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Muto Tadashi

ムトウ タダシ | Muto Tadashi
Research field  (1): Human geography
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • Making of Settlement Landscape in Relation with the Paradigm Shift of Lived World
MISC (6):
  • Encychropedia of Kyoto Prefecture. Tanko-Sha. 1994
  • An Aspect of Natural Environment of Kyoto Basin composed by her dwellers in their Lived World Image. Charms of Hei-an Kyo, Capital of Ancient Japan. 1994. 59-74
  • On the Location of Settlements in the Administrative District of Inagawa-cho. Topics on the Local History of Inagawa-cho. 1993. 5-7
  • Relationship between Rural Villages and the City of Sakai in Senshu or Izuminokuni in late Early Modern Times. Research Palers for Local History of the Tadaoka Municiputity. 1982. 2
  • Geographical Languages in Different Times and Places. Proceedings of the Commitee of Geographical Thought for 24th IGU Congress Japan. 1980
Books (7):
  • History of Urban Housing in Osaka
  • Record of North Custom House at the Port of Hyogo in 1446 (Hyogo Kita Zeki Irifune No-cho)
  • An Explanatory notes on pictorial 1 : 600 route map of Yamazaki-dori = by-pass for west end of Tokaido High Way in Tokugawa Shogunate Era
  • Air Photo Reading for Historical Geography
  • An Outline of Historical Geography of Japan (Medieval Geography)
Works (3):
  • Representation of Space or Region through Urban Landscapes
    1991 - 1992
  • Early Maps of Japan in "Ishô Nihon Den" or "Geographical Writings on Japan by Foreigners" by Matsushita Kenrin compared to the Map drafted by Renwald Cysat.
    1991 -
  • Geographical Study on Traditional Ship Building Techniques
    1990 -
Education (4):
  • - 1966 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1964 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1962 Kyoto University Faculty of Letters
  • - 1962 Kyoto University Faculty of Literature
Professional career (1):
  • Master of Literature (Kyoto University)
Work history (1):
  • Doshisha University Faculty of Letters, Department of Culture History Professor
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