Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameISHIMARU, Eriko
AffiliationResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionProject Researcher
Arrival day2008-04-01
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth 
Academic CareerGraduate School of Human and Environmental studies,Kyoto University,D Course(2007)
Graduate School of Letters,Hiroshima University,M Course(2001)
Faculty of Letters,Hiroshima University(1999)
Faculty of Agriculture,Ehime University(1990)
Professional CareerTHE NIKKA WHISKY DISTILLING CO.,LTD(1991)
project researcher,Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(2008)
Higher DegreesM.Lit.,Hiroshima University(2001)
Fields of SpecializationZoo-archaeology
Isotope Zoo-archaeology
Environmental archaeology
Academic Society MembershipsJapanese Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Property
Society of Archaeological Studies
Japanese Zoo-archaeogical Society
International Council for Archaeo-Zoology
AwardsThe second Japanese Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Property Encouragement thesis prize(2009)
Honourable Mention International Council for Archaeozoology 2006 Poster Competition student category(2006)
Mishima Kaiun Memorial Foundation Science encouragement prize(2005)

 

Papers

【Original Articles】

Eriko ISHIMARU 2010,03 Animal remains excavated from Amataki site and use of animal resources in Inland. Iwate Cultural Promotion Agency (ed.) Excavation report of Amataki site. Buried cultural properties investigation report of Iwate Cultural Promotion Agency , 562. pp.191-198. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU 2010,03 The use of animal resources in Yano site. Izumo city broad of education (ed.) Yano site . Izumo, Shimane , pp.149-157. (in Japanese)

Minoru YONEDA, Takashi GAKUHARI, Eriko ISHIMARU, Naoto TOMIOKA 2010,03 Approach of Human life of Hakata in the mediaval period from isotope anlysis of bone. City history Research FUKUOKA(5):33-49. (in Japanese)

Hiroki KIKUCHI,Eriko ISHIMARU and Akira MATSUI 2009,03 The animal remains of the Dazaifu jyoubo from the 224th excavation. the Dazaifu municipal board of education (ed.) Dazaifu jyoubo remain 40. cultural property of Dazaifu city, 107. pp.179-185. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU and Mitsuo KOIZUMI 2009,03 The shell artifacts excavated at Nakagou shell mound in Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture. Yamaguchi museum (ed.) Bulletin of the Yamaguchi Museum. pp.33-40. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU 2009,03 The animal remains of Bancho site from the second excavation. The Ehime Research Center for Buried Cultural Properties (ed.) The second excavation of Bancho site. pp.206-220. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU,Tetsuya UMINO,Minoru YONEDA,Yasuyuki SHIBATA,Takakazu YUMOTO and Ichiro TAYASU 2009,01 Expansion in the distribution of marine products revealed by the identification of marine fish origins : a new perspective from carbon and nitrogen stable isotope data from Chugoku and Shikoku. MANABU, Journal of Manabu YOSHIDA memorial foundation for scientific studies on cultural property(2):109-134. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU 2008,03 Bone,antler and tooth artifacts excavated at Taishaku-Kyo Sites. Annual Bulletin of Hiroshima University Taishaku-kyo Sites Research Centre(ⅩⅩⅡ):62-86. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU 2008,03 The animal remains of Hikozaki Shell Mound collected by water separation. The Okayama Municipal Board of Education (ed.) Hikozaki Shell Mound 3,The report on the excavation of shell mounds in Jomon period in Okayama Japan. pp.95-110. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU and Akira MATSUI 2008,03 Uses od animal resources at the Kusado Sengen-cho site. Bulletin of the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of History(10):11-34. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU,Tetsuya UMINO,Minoru YONEDA,Yasuyuki SHIBATA,Takakazu YUMOTO and Ichiro TAYASU 2008,02 Expansion in the distribution of marine products revealed by the identification of marine fish origins : a new perspective from carbon and nitrogen stable isotope data from Chugoku and Shikoku. Archaeology and Natural Science, Journal of Japanese Society for Scientific Studies on Clutural Property(57):1-20. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

【Review Articles】

Eriko ISHIMARU 2009,07 Hardship story of Zoo-Archaeology - sampling of modern animal and making of specimen-. Osaka Museum of Natural History (ed.) Learn by HONE, Enjoy by HONE. 39th Exhibition Guide books "Hone Hone Expedition". Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, pp.124. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU 2009,07 Bone use of ancient people - learning from excavated bone -. Osaka MUseum of Natural History (ed.) Learn by HONE, Enjoy by HONE. 39th Exhibition Guide books "Hone Hone Expedition". Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, pp.119-123. (in Japanese)

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Ichiro TAYASU, Eriko ISHIMARU, Katakazu YUMOTO Feeding ecology of contemporary Japanese revealed by stable isotope analysis. 63th Conference of the Anthropological Society of Nippon, Symposium of subcommittee meeting Osteoarcheology, 2009.10.03-2009.10.04, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU, Ichiro TAYASU, Tetsuya UMINO, Minoru YONEDA, Takakazu YUMOTO Ancient transport in the Japanese Archipelago revealed trough carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios of excavatedm marine fishes. International Council for Archaeozoology Fish Remains Working Group 15th Meeting, 2009.09.03-2009.09.09, Poznan and Torun, Poland.

Eriko ISHIMARU, Emi KOKADO, Soichiro KUSAKA, Takanori NAKANO, Takakazu YUMOTO Restoration of hunting area in Jomon and Yayoi period -sutrontium isotope analysis of animal remains and plants. 26th Conference of JAPAN SOCIETY FOR SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ON CULTURAL PROPERTIES, 2009.07.11-2009.07.12, Nagoya, Aichi. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU, Emi KOKADO, Soichiro KUSAKA, Kiyohide FURUSE, Tananori NAKANO, Takakazu YUMOTO Hunting area of Jomon period -isotope analysis of animal remains excavated from TAISHAKU-kyo sites in Hiroshima-. 75th annual meeting and convention of Japanese Archaeological Association, 2009.05.30-2009.05.31, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU A possibility of stable isotope zoo-arhaeology for occupation, excange and distribution studies. The 183th meeting of society for Oomi shell mound, 2009.01.31, Siga, Ootsu. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU,Souichiro KUSAKA, Takanori NAKANO and Takakazu YUMOTO The study for reconstruction of hunting erea by strontium analysis of wild boar and dear tooth. The 12th meeting of Japanese Zoo-archaeological Society, 2008.11.29-2008.11.30, Shimane, Matsue. (in Japanese)

【Poster Presentation】

Eriko ISHIMARU, Kicheol SHIN, Hirofumi TERAMURA, Takanori NAKANO and Clarification of hunting and gathering region by strontium isotope. The 13th Annual Meeting of Japanese Zoo-Archaeological Society, 2009.12.19-2009.12.20, Ibaragi. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU, Kicheol SHIN, Hirofumi TERAMURA, Takanori NAKANO and Can the hunting area of Jomon period be clarified? : Approach by. The 10th Annual Meeting of Kansai Jomon Cultural Society, 2009.12.12-2009.12.13, Azuchi,Shiga. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU, Kicheol SHIN, Hirofumi TERAMURA, Ryo TUJINO, Takanori Hunting areas of Jomon and Yayoi period revealed through the strontium. 2009 Annual Meeting of the Mammalogical Society of Japan, 2009.11.21-2009.11.24, Taipei, Taiwan. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU What kind of fush are these? Bones from the Bancho site and Yokkaichi site of the Edo period(17th-19th)in Japan. International Council for Archaeozoology Fish Remains Working Group 15th Meeting, 2009.09.03-2009.09.09, Poznan and Torun, Poland.

Eriko ISHIMARU The study for use of natural resources in Jomon period by the analysis on butchering process of animal and manufacture of bone tools. THe 25th meeting of Japan society for scientificc studies on cultural properties, 2008.06.14-2008.06.15, Kagoshima. (in Japanese)

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

Eriko ISHIMARU A new approach of distribution of marine products and exchange study : Stable isotope analysis of fish remains. The 8th Annual Meeting of the Neolithic age Society of Japan and Korea, 2009.07.18-2009.07.19, Moppo, Korea. (in Japanese)

Eriko ISHIMARU The Jomon settlement revealed through animal remains studies. The 12th symposium of Okayama regular meeting on the society of archaeological studies, 2008.01.12, Okayama. (in Japanese)