The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) is a research center for ethnology and cultural anthropology.
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SATO Koji
SATO KojiSATO Koji
Center for Cultural Resource Studies・Associate Professor
Research Specialization
  • Architectural history, ethno-architecture; Southeast Asia, Oceania
Individual Research Projects
  • A Reconstruction of the History of Wooden-Houses in Southeast Asia
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Academic Qualifications

  • B.Eng. Univ. of Tokyo 1977
  • M.Eng. Univ. of Tokyo 1983

Research Keywords

Southeast Asia, Oceania, Architectural History, Ethno-Architecture

Publications (English publications only)

1991
Menghuni Lumbung: Beberapa Pertimbangan mengenai Asal-usul Konstruksi Rumah Panggung di Kepulauan Pasifik [To Dwell in the Granary: On the Origine of the Pile-Dwelings in the Pacific]. Antropologi Indonesia 49: 31–47. University of Indonesia.

Presentations

1991
“Menghuni Lumbung: Beberapa Pertimbangan mengenai Asal-usul Konstruksi Rumah Panggung di Kepulauan Pasifik.” Seminar tentang Tradisi Budaya Indonesia–Jepang, Direktorat Jenderal Kebudayaan, Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Exhibitions

2005
“More Happy Every Day: The World of Bricolage Art” (March 17 – June 7)

Academic Qualifications

  • B.Eng. Univ. of Tokyo 1977
  • M.Eng. Univ. of Tokyo 1983

Research Keywords

Southeast Asia, Oceania, Architectural History, Ethno-Architecture

Publications (English publications only)

1991
Menghuni Lumbung: Beberapa Pertimbangan mengenai Asal-usul Konstruksi Rumah Panggung di Kepulauan Pasifik [To Dwell in the Granary: On the Origine of the Pile-Dwelings in the Pacific]. Antropologi Indonesia 49: 31–47. University of Indonesia.

Presentations

1991
“Menghuni Lumbung: Beberapa Pertimbangan mengenai Asal-usul Konstruksi Rumah Panggung di Kepulauan Pasifik.” Seminar tentang Tradisi Budaya Indonesia–Jepang, Direktorat Jenderal Kebudayaan, Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Exhibitions

2005
“More Happy Every Day: The World of Bricolage Art” (March 17 – June 7)