Tomoya Aono

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Name
Tomoya Aono
Affiliation
Tohoku University of Art and Design
Research funding number
60620896

Research Areas

 
 

Awards & Honors

 
Jul 2018
Tracing and Identifying Archaeological Crop Plants from the Scope of Burial Experiments of Japanese Radish, 12th Poster Prize, JAPAN SOCIETY FOR SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ON CULTURAL PROPERTIES
Winner: Tomoya Aono, Ayako Shibutani, Yuuji Soeda
 
May 2015
An Archeological Study of the Social Functions of Graves, Incentive Award in Japanese Archaeology, The Japanese Archaeological Association
 

Published Papers

 
青野 友哉
季刊考古学   (143) 49-52   May 2018
TAMURA Tomomi, AONO Tomoya, NAKAMURA Kazuyuki
RESEARCH REPORTS OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, HAKODATE COLLEGE   52(0) 85-92   2018   [Refereed]
In this study, chemical compositions were reexamined on the glass beads excavated from the Usu-Oyakotsu site in Date City, Hokkaido. As a result, it was possible to clarify that these glass beads are composed of potash lime glass and potash lead g...
Shell Mounds and Climate Change: Case Study from Jomon Period on the Coast of Funkawan (Volcano Bay), Hokkaido
Tomoya Aono
Journal of Hokkaido Archaeology   (53) 43-58   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
青野 友哉
季刊考古学   (133) 29-32   Nov 2015
渋谷 綾子, 青野 友哉, 永谷 幸人
国立歴史民俗博物館研究報告 = Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History   195 79-110   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
青野 友哉
季刊考古学   (130) 19-22,5   Feb 2015
青野 友哉
月刊考古学ジャーナル   (645) 20-24   Aug 2013

Misc

 
添田 雄二, 青野 友哉, 永谷 幸人, 渋谷 綾子, 中村 賢太郎, 菅野 修広, 松田 宏介, 三谷 智広, 宮地 鼓, 渡邊 剛, 甲能 直樹
北海道博物館研究紀要 = Bulletin of Hokkaido Museum   2 49-60   2017
添田 雄二, 青野 友哉, 永谷 幸人, 渡邊 剛, 渋谷 綾子, 甲能 直樹
北海道博物館研究紀要 = Bulletin of Hokkaido Museum   1 119-126   2016

Books etc

 
Basic Study of Jomon Culture on the Coast of Funkawan, Hokkaido
Tomoya Aono, Yukihito Nagaya (Part:Joint Editor)
Jun 2018   
Funka Bay in southern Hokkaido is one of the regions in Japan well known for its abundance of shell mounds, and it has been serving as a center of shell mound study since the 1950s. The results of research over the past six decades and state-of-th...
Jomon People in Northern Nature, Kitakogane Shell-mound
Tomoya Aono
Shinsensha   Oct 2014   ISBN:478771337X
An Archeological Study of the Social Functions of Graves
Tomoya Aono
Doseisha   Mar 2013   ISBN:4886216285
The purpose of this paper is threefold: first, to establish an archaeological and anthropological methodology for reconstruction of human burial practices; second, to grasp the structures and burial processes in graves of the Jōmon period, particu...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Development of a method to reconstruct prehistoric human activities using the concentration of volcanic fluoride intake Ⅱ
Tomoya Aono
The 72nd Annual Meeting of the Anthropological Society of Nippon   20 Oct 2018   The Anthropological Society of Nippon
This study aims to establish a new archaeological and anthropological method that can reconstruct a prehistoric society—for example, activities related to human migration and marriage—by analyzing fluoride concentrations in tooth enamel from human...
Possibility of “fictive kinship” in Jomon culture
Tomoya Aono
The Twelfth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 12)   24 Jul 2018   
Tracing and Identifying Archaeological Crop Plants from the Scope of Burial Experiments of Japanese Radish
Tomoya Aono, Ayako Shibutani, Soeda Yuuji
35th Conference JAPAN SOCIETY FOR SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ON CULTURAL PROPERTIES   7 Jun 2018   
The Ainu Society and Graves in the 17th Century: Findings from the Documents of a Foreign Missionary and from a Recent Archaeological Research
Tomoya Aono
15th EAJS (The European Association for Japanese Studies) International Conference 2017, Lisbon, Portugal   1 Sep 2017   
Transition from “Shell Midden Research” to “Integrated Subsistence Research”: A case study from the Jomon period in the coast of Funkawan (Volcano Bay), Hokkaido, Japan
Tomoya Aono, Toyohiro Nishimoto, Ayako Shibutani, Motoshige Date, Yukihito Nagaya
8th The World Archaeological Congress(WAC),Doshisha University, KYOTO,JAPAN   1 Sep 2016   
Jomon Adaptation to Climate Change: Studies from Shell-mounds and Archaeological Settlements, Northern Japan
Tomoya Aono, Takashi Tsunoda, Takuya, Kokubo
19th International Union for Quaternary Research(XIX INQUA)2015, NAGOYA, JAPAN.   31 Jul 2015   
On the Long-Distance Spread of Cone-Shell Bangles across the Japanese Archipelago
Tomoya Aono
12th International Conference of Archaeozoology(ICAZ2014)   23 Sep 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
Project Year: Apr 2019 - Mar 2023    Investigator(s): Yuji Soeda
Elucidation on marriage system including the movement of the person using the fluorine analysis of teeth
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Challenging Research (Exploratory)
Project Year: Jul 2019 - Mar 2022    Investigator(s): Tomoya Aono
Multidisciplinary research for social transition and local varieties by cultural contacts between hunter-gatherers and agricultural cultures
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Mar 2021    Investigator(s): Tomoya Aono
The Ainu Society and Graves in the 17th Century: Findings from the Documents of a Foreign Missionary and from a Recent Archaeological Research
Project Year: Sep 2017       Investigator(s): Tomoya Aono