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IMAI Atsushi

イマイ アツシ | IMAI Atsushi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Senior Manager
Research field  (1): Aesthetics/Art history
Research keywords  (1): Ceramics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Study on History of Chinese Ceramics
  • Study on History of Trade Ceramics
Papers (1):
  • IMAI Atsushi. Goryo Celadon in Japan. 2007. 1. 86-105
MISC (10):
  • Characteristics of Design Ideas in Northern Song Period Cizhou Ware. TOYO TOJI, ORIENTAL CERAMICS. 2004. 33. 21-28
  • Karean Ceramics of the Koryo Dynasty and the Chosun Dynasty Excavated in Japan. Korean and Other Asian Ceramics Excavated in Japan. 2000. 124-138
  • Designs of Chinese Ceramics and Their Hidden Meanings. TOYO TOJI, ORIENTAL CERAMICS. 2000. 29. 9-26
  • Some observations on Burmese ceramices. Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology. 1996. 16. 97-110
  • Chinese Ceramics of the Middle and Late Tang Dynasty. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM. 1996. 31
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Books (2):
  • CHINESE CERAMICS EXCAVATED IN JAPAN
    Heibonsha 1995
  • CELADON
    Heibonsha 1997
Lectures and oral presentations  (41):
  • 耀州窯の諸問題
    (東洋陶磁学会第18回大会 1990)
  • 対馬海神神社伝世の高麗陶磁
    (東洋陶磁学会第20回大会 1992)
  • 我が国出土の朝鮮王朝、東南アジア陶磁の傾向
    (秀吉時代の都市と貿易陶磁器-博多・堺を中心として- 1993)
  • ミャンマー陶磁についてのいくつかの知見
    (東南アジア考古学会第123回例会 1996)
  • 長沙窯磁について
    (東洋陶磁学会平成8年度第12回研究会 1997)
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Education (2):
  • - 1985 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Literature
  • - 1987 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Humanities
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK) (The University of Tokyo)
Work history (8):
  • 1987 - 1996 Assistant Curator, Tokyo National Museum
  • 1996 - 2001 Associate Curator, Tokyo National Museum
  • 2001 - 2003 Curator, Tokyo National Museum
  • 2010/04 - 2013/03 Tokyo National Museum
  • 2013/04 - 2017/05 Agency for Cultural Affairs
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Association Membership(s) (1):
JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR STUDIES OF CHANOYU
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