Susumu Shimoyama


Susumu Shimoyama

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Name
Susumu Shimoyama
E-mail
den.materialgmail.com
Affiliation
Kibi International University
Section
School of Cultural Properties Studies
Research funding number
80341147

Research Areas

 
 

Awards & Honors

 
Jul 2003
Seientific Scrutiny of Ukiyo-e Prints and Color Rvival, The Loreal Art And Science of Color Preize
 

Published Papers

 
Development of a Portable Ultraviolet-visible Absorption / Fluorescence Spectrometer and Its Application to Nondestructive One-site Analysis of Original Drawings by Katsushika Hokusai
Saki Akagi, Yoshinari Abe, Arisa Izumi, Airi Hyrayama, Madoka Murakushi, Izumi Nakai, Susumu Shimoyama
BUBSEKI KAGAKU   68(7) 519-25   Jul 2019   [Refereed]
Report of tha Non-destructive analysis of colorants for Ryukyu Textiles in Accumulation, resuscitation and reconstruction of cultural heritage of the Ryukyu Kingdom
Koji OSHITA, Susumu SHIMOYAMA, Yasuko SHIMOYAMA, Nana MIYAGI, Ichiko YONAMINE
BULLETIN OF THE MUSEUM Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum   (12) 93-112   Mar 2019   [Invited]
On Sit Analysis of Hokusai Paintings Using Newly Developed Portable X-Ray Powder Diffractometer
Izumi NAKAI, Saki AKAGI, Airi HIRAYAMA, Madoka MURAKUSHI, Yoshinari ABE, Kriengkamol TANTRAKARN, Kazuo TANIGUCHI and Susumu SHIMOYAMA
ADVANCES IN X=RAY CHEMICAL ANALYSIS JAPAN   49 257-270   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Kazuhiko Nakano, Atsushi Tabe, Susumu Shimoyama, Kouichi Tsuji
Microchemical Journal   126 496-500   2016   [Refereed]
Indentification of pigments is one of the essential issues for the painting restoration or art appraisal. We investigated the nondestructive 3D elemental analysis of paint sample using a confocal 3D-XRF spectrometer. Theconfocal 3D-XRF spectrmaete...
Scientific analysis and identification of historical lacquerware - A lacquer tray made by the hakue technique belonging to the Urasoe Art Museum -
Yamabuki Midori, Honda Takayuki, Miyazato Masako, Okaniti Aki, Shimoyama Susumu, Shimoyama Yasuko and Miyakoshi Tetsuo
(11) 39-48   Mar 2015
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, MATSUI Hideo, SHIMOYAMA Yasuko
Japan analyst   55(2) 121-126   Feb 2006
Dayflower, knotgrass (indigo) and Prussian blue are known to be blue colorants used in traditional ukiyo-e color prints. For the non-destructive determination of the three blue colorants, the visible near-infrared reflection spectrum of each stand...
The Introduction of Berlin Blue in Ukiyo-e Prints and the Development of Landscape Prints beginning with the Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji based on Non-destructive Methode of Determining Blue Colorants in Nishiki-e
Hideo Matsui, Susumu Shimoyama, Yasuko Shimoyama
HOKUSAI STADY and RESEARCH   (37)    Sep 2005   [Refereed]
下山進, 松井英男
日本原子力研究所JAERI-Conf   440-454   Feb 2004
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko, KUCHITSU Nobuaki
Japan analyst   51(11) 1045-1047   Nov 2002
It is well known that the detection of light elements is difficult using a portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometer with ^241Am (1.85 MBq) as the radiation source. In this study, ^55Fe (3.7 MBq) was used as the radiation source instead of ^241Am, ...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko
Japan analyst   49(12) 1015-1021   Dec 2000
A portable RI X-ray fluorescence spectrometer having a weight of 1800 g was constructed by using a radiation annular source (^<241>Am sealed up with ceramics, 1.85 MBq), a small Si-PIN photodiode X-ray detector mounted on a Peltlet cooling device,...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu
Japan analyst   48(10) 951-952   Oct 1999
For the purpose of the title, the fluorescence spectra of dyestuffs were measured with a Hitachi F-4500 spectrophotometer equipped with a personal computer for data transaction and a double-bundle-type fiber-optic cable. Three-dimensional (3-D) sp...
Shimoyama Susumu, Noda Yasuko
Japan analyst   47(5) 295-301   May 1998
The quencher is troublesome for identifying natural dyestuffs used for coloring cloth based on the three-dimensional fluorescence spectra. Therefore, the quenching effect of Fe(II) and Cu(II) ions on the fluorescence intensity of dyed cloth has be...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko, KATSUHARA Shinya
Japan analyst   47(2) 93-100   Feb 1998
Ukiyo-e, traditional Japanese woodblock prints, are the most prevalent pictorial art form in the world. Their artistic impact on western impressionist artists is well known as the cultural phenomenon "Japonisme". A non-destructive determination of...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko
Japan analyst   46(10) 791-799   Oct 1997
Non-destructive determination of dyestuffs used for the Green colored yarn (X) in the ancient Chinese Brocade made in ca. 16〜17 centuries was performed by the 3-D fluorescence method, using a quartz fiber optic apparatus. Because an ancient green ...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko
Japan analyst   46(7) 571-578   Jul 1997
Brocade, commonly called "Nishiki" in Japan, has been known as gorgeous textile products interwoven with gold or silver thread and colored yarn. A non-destructive measurement of the 3-D fluorescence spectrum of Red yarn (X) and Blue yarn (Y) in an...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko
Japan analyst   43(6) 475-480   Jun 1994
The three-dimensional fluorescence spectra of standard samples reported in the previous paper [Bunseki Kagaku, 41,243 (1992)] were remeasured with a new Hitachi spectrophotometer, Model F-4500,because it was noticed that stray light affected the d...
SHIMOYAMA Susumu, NODA Yasuko
Japan analyst   41(6) 243-250   Jun 1992
For the determination of the natural dyestuffs used for an ancient coloring cloth without damage of the cloth, the three-dimensional fluorescence spectrum of each standard sample was measured to draw a contour plot diagram of fluorescence intensit...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
XRF analysis of the ink character by the minute part Fluorescent X-ray analyzer with X-ray controlled area
Susumu Shimoyama, Yoshifumi Hoshide, Yusuke Imajyo
54th X-rey analysis conference, Japan   26 Oct 2018   
Nondestructive analyses of Cultural Propaerties; Blotted out the Black cat ?
Susumu Shimoyama
10 Nov 2016   
大下浩司, 松岡有里, 下山進
染色化学討論会講演要旨集   5 Sep 2013   
田部淳嗣, 中野和彦, 辻幸一, 大澤澄人, 坂東篤, 内原博, 駒谷慎太郎, 下山進
分析化学討論会講演要旨集   1 May 2010   
Bridging Science and Art, Discovery of the black cat hidden in "Le Jardin de Daubigny" (V. van Gogh) through Element Mapping Image Analysis [Invited]
Susumu Shimoyama
JST International Symposium on "Micro and Trace X-ray Analysis"   14 Feb 2009   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2002 - 2005    Investigator(s): Nobuaki KUCHITSU
Appearances of historic buildings in Japan was discussed based on the analyses of pigments on excavated roofing tiles at 31 ancient temples built between the 7th and 8th centuries located from Miyagi Prefecture to Kagoshima Prefecture. Those pigme...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2000 - 2001    Investigator(s): Nobuaki KUCHITSU
Non-destructive analyses of pigments is very important not only for understanding cultural property but also for the conservation of cultural property. X-ray fluorescence is already well known as a typical method for non-destructive analyses, but ...