SHIMIZU Minoru

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Name
SHIMIZU Minoru
Affiliation
Koeki Zaidan Hojin Mitsuibunko Mitsui Research Institute for Social and Economic History
Section
Zaidan Hojin Mitsuibunko Mitsui Memorial Museum Lavoratory of Cultural History
Job title
Chief Curator

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jul 2015
 - 
Today
Chief Curator, Mitsui Memorial Museum, MITSUI BUNKO (Arechives and Museum of Art)
 
Apr 2011
 - 
Jun 2015
Cheaf Curator, Mitsui Memorial Museum, Mitsui Bunko
 
Aug 2005
 - 
Mar 2011
Chief Curetor, Mitsui Memorial Museum, Mitsui Bunko
 
1995
 - 
2004
Cheaf Curator, Mitsui Bunko
 
1993
 - 
2004
Sado Shiryokan Museum, Part-time Researcher
 
2004
   
 
- Kokugakuin University, Part-time Teacher
 
1996
 - 
2000
Bunka-Gakuin Technical College, Part-time Teacher
 
1984
 - 
1994
Curator, Mitsui Bunko
 
1987
 - 
1990
Seijo University, Part-time Teacher
 
1976
 - 
1984
Kuno-san Tosyogu Museum, Curator
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1976
The department of history, Faculty of Literature, Kokugakuin University
 

Published Papers

 
An Observation on the Omine Hachidai Doji-A report from the Special Exhibition Zao Gongen and the Secret Treasures of Shugendo
SHIMIZU Minoru
Studies of Mitsui Art and Cultural History   (9) 19-56   Mar 2016
Regarding the Dating of the Mitsui Version of the Ise Sankei Mandara-In Comparison with the Jingu Chokokan and J.Powers Versions(Reprint)
SHIMIZU Minoru
Studies of Mitsui Art and Cultural History   (7) 31-67   Mar 2014

Misc

 
Generations of Mitsui Family Treasures:Supplemental Volume
SHIMIZU Minoru
Generations of Mitsui Family Treasures:Supplemental Volume   32-52   Nov 2015
Pictures and Calligraphies
SHIMIZU Minoru
Generations of Mitsui Family Treasures   208-211   Nov 2015
Overview of the Museum and its Collection
SHIMIZU Minoru
Generations of Mitsui Family Treasures   202-207   Nov 2015
Mitsui Bunko Museum possession Pottery of the tea ceremony made by Eiraku Wazen
TOSETSU(A Maonthly journal Published by the Japan Ceramic Society)   vol.620    2004
An Overview and Research of the Dunhuang Manuscripts in the Mitsui Bunko Collection
Survey on the Dunhuang Sutra Collection of Mitsui Bunko,by AKAO Eikei, Editor   PP17-21    2003
Pottery of the tea ceremony of the Mitsui family introduction
Fukui prefectural art museum Catalogue   PP.15-21    2003
Mitsui Bunko Museum possession Pottery of the tea ceremony made by Eiraku Hozen
TOSETSU(A Monthly journal Published by the Japan Ceramic Society)   vol.607,PP.36-42    2003
About the Pottery made in Kairakuen Yard of the Kishuu han
Deployment of the Kansai pottery industry in the second half of modern times(History study group of the Pottery of the Kansai area)   PP.84-98    2003
Water jar and waste water jar of pottery -made in Southern barbarian, China, Japan-
TOSETSU(A Monthly Journal Published by The Japan Ceramic Society)   Vol.584 PP.15-22    2001
The Mitsui family and noted article tea-utensil of this family introduction.
Tea ceremony art. Noted article of the Mitsui family introduction. Hukuyama Art Museum   PP.124-133    2001

Books etc

 
Eiraku Hozen,The ceramist in the Sen family style tea ceremony
Beauty of the pottery of the tea ceremony vol.3,Japanese pottery and overseas pottery Tankosya Co.,Ltd   2004   
A wealthy merchant and the tea ceremony,from a medieval-times-town official to modern touwns people
Beauty of the pottery of the tea ceremony vol.3,Japnese pottery and overseas pottery.Tankosya Co.,Ltd   2004   
Mitsui family and Cha-no-Yu
Tea ceremony study compendium 2 "History of the tea ceremony". Tankosha Co.,Ltd   1999   
"Cha-no-Yu"Art Museum<1> TOKYO・KANTO
KADOKAWA SYOTEN co.   1997   
The study of Kohitu-tekagami,known as "Hitsurin",that collected by Mitsuii family.
Kohitu-tekagami,known as "Hitsurin",in Mitsui Bunko's possession.   1995   
The tools of tea ceremony on Omote-Senke, collected by Mitsui family.
Gakken Co.,Ltd.   1994   
The religiosity of Noh -Origin of Okina and Matarashin-
Noh Masks Previously Stored in Mitsui Family (Gakken Co.,Ltd.)   1992   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The study of Ise-sankei-Mandara and its surrounding
The study of the history about the tools of tea ceremony in Mitui family
Reconsideration of the pottery of the tea ceremony made by Eiraku Hozen and Eiraku wazen.
Reseach of the Shintoism art.