The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) is a research center for ethnology and cultural anthropology.
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OHTSUKA Kazuyoshi
OHTSUKA Kazuyoshi
National Museum of Ethnology・Professor Emeritus
Research Specialization
Individual Research Projects
Personal website

Academic Qualifications:

  • B.A. Meiji Univ. 1964
  • M.A. Rikkyo [St. Paul's] Univ. 1968

Geographical areas of Interest:

Japan

Discipline:

Ainu culture, material culture of North Asian food gatherers, paleoecology, prehistoric subsistence.

Publications:

2004
'International Cooperation on Museology to Be Discontinued'Co-Operation, Newsletter for the Minpaku Seminar on Museology 2004, International Cooperation Committee on Museology, pp.3-4
1999
"Tourism, Assimilation, and Ainu Survival Today", In William W. Fitzhugh and Chisato O.Dubreuil (eds.) AINU Spirit of a Northern People, pp.92-95, Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution in association with University of Washington Press
1999
"Itaomachip: Reviving a Boat-Building and Trading Tradition"In William W. Fitzhugh and Chisato O.Dubreuil (eds.) AINU Spirit of a Northern People, pp.374-376, Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution in association with University of Washington Press
1996
'Exhibiting Ainu Culture at Minpaku: A Reply to Sandra A.Niessen' "Museum Anthropology" Vol.20 No.3 pp.108-119, American Anthropologist Association

Exhibitions:

2004
Messages from the Ainu: Craft and Spirit (2004.01.08 - 02.15)