WAKABAYASHI Kunihiko

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Name
WAKABAYASHI Kunihiko
Affiliation
Doshisha University
Section
Historical Museum
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Literature(Doshisha University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2019
 - 
Today
Guest Professor, Natinal Museum of Japanese History
 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Professor, Historical Museum, Doshisha University
 

Education

 
Dec 2018
 - 
Sep 2019
the Graduate University for Advanced Studies
 
 
 - 
1992
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Doshisha University
 
 
 - 
1990
Faculty of Literature, Doshisha University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2008
 - 
Today
Society of Archaeological Studies  
 

Misc

 
The anlyze of settlements pattern from Yayoi to Kofun society(BC 6th -AD 6th century) for rethinking about the charcter of Japanese ancient formation process
Kunihiko WAKABAYASHI
Sience Jourrnal KAGAKU   87(2) 171-180   2017
Archeological Sites and the aspects of Jpanaese Society
Kunihiko Wakabayashi
Memory of th Past and Its Utility      2016
The Early Agricultural Settlements Pattern in Japan with Flood Disaster
Kunihiko WAKABAYASHI
Bulleten of the National Museum of Japanese History   (203) 27-44   2016
The Plan of the World Archaological Congress in Kyoto
WAKABAYASHI Kunihiko, UOZU Tomokatsu and The secretariat of Bidding Commutee for WAC-8 Kyoto
Journal Of The Japanese Archaeological Association   (35) 143-148   2013
Archaeological report 2 of Iwakura-chuzaiti Site in Kyoto
   2011
Yayoi Society as seen from Changes in Settlement Distribution Pattern
Kunihiko Wakabayashi
Bullutin of National Musuem 0f Japanese History   (149) 33-54   2009
Yayoi Settlements located on Hilltops relating to Developments of Complex Societies
Cutura Antiqua 58-2   58(2) 96-105   2006
The relationship between square mounted tobms and Yayoi settlements in Kinki area, Japan
The Archaeological Journal   (534) 9-13   2005
Yayoi pottery in Kinki
181-241   2003
The Nature of Large-Scale Yayoi Settlements
Journal of the Japanese Archaeological Association   (12) 35-54   2001
Gift exchange system in Yayoi Culture
Historical Folklore   (14) 88-107   1999
Siguificance and Background of Characteristic "West Ikoma tyee" Yayoi pottery in the Central Osaka Plain
Quarterly of Archeological Studies   43(4) 58-76   1997
The Nature of localization of Yayoi pottery
The Bulletin of the Museum of Yayoi Cultre   2 127-148   1993

Books etc

 
The Assimilation Process in the Yayoi Society of Western Japan, Coexistence and Cultural Transmission in East Asia, pp.68-88,
Left Coast Press   2011   ISBN:978-1-59874-335-7

Conference Activities & Talks

 
THE VALUE OF COLLBOLATION BETWEEN UNIVERSITY MUSEUMS
WAKABAYASHI Kunihiko
ICOM Kyoto 2019   5 Sep 2019   
THE CONCEPT OF THE "IRON AGE" IN JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGY
The 23rd Annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (MECC, Maasiricht, Netherland)   2017   
Cities or Settlements?: Local center in Early Agricultural Society in Japan
The 8th World Archaeological Congress, Kyoto   2016   
Wars and battles as cultural phenomena in Bronze and Early Iron Age of Japan
The 80th Annual Meeting of Society for American Archaeology, in SanFransisco   2015   
The invitation for the 8th World Archaeological Congress in Kyoto
The 81th annual meeting of Japanese Archaeological Association   2015   
Society during the Yayoi Period of Late Prehistoric Japan
79th Anual Meeting of Society for American Archaeology, Austin   2014   
The archaeological sites and the aspects of Japanese society
The 20th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association in Siem Reap, Cambodia   2014   
Wars and Battles as culture: in the bronze and early iron society in Japanese archipelago
7th World Archaeological Congress in Jordan   2013   
The model for formation of stratified society in Japanese early agricultural stage
The 5th World Conference of the Society of East Asian Archaeology in Fukuoka   2012   
Archaeological site in state formatin process and Japanese modern society
2012   
The restoration of archaeological site in Japan
World archaeological congress, inter congress in Beijing   2011   
The nature of complexity in Yayoi settlements and tombs, Japanese early agricultural society
19th Congress ofIndo-Pacific Prehistory Association in Hanoi   2009   
Compound-type settlement in Yayoi society
the 6th World Archaeological Congress in Dublin   2008   
The Basic Factor for Co-existence Between Different Cultural Groups
WAKABAYASHI Kunihiko
World Archaeological Cogress Intercongress: Osaka   2006   

Works

 
The archaeological survey at Iwakura-chuzaichi in Kyoto
2008

Research Grants & Projects

 
Changes of the local societies from Yayoi to early Kofun period: With the analyses of manufacturing system of bronze and iron goods in Kinki region
National Museum of Japanese History: 
Project Year: Apr 2019 - Mar 2022    Investigator(s): WAKABAYASHI Kunihiko
Yayoi Culture