Our curatorial department is made up of professionals from three fields - physical anthropology, folklore studies and archaeology.While these fields are independent of each other, our teams work together with common research themes and conduct joint.
With curators from different academic disciplines working on joint projects, our research works focus on shedding light on the evolution and history of humans from multiple perspectives.
 
Publishings & Publications
  
At the museum, in addition to the research bulletins which we publish annually, from time to time, we also produce pictorial records of our exhibitions and special exhibitions, and survey reports.
 
 →[View previously published research bulletins here ( Japanese version only)]
Curatorial Staff 
   
Takayuki Matsushita (Ph.D)        Toru Yoshidome  
(Director,Chief Curator)   Research and research results
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(Deputy Director,Curator) Research and research results
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Physical Anthropology Folklore Studies 
         
Satoshi Kawata Yumiko Oyabu (Ph.D)   
(Curator) Research and research results
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(Curator)  Research and research results
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Folklore Studies Physical Anthropology
         
Hirofumi Takamuku(Ph.D) Emma Okita
(Curator) Research and research results
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(Curator)   Research and research results
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Physical Archaeology Zoo Archaeology
         
Shiho Odagawa    
(Curator)  Research and research results
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 Folklore Studies