Research Catalogue

■No.1  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 1: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Housed in  Mikado Shrine (2002)

■No.2  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 2: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Owned by Ganshuikyo (2002)

■No.3  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 3: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Housed in Sangu Shrine (2003)

■No.4  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 4: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Housed in Tsuma Shrine (2003)

■No.5  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 5: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors in Tsushima (2004)

■No.6  Corpus of Ink Impressions and Scale Drawings of Buddhist Bronze Bells in Silla and Goryeo Kingdoms (2004)

■No.7  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 7: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Housed in Yamato Bunkakan Museum (2005)

■No.8  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 8: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Housed in Nukisaki Shrine (2006)

■No.9  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 9: Research on Lion and Dragon Mirrors (2007)

■No.10  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 10: Catalog of Bronze Mirrors Housed in Education Board of Nobeoka City, Miyazaki Prefecture (2008)

■No.11  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 11: Research on Duplicate Mirrors: Cases of Eight-Pointed Mirrors (2009)

■No.12  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 12: Research on Materials Associated with Metal Casting in Hirayoshi Site; Research on Bronze Mirrors Recovered from Nara City (2010)

■No.13  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 13: Metalworks Site in Asuka (2011)

■No.14  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 14: Research on Materials Associated with Metalworks in Naizen Kitayagi Site, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture, and ?i Site, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture (2012)

■No.15  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 15: Research on Gilt Bronze Pot with Four Rings Housed in Museum of the Imperial Collections, Imperial Household Agency (2012)

■No.16  Study on History of Metalworks in East Asia 16: Research on Gilt Bronze Decorative Sword Recovered from Koaji Site, Akita City, Housed in Kyoto University Museum (2013)