Past Rekihaku Lecture Series

2017

[398th Lecture Series] March 11, 2017
Shin Yoshiwara Red Light District during the Meiji Restoration
YOKOYAMA Yuriko (History Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[397th Lecture Series] February 11, 2017
Japanese on the Korean Peninsula: Japanese Burial Mounds Built on the Korean Peninsula in the Fifth and Sixth Centuries 
TAKATA Kanta (Archaeology Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[396th Lecture Series] January 14, 2017
Ancient Japan in the Light of Recent Excavations of Government Offices in the North and South
HAYASHIBE Hitoshi (Archaeology Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

2016

[395th Lecture Series] December 10, 2016
Changes in Kimono from the End of the Edo Period to the Early Showa Period
SAWADA Kazuto (Museum Science Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[394th Lecture Series] November 12, 2016
History of Products in Relation to the Body: Roles of Academia and Companies
IWABUCHI Reiji (Gakushuin Women’s College) 
AOKI Takahiro (Folklore and Folklife Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[393th Lecture Series] October 8, 2016
Multiple Ways to View and Interpret Museum Collections: The Future of Digital Presentation of Museum Collections
GOTO Makoto (Research Department, Rekihaku)

[392th Lecture Series] September 10, 2016
History and Folklore of Obon
SEKIZAWA Mayumi (Folklore and Folklife Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[391th Lecture Series] August 13, 2016
Lacquerware in the Siebold Collection
HIDAKA Kaori (Museum Science Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[390th Lecture Series] July 9, 2016
Portrait of Siebold as Seen through Letters
MIYASAKA Masahide (Nagasaki Junshin Catholic University)

[389th Lecture Series] June 11, 2016
Bringing Back Memories of Sakishima (Yaeshima/Miyako) and Ryukyu from the Remains
ONO Masatoshi (Emeritus Professor of Rekihaku)

[388th Lecture Series] April 9, 2016
Fascination of Fountain Pens
KOIKE Jun’ichi (Folklore and Folklife Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[387th Lecture Series] March 12, 2016
Museums and Digital Collections
ADACHI Fumio (Museum Science Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[386th Lecture Series] February 13, 2016
History Engraved in Stone Monuments
MIKAMI Yoshitaka (Research Department, Rekihaku)

[385th Lecture Series] January 9, 2016
Cultural History of Fake, Forgery and Imitations
KOSETO-HORYU Emi (Museum Science Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

2015

[384th Lecture Series] December 12, 2015
Ishuretsuzo and Its Historical Background
MIURA Yasuyuki (Hokkaido Museum)

[383th Lecture Series] November 14, 2015
Interesting Facts about the OKUBO Toshimichi Collection
HIGUCHI Takehiko (History Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[382th Lecture Series] October 10, 2015
Festivals and Religions in the Ryukyu Islands and Nagasaki: Folk Culture Spreading across the Sea
MATSUO Koichi (Folklore and Folklife Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[381th Lecture Series] September 12, 2015
What Are Burial Mounds?: Mind and Society Engraved in the Land
MATSUGI Takehiko (Archaeology Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[380th Lecture Series] August 8, 2015
Prussian East Asian Expedition and Japan in the Late Edo Era
FUKUOKA Mariko (History Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[379th Lecture Series] July 11, 2015
Germany and East Asia in the Twentieth Century
TAJIMA Nobuo (Seijo University)

[378th Lecture Series] June 13, 2015
Changes in the Network of the Medieval Samurai Society
TANAKA Hiroki (History Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[377th Lecture Series] May 9, 2015
Changes in the Image of Hawaii before and after the Pacific War: The Island of Dreams vs the Island of Twilight
HARAYAMA Kosuke (History Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

[376th Lecture Series] April 11, 2015
Imitations Valued Higher than Their Originals
NISHITANI Masaru (Archaeology Division, Research Department, Rekihaku)

 

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