AOYAMA Hiro'o

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Name
AOYAMA Hiro'o
Affiliation
National Institutes for the Humanities
Section
National Museum of Japanese History, Research Department History Division
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Letters(Kyoto University), Doctor of Letters(Kyoto University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1983
 - 
1988
Research Associate, Faculty of Science ,
 
 
   
 
Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
1988
 - 
1998
Associate Professor, Faculty of Hamanities,
 
 
   
 
Niigata University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1983
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1983
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1980
Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
The Impact of Ricci’s World Maps on the Edo period of Japan
AOYAMA Hiro'o
“Reimagining the Globe and Cultural Exchange: From the World Maps of Ricci and Verbiest to Google Earth   112-115   Apr 2016   [Invited]
A Showing Method for Large Amount of Photographs Having Temporal and Spatial Infomation
AOYAMA Hiro'o
Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History   (189) 41-77   Jan 2015   [Refereed]
Some notes on the structure of picture-maps and spatial cognition in medieval Japan
Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University   (21) 305-319   1986   [Refereed]

Misc

 
The Ino Map of Japan Acquired by Siebold
Revisiting Siebold's Japan Museum   42-43   Jul 2016
Siebold’s Map Editing Activities and Materials in the von Brandenstein-Zeppelin Family Archives
AOYAMA Hiro'o
Siebold’s Vision of Japan   117-131   Mar 2015
A study of historical geography on the Kota Shrine Shiishi-ezu(territory map)
Niigata historical review   (26) 1-25   1991
The geographical memorandum concerning the bird driving-away songs
The studies in comparative history of circum-Japan-Sea areas   (1) 29-40   1992
The image of places in a literary work
Notes on theoretical geography   (4) 37-44   1985
A study of Imaginary Land Gando
the human geography   44(5) 21-41   1992
The formation and develpoment of the Naming of Nihon-kai (the Japan-Sea) : an approach from the map history
The studies in comparative history of circum-Japan-Sea areas   2,47-68    1993
The Border Line between Arakawa-no-ho and Okuyama-no-sho in the Medieval Echigo Province
The Human Geography   46(3) 98-112   1994
Maps and 'Nihon-Kai' (the Sea of Japan)
Sinica   6(2) 58-63   1995
The Power of Maps
23(7) 118-124   1993

Books etc

 
Map materials relating to Philipp Franz von Siebold in the Netherlands and Germany: With a focus on Leiden, Munich and Brandenstein Castle
AOYAMA Hiro'o (Part:Editor)
National Museum of Japanese HIstory   Mar 2016   
Space and geographical knowledge of pre-modern maps
Azekura-Syobo   2007   
The structure of Musashi-no-kuni Tsurumi-Terao ezu(picture-map)and the cosmology
1989   
The representations of two kinds of demarcation lines on Ashimori-no-sho ezu(picture-map)
1986   
An essay on the reading of a medieval picture-map in Japan
1983   
The information on the maps carried in the newspaper insertions
1989   
Behavioral Problems in Geography Revisited
1986   
A Study on formation of geographical knowledge of the Sea Japan and its surrounding areas and on the name of the Sea of Japan
1997   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The Direct Relationship Identified between the Original and the Reproduction of Kunyu Wanguo Quantu
AOYAMA Hiro'o
AH001031   13 Nov 2016   
The Impact of Ricci’s World Maps on the Edo Period of Japan [Invited]
AOYAMA Hiro'o
An international symposium “Reimagining the Globe and Cultural Exchange: From the World Maps of Ricci and Verbiest to Google Earth   23 Apr 2016   
Mateo Ricci's world maps and early modern Japan [Invited]
AOYAMA Hiro'o
The Human Geographical Society of Japan   9 Nov 2013   
The name of Nihon-kai(the Sea of Japan) on old maps [Invited]
AOYAMA Hiro'o
The International Seminar on the Geographical Name of "East Sea"   24 May 1995   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on the geographical knowledge in and around Japan
Study on the formation and the change of landscape in premodern Japan