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Volume8, Number2 (March 2021)


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Japanese Journal of Arcaheology is the English-language journal of the Japanese Archaeological Association.

The Japanese Journal of Archaeology (hereinafter abbreviated ‘JJA’)  is a Web-based, open-access journal (http://www.jjarchaeology.jp) and features peer-reviewed original research and review articles written in English, primarily, but not exclusively, concerning 1) archaeological studies of the Japanese archipelago, and 2) archaeological studies of other regions relevant to the Japanese Archaeological Association. Contributors are not charged to publish in the journal.

The project of launching and publishing JJA was approved at the Annual General Meeting of the Japaense Archaeological Assocaition in May 2013, and the Inaugural issue was published in December 2013.

The project is funded by ‘Grant-in Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results’ of Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS).

JJA is published twice annually.


Contents

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Editorial 131 >> PDF 178kb
Part 1: Original Article    
Importance of Quercus gilva (イチイガシ) for the prehistoric periods in western Japan
NOSHIRO Shuichi, SASAKI Yuka & MURAKAMI Yumiko
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Survey of Prehistoric and Ancient Period Architectural Reconstructions in Japan
John ERTL
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Part 2: Special Section: Landscape Archaeology of Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers: Ecology, Material Culture and Sustainability Examined at Multiple Temporal and Spatial Scales, Part I 201 >> PDF 99.1kb
The Objectives of the Section: Landscape Archaeology of Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers
HABU Junko & Simon KANER
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Connecting Pots and Places: How Many Centres of Pottery Invention in East Asia?
Kevin GIBBS
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A Comparison of the Landscape Stewardship Practices Employed by Native Californians in the United States and the Ancient Jomon People in Japan
Kent G. LIGHTFOOT
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Landscapes of the Past: Creation of Persistent Places in Hunter-gatherer Landscapes of Southwest Asia and Japan
Lisa A. MAHER
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Part 3: Summary of Work Awarded Japanese Archaeological Association Prize 285 >> PDF 117kb
The Bronze Age in the Eurasian Steppes
MATSUMOTO Keita
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Part 4: Archaeologia Japonica
I. TRENDS IN ARCHAEOLOGY IN JAPAN
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Overview
TANIGAWA Akio
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Interdisciplinary Research
NAGATOMO Tomoko
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Paleolithic
ŌTSUKA Yoshiaki
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Jomon Period
KAMIJŌ Nobuhiko
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Yayoi Period
ISHII Tomohiro
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Kofun Period
ŌTA Hiroaki
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Ancient
TANAKA Hiroaki
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Medieval
YAMAGUCHI Hiroyuki
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Early Modern
ABE Tsuneki
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Part 4: Archaeologia Japonica
II. TRENDS IN ARCHAEOLOGY IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
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Korean Peninsula
MORI Takanori & TSUCHIYA Takafumi
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China
SAITŌ Nozomi
347 >> PDF 183kb
Northeast Asia
IWAI Hiroto
348 >> PDF 180kb
Southeast Asia
MIYAMA Emili
349 >> PDF 181kb
Part 4: Archaeologia Japonica
III. RECORDS OF THE JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 
350 >> PDF 170kb
The Committee for the Protection of Buried Cultural Properties 351 >> PDF 185kb
Record of the Japanese Archaeological Association 353 >> PDF 174kb
Notes to Contributors 354 >> PDF 392kb

Editorial Board

Editorial Advisory Board

Contact

The Japanese Journal of Archaeology
The Japanese Archaeological Association

4th Floor, 5-15-5 Hirai, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo 132-0035 JAPAN
E-mail : Ken'ichi Sasaki (Chief Editor): jjarch@archaeology.jp
ISSN 2187-9524
http://www.jjarchaeology.jp/


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