Naho ONUKI

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Name
Naho ONUKI
Affiliation
Kyoto University of Art and Design
Section
Faculty of Art and Design

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Japanese Tattoo as a Symbol of "Kabuki" Spirit
Naho ONUKI
276-290   Nov 2017   [Invited]
Confronting the “Raw-living Canvas”: Artistry of Tattoo and Relationship between the Tattoo Artists and Their Customers
Naho ONUKI
Core Ethics   (14) 23-33   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Comparison between the Representation of Horimono Tattoos in Japanese Art in the Late-Edo and Modern Period
Naho ONUKI
Articles ―International Symposium on Theories of Art / Design and Aesthetics      2012   [Refereed]
An Analysis and Consideration of Horimono: In Relation to Tsūzoku Suikoden Gōketsu Hyakuhachinin no Hitori by Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Naho ONUKI
Core Ethics   (6) 51-64   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
Imagery of Tattooed Woman in the Modern Japanese Literature : "Horimono" as a Symbol of Wicked Woman
Naho ONUKI
Taisho Imagery   5 32-56   Mar 2010   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Naho ONUKI
Research Highlights, Research Center for Ars Vivendi at Ritsumeikan University      Mar 2017   [Invited]

Books etc

 
The Posthuman
Takeshi Kadobayashi (Part:Joint Translation)
Feb 2019   ISBN:978-4-8459-1725-9

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Japanese Tattoo as a Symbol of "Kabuki" Spirit [Invited]
Naho ONUKI
2017 ACC Symposium   18 Nov 2017   
Comparison between the Representation of Horimono Tattoos in Japanese Art in the Late-Edo and Modern Periods
Naho ONUKI
Akdeniz University International Symposium on Theories of Art/Design and Aesthetics   Oct 2011   
Tattooing the Ideal: An Examination of the Relationship between Horimono’ Tattoos Used in Real Life and as Represented in Japanese Art between Late-Edo and Taisho Periods
Naho ONUKI
AAS-ICAS Joint Conference   Apr 2011   the Association for Asian Studies, the International Convention of Asia Scholars