YUKI Yoshinobu

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Name
YUKI Yoshinobu
E-mail
y_yukiic.daito.ac.jp
Affiliation
Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology
Section
Industrial Systems Engineering, Department of Liberal Arts
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master(Literature)(Osaka University)
Research funding number
90230614

Profile

I majored in Chinese philosophy at Osaka University.
After graduation, I have taught Japanese, modern and classical Chinese, philosophy at colleges and universities, while I have struggled to find my own method. Also, I have reseached Kaitokudo(懐徳堂) school. Chinese fluent ;English also fluent.

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
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Today
Professor, Department of Literature, Daito Bunka University
 
Apr 2012
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Mar 2018
Professor, Department of Technological Systems; Liberal Arts, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology
 
Apr 2011
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Mar 2012
Associate professor, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology
 
Apr 2010
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Mar 2011
Associate Professor, Osaka Prefectural College of Technology
 
Apr 1994
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Mar 2010
Lecturer, Osaka Prefectural College of Technology
 

Education

 
Apr 1988
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Mar 1990
Philosophy, Graduate School, Division of Letters, Osaka University
 
Apr 1984
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Mar 1988
Philosophy(Chinese Philosophy), School of Letters, Osaka University
 

Published Papers

 
Who was the Copy Person of "Goi Ranshu Kougi Hikki"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitokudo Studies   (10) 21-31   Feb 2019   [Refereed]
The paper proves that "Goi Ranshu Kougi Hikki" are not the Ranshu's manuscripts but the manuscripts copied by someone around Irie Ikusai.
How to Teach Classical Chinese Composition in Kaitokudo School
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   64 68-86   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
This paper introduces the method to teach Classical Chinese composition at the Kaitokudo school in Edo period.
Rulinzhuan in Houhanshu and Shiji: A Genealogy of Remonstration
YUKI Yoshinobu
The Humanities   35 83-92   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
Chinese Society around Xinhai Revolution seen in Huajiconghua
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitoku   85 60-71   Jan 2017   [Refereed]
"Huaji Conghua(滑稽叢話)" is a rare book that contains many stories and poems which reflect the society and the thoughts of intellectuals at the Xinhai revolution period. The paper introduces typical examples of this kind of stories and poems.
The Exixtence of Unprinted Part of Goi Ranshu"Meiwa"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   50 15-28   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
When we read Goi Ranshu's "Meiwa", we now only refer to the printed "Ranshumeiwa" published in 1911. But the author discovered some manuscripts of "Meiwa" that precede the printed one. Furthermore, the manuscript of Osaka University contains Vol.2...
Journey to Yoshino by Nakai Shoen:Journey of his "Ryuhekino"2
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Kamigata Culture Research Center   16 1-27   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
YUKI Yoshinobu
The Journal of Kanbun Studies   11 107-132   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
In this article I essay a reconstruction of a diagram based on the "Zhongyong"中庸("Chuyo tenmeisei zu" 『中庸』天命性圖) by the Edo-period Confucian Goi Ranshu 五井蘭洲 and examine its distinctive features. This diagram is no longer extant, but it can be recon...
Characteristics of Nakai Riken's “Rongo Hogen(Lunyu Fengyuan)”―Practical explanations using many similes―
YUKI Yoshinobu
International Papers on Sinology   5輯 215-241   Jan 2016   [Refereed]
This paper introdeces the characteristics of Nakai Riken's interpretation of Analects. He explains Analects very vividly using many similes.
Journey to Yoshino by Nakai Shoen:Journey of his "Ryuhekino"1
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Kamigata Culture Research Center   15 23-40   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Journey of Kato Kagenori's "Kantoroku":Journey to Naruto
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Kamigata Culture Research Center   14 1-22   Mar 2013   [Refereed]
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitoku   81 23-38   Jan 2013   [Refereed]
In 1780, some scholars of Kaitokudo school visited 11 places around Lake Biwa. After returning to Osaka, they edited the book named Kankocho to commemorate the journey. Kankocho includes pictures and classical Japanese poems and classical Chinese ...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   46 1-12   Dec 2012
In 1772, Nakai Chikuzan, the scholar of Kaitokudo school in Osaka, visited Edo--nowaday's Tokyo. When returning to Osaka, Chikuzan encouterd disastrous storm and flood. He recorded the situation in detail in the travel book named Seijoki. This art...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   53 61-80   Jun 2011   [Refereed]
Kato Kagenori(加藤景範) was a poet and scholar in the Edo period. His work "Minkansatoshigusa" is a book for enlightenment written for the common people. It is characterized by its standpoint, its explanation of the reason why people should follow eth...
A Research in the places in "Kankocho(環湖帖)"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitokudo Studies   2 15-39   Feb 2011   [Refereed]
"Kankocho(環湖帖)" is a picture album with Japanese and Chinese poems drawn and written by scholars of Kaitokudo(懐徳堂) school in the Edo period. The author visited the 11 places of "Kankocho" and analyzed the characteristics of those places compared w...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   44 41-49   Feb 2011
This paper introduces an trial at Interdisciplinary Research(A subject at 3rd grade), in which the author make students reclaim land and plant vegetables.
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   45 15-22   Dec 2011
"Touseikou(東征稿)" is a traveller's journal from Osaka to Edo in 1772 written by Nakai Chikuzan(中井竹山),which is composed of Chinese classic poems. It is an important document with which we can know his activities and relationship with other people. ...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   49 1-19   Dec 2009   [Refereed]
"Hibutsukeiseihen(非物継声篇)" is a manuscript written by Nakai Riken(中井履軒). The aim of this manuscript is to criticize Ogyu Sorai(荻生徂徠) whose doctrine had strong influence at that time. This paper analyzes when and how this manuscript was written and ...
The Reason Why Giraffe is Called Qilin in Chinese and Kirin in Japanese
YUKI Yoshinobu
International Conference on East Asia      Oct 2008   [Refereed]
Now giraffe is called changjinglu(長頸鹿"long-neck-dear") in Chinese and kirin(麒麟) in Japanese. Originally Kirin(麒麟) was imaginary animal in ancient China. So, why was giraffe called Kirin(麒麟) in China in Ming dynasity and in Japan even now? This pap...
OGAWA Seiji, YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   (42) 63-72   Jul 2008
Three years have passed since Osaka Prefectural College of Technology started Interdisciplinary Research(A subject name in 3rd grade). This paper introduces how we teach.
Which letter does "Re"-mark belong to?:The Position of "Re"-mark When Starting a New Line
YUKI Yoshinobu, SHIMANO Tatsuo
Japanese Society for the Culture of Katachi   4 1-5   Jul 2008   [Refereed]
This Paper traces the change of "Re"-mark's position in the line, and examines the reason of it. Nowadays we consider "Re"-mark belongs to a letter upside, and put "Re"-mark at the end of the line when staring a new line. On the other hand, in the...
Museology of Nakai Riken: Reading his "Sakurajo""Ekujiri"
YUKI Yoshinobu
KYOU   11 569-618   Jun 2008   [Refereed]
Confucianist Nakai Riken was also interested in museology, and wrote "Sakura-jo(Picture Book)" and "Ekujiri(Commentary on "Sakura-jo")". This paper introduces their contents and analyses their characteristics, which reflect Riken's point of view e...
Viewpoint of Nakai Riken to Taoism
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   46 34-72   Jun 2008   [Refereed]
This paper argues Nakai Riken's way of looking at Taoism. Former studies pointed out that Riken appriciated Taoism. But this paper says that Riken radically opposed Taoism. This paper also discusses his understanding of the difference of Laozi and...
YUKI Yoshinobu
The Humanities   26 69-96   Mar 2008   [Refereed]
Now giraffe is called changjinglu(長頸鹿"long-neck-dear") in Chinese and kirin(麒麟) in Japanese. Originally Kirin(麒麟) was a imaginary animal in ancient China. So, why is giraffe called Kirin(麒麟) in China in Ming dynasity and in Japan even now? This pa...
The Construction and Contents of "Essorouhitsu(越俎弄筆)"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Nakai Riken's Thought about Natural Science:His Calendar, Hour System and Anatomy   66-89   Mar 2008
"Esso Rouhitsu(Beyond my Speciality)" was famous for its anatomical charts preceding "Kaitai Shinsho(New Text on Anatomy)" . This paper intoroduces how it was formed by materials recently discovered and its characteristics by comparing with anatom...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   43 41-59   Jun 2007   [Refereed]
Nakai Riken made his own calendar named "Kashokoku-Reki(The calendar of Kasho country)"--Kashokoku is an imaginary paradise in his mind based on the story of Zhuangzi.
Besides he rather supported the fixed time method than flexible time method(var...
On the Mathematical Structure of Kanbun Reading
SHIMANO Tatsuo, YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   41 25-28   Jul 2007
This paper analyses the mathmatical structure of Kanbun Reading(Traditional method of reading Chinese Classics in Japan).
From "Sengen(専言)","Hengen(偏言)" to "Hangen(泛言)","Sengen(専言)"__Nakai Riken's Adaptation of Neo-Confucianism Terms
YUKI Yoshinobu
Crossroads of Chinese Studies   702-715   Apr 2006
Nakai Riken Studied Neo-Confucianism, and respected Zhuxi. But he also criticized Zhuxi's thought. This paper introduces one example that he had doubt about Zhuxi's doctorine and changed his desription.
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of the Sinological Society of Japan   57 242-255   Oct 2005   [Refereed]
 The Confucianist Nakai Riken中井履軒 also had an interest in the natural sciences, and there have survived three of his astronomical charts, known as the "Mokusei tenzu"木製天圖(Wooden Chart),"Kamisei tenzu"紙製天圖(Paper Chart) and "Hozu"方圖. In the past, va...
Chinese Education with Emphasis on the Learner's Motivation
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Tecnology   38 61-68   Jul 2005
The most important point in learning is learner's motivation. However, the current arguments on education is lacking in attention to this point. This paper presents several ways to motivate learners, to help them set their own goals, and to make ...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   37 51-63   Jul 2004
 The aim of this paper is to compare stories in Kakanshogo and those of Edo Kobanashi(funny stories of the Edo period). Kakanshogo is one of the collections of funny stories in the Edo era written in classical Chinese language. On the stories coll...
Reading Seminar of Chinese classics as a General Education
YUKI Yoshinobu
New Education of Chinese Characters and Chinese classics   29 69-75   Nov 1999   [Refereed]
The author have taught students who do not specialized in Chinese Classics in university for years. This paper analyses how to teach them and what meaning it has. The author finds its meaning in that Japanese use Chinese character in writing syste...
On Zhang Ailing(張愛玲)'s Yangge(秧歌)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   33 71-80   Jul 1999
Zhang Ailing's "Yangge" is highly evaluated as anti-Communism masterpiece. But this paper claims that the distinctive feature of this novel is its character's psychological portraits which do not always coincide with the aim of anti-Communism.
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   32 107-120   Jun 1998
It has been considered that the existing text of "Zhuangzi(荘子) is the mixture of the idea of Zhuangzi and that of his followers. Over the past centuries, numerous attempts have been made by scholars to distinguish the thought of Zhuangzi himself f...
On the Purpose and Teaching of General Education
YUKI Yoshinbobu
Education of Osaka Pref. College of Technology   4 1-13   Mar 1998
There are some points of view on liberal arts. This paper supports the idea that liberal arts is the ability to manage problems we meet. And the method to teach liberal arts should be to make students experience the process to discover problems, r...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   31 91-97   Jun 1997
This paper explains the author's understanding of debate and the reason why the author introduces debate in class. The author thinks debate is very effective way to enhanse language ability and master the way of thinking. The problem of debate is ...
On "Mengqiu(蒙求)" Series in Encyclopedia
YUKI Yoshinobu
Report of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research   163-174   Mar 1996
Mengqiu seems to be collection of stories, but is traditionally categorised into Encyclopedia(類書) in China, because it made pair of two similar stories. And because it was widely read, many books that had similar style with it had published. This ...
Yuki Yoshinobu
Memoirs of Yuge National College of Maritime Technology   16 92-104   Feb 1994
Ren(仁) of Confucius is widely regarded as love(愛). But we can not explain all of Ren in the Analects of Confucius. This paper claims that Ren as love is originated in the Discourses of Mencius, and reconsiders the meening of Ren in the Analects of...
Yuuki Yoshinobu
Memoirs of the Yuge National College of Maritime Technology   15 103-112   Feb 1993
The current text of Yinwenzi is supposed to be a forged-book in Weijin period. But the author concludes this text basically is the same text that is listed in Hanshu Yiwenzhi, through investigating the text and the transition of Yinwenzi's evaluat...
Feihan(非韓) by Qisong(契嵩)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Machikaneyama Ronso(Philosophy)   24 27-42   Dec 1990   [Refereed]
This paper analyses the way how Qisong in Song dynasty criticized Hanyu who sharply attacked Buddhism. The feature of Qisong's criticism is that he standed on the Confucian side. His criticism can be categorised into three types as below: 1.Hanyu'...
The way of expressing Kanbun reading Algorithm by Using Parentheses
SHIMANO Tatsuo, YUKI Yoshinobu
This paper has not be published because of the rejection by "Atarashii Kanji Kanbun Kyoiku(New Chinese classics Study)".

Misc

 
An Annotated Reprint of Kato Kagenaori's "Saiyukiko"
YUKI Yoshinobu
87-118   Mar 2016
An Annotated Reprint of Kato Kagenori"Kantokiko"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   49 29-42   Dec 2015
Parodied Poems and Songs on the Internet that Criticize Modern China
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture College of Technology   47 33-42   Dec 2013   [Refereed]
An anotated translation of Donald J. Munro "The Concept of Man in Early China" Preface and Chapter1
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   54 1-35   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
Reprinting and Annotation of Kato Kagenori's "Minkan Satoshi Gusa"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitokudo Studies   3 125-145   Feb 2012   [Refereed]
Reprinting and Annotation of Nakai Riken's "Riken Kofuu"Vol.1
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitokudo Studies   1 35-100   Feb 2010   [Refereed]
"Riken Kofu(Old fashioned poems of Riken)" is the Poetical Works of Nakai Riken written in Classical Chinese. The author has already translated Vo.1. So in this paper, the author translates Vol.2, in which we can find poems with which we can see R...
Let's Go Abroad by Yourself
YUKI Yoshinobu
Library Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   42 2-2   Mar 2010   [Invited]
Nakai Riken(中井履軒)'s letters to Miura Baien(三浦梅園)
IWAMI Teruhiko, YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2009 29-48   Feb 2009   [Refereed]
The paper introduces five letters from Nakai Riken to Miura Baien, and analyses when and how they were written.
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   42 89-100   Jul 2008
We can fand many funny poems and songs on the Internet now which can disapper at any time. The author sellected remarkable poems and songs on the Internet in 2007, and analyses how and why they spreaded.
Reprinting and Annotation of Nakai Riken(中井履軒)'s "Sakurajo(左九羅帖)","Ekujiri(画觽)"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kyouu   11 619-701   Jun 2008   [Refereed]
Symposium:Can Sinology in Japan survive in the next century?
KISHIMA Fumio, YUKI Yoshinobu,SUENAGA Takayasu
Nagoya University journal of Chinese philosophy   7 38-57   Mar 2008   [Refereed]
This symposium discusses the problem of sinology of Japan now and what we should do.
Reprinting of Nakai Riken(中井履軒)'s"Hibutsukeiseihen(非物継声篇)"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2008 25-43   Feb 2008   [Refereed]
A World of Literary Men in the Edo Period__Miki Family's Painting
YUKI Yoshinobu, TAKASHIMA Ai
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2008 51-57   Feb 2008   [Refereed]
Miki Family that was a village headman in the Edo period in Banshu has left many collections of arts. This paper introduces so-called 'gasan(praise for painting)' on the collections of Miki Family, with which we can see the spiritual world of the ...
Reprinting and Annotation of "Ekujiri" by Nakai RIken
YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2007 49-82   Feb 2007   [Refereed]
"Ekujiri" is a book written in Japanese by Nakai Riken. It is a explanation of the pictures in "Sakurajo(PIcture book)" also drawn by him(or a painter). His aim is to correct wrong names that did not correspond to the objects.
Reprinting and Commentary of Nakai Riken's"Ekujiri"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2007 49-82   Feb 2007   [Refereed]
Materials about Cosmology, Calendar and Hour System of Nakai Riken(中井履軒)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2006 15-71   Feb 2006   [Refereed]
A confucianist Nakai Riken left many articles on cosmology, calendar and hour system. This paper collects these articles as much as possible.
Library Catalogue of the Collections on Kaitokudo School in Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   37 1-27   Jun 2005   [Refereed]
The Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library has many materials of Kaitokudo school. Their collection is the largest except Osaka University Kaitokudo Library. This paper is a catalogue of these collections. This is a basic catalogue to search Kaitok...
Reprinting and Annotation of "Mukasi no Tabi(Journey of the Old Time)" by Nakai Riken
YAHANO Takao, YUKI Yoshinobu, INOUE Ryo, SANO Daisuke, IKEDA Mitsuko, KURODA Hidenori, UENO Yoko, SUGIYAMA Kazuya
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2005 82-128   Feb 2005   [Refereed]
"Mukashi no Tabi(Journey of the old time)" is a book written in Japanese by Nakai Riken in the Edo period. Althogh it was a fiction, it reflects the facts and we can know much about his journey to Tatsuno in 1771, especially about his activity of ...
Bibliographical notes to the Materials of Kaitokudo Library(17)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Report of Collaborative Research of Kaitokudo Library(2005)   74-83   Feb 2005
Reprinting and Annotation of Nakai Riken(中井履軒)'s "Kashogeigo(華胥囈語)"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2005 31-81   Feb 2005   [Refereed]
Confuciast Nakai Riken has left many Japanese writtings as well as Chinese ones. This paper reprints his "Kashogeigo(Gibberish in Kasho Country)" and annotated it.
"Rakuzeikeinou(洛汭奚嚢)": Visit to Kyoto by Nakai Riken(中井履軒)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Journal of Kaitokudo Center   2004 49-76   Feb 2004   [Refereed]
Confuciast Nakai Riken is known as a hermit. But he once accepted the invitation of a noble in 1776 and stayed in Kyoto for a year. This paper elucidates how Riken felt at that time by translating his "Riken KOfuu(Collection of his Chinese poems)...
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Kaitokudo Center   34 68-78   Dec 2003   [Refereed]
"Kaitokudokaisensikan" is a role of poems written at the farewell party for Nakai Riken in 1776, which celebrated his visit to Kyoto. Through these poems, we can recognize how the people at that time see Riken's visit to Kyoto.
Bibliographical notes to the Materials of Kaitokudo Library(7)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Report of Collaborative Research of Kaitokudo Library(2003)   61-95   Feb 2003
A Trial for TOEIC by a Japanese Teacher
YUKI Yoshinobu
Library Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   27 2-2   Jul 2002   [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu, YAHANO Takao, YAMAGUCHI Sumiko, KAMATA Keiichi
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   31 108-98   Jun 1997
A Report on Debate at 4th Grade Japanese Class
YUKI Yoshinobu
Education of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   3 1-9   Mar 1997
This papaer explains why the author introduced debate as a method of teaching Japanese and how the author taught in class.
YUKI Yoshinobu, YAHANO Takao, YAMAGUCHI Sumiko, YOKOKUBO Yoshihiro,KAMATA Keiichi
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   30 118-109   Jun 1996
"Rulinzhuan" of "Houhanshu" is a basic material to understand the history of Confucianism. So we translated it into Japanese and annotated it.
A Report on Presentation Education at 2nd Grade Japanese Class
YUKI Yoshinobu
Education of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   1 27-33   Mar 1995
This paper is a report of the author's trial of making students present what they think or reseach. The author thinks it important that students actively read and speak, which is not put emphasis on in Japanese school.
The Translation of Xing Ming Gu Xun Bian Zheng(『性命古訓弁証』)the third volume, written by Fu Si Nian(傅斯年)(2)
FUJII Taketo, YAHANO Takao, YUKI Yoshinobu
Research reports of Anan National College of Technology   29 31-39   Mar 1993
Yushiro Yoshinobu
Memoirs of Yuge National College of Maritime Technology   15 92-102   Feb 1993
The paper translates Yinwenzi into Japanese and annotated it.
Teaching Method of Interdisciplinary Research:a three-year report
OGAWA Seiji,YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   (No.42) 63-72   2008
Chinese Education with Emphasis on the Learner's Motivation
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefectural College of Technology   (No.38) 61-68   2004
The Translation of Xing Ming Gu Xun Bian Zheng(『性命古訓弁証』)the third volume, written by Fu Si Nian(傅斯年)(1)
FUJII Taketo, YAHANO Takao, YUKI Yoshinobu
Research reports of Anan National College of Technology   28 85-91   Mar 1992
Fu Sinian's "Xingming Guxun Bianzheng" is an excellent work that analysed important words Xing(性) and Ming(命). This paper translates its Vol.3 into Japanese and annotated it.
A Note on Yinxun(因循) of Wang Bi(王弼)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Chinese Studies   8 15-19   Nov 1989   [Refereed]
Wang Bi who wrote an annotation of Laozi thought that the main thought of Laozi is Yinxun. On this Yinxun, some scholar says it is originated from Zhuangzi, and some says it is originated from Hanfeizi. This paper examined two doctorines and suppo...
A summary of papers on Kaitokudo(6)
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kaitoku   57 133-135   Jan 1988
An Annotated Reprint of Mimura Konzan"Houzanyuso"
YUKI Yoshinobu
Bulletin of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   48 27-36   Dec 2014

Books etc

 
Research on the Kaitokudo school (Ⅱ)
YUKI Yoshinobu (Part:Joint Work, On Goi Ranshu's Diagram Based on the "Zhongyong")
Kyuko Shoin   Nov 2018   
Chinese Classics as Liberal Arts
YUASA Kunihiro etc. (Part:Joint Work, Zuozhuan)
Apr 2018   
Formation of Traveller's Journals around Kansai District in the Edo Period
YUKI Yoshinobu
Research Paper of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)   Mar 2016   
Research on Traveller's Journals in the Edo Period:Especially around Kaitokudo School
YUKI Yoshinobu
Research Paper of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)   Mar 2013   
KOYAJIMA Yosuke, YUKI Yoshinobu (Part:Joint Work)
Meijishoin   Jun 2011   ISBN:4625734002
A book which explain how Japanese scholars read Chinese classic

Conference Activities & Talks

 
How did Goi Ranshu Recommend Study to People?
YUKI Yoshinobu
Sinological Society of Japan   10 Oct 2015   Sinological Society of Japan
Design Proposal Method [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
24 Aug 2013   Kansai Electronics Information industry Society
Japanese Lesson in Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
7 Mar 2013   Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology
Journey to Naruto by the People of Osaka in Edo Period
YUKI Yoshinobu
Extension Lecture of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   1 Dec 2012   Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology
Journey to Biwako by the People of Osaka in Edo Period
YUKI Yoshinobu
Extension Lecture of Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology   Oct 2011   Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology
A Reclamation Project in Interdisciplinary Research
YUKI Yoshinobu
Symposium on the Seminar of Liberal Arts   Mar 2011   Kisarazu National College of Technology
On the Japanese Documents of the Edo Period [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
Summer Seminar of the Research in Historical Documents of Taiwan in Japanese   Aug 2009   National Taiwan Normal University,Ministry of Education of Republic of China
Problems about how to punctuate "Rongo Hougen(論語逢原)" and "Moushi Hougen(孟子逢原)" under the rule of "Ruzang(儒蔵)" [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
Meeting of Ruzang   Jan 2009   Osaka University Department of Chinese Philosophy
The Reason Why Giraffe is Called Qilin in Chinese and Kirin in Japanese
YUKI Yoshinobu
International Conference on East Asia   Oct 2008   
Now giraffe is called changjinglu(長頸鹿"long-neck-dear") in Chinese and kirin(麒麟) in Japanese. Originally Kirin(麒麟) was a imaginary animal in ancient China. So, why is giraffe called Kirin(麒麟) in China in Ming dynasity and in Japan even now? This pa...
The Method of Osaka Pref. College's Interdisciplinary Research
YUKI Yoshinobu
A Japan Assosiation of College of Technology   Aug 2008   
On the Japanese Documents of the Edo Period [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
International Seminar of the Research in Historical Documents of East Asia   Dec 2007   National Taiwan University, Ministry of Education of Republic of China
The Reason Why Giraffe is Called Qilin in Chinese and Kirin in Japanese
YUKI Yoshinobu
Extension Lecture of Osaka Prefectural Central Library   Oct 2007   Osaka Prefectural Central Library
Japanese Cosmology in the Edo Period__Nakai Riken [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
Symposium of Cosmology and Order in East Asia   Jun 2007   
Which Letter does "Re"-mark Belong to?
YUKI Yoshinobu
The Society of Cultural Study on Form, Japan   Apr 2007   The Society of Cultural Study on Form, Japan
Nakai Riken(中井履軒)'s "Makoto(誠)"-sincerity and his cosmology [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
Miura Baien Society   Oct 2006   Miura Baien Society
Breakthrough of the Framework of Academism and Ourselves [Invited]
YUKI Yoshinobu
International Conference on Sinology of Japan   Aug 2006   Nagoya University
The Cosmology of Nakai Riken
YUKI Yoshinobu
Hanshin Sinological Meeting   Sep 2005   Hanshin Sinological Meeting
How to Develop Effective and Feasible Training Methods to Enhance Language Skills--The Introduction of a New Training for Better Listening Comprehension Using Newspaper Articles
YUKI Yoshinobu
Organized Sessions:Japanese Society of Engineering Education   Sep 2005   Japanese Society of Engineering Education
The author introduced his method of enhancing listening ability. This method is based on the method of simultaneous interpreting. The point of training in class is its effectiveness and feasiblity. The method the author developed meets these condi...
How to Develop Effective and Feasible Training Methods to Enhance Language Skills--The Introduction of a New Training for Better Listening Comprehension Using Newspaper Articles
YUKI Yoshinobu
Japanese Society for Engineering Education   Sep 2005   
The Cosmology of Nakai Riken
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kinki Wasan Seminar   Jul 2005   KInki Wasan Seminar
 The Confucianist Nakai Riken中井履軒 also had an interest in the natural sciences, and there have survived three of his astronomical charts, known as the "Mokusei tenzu"木製天圖(Wooden Chart),"Kamisei tenzu"紙製天圖(Paper Chart) and "Hozu"方圖. In the past, va...
The Cosmology of Nakai Riken:Reading His Astronomical Charts
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kinki Wasan Seminar   Jul 2005   
The Position of "Re"-mark in Kanbun Reading
YUKI Yoshinobu
Japanese Society for the Culture of Katachi   Apr 2007   
"Mukashi no Tabi(Journey of old time)" by Nakai Riken:Manifestation of a dutiful sons and daughters [Invited]
YAHANO Takao, YUKI Yoshinobu
Osaka University Extension Lecture of Kaitokudo   Sep 2004   Osaka University
This lecture introduces the places where the descriptions of "Mukashi no Tabi" are based on by the videotapes and photos we took.
How to Teach Language at Technological College
YUKI Yoshinobu
Kansai Assosiation of Technological Education   Aug 2002   Kansai Assosiation of Technological Education
Seminar of Chinese Classics as a General Education
YUKI Yoshinobu
National Association of Education of Chinese Classics   Jun 1999   National Association of Education of Chinese Classics

Teaching Experience

 
 
  • Japanese Literature (Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology)
  • Chinese classics (Kyoto University of Education)
  • Japanese (Yuge National College of Maritime Technology ,Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology)
  • Chinese (Osaka Institute of Technology, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology)
  • Philosophy (Yuge National College of Maritime Technology)

Works

 
Joint Research on Kaitokudo
2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Development of Educational Materials for Kanbun considering Universality and Diversity
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2019    Investigator(s): YUKI Yoshinobu
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2016    Investigator(s): YUKI Yoshinobu
Research on Kato Kagenori's works
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Mar 2013    Investigator(s): YUKI Yoshinobu
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2013    Investigator(s): YUKI Yoshinobu
Museology of Nakai Riken: Reading his "Sakurajo""Ekujiri"
Takeda Science Foundation: Kyou Shooku Grants
Project Year: Apr 2006 - Mar 2007    Investigator(s): YUKI Yoshinobu