8: 21-38
  • Yukio Shishido
1076-7886
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
Die soziale Konstruktion des japanischen Reisemarktes in der Edo-Zeit2001 Japanstudien 13: 411-36
  • David Chiavacci
0938-6491English summary
Le xilografie giapponesi della Collezione Ragusa2000/2001 Bullettino di paletnologia italiana 91/92: 239-48
  • J. Tlaga
0392-5250French summary
The appeal of Kaidan tales of the strange2000 Asian folklore studies 59 (2): 265-83
  • Noriko T. Reider
0385-2342
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
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
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