Katsunori Takase

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Name
Katsunori Takase
E-mail
takaselet.hokudai.ac.jp
Affiliation
Hokkaido University
Section
Graduate School of Letters Division of History and Area Studies
Job title
Associate Professor
Research funding number
00347254
ORCID ID
0000-0002-1539-321X

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2019
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Today
Laboratory of Archaeology, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University
 
Apr 2011
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Mar 2019
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University
 
Oct 2017
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Apr 2018
Visiting Scholar, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington
 
Apr 2009
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Mar 2011
Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Meiji University
 
Apr 2007
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Mar 2009
Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Meiji University
 
Apr 2002
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Mar 2007
Research Asssociate, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
Apr 2001
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Mar 2002
Researcher, Center for Rescue Archaeology, Iwate Prefecture Agency for Cultural Promotion
 

Education

 
Apr 1998
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Mar 2001
Japanese History, Graduate School of Letters (Doctroral program), Hokkaido University
 
Apr 1996
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Mar 1998
Japanese History, Graduate School of Letters (Master program), Hokkaido University
 
Apr 1992
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Mar 1996
Japanese History, Faculty of Letters, Hokkaido University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Jan 2017
President Prize for Research, Hokkaido University
 

Published Papers

 
Report of study on impressions on the surfaces of pottery during the Early and Middle Yayoi Culture in Aomori Prefecture, Northern Japan
Katsunori Takase
The Investigation of the First Half of the Yayoi Period in the Foot of the Mt. Iwakisan: Excavations of Sunazawa, Mawarizeki Reservoir (1), Shimiuzmori-Nishi Sites and Plant Impressions in Tsugaru Plains, Aomori, Japan   183-191   Mar 2019   [Invited]
The occurrence and temporal change in habitat of the Kuril Ainu: perspectives from archaeology
Katsunori Takase
Proceedings of the 33rd International Abashiri Symposium   25-32   Mar 2019   [Invited]
Dietary analysis using charred residues on pottery from the Epi-Jomon culture to the Satsumon culture in Hokkaido
Dai Kunikita, Katsunori Takase, Toshiaki Kumaki, and Hiroyuki Matzuzaki
58-59   Nov 2018   [Invited]
Development and epoch of millet use in Central Hokkaido as seen from charred seeds and impressions on the cenramic surface
Tomohiro sakakida and Katsunori Takase
54-57   Nov 2018   [Invited]
Preliminary report of paleoethnobotanical examinations using the replication method in Aomori and Miyagi Prefectures
Katsunori Takase
18-19   Nov 2018   [Invited]
Toward the problem chronology of the Ymyyakh and Sugunakh culture
Dyakonov, V. M. and K. Takase
Human and the North: Anthropology, Archaeology, Ecology (Materials of all Russia Academic Conference, Tyumen’, 2-6 April, vol.4)   72-77   Apr 2018
Functional analysis on stemmed scrapers of the Epi-Jomon Culture
Katsunori Takase
Ronshu Oshorokko   (5) 13-33   May 2018   [Refereed]
Functional Analysis of Late Jomon Drills : A Case Study on Stone Tools from the Kiusu 4 Site, Hokkaido, Northern Japan
Takase, K.
Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History   (208) 45-82   Mar 2018   [Refereed][Invited]
Plant seeds collected from the Shoroma 1 site, Atsuma City
Takase, K.
Shoroma 1 Site (2) (Education Board of Atsuma City)   258-264   Mar 2018   [Invited]
New categories of Naiji pottery from the Northern Kurils and Southern Kamchatka
Katsunori Takase
IXth Dikov Readings   98-101   Oct 2017
The Yayoi Culture and the Sunazawa site
Katsunori Takase
The Sunazawa Site Symposium   1-10   Sep 2017   [Invited]
Археологические исследования на острове Шумшу в 2016 году
Такасэ К., Шубина О.А., Фицхью Б., Этниер М., Тэзука К., Самарин И.А., Марков И.Г., Шепова А.Л.
Вестник Сахалинского Музея   (24) 21-35   Aug 2017
Use-wear analysis of flaked stone tools from the Ishikari-Momijiyama site No.49
Katsunori Takase
Hokkaido Kokogaku   (53) 111-130   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
An overview of the Kunio Yanagita collection
Kudo, Yuichiro, Huiromi Shitara, Katsunori Takase, Toshiaki Kumaki, Masahiro Fukuda, Yasuhiro Yamada, and Shogo Osawa
Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History   (202) 27-99   Mar 2017   [Refereed][Invited]
Northern neighbour of the Yayoi Culture: the Epi-Jomon Culture
Katsunori Takase
What Was the Yayoi Period Like?   114-136   Mar 2017   [Invited]
Use-wear analysis of stone tools in Kunio Yanagita collection
Katsunori Takase
Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History   (202) 137-156   Mar 2017   [Refereed][Invited]
Preliminary Report of Archaeological Investigations on Shumshu Island
Takase, K., K. Tezuka, O. Shubina, I. Samarin, B. Fitzhugh, M. Etnier, I. Markov, and A. Shepova
18th Annual Meeting of Research Associate of North Asia   49-52   Feb 2017
An overview on archaeological materials in Kunio Yanagita collection
Kudo, Y., H. Shitara, K. Takase, T. Kumaki, M. Fukuda, Y. Yamada and S. Osawa
Kudo, Y., H. Shitara, K. Takase, T. Kumaki, M. Fukuda, Y. Yamada and S. Osawa 2017 An overview on archaeological materials in Kunio Yanagita Bulletin of National Museum of Japanese History   202 27-99   2017   [Refereed]
Use-wear analysis of stone tools from the Oshokomanai site, Shari, Hokkaido
Katsunori Takase
Bulletin of the Shiretoko Museum   38 33-39   Jun 2016
Use of Resources and Land in the Epi-Jomon Culture: Perspectives Based on the Comparative Study with Adjacent Cultures
Katsunori Takase
Subsistence and residences of the Jomon Period (Kobayashi, Ken'ichi ed., Doseisha)   51-78   Apr 2016   [Invited]
Archaeological materials in Kunio Yanagita collection as seen from stone tool uses
Katsunori Takase
(Shitara, Hiromi and Yuichiro Kudo eds., Shinsensha)   37-39   May 2016
A report on 2015 annual meeting of Hokkaido Archaeological Society
Katsunori Takase
Hokkaido Kokogaku   (52) 85-88   Mar 2016
Characteristic seed complex in Hokkaido as seen from the replication method
Katsunori Takase
SEEDS CONTACT(Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo   (3) 4-5   Mar 2016
A study on pottery from Southern Kamchatka in T. M. Dikova and N. N. Dikov collections
Takase, Katsunori and A. I. Lebedintsev
Journal of the Graduate School of Letters   11 9-36   Mar 2016
Archaeology along the coast of the Okhotsk Sea: Achievements, problems and perspectives
Katsunori Takase
Proceedings of the 30th International Abashiri Symposium [the 30th Anniversary Meeting] Study of Northern Peoples for 30 Years; Progress, Challenges and Roles of Museums   39-46   Mar 2016   [Invited]
Column: Radiocarbon dating
Katsunori Takase
Classical History of Tohoku District 2: The Formation of Wa and Tohoku (Fujisawa, Atsushi ed., Yoshikawakobunkan)   44-45   Oct 2015   [Invited]
Column: Lithic use-wear analysis
Katsunori Takase
Classical History of Tohoku District 2: The Formation of Wa and Tohoku (Fujisawa, Atsushi ed., Yoshikawakobunkan)   162-163   Oct 2015   [Invited]
Acculturation of paddy rice farming and the formation of agrarian culture
Katsunori Takase
Classical History of Tohoku District 2: The Formation of Wa and Tohoku (Fujisawa, Atsushi ed., Yoshikawakobunkan)   11-43   Oct 2015   [Invited]
Archaeological materials from the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin housed in Hokkaido University Natural History Museum (Botanic Garden)
Katsunori Takase
Учкеные Запиский Сахалинского Государственного Университета   (11&12) 132-143   Oct 2015   [Invited]
Symposium review: Revisiting the Sakhalin and Kuril Routes
Katsunori Takase
Newsletter of the Hokkaido Archaeological Society   8-9   Jul 2015
The Sakhalin and Kuril routes as seen from the northern Okhotsk Sea coast and the Kamchatka Peninsula
Katsunori Takase
Revisiting the Sakhalin and Kuril Routes (Hokkaido Archaeological Society)   61-94   May 2015
Archaeological materials collected by Kunio Yanagita
Shitara, Hiromi, Yuichiro Kudo, Toshiaki Kumaki, Katsunori Takase, Masahiro Fukuda, Yasuhiro Yamada, and Masayuki Hayashi
81st Annual Meeting of the Japanese Archaeological Association   74-75   May 2015
Preface
Katsunori Takase
Revisiting the Sakhalin and Kuril Routes   2-3   May 2015
Microscopic observation of stone scrapers from Shumshu Island, the Northern Kuril Islands, VIII Dikov Readings, pp.122-124, Magadan.)
Katsunori Takase
VIII Dikov Readings   122-124   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
Naiji pottery from the Southern Kamchatka Peninsula and Its Implications for History of the Kuril Ainu
Katsunori Takase
Ronshu Oshorokko   (IV) 17-45   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
An analysis of potsherds from the Nakasuji site on the basis of the replication method
Katsunori Takase
The Nakasuji Site (Education board of Yamamoto Town)   227-233   Mar 2015
Use-wear analysis of stone tools from the Nakasuji site, Yamamoto, Miyagi
Katsunori Takase
The Nakasuji Site (Education board of Yamamoto Town)   235-244   Mar 2015
Charred seeds from the Koidetate site
Katsunori Takase
Report of 2013 Exacavations at the Koidetate Site (Education board of Ofunato City, Iwate Prefecture)   55-68   Mar 2015
Use-wear analysis of stone tools from the K39 site (Loc. Seminar Building, University Hospital)
Katsunori Takase
Hokudai Konai no Iseki XXI   144-147   Mar 2015
Preliminary report of the 3rd excavations at the Rebunge site, Tioyoura, Hokkaido
Kosugi, Yasushi, Katsunori Takase, Tsuzuri Watanabe, and Izumi Kanda
Hokkaido Kokogaku   (51) 85-94   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
Visiting the largest archaeological collections from Kamchatka
Katsunori Takase
Hoppo Hakubutsukan Koryu   (27) 17-23   Mar 2015
Review: A. V. Ptashinski 2013 Eiji Nakayama: A resercher of the ancient history of Kamchatka
Katsunori Takase
Hoppo Hakubutsukan Koryu   (27) 23-23   Mar 2015
Use-wear analysis of stone tools from the coast of Karaga Bay, Northeastern Kamchatka, Russia
Katsunori Takase
Journal of the Graduate School of Letters   (10) 13-25   Mar 2015
Use-wear analysis of stone tools in the Kitakami River basin
Katsunori Takase
Kofun and Epi-Jomon Culture (Koshishoin)   195-210   Oct 2014   [Invited]
The Sunazawa site, HIrosaki
Katsunori Takase
What is the Yayoi Culture? (The National Museum of Japanese History)   89-89   Jul 2014   [Invited]
The Araya site, Hachinohe
Katsunori Takase
What is the Yayoi Culture? (The National Museum of Japanese History)   93-93   Jul 2014   [Invited]
The Tareyanagi site, Inakadate
Katsunori Takase
What is the Yayoi Culture? (The National Museum of Japanese History)   94-94   Jul 2014   [Invited]
The Takada B site, Sendai
Katsunori Takase
What is the Yayoi Culture? (The National Museum of Japanese History)   98-98   Jul 2014   [Invited]
Settlements with paddy fields, settlements without paddy fields
Katsunori Takase
What is the Yayoi Culture? (The National Museum of Japanese History)   101-101   Jul 2014   [Invited]
Relativizing land and resource uses of the Jomon Cultures
Katsunori Takase
Chjuo University Academic Symposium "Perspectives of Archaeology"   40-53   Jul 2014   [Invited]

Misc

 
Study on sustainable resource use in northern Japan based on archaeological records
Katsunori Takase
Sustainability Report 2018: Toward Sustainable Campus (Hokkaido University)   9-9   2018

Books etc

 
Illustrated Catalogue of Archaeological Materials from Kamchatka in T. M. Dikova Collection Preserved in the North-Eastern Interdisciplinary Scientific Research Institute, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences (NEISRI FEB RAS), Magadan, Russia
Katsunori Takase and Aleksander I. Lebedintsev (Part:Joint Work, Chapter 2-7)
Archaeology Laboratory, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University, Japan and The North-Eastern Interdisciplinary Scientific Research Institute, FEB RAS, Russia   Feb 2019   
Archaeological Materials from the Esanuka 2 Site, Sarufutsu Village, Hokkaido, Japan
Katsunori Takase
Laboratory of Archaeology Graduate School of Letters Hokkaido University   Sep 2017   
Fugusawa II
Katsunori Takase (Part:Editor)
The Fugusawa Site Research Group   Mar 2016   
Illustrated Catalogue of Archaeological Materials – Archaeological Materials from the Kuril Islands
Katsunori Takase and Masaru Kato (Part:Joint Work)
Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University   Feb 2016   
Revisiting “the Sakhalin and Kuril Routes” as Prehistoric Cultural Corridors
Katsunori Takase (Part:Editor)
May 2015   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Development and epoch of millet use in Central Hokkaido as seen from charred seeds and impressions on the ceramic surface [Invited]
Tomohiro Sakakida, Katsunori Takase
24 Nov 2018   
Dietary analysis using charred residues on pottery from the Epi-Jomon culture to the Satsumon culture in Hokkaido [Invited]
Dai Kunikita, Katsunori Takase, Toshiaki Kumaki, Hiroyuki Matsuzaki
24 Nov 2018   
Result of an examination using the replication method in Aomori and Miyagi Prefectures [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
Development of Farming Cultures in Eastern Japan   23 Nov 2018   
How can archaeology contribute to restiring the history of people without wirriten records? [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
31 Oct 2018   
Fro,m the Jomon Culture to the Epi-Jomon Culture [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
Okadama Jomon Public Lecture Series   20 Oct 2018   
Chronology, occupation, and trade in Northern Japan and the Kuril Islands
Katsunori Takase
Interaction in the Circumpolar Pacific Sphere: 5000 BC to AD 1 (Trent University, Canada)   17 Sep 2018   
Yayoi and Epi-Jomon interaction in NE Japan [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
University of Toroto Mississauga Insructional Building   9 Feb 2018   
Revisiting the subsistence and the settlement system of the Epi-Jomon culture, Hokkaido, Northern Japan
Katsunori Takase
FAALS (Department of Anthropology, University of Washington)   17 Nov 2017   
Did Holocene variability in Aleutian low dynamics force oscillations in marine ecosystems and human subsistence harvesters?, GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, USA.
Fitzhugh, Ben, Jason Addison, William Brown, Bruce P. Finney, N. Harada, Nicole Misarti, Kana Nagashima, Katsunori Takase and Andrew Tremayne
The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, USA.   10 Oct 2017   
The Yayoi Culture and the Sunazawa site [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
The Sunazawa site symposium   30 Sep 2017   
Living in one of the world’s harshest sea and islands: Lessons from Kuril history, Umi no Takara wo meguru hito to kankyou; Umi to Nippon Project
Katsuori Takase
Umi no Takara wo meguru hito to kankyou; Umi to Nippon Project   16 Jul 2017   
Integrating human paleodemography and ecology around the North Pacific Rim
Ben Fitzhugh, William Brown, Nicole Misarti, Katsunori Takase, and Andrew Tremayne
2017 ESSAS (Ecosystem Studies of Subarctic and Arctic Seas) Open Science Meeting (13 June), Tromsø, Norway.   13 Jun 2017   
Result of an examination using the replication method in Aomori and Miyagi Prefectures [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
12 Jun 2017   
Preliminary Report on Archaeological Investigations on Shumshu Island, the Northern Kuril Islands. 18th Annual Meeting of Research Association of North Asia (19 February), Sapporo Gakuin University.
Katsunori Takase
18th Annual Meeting of Research Association of North Asia   19 Feb 2017   
Cultural exchange between the Epi-Jomon Culture and the Yayoi Culture in Northeastern Honshu Island [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
katsunori   14 Jan 2017   
Jomon/Yayoi transition in Northern Honshu and Hokkaido [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
katsunori   17 Dec 2016   
Pit dwellings in Kamchatka and the Northern Kurils [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
katsunori   13 Dec 2016   
Jomon life and stone tools: Lithic use-wear analysis of stone tools from the Ishikari-Momijiyama 49 site [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
katsunori   3 Nov 2016   
Revealing the use of stone drills: A case study of materials from the Kiusu 4 and Bibi 4 sites, Hokkaido, Northern Japan
Katsunori Takase
Monthly meeting of Hokkaido Archaeological Society   18 Jun 2016   
Archaeological materials from the Japoan, the Kuril Islands, and Kamchatka in Sten Bergman Collection (Stockholm)
Katsunori Takase
19 Mar 2016   
Archaeology along the coast of the Okhotsk Sea: Achievements and perspectives [Invited]
Katsunori Takase
25 Nov 2015   
Subsistence, Land Use and Resistance to Natural Disaster of the Prehistoric Society: A Case Study in Northern Japan
Katsunori Takase
「考古学からみた気候変動と食の多様性をテーマとした歴史生態学の国際ワークショップ」   30 Jul 2015   
Prehistoric and Protohistoric Plant Use in the Japanese Archipelago
Meiji University Premodern Japan Exchange   2009   
Archaeobotany of Barnyard Millet (Echinochloa) in the Jomon Period
Society for East Asian Archaeology   2008   
Hideworking in Post-socialism
World Archaeology Congress Osaka 2006   2006   
Implications of hideworking ethnoarchaeology for the modern socio-economic studies: a case of the Kamchatka peninsula
3rd conference on “Shirokogorov Studies”   2005   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
An Archaeological Examinations on the Resource Decline in Prehistoric Hokkaido
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Invitational Fellowship Long-term (Prof. Ben Fitzhugh, University of Washington)
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Jul 2018    Investigator(s): Katsunori Takase
Hokkaido University Professor with Special Apointments (Prof. G. W. Crawford, University of Toronto Mississauga)
Hokkaido University: Hokkaido University Professor with Special Apointments
Project Year: Jan 2017 - Mar 2017    Investigator(s): Katsunori Takase
A study on prehistoric cultural interaction between Hokkaido and Kamchatka
Japan Socoety for the Promotion of Science: Invitational Fellowship Short-term (A. V. Ptashinsky, Kamchatka State University)
Project Year: Jan 2012 - Jan 2012