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ENOMOTO Wataru

ENOMOTO Wataru

  • Specialized Field(s)
    Medieval history of international exchange
  • Current Research Themes
    My research focuses on relations between Japan and other countries from the ninth through fourteenth centuries. While Japan’s interest in diplomacy was low in this period, private or unofficial relations with other countries were even more active than before or after that time. As manifestations of that activity, I take up mainly merchants engaged in overseas trade and priests who went to China to study.
  • Keywords for Research
    Japan, Heian Era, Kamakura Era, Nambokucho Era, China, Tang, Wudai, Song, Yuan, Korea, Silla, Goryo, Trade, Merchant, Trade Ship, Cultural Exchange, Diplomacy, Buddhist Monk, Zen Buddhism, Maritime Area, East China Sea, Port of Trade, Port City, Trade Control, Shibosi, Dazaifu, Hakata, Tsushima Island, Ningbo
Education
  • 1998
    M.A., University of Tokyo
  • 2000
    B.A., University of Tokyo
Professional Experience
  • 2001
    Special Researcher (DC2), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • 2003
    Special Researcher (PD), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • 2003
    Assistant Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, the University of Tokyo
  • 2006
    Research Fellow, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo
  • 2009
    Research Fellow, Kangwon National University
  • 2010
    Associate Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Degree(s)
  • 2000
    M.A.,, University of Tokyo
  • 2006
    D., Litt.,, University of Tokyo
Achievements
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Books
Articles
  • 「宋元交替と日本」 『岩波講座 日本歴史第七巻 中世2』、岩波書店、2014年4月、pp.77-112
  • (“Japan in the Period of Song-Yuan Transition in China,” Iwanami Lecture Series: Japanese History,vol.7, Medieval Era 2, Iwanami Shoten, April 2014, pp.77-112)
  • 「平安王朝と中国医学――12世紀を中心に」 『東京大学日本史学研究室紀要別冊 中世政治社会史論叢』、2013年、pp.3-15
  • (“Chinese Medicine in Heian Dynasty:Especially on the 12th Century,” Bulletin of the Department of Japanese History, Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo (Extra issue), 2013, pp.3-15)
  • 「長崎晧臺寺と福州鼓山―『日域洞上諸祖伝』撰述の背景―」 『駒澤大学禅研究所年報』 24、2012年、pp.69-97
  • (“Kotaiji Temple in Nagasaki and Gushan Temple in Fuzhou,” Annual Report of the Zen Institute 24, 2012, pp.69-97)
  • 「入元日本僧椿庭海寿と元末明初の日中交流―新出僧伝の紹介を兼ねて―」 『東洋史研究』 70-2、2011年、pp.66-104
  • (“The Japanese Monk Chintei Kaiju who Traveled to Yuan and the Relation between Japan and Late-Yuan and Early-Ming China,” Toyoshi Kenkyu 70:2, 2011, pp.66-104)
  • 「東シナ海の宋海商」 『日本の対外関係3 通交・通商圏の拡大』、吉川弘文館、2010年12月
  • (“Song Maritime Traders in East China Sea,” Foreign Relations of Japan, vol.3; Expansion of Traffic and Commercial Sphere, Yoshikawa Kobunkan, December 2010)