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    Sinologie in Würzburg

    Publikationsliste von Ataru Sotomura

    Monographien

    2015

    The Buddhist Heavens 天: Source Manual for Iconographic Research on the Buddhist Universe, Part II, Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Working Paper No. 18 (Apr. 2015), http://www.iseas.edu.sg/images/pdf/nsc_working_paper_series_18.pdf

    2011

    Mt. Sumeru 須彌山: Source Manual for Iconographic Research on the Buddhist Universe, Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Working Paper No.6 (Sep. 2011), http://www.iseas.edu.sg/images/pdf/nsc_working_paper_series_6.pdf

    2003

    mit Tanaka, Tan / Fukuda, Miho (Hg.) Chûgoku kodai zôen shiryô shûsei. Tôkyô: Chûô kôron bijutsu shuppan. [Kompilation und Index chinesischer Texte zur Land­schafts‑ und Gartenkunst von der Qin‑ bis zur Sui-Dynastie].

    1991 

    mit Sybille Girmond: Der japanische Garten in Leverkusen. Farbiges Spiegelbild der vier Jahreszeiten. Heidelberg: Edition Braus.

    Artikel und Buchbeiträge

    2016 peer-reviewed

    “Kijiru sekkutsu ni egakareta daijô no jinpenbutsu ni tsuite キジル石窟に描かれた大乗の神変仏について / The Identity of the so-called Cosmological Buddha of Kucha”. In: The Tôhô Gakuhô Journal of Oriental Studies (Kyoto) No. 91, 529-502. Download full article.

    2016

    “Shumisen sekai ni kansuru shosetsu to Tôdaiji daibutsu renben shumisenzu ni tsuite 須弥山世界に関する諸説と東大寺大仏蓮弁須弥山図について / A World with Mt. Sumeru as Represented in a Eighth Century Petal from the Great Buddha’s Lotus Pedestal at Tōdaiji Temple”. In Yasuo Inamoto (ed.) Workshop Proceedings, Higashi ajia bukkyô bijutsu ni okeru seichi hyôshô no shoyôtai / Modes of Representing Sacred Sites in East Asian Buddhist Art. Kyôto: Yasuo Inamoto (Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyôto University), 1-32. Download Full article.

    2015 peer-reviewed

    “Kegonkyô no uchûron to Tôdaiji daibutsu no ishô ni tsuite / The Cosmology of the Avataṃsaka-sūtra and the Design of the Great Buddha at Tôdaiji Temple”. In: International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Nihon kenkyû,No. 51, 21-40. http://publications.nichibun.ac.jp/region/d/NSH/series/nike/2015-03-31-2/rd/mzviewer/index_article.html#/10 and http://publications.nichibun.ac.jp/region/d/NSH/series/nike/2015-03-31-2/rd/mzviewer/index_article.html#/210

    2014

    “Tôdaiji daibutsu renben kebori zu ni tsuite / The Heavens Engraved on the Lotus Pedestal of the Great Buddha at Tôdaiji Temple”. In: Nanto Bukkyô / Journal of the Nanto Society for Buddhist Studies, No. 99, 88-116.

    2014 peer-reviewed

    “Kan’yaku butten ni mirareru Indo bukkyô no teien dezain to Kodai Chûgoku no teien tono kankei ni tsuite / Relation between Indian Buddhist Garden Designs and Ancient Chinese Gardens”. In: Nihon teien gakkai shi / Journal of the Academic Society of Japanese Garden, vol. 28, 1-10.

    2014

    “Jôdo-teien to ‘Sakuteiki’ to ‘Gionzukyô’ / Jôdo Gardens and ‘Sakuteiki’ and ‘the Jetavana Scripture’”. In: Sakuteiki to Nihon no Teien. Kyôto: Shibunkaku shuppan, 111-147.

    2013 peer-reviewed

    “Shôsôin biwa genryû kô 正倉院琵琶源流攷 / The Origins and the Divergences of the Biwa-lutes as housed in the Shôsô-in”. In: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyôto University, The Zinbun Gakuhō / Journal of Humanities, vol. 103, 1-43. http://repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dspace/handle/2433/189485

    2011 peer-reviewed

    “Kodai Chûgoku no hôchi to Nansô no Shuki no ‘Hanpo-hôtô’ ni tsuite / The Square Pond in Chinese Garden History - An Approach through Zhu Xi's Small Square Pond”. In: Nihon teien gakkai shi / Journal of the Academic Society of Japanese Garden, vol. 25, 1-15. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jgarden/2011/25/2011_25_1/_article

    2011 peer-reviewed

    “Tô no Chôan no Seidai to Tôdai oyobi Nihon no Heijô-kyû ni tsuite / The Western Palace Complex Xinei and the Eastern Palace Complex Dongnei of Chang'an City during the Tang Period and Heijô-kyû Palace of Japan”. In: Bukkyô geijutsu / Ars Buddhica, No. 317, 9-51.

    2010 peer-reviewed

    “Gi-shin Rakuyô tojô seido kô 魏晉洛陽都城制度攷 / The Layout of Luoyang, the Capital City in 3rd Century CE China”. In: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, The Zinbun Gakuhō / Journal of Humanities, vol. 99, 1-29. http://repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dspace/handle/2433/134544

    2010 peer-reviewed

    “Kodai Indo no gengakki <Vînâ><Varrakî><Tunava> / Ancient Indian Stringed Musical Instruments: Vīṇā, Vallakī, Tuṇava”. In: Kodaibunka / Cultura Antiqua, vol. 62(3), 65-81.

    2010

    Li Fei (trans.), Zhao Weiping (proof.) “Tangdai pipa zakao / Tang Pipa Examined ”. In:  Yinyue yishu / Journal of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, vol. 2, 59-70. [Chinesische Übersetzung des Artikels: “Tôdai biwa zakkô: Shôsôin no ‘Shinkan’ biwa / The Tang-Dynasty Lute as Repre¬sented in Imagery from the Shôsôin and Tang Texts”. In: Rokuon zasshû. Nara kokuritsu hakubutsukan kenkyû kiyô / Bulletin of the Nara National Museum, No. II-III, 57-71, 2001. ]

    2009 peer-reviewed

    “Asuka no shumisen seki / The Mt. Sumeru Stone of Asuka”. In: Nihon teien gakkai shi / Journal of the Academic Society of Japanese Garden, vol. 21, 1-14. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jgarden/2009/21/2009_21_21_1/_article

    2009 peer-reviewed

    “<Gogen> no kigen to jisei ni tsuite / The Origin of the Five-Stringed Lute and the Arrangement of its Frets”. In: Kodaibunka / Cultura Antiqua, vol. 61(3), 88-95.

    2009 peer-reviewed

    “Taishakuten no zenkenjô to sono enrin / Indra’s City and Gardens”. In: Nihon teien gakkai shi / Journal of the Academic Society of Japanese Garden, vol. 20, 1-19. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jgarden1993/2009/20/2009_20_1/_article

    2009 peer-reviewed

    “Ka Kôgen no ‘Shuraiso’ to fujiwarakyô ni tsuite / Comparative study on the 7th cen­tury Chinese scholar Jia Gongyan’s commentary on ‘Zhouli’ and the plan of the Japanese capital Fujiwara-kyô (694-710)”. In: Kodaigaku kenkyû, vol. 181, 26-33.

    2007      

     “Indo bukkyô no teien dezain to kodai Chûgoku no teien / Indian Buddhist Garden Designs and Ancient Chinese Gardens”. In: Dentô Chûgoku no teien to seikatsu kûkan / Landscape Architecture and Living Space in the Chinese Tradition. Interna­tional Symposium, June 9–10, 2007. Kyôto University, Institute for Research in Humanities, G1-G18.

    2006 peer-reviewed    

    “Kodai higashi Ajia no <ike to shima no enrin> to <ike to tsukiyama no enrin> / ‘Ponds-and-Islands in the Garden’ and ‘Ponds-and-Artificial-Mountains in the Gar­den’ in Ancient East Asia”. In: Bukkyô geijutsu/Ars Buddhica, No. 286, 13-56. [Erweiterte japanische Überarbeitung des Vortrages ‘The Fashionable Revival of Ancient Garden Designs in 7th Century China’, gehalten anläßlich der internationa­len Konferenz ‘Perceptions of Antiquity in China’s Civilization’ an der Universität Würzburg 2004.]

    2005       

    “<Gogen> Biwa no ryûkô ni tsuite / On the Prevalence of the Wuxian, Five-Stringed Lute”. In: Rokuon zasshû. Nara kokuritsu hakubutsukan kenkyû kiyô / Bulletin of the Nara National Museum, No. 7, 1-24 und iii. http://www.narahaku.go.jp/english/archives/kiyo/07/biwa-e.pdf

    2004

    “Jôdo-Tempelanlagen in Japan vom 11. bis zum 14. Jahrhundert”. In: Ostasiatische Zeitschrift, Neue Serie, Nr. 8, 7-21.

    2004       

    “The Fashionable Revival of Ancient Garden Designs in 7th Century China”. In: Dieter Kuhn (Hg.): Perceptions of Antiquity in China’s Civilization. International Conference. Würzburg, 27 – 29 May 2004. Abstract Volume, 17-19.

    2004 peer-reviewed

    “Chûgoku kodai no toshi to enrin ni tsuite no shohoteki kôsatsu / A Preliminary Exa­mination on Cities and Gardens in Ancient China”. In: Bukkyô Geijutsu / Ars Bud­dhica, No. 272, 13-33.

    2004 peer-reviewed 

    “Sei Shin no Han Gaku no kankyo to sansuiron ni tsuite / Pan Yue (AD 247-300)’s Urban Dwelling and Landscape Theory”. In: Randosukêpu kenkyû / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, vol. 68:1, 165-173. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jila/68/2/68_2_165/_article

    2002 peer-reviewed 

    “Hokushû no Yu Shin to Nanchô Kenkô no tôgû no enrin oyobi ‘Shôen fu’ ni tsuite / Discussion on the ‘Poetic Essay on a Small Garden’ (xiaoyuan fu) by Yu Xin (513-581) and the Garden of the Crown Prince of the Southern Dynasties in Jiankang (present-day Nanjing)”. In: Randosukêpu kenkyû / Journal of the Japane­se Institute of Landscape Architecture, vol. 65:4, 334-344. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jila1994/65/4/65_4_334/_article

    2001 peer-reviewed

    “Ryô no Shin Yaku no kôkyo ni tsuite / Shen Yüeh (441-513)’s Suburban Dwelling”. In: Randosukêpu kenkyû / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architec­ture, vol. 64:3, 266-269. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jila1994/64/3/64_3_266/_article

    2001    

    “Tôdai biwa zakkô: Shôsôin no ‘Shinkan’ biwa / The Tang-Dynasty Lute as Repre­sented in Imagery from the Shôsôin and Tang Texts”. In: Rokuon zasshû. Nara kokuritsu hakubutsukan kenkyû kiyô / Bulletin of the Nara National Museum, No. II-III, 57-71. http://www.narahaku.go.jp/english/archives/kiyo/02/kiyo-02-03.html , http://www.narahaku.go.jp/archives/kiyo/02/kiyo-02-03.html

    1999 peer-reviewed

    “Chûgoku no Dôtaiji no enchi ni tsuite / The Garden Pond of Tongtaisi Temple”. In: Randosukêpu kenkyû / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, vol. 62:4, 396-399.

    1998 peer-reviewed

    “Rikuchô kenkô tojô kyûjô kô / The Layout of Jiankang, Capital of the Six Dynasties”. In: Tanaka Tan (Hg.): Chûgoku gijutsu-shi no kenkyû / Studies on the History of Technology in China. Kyôto: Kyôto University Jinbun Kagaku Kenkyûjo / Kyôto Uni­versity Institute for Research in Humanities, 247-305.

    1995 peer-reviewed

    “Min matsu Shin sho izen no Chûgoku teien ni okeru taikoseki ni tsuite / The Taihu Rocks in Chinese Gardens before the Seventeenth Century”. In: Randosukêpu kenkyû / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, vol. 59:1, 24-36.

    1994

    mit Sybille Girmond “Herbst in einem japanischen Garten”. In: Atrium 1994:5, 110-116.

    1994 peer-reviewed

    “Nikkan no kazan shumi / The Kasan, Artificial Mountains in Korea and Japan”. In: Zôen zasshi / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects, vol. 57:3, 258-271.

    1994

    “Chûgoku ko enrin no ishô I - III: Ike to shima no enrin. Ike to tsukiyama no enrin. Nagare no shisetsu, ryûhaikyo”. In: (Gekkan) Sinica, vol. 5:2, 20-21, 36-37, und 50-51.

    1993

    “Der Zen-Garten-Disput des Tenryûji (1345). Ein Beitrag zur Entstehungsgeschichte von Zen-Gärten in Japan”. In: Claudius Müller (Hg.): Zen und die Kultur Japans. Klosteralltag in Kyôto. Berlin: Reimer Verlag, 49-62.

    1992 peer-reviewed

    “Sakuteiki ni iu karesansui no genryû / The Origin of the karesansui in Sakuteiki Style”. In: Zôen zasshi / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects, vol. 56:1, 1-14.

    1991 peer-reviewed

    “Kôfukuji sakutei hidensho no kenkyû / The Garden Making Technique Based Upon the Theory of the Flower Arrangement”. In: Zôen zasshi / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects, vol. 54:3, 215-221.

    1991 peer-reviewed

    “Kôfukuji sakutei shiryô / Secret Records on Garden Making at Kôfukuji Temple”. In: Zôen zasshi / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects, vol. 54:3, 222-226.

    1990

    “The First European Garden Introduced into Japan”. In: Aziatische Kunst. Medede­lingenblad van de Vereniging van Vrienden der Aziatische Kunst Amsterdam. 20. Jahrgang, Heft 1, 14-19.

    1989 peer-reviewed

    “Hanchi no gogen ‘hansui’ ni tsuite / The Origin of the Term Hanchi”. In: Zôen zasshi / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architects, vol. 53:2, 77-84.

    1989

    “<Hitsuboku chikuseki sansuiden> ni tsuite / The <Hitsuboku chikuseki sansuiden>, an Edo Period Text on Garden Making”. In: Nihon zôen gakkai Kansai shibu happyô yôshi / [Annual] Papers of the Kansai Branch on the Japanese Institute of Land­scape Architects, 13-14.

    1986 peer-reviewed

    “Asukamura Shimanoshô hôchi dezain no kigen / The Origin of the Design of the Square Pond in Asuka”. In: Zôen zasshi / Journal of the Japanese Institute of Land­scape Architects, vol. 49:5, 37-42.

    Übersetzungen

    2009

    Hanburuku bijutsu kôgei hakubutsukan shozô, Nihon no kago korekushon. Japa­nische Zusammenfassung. In: Nora von Achenbach: Kagoshi. Japans Meister der Bambusflechtkunst. Hamburg: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe.

    1999

    Christine Bartholomäus: Philipp Franz von Siebold (1796-1866), Japanforscher aus Würzburg. Zweisprachige Ausgabe, herausgegeben von Ulrich Wagner. Japanische Übersetzung von Ataru Sotomura. Würzburg: Stadtarchiv Würzburg [Sonderver­öffentlichungen des Stadtarchives Würzburg, Band 2]

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