International Japan Studies, No. II, 2004.

International Japan Studies, No. II, 2004.

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  • HOSHINO Tsutomu, Foreword, pp. 1.
  • NAKANO Hideo, Research on Minorities in Japanese Culture, pp. 5-23.
  • IIDA Taizo, Japanese Studies and the Asian World: Some Essential Perspectives, pp. 25-36.
  • GAO Zen Jie, A Revolution in Japanese Cultural Studies: Thought on the Methodology of Japan Studies, pp. 37-52.
  • WANG Min, Japanese Studies in Contemporary China, 53-67.
  • OGUCHI Masashi, The Turfan documents in Berlin and the Shosoin Documents in Nara: East and West in Ancient Asia, pp. 69-78
  • SUN Wei, Satto, the King of Chusan, and his Death, pp. 79-126.
  • URUSHIBARA-YOSHINO Kazuko, Stone Fences in the Ryukyu Island: Climate and Culture, pp. 127-150.
  • SAGARA Masatoshi, Review: Patrick Beillevaire <<Le voyage au Japon>>, pp. 151-163.
  • AMANO Kiyoko and NAMIKI Yuki, Bibliographical Essay: Mount Fuji in Classical Literature, pp. 165-180.
  • NISHINO Haruo, Kanze Motomasa: Playwright and Poet in Sound, pp. (31)-(59).
  • YOSHINARI Naoki and FUKU Hiromi, An Essay on Aoriyae, pp. (1)-(30).