KOSUGI Yasushi

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KOSUGI Yasushi
Hokkaido University
Graduate School of Letters, History and Area Studies
Job title
Associate Professor

Research Interests


Research Areas



Graduate School, Division of Letters, Meiji University
Faculty of Literature, Meiji University

Published Papers

Harpoon Heads of Rebunge Site from First Half of Epi-Jomon Period
KOSUGI Yasushi
hokkaido kokogaku   52    Mar 2016   [Refereed]
Distribution of the Late Palaeolithic sites in the modern Japanese archipelago based on the GIS kernel density estimation
KOSUGI Yasushi
Palaeolitjic research   (9) 99-118   May 2013   [Refereed]


Ethnographic Reconstruction from the Material Culture of the Kuril Ainu
Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology   21(2) 391-502   1997
A Ladle of the Ainu
Material Culture(A Journal of Archaeologico-Folkloric Studies)   (61) 18-45   1996
Imitative Pottery Making as Cultural Institution
Collection of Essays in Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Society of Archaeological Studies at Hida   35-76   1995
Type and Style ; for Primitive and Ancient Pottery in Japan's Archaeology
The Journal of the Historical Association of Meiji University   (94) 58-131   1995
The Establishment of Large Scale Stone Monuments in the Latter Half of the Jomon Period : Genetic Structure and Relational Function of "Funerals-Grave-Mourning Systems"
The Journal of the Historical Association of Meiji University   (93) 101-149   1995

Books etc

Ritual and Ceremony in Jomon Period
Grace and Mind : in Jomom and Yayoi Cultures(Museum of Yayoi Culture)   1998   
Rituals and traditional life in the Jomon culture
Iwanami shotenn   2003   


The Excavation of Torihama J(]E87C7[)mon Shell-Midden in Fukui Pref. , Japan
1980 - 1985
The Excavation of Takayama J(]E87C7[)mon Site of Obsidian Mine in Nagano Pref. , Japan
1991 - 1994
The Excavation of (]E87B3[)ishiyama J(]E87C7[)mon Site in the Izu Islands, Tokyo, Japan
1983 - 1985
The Excavation of Jinyashiki Wet Site in Ibaraki Pref.,Japan
The Excavation of Usu 6 Site in Hokkaido Pref,,Japan
2000 - 2003

Research Grants & Projects

Study on the group relation in Jomon Period
Study on Material Culture of the Ainu
Ethnology of Native Societies and Trades in North Pacific