No.195 March 20/2016


Special Feature:Relationships between Two Countries Separated by a Narrow Strip of Water: Japanese-Korean Relations from the Perspectives of Folklore and History

An Introduction to the Special Features (TAKATA Kanta)
Special Feature 1: Cross-border Exchanges between Japanese and Korean People in the Medieval Period (MURAKI Jiro)
Special Feature 2: An Inscription Reproduced from the Gwanggaeto Stele: Distribution of Lime Rubbings of the Gwanggaeto Stele in Modern Times and Its Background (MIKAMI Yoshitaka)
Special Feature 3: Korean Residents in Japan in Modern and Contemporary Times: Seen from the Footage of the Colonial Period (HARAYAMA Kosuke)
Special Feature 4: A Study of Japanese Fishing Culture Remaining in Korea (MATSUDA Mutsuhiko)


Korean Archaeologists  in Colonial Korea
(TAKATA Kanta)

A Witness to History

A photographic introduction to items from the collection
Pleistocene Fossils of Wolves in Japan: NAORA Nobuo Collection
(KUDO Yuichiro)

Invitation to History

Special Exhibition “Fountain Pens: Their History and Art in Japan”
(KOIKE Jun'ichi)

Introducing Our Researchers-- Part 82

Archaeology of a Single Grain

Museum Displays Today-- Part 47

Hokkaido Museum “Mori no Charenga” (1)
Reopened in April 2015

(AIDA Masato)

Exhibition Review

Special Exhibition “OKUBO Toshimichi and the Times He Lived In”

(KUZUMI Shin'ya)

Featured Exhibition: Gallery 4

Yanagita Kunio’s Relationship with Archaeology: Insights from Yanagita’s Collection of Archaeological Materials 

(MATSUDA Mutsuhiko)

An Introduction to Special Exhibitions

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