OTOSAKA Tomoko

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Name
OTOSAKA Tomoko
Affiliation
Yokohama City University
Section
School of International Liberal Arts, Graduate School of Urban Social and Cultural Studies Department of Urban Social and Cultural Studies

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Yokohama City University International College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Arts and Culture Graduate School of Urban Social and Cultural Studies Department of Urban Social and Cultural Studies
 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Yokohama City University International College of Arts and Sciences Arts and Cultures Graduate School of Urban Social and Cultural Studies Department of Urban Social and Cultural Studies
 

Misc

 
The Inscriptions on Miraculous Legends of Tibetan Buddhism Described by the Confucian Literati in the Renzong Period of the Yuan Dynasty.
OTOSAKA Tomoko
58(1・2)    2007
The Foreign Policy of the Yuan Dynasty, On the Aspect of Its Treatment to the Chieftains of Tibet and to the Kings of Korea.
OTOSAKA Tomoko
(38・39合併号)    1999
A Study of Hong-hua-si Temple Regarding the Relationship between the dGe-lugs-pa and the Ming Dynasty.
OTOSAKA Tomoko
Memoirs of the Research Department of Touo Bunko   (52)    1994

Books etc

 
The Ode of Buddha and the Phoenix: Tibetan Buddhism and the Rule of the Yüan Dynasty in China
OTOSAKA Tomoko
Hakuteisha Co.   2017   
Kingship and Cities
Shibunkaku Press   2008   ISBN:978-4-7842-1396-2

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Tibetan Buddhistic pageant in Beijing Held by the Yuan Dynasty.
2007   
Tibetan Buddhism and Chinese Society under the Yuan Dynasty
2004   
Tibetan Buddhism as Described in the Book of Marco Polo
2000   
Tibetan Buddhism as Described in the Book of Marco Polo” [Invited]
2000   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The adoption of Tibetan Buddhistic ceremonies by the Yuan and the Ming Dynasties.
On the reasons or the backgrounds why the Yuan and the Ming Dynasties, those were basically Confucian polity, adopted Tibetan Buddhistic ritual in their public ceromonies.
Study on the Foreign Policy of the Yuan and the Ming Dynasty