"Peninsula Culture on-line" about Folklore Data of Kagoshima Japan
by The Virtual Museum of Peninsula Culture on Web.
First edition: September 1, 2000
Last update: April 13, 2003
What's This Site?
About "Peninsula Culture on-line" & "The Virtual Museum
of Peninsula Culture on Web."
Peninsula culture on-line is the individual site that introduces peninsular
tradition culture and peninsular original scenery of Japan by the virtual
museum of peninsula culture on web. I am studying folklore in the Kagoshima
Satsuma Peninsula. And, I am making this virtual museum. I fully investigate,
consider and am writing this site. However, if you notice a mistake, send
mail to the following address. And, I am waiting also for the comment from
you. Please feel free to link to this site.
Mail to: email@example.com
Who is Web Master?
About a brief summary of this web's author.
I was born on 1968 in the city of Okayama, Japan. I graduated from Kochi
University humanities department on 1992. And then, I got my master's at
Kagoshima University. (M. A.)
Specialty: Japanese folklore and human geography.
Membership: The Folklore Society of Japan, the Folk-tool Society of Japan,
and the Folk-tool Society of Kagoshima (manager).
Principal Articles and Report
- "Study of the History and Folk-customs Change in a Kochi's Mountain
Village: Ethnography of Higashikajigauchi, Otoyo-cho, Kochi Prefecture,
- My graduation essay of Kochi University humanities department, 1991.
- "Study of the Folk-customs about Marine Business: Folk-customs about
Local Marine Business in South Kyushu."
- My master's dissertation of Kagoshima University, 1993.
- "Research about traditional annual event's natural changing."
- "Kagoshima Mingu" No. 12, 1996.
- "Mechanical Doll by the Waterwheel in the Manose River Basin"
- "Research about Mechanical Doll by the Waterwheel in Satsuma."
published by Kagoshima Chiran-cho boards of education, 1997.
- "Folklore of Marine Business: Shipowner, Sailor, Transport Ship in
- "Folklore about Legend and Life." compiled by Dr. Toshimi Shimono,
published by Iwatashoin, 1999.