Index

Special Feature

* Zenpo Koenfun - Keyhole-shaped Burial Mounds
* Keyhole-shaped Burial Mounds
(Kazuo Hirose)

Special Feature:Zenpo Koenfun - Keyhole-shaped Burial Mounds

What are Zenpo Koenfun? (Kazuo Hirose)
Keyhole--shaped Burial Mounds in the Tohoku Region -- Northernmost Border of Kofun Culture and Post Jomon Culture (Atsushi Fujisawa)
Keyhole-shaped Burial Mounds in Kyushu -- Iwatoyama Kofun and Tsukushi no Kuni no Miyatsuko Iwai (Kaori Miyamoto)
Looking at Keyhole-shaped Burial Mounds on the Korean Peninsula (Yoshifumi Ueno)

Column

Kofun Tumuli and Genealogy (Atsushi Nito)
Waterfowl Haniwa and Tsudoshiroyama Kofun (Takayo Kaku)

A Witness to History

A photographic introduction to items from the collection
Folk Study Videos
Hana-e-shiki at Yakushiji Temple – The Ceremony and People behind the Scenes –
Kofukuji Temple and Kasuga Taisha Shrine – Amalgamation of Shinto and Buddhism and People behind the Scenes –
(Koichi Matsuo)

An Invitation to History

[Rekihaku Video Forum 4] (Jun’ichi Koike)
A Modern Chronicle of Writing Instruments – People and Fountain Pens

Introducing Our Researchers -- Part 45

History of Human-Animal Relationship (Toyohiro Nishimoto)

Construction of Gallery 6 -- A New Permanent Exhibition

Life under Occupation (Kosuke Harayama)

Book Review

"Emperor Kanmu and the Turbulent Nagaoka-kyo Capital Period" edited by the National Museum of Japanese History (Hitoshi Hayashibe)

Gallery Topics

Enhancing Gallery 5 on Modernization of Japan (Kosuke Harayama)

Rekihaku News