National Museum of Ethnology
10-1 Senri Expo Park, Suita, Osaka 565-8511, Japan
- B.A. Ritsumeikan Univ. 1967
- M.A. Ritsumeikan Univ. 1969
- Ph.D. Ritsumeikan Univ. 1988
- Study on the aboriginal societies in rural towns
Recent Research Interests:
- I am currently studying the aboriginal societies in rural towns. Their individual life history and social situation differ considerably from those residing in metropolitan or remote areas.
Geographical Areas of Interest:
- Australia, indigenous people, aboriginal people
- Australian indigenous people, urban aboriginal people
- Study on the Australian indigenous people
- How the Census Has Counted Indigenous People since Colonization: A Note on the Australian Case (in Japanese). Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology 25 (3): 433–457.
- The Return to Aboriginal Identity of the Nunga: Indeginous People in Adelaide (in Japanese with English abstracts). In K. Aoyagi and T. Matsuyama (eds.) Indigenous Peoples and Cities: Towards New Horizons of Anthropology, pp.3–23. Yokyo: Aoki Shoten.
- Messages from Ancestral Beeings in Australia: An Aboriginal Contemporary Mythrogical World (in Japanese). Tokyo: Kadokawa Shoten.
- A Note on Government Policy and Urban Aborigines’ Life Histories in Adelaide, South Australia. Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology 18 (3): 409–451.
- Living in Eucalyptus Forest: Djinang Speaking People's Way of Life in Arnhem Land (in Japanese). Tokyo: NHK Books.
- N. Peterson and T. Matsuyama (ed.) Cash, Commoditisation and Changing Foragers. (Senri Ethnological Studies No.30). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
- Sharing and Money in an Aboriginal Outstation. In N. Peterson and T. Matsuyama (eds.) Cash, Commoditisation and Changing Foragers (Senri Ethnological Studies No.30), pp.17–30. National Museum of Ethnology.
- Australia: Australian Aborigines. In T. Fujii (ed.) The JVC Video Anthology of World Music and Dance, Book IX: Oceania, pp.25–32, Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.
- Nut Gathering and Processing Methnods in Traditional Japanese Villages. In S. Koyama and D. Hurst Thomas (eds.) Affluent Foragers. (Senri Ethnological Studies No.9), pp.117–140. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
- “Sharing and Private Property among the Djinang of Arnhem Land.” The 12th International Taniguchi Symposium, Foragers in the Contemporary World, National Museum of Ethnology. Osaka, Japan.
- “Nut Gathering and Procrssing Methods in Traditional Japanese Villages.” The 3rd International Taniguchi Symposium, Affluent Foragers: Pacific Coasts East and West, National Museum of Ethnology. Osaka, Japan.