Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameAKIMICHI, Tomoya
AffiliationCenter for Coordination, Promotion and Communication, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionProfessor
Arrival day2002-04-01
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth1946
Academic CareerDepartment of Anthropology, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo, D. Course (1977)
Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo, M. Course (1974)
Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University (1968)
Professional CareerProfessor, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (2002)
Head of Department, Department of Cultural Research, National Museum of Ethnology (1999)
Adjunct Professor, School of Advanced Sciences, The Graduate University of Advanced Studies (1998)
Professor, Department of Cultural Research, National Museum of Ethnology (1995)
Professor, 1st Research Department, National Museum of Ethnology (1992)
Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Cultural Research, The Graduate University of Advanced Studies (1988)
Associate Professor, 1st Research Department, National Museum of Ethnology (1987)
Assistant Professor, 2nd Research Department, National Museum of Ethnology (1977)
Higher DegreesD.Sc. (The University of Tokyo, 1986), M.Sc. (The University of Tokyo, 1974)
Fields of SpecializationEcological Anthropology, Ethno-Biology
Academic Society MembershipsThe Society of the Bio-Sophia Studies, The Society of Human and Animal Relations, The Society of the Environmental Sociology, The Society of Ecological Anthropology, The Society of Tropical Ecology
AwardsDaido-Seimei Chiiki-Kenkyu Shorei-Sho in 1998 (Award for Promotion of Area Studies by Daido Life Insurance Company in 1998)

 

Books

【Authored/Co-authored】

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,11 Global History of the Commons In Search of the Common-Pool Resources in the Global Era.. Iwanami-Shoten, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 319pp.

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,01 Who owns the Whales? (Kujira wa dareno monoka). Chikuma Shinsho. Chikuma Shobo, Taitoku, Tokyo, 231pp. (in Japanese)

AKIMICHI, Tomoya 1999 Territoriality in Cultural History(Nawabari no bunkashi). Shogakukan (in Japanese)

【Chapters/Sections】

Akimichi Tomoya 2011,03 Corals in the Heaven: Coral Roads from Tibet. Iwasaki Akemi ・Iwasaki Nozomu (ed.) Corals- Culture and History of Precious Coral. Tokai University Publisher, Kanagawa, pp.16-19. (in Japanese)

Tomoya Akimichi 2011 Changing Coastal Commons in a Sub-Tropical Island Ecosystem, Yaeyama Islands, Japan. Island Futures:Conservation and Development Across the Asia-Pacific Region. Global Environmental Studies. Springer, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.125-137.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Eco-Hsitory and Resource Use. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.322-323. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Indigenous Knowledge and Quality of Life. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.558-559. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Resource- A Short Summary: In Search for the Construction of the Resource View. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, p.350-350. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Whaling Dispute and Environmental Conservation. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.342-343. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Resource Allocation in the Global Era. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.340-341. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Food Manner and Ethics. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp. 274-275. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 Resource- Overview: Who owns the Resources on Earth?. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.242-249. (in Japanese)

【Translations / Joint Translations】

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,07 The Spread of Agriculture into Southeast Asia and Oceania(Higashi ajia, oseania eno noko kakusan). Osada Toshiki, Sato Yoichiro (ed.) Noko Kigen no Jinruishi.[ Kyoto University Press, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.199-255. (in Japanese) Translation of Peter Bellwood First Farmers: The Origins of Agricultural Societies. Blackwell Publishing, pp.128-145.

Editing

【Editing / Co-editing】

People and Nature Editorial Board (Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2011,03 People and Nature. Vol.1. Showa-do, Kyoto, Japan, 32pp. (in Japanese) (Special Issue: Fire)

SEEDer Editorial Board (Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2011,03 . SEEDer: Future of the Earth- Consideration from Informatics in Area and Environment, No.4. Showado, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 96pp. (in Japanese) (Special Issue: A Wisdom in the Paddy Cultivation)

Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) 2010,12 Nature, Water and People in Otsuchi - A Message for the Future. Tohoku Shuppan Kikaku, Tsuruoka City, Yamagata., 357pp. (in Japanese)

BIOSTORY Editorial Board(Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2010,12 (Special Issue: How have Human utilized Oil?). BIOSTORY, Vol.14. Seibundo-Shinkosha, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 112pp.

SEEDer Editorial Board(Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2010,11 . SEEDer: Future of the Earth: Consideration from Informatics in Area and Environment, No. 3. Showado, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 87pp. (in Japanese) (Special Issue: Informatics of Disasters)

Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) 2010,10 Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Studies. Kobundou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 651pp. (in Japanese)

BIOSTORY Editorial Board (Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2010,06 . BIOSTORY, Vol. 13. Seibundo Shinkosha, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 111pp. (in Japanese) (Special Issue: Diversity of Ikimono and Japanese Culture)

SEEDer Editorial Board(Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2010,03 SEEDer: Future of the Earth: Consideration from Informatics in Area and Environment. No.2. (Special Issue: Futurability of the Earth and Biodiversity). Shouwadou, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 84pp.

SEEDer Editorial Board(Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2009,12 SEEDer: Future of the Earth: Consideration from Informatics in Area and Environment. No.1. Shouwadou, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 96pp. (in Japanese) (Special Issue: Nature and People in Australia: History of Interaction and Disturbance)

SEEDer Editorial Board(Chief Editor: Akimichi Tomoya) (ed.) 2009,03 . SEEDer: Future of the Earth: Consideration from Informatics in Area and Environment, 0. Showado, Sakyo, Kyoto, 64pp. (in Japanese)

Akimichi, Tomoya (ed.) 2010,03 Water of Mt. Chokai and Life- A Report from the Area(Chokai-zan no mizu to kurashi-Chiiki kara no repoto). Tohoku Shuppan Kikaku, Hieda, Tsuruoka, 484pp.

Akimichi Tomoya, Kazuhiko Komatsu, and Yasuo Nakamura (ed.) 2010,03 Water and Life (Mizu to seikatsu). Water and People, Vol. Ⅱ. Bensei-Shuppan, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 333pp.

Akimichi Tomoya, Kazuhiko Komatsu, and Yasuo Nakamura (ed.) 2010,03 Water and Environment (Mizu to kankyo). Water and People, Vol. I. Bensei-Shuppan, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 332pp.

Akimichi, Tomoya (ed.) 2010,03 Water and Civilization- A New Perspective on Control and Co-exsistence(Mizu to bunmei- Seigyo to Kyozon no aratana shiten). Showadou, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 288pp.

Akimichi Tomoya, Kazuhiko Komatsu, and Yasuo Nakamura (ed.) 2010,03 Water and Culture (Mizu to bunka). Water and People, Vol. III. Bensei-Shuppan, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 329pp.

Tomoya Akimichi, Toshio Yamagata (ed.) 2010 Ship and Ocean Newsletter. Ocean Policy Research Foundation, Tokyo, 8pp.

Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) 2008,03 Resources and Commons(Shigen to komonzu). Anthropology of the Commons(shigen jinruigaku), 8. Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Kyoto, 344pp.

Akimichi Tomoya and Kurokura Hisashi (ed.) 2008,03 Fish and People: Living with the Great Mekong River(Hito to uo no shizenshi, hahanaru mekon kawa ni ikiru). sekaishisosha, sakyoku, Kyoto, 277pp.

Akimichi Tomoya and Ichikawa Masahiro (ed.) 2008,03 Witnessing Forest in Southeast Asia: A Report from Asian Tropical and Monsoon Forests(Tonan ajia no mori ni naniga okotteiruka). Jinbun shoin, Fushimiku, Kyoto, 282pp.

Akimichi, Tomoya (ed.) 2002 Wildlife and Local Societies(Yasei seibutsu to chiiki shakai). Showado, (in Japanese)

Akimichi, Tomoya and Nobuhiro Kishigami (ed.) 2002 Troubled Seas: Anthropology of Marine Resource Management(Funso no Umi: Suisansigen kanri no Jinruigaku). Jinbun Shoin, (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) 1999 Ownerships of Nature(Shizen wa dareno monoka). Showado, (in Japanese)

【Senior/Supervisory Editorships】

Akimichi Tomoya and others(32 authors)(Akimichi Tomoya (supervisor)) 2008,03 The Eco-history of the Livelihood (Nariwai no seitaishi). The Eco-hisotry of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth (Ronshu Monsun ajia no seitiashi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu), 1. Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, 228pp.

Ikeguchi Akiko and others(25 authors)(Akimichi Tomoya (supervisor)) 2008,03 The Eco-hitory of the Region(chiiki no seitaishi). The Eco-hisotry of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth (Ronshu Monsun ajia no seitiashi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu), 2. Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, 272pp.

Ajisaka Tetsuro and others(33 authors)(Akimichi Tomoya (supervisor)) 2008,03 The Eco-history of Livelihood and Human Body(Kurashi to karada no seitaishi). The Eco-hisotry of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth (Ronshu Monsun ajia no seitiashi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu), 3. Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, 248pp. (in Japanese)

Papers

【Original Articles】

Matsui Akira, Sato Yo-ichiro, Yumoto Takakazu, Ishige Naomichi and Akimichi Tomoya 2011,11 The 13th Symposium of the National Institutes of Humanities (NIHU) Food- A cross-point of Biological and Cultural Diversities. (Panel Discussion). Ningen-Bunka 12:44-57. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2011,02 A Diversified View on Whales. Human 1:106-114. (in Japanese) (Special Issue 3: Whales)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,12 Preface and Postscript. Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) Nature, Water and People in Ohtsuchi- A Message for the Future. Tsuruoka City, Yamagata, (in Japanese) p3, p335

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,12 Rethinking of Whale Tombs and Sacrifice- View on Life, Ritual and Memory. In the International Symposium on the Human Culture from the Perspective of traditional Maritime Communities:17-23. Nihon Jomin-bunka Kenkyusho , Kanagawa University, Yokohama

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,12 People and Nature in Ohtsuchi: Its Linkage for the Future. Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) Nature, Water and People in Ohtsuchi- A Message for the Future. ohoku Shuppan Kikaku , Tsuruoka-City, Yamagata, pp.20-39. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,10 On the Living organism in the Paddy. Agriculture (Nogyo) 1538:6-17.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,09 Narrative on Water in Saijo. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Futurable Linkage between Water and People- A Message from Saijo. So-fu-sha Shuppan, Matsuyama City, Ehime, pp.8-17. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya, Taniguchi Makoto, Nakano Takanori, Abe Kenichi and Sasaki Takakazu 2010,09 Panel Discussion. (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature eds.) . Futurable Linkage between Water and People- A Message from Saijo:98-125. So-fu-sha Shuppan, Matsuyama, Ehime

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,08 Thinking of Salmon’s Blessing (Field Report Japan). BIOSTORY 13:62-63. (in Japanese) (Special Issue: Biodiversity and Japanese Culture)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,08 Whale and Holothurian- Limits of Human Food Consumption with reference to Human-Animal relationships.(Based on the paper in Table ronde: La consummation animals et ses limites). VESTA 79:68-69.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,04 Ocean and People. Kumagai Keichi and Kazumichi Katayama (ed.) Oceania. Lecture of World Geography Courses, 15. Asakura Shoten, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, pp.65-80.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,03 "The Cultural Significance of Rituals with Reference to the Domestication of Junglefowl: Cases of Ethnic Minorities in Northern Thailand, Laos and Xishuangbanna". Honorary editors: H.R.H. Prince Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, H.I.H. Prince Akishinonomiya Fumihito (ed.) Chickens and Humans in Thailand: Their Multiple Relationships and Domestication. The Siam Society, Bangkok, Thailand, pp.153-168.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,03 "A New Perspective on the Human Civilization from Water Problem"(Mizu kara jinrui no bunmei wo yomitoku). Akimichi, Tomoya (ed.) Water and Civilization- A New Perspective on Control and Co-exsistence(Mizu to bunmei: seigyo to kyouzon no aratana shiten). Shouwadou, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, pp.1-18.

Akimichi, Tomoya 2010,03 "The Earth as a Water Vessel"(Mizu no utsuwa-chikyu). Water and People(8). pp.24-25. (Special Issue: Water and Belief: Powers of Water and Symbolism)

Akimichi, Tomoya 2010,03 "The Story of Water and People: Linkage between Nature and Culture for the Future"(Chokai no mizu monogatari- Shizen to bunka no tsunagari wo mirai e). Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) Water of Mt. Chokai and Life- A Report from the Area(Chokai-zan no mizu to kurashi- Chiiki kara no repoto). Tohoku Shuppan Kikaku, Hieda, Tsuruoka, pp.26-47.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,02 "Living with Flood"(Kozui to ikiru). Akimichi Tomoya, Kazuhiko Komatsu, and Yasuo Nakamura (ed.) Water and Culture. Water and People, Vol. III. Bensei-Shuppan, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.229-254.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,02 "Water as Super-Media"(Choubaitai toshiteno mizu). Akimichi Tomoya, Kazuhiko Komatsu, and Yasuo Nakamura (ed.) Water and Environment(Mizu to kankyo). Water and People, Vol. I. Bensei-Shuppan, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, pp.v-xx.

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,02 "Ownership of Marine Biological Resources"(Kaiyo shigen wa darenomonoka). Ocean and Marine Life (Kaiyo to Seibutsu) 32(1):3-9. (Spewcial Issue: Jewelry Corals and Washington Treaty)

Akimichi Tomoya 2010,02 "Coral trading and Tibetan culture". Iwasaki Nozomu (ed.) A Biohistory of Precious Corals: Scientific, Cultural and Historical Perspectives. Tokai University Press, Hadano-shi, Kanagawa, pp.149-162.

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,12 "Only a small, but precious Shijimi shell (,Corbicula)"(Takaga shijimi, saredo shijimi). BIOSTORY (12). pp.95-99. (Special Issue: Cloth: A Presnt from Living organisms)

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,07 "Living Organisms Predicting Flood"(Kozui wo yochi suru ikimono). BIOSTORY(11). pp.54-57. (Special Issue: Organisms in the Archaeology)

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,03 The Malacca-Singapore Regional Community: Claiming New Property Regime in the Malacca Singapore Straits. Institute for Transport Policy Studies (ed.) Cooperation Mechanism Verification for Malacca-Singapore Straits(Marakka singaporu kaikyo no kyoryoku mekanizumu no kensho- kaikyo riyo gyokai to kigyo no shakaiteki sekinin(CSR)no kanten kara). Institute for Transport Policy Studies, Minatoku, Tokyo, pp.113-122.

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,03 "Who owns Water? : For Water Governance and Ecological History"(Mizu wa dareno monoka: Mizu no Kyochi to Weitaishi no Kochiku ni mukete). Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Futurability of Water and People: Against Water Crisis (Mizu to hito no miraikanosei: Shinobiyori mizu kiki). Chikyuken sosho. Showado, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.143-176. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,02 (Fu eiyoka to hukugoteki kankyo mondai-chugoku unnansho jikai no jirei). Nakawo Masayoshi, Qian Xin, Zheng Yuejun (ed.) Water Environmental Problem in China: Water Deplete by Development(Chugoku no Mizu kankyo mondai: Kaihatsu no motarasu mizubusoku). Bensei Shuppan, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.129-142. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,11 Global Commons of Ocean Creatures(Kaiyo seibutsu no global commons). Ikeya Kazunobu, Hayashi Yoshihiro (ed.) Wild Life and Environment(Yasei to Kankyo). (Hito to Dobutsu no Kankeigaku), 4. Iwanami Shoten, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.218-242. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,10 Changing Property Regimes in Aquatic Environments of the Lower Mekong Basin in Southern Laos and Northern Thailand. TROPICS 17(4):285-294. (reviewed).

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,09 Paddy field and Reservoir(Suiden to Tameike). Sato Yo-Ichiro (ed.) Rice and Fish(Kome to Sakana). Shoku no Bunka Forum, 26. Domesu Shuppan, Teshimaku, Tokyo, pp.20-40. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,06 Exploring Ethnic Knowledge(Minzokuchi wo saguru). Ecosophia 20:9-15.

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,06 Declaration for Immortal Ecological Knowledge(Seitaichi no Fumetsu sengen). Ecosophia 20:1.

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,06 Fishery(Gyogyo). Momoki Shiro, et al. (ed.) Cyclopedia of Southeast Asia(Tonan ajia wo shiru jiten). Heibonsha, Bunkyoku, Tokyo, pp.119-121.

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,05 Coral Trade and Tibetan Culture(Sango Koeki to chibetto bunka). Iwasaki Nozomu (ed.) Coral Ethnography: Science, Culture and History of Jewel Coral(Sango no bunkashi: Hoseki Sango wo meguru Kagaku, Bunka, Rekishi). Tokai University Press, Hatano, Kanagawa, pp.181-196. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,05 The Importance of Ordinary Creature. The Coalition of Local Government for Environmental Initiative(Kankyo Jichitai Kaigi) (ed.) Yuza Conference (Yuza Kaigi). The Coalition of Local Government for Envitonmental Initiative(Kankyo Jichitai Kaigi), Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.8-10.

Ikeya Kazunobu, Kawano Kazuaki, Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 Diverse Hunting Technology and Changing Hunting Culture. Kono Yasuyuki (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth (Monsun Ajia no seitaishi, chiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 1 Eco-history of the Livelihood (Nariwai no seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.125-144. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 The Eco-history of Fisheries Resource Management in the Mekong River Basin (Mekon kawa shuuiiki ni okeru suisan shigen kanri no seitaishi). Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the Region with the Earth(Monsun ajia no seitashishi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 3 The Eco-history of Livelihood and Human Body(kurashi to karada no seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.209-228. (in Japanese)

Nakamura Tetsu, Ajisaka Tetsuro, Fujita Yuko, Midorikawa Yutaka, Habe Shigehisa, Akimichi Tomoya, Takenaka Chisato, Tomokawa Sachi 2008,03 Water, Food and Human Body(Mizu, shoku, karada). Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth(Roshuu Monsun ajia no seitaishi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 3 The Eco-history of Livelihood and Human Body(Kurashi to karada no seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.65-84. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya, Ikeguchi Akiko, Goto Akira, Hashimura Osamu 2008,03 Fisheries and Seasonal Fluctuation in the Mekong River Basin (Mekon kawa shusuiiki no gyoro to kisetsu hendo) . Kono Yasuyuki (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth(Monsun ajia no seitaishi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 1 The Eco-history of the Livelihood(Nariwai no seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.162-182. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 Cultural Manifestation of the Bird-man in Asia and Oceania. Akishinonomiya Fumihito and Nishino Yoshiaki (ed.) Summa Ornithologica(Chogaku taizen). The University Museum, The University of Tokyo, Bunkyoku, Tokyo, pp.112-144. (in Japanese)

Ajisaka Tetsuro, Kosaka Yasuyuki, Wakana Isamu, Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 A Diverse Use of Watery Plants in the Mekong River Basin(Mekon kawa ryuiki no mizube no shokubutsu(suisorui) riyo no tayousei). Kono Yasuyuki (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth (Monsun ajia no seitaishi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 1 The Eco-history of the Livelihood (Nariwai no seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.183-202. (in Japanese)

Takai Yasuhiro, Masuno Takashi, Nakai Shinsuke, Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 Use of Domesticated Animals(Kachiku riyo no seitaishi). Kono Yasuyuki (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth (Monsun Ajia no seitaishi, chiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 1 The Eco-history of the Livelihood (Nariwai no Seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.145-162. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,01 Resources: Human Resource Use Linking Human Body, Food and Earth (shigen no chikyu kankyo gaku, karada, shoku, chikyu no renkan). Tachimoto Narifumi (ed.) Global Humanics of the Environment (chikyu kankyo gaku). RIHN Working Paper, No.1. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kita-ku, Kyoto, pp.33-42. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,01 Freshwater resource Management and Development: A Case of Mekong Giant Catfish . Akimichi Tomoya and Kurokura Hisashi (ed.) . Fish and People: Living with the Great Mekong River(Hito to uo no shizenshi, hahanaru mekon kawa ni ikiru) . Sekaishisosha, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.237-249. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,01 The Eco-History of Cormorant Fishing A case Study in Lake Erhai, Dali, Yunnan Province, China.. Akimichi Tomoya and Kurokura Hisashi (ed.) Fish and People: Living with the Great Mekong River(Hito to uo no shizenshi, hahanaru mekon kawa ni ikiru). Sekaishisosha, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.51-68. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,01 Resources: Human Resource Use Linking Human Body, Food and Earth. Tachimoto Narifumi (ed.) Global Humanics of the Environment. Working Paper, No.1. The Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kitaku, Kyoto, pp.31-42.

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,01 The Present Status of Food From Human Historical View. Yumoto Takakazu (ed.) A Glimpse of the Global Environmental Issue from the Meal Table: Sustainability of Food and Agriculture(Shokutaku kara chikyu kankyo ga mieru). Chikyuken sosho. Showado, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.81-118. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2007,12 Introduction: Resources, Subsistence Complex and the Commons(Jyo, shigen, nariwaihukugo, komonzu). Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) Resources and the Commons(shigen to ningen). Anthropology of the Commons, 8. Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.13-36. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2007,12 Reservoirs and Usefruct in Asian Monsoon Region: Concession and Commodification of Communal Resources(ajia monsun chiiki no ike to sono riyoken, kyoyu shigen no rikenka to shohinka no imi wo saguru). Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) Resources and the Commons(shigen to komonzu). Anthropology of the Commons, 8. Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.245-278. (in Japanese)

Akimichi, Tomoya 2001 Flying Ornamental Fish in Globalization(Sora-tobu Nettaigyo to Gurobarizeishon). Ecosophia 7:34-41. (in Japanese)

Akimichi, Tomoya 2001 Species-Oriented Community-Based Resource Management: A Case Study from Small-Scale Fisheries in the Yaeyama Islands, Southwestern Japan. In J.R.McGoodwin (ed.) Understanding the Cultures of Fishing Communities: A Key to Fisheries Management and Food Security. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, 401. FAO(Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations),

Akimichi, Tomoya 2001 Butterflies Crossing the Border(Kokkyo wo koeru Cho). Kikan-Minzokugaku 97:96-104. (in Japanese)

【Review Articles】

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,03 Verifying the Ocean and Islands Drama:To Integrate the Information (Umi to shima no drama wo kensho suru: umi joho no togo ni mukete). Akimichi Tomoya and Yamagata Toshio (ed.) For Symbiosis of People and Ocean(Hito to Kaiyo no Kyosei wo mezashite: 150 nin no opinion IV). Ocean Policy Research Foundation (Kaiyo Seisaku Kenkyu Zaidan), Minatoku, Tokyo, pp.148-149.

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,03 Ecosystem and Economical Network (Seitaikei to Keizai Network). Onishi Fumihide (ed.) (GIS de manabu nihon no hito, shizenkei). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.42.

Akimichi Tomoya 2009,03 Meaning of creating a place to discuss for Information on Region and Environment (Chiiki to Kankyo no Joho nituiteno giron no ba wo tachiageru kotono imi: Atarashii gakuchi no sousei ni mukete). SEEDer (chiiki kankyo joho kara kangaeru chikyu no mirai) 0:20-23.

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 Introduction: Persistence and Change(Jyoron, jizoku to henka). Akimichi Tomoya (ed.) The Eco-history of Tropical Monsoon Asia: Linking the region with the Earth(Ronshuu Monsun ajia no seitaishi, chiiki to chikyu wo tsunagu) 3 The Eco-history of Livelihood and Human Body(Kurashi to karada no seitaishi). Kobundo, Chiyodaku, Tokyo, pp.1-8. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya and Ichikawa Masahiro 2008,03 Witnessing Forest in Southeast Asia: A Report from Asian Tropical and Monsoon Forests (tonan ajia no mori ni naniga okotteiruka). Akimichi Tomoya and Ichikawa Masahiro (ed.) Witnessing Forest in Southeast Asia: A Report from Asian Tropical and Monsoon Forests. Jinbun Shoin, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, pp.7-20. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2008,03 Introduction Fish and People in the Mekong River Basin. Akimichi Tomoya and Kurokura Hisashi (ed.) Fish and People: Living with the Great Mekong River(Hito to uo no shizenshi, hahanaru mekon kawa ni ikiru). Sekaishisosha, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.1-8. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2007 Anthropology of the Ocean and Japanese Rethinking Gods (Umi to nihonjin no jinruigaku). Forest and Human's Transactions(kamigami to mori to hito no itonami wo kangaeru). Yoyoginomori 80 Forum, pp.15-25. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 2007 Traditional Navigation in Micronesia(mikuroneshia no dentoteki kokai jyutu. National Museum of Ethnology (ed.) Oceania: Dispersal of Human uin to the Ocean World(oseania, umi to jinrui daiido). Showado, Sakyoku, Kyoto, pp.20-24. (in Japanese)

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Akimichi Tomoya Forest and Culture in Asia. International Symposium Shrine Forest(Mori) Culture in East Asia and Sustainable Conservation, 2011.12.23, Council of Agriculture Executive Yuan Forestry Bureau, International Conference Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.

Akimichi Tomoya Fish Conservation and Protected Areas as Effective Means for the Goal of Sustainable Ocean Initiatives in Asia and the Pacific. The 2nd East Asian Anthropology and Ethnology Forum, 2011.11.09-2011.11.10, RIHN.

Akimichi Tomoya 'Panelist' on “Linking Local and global Commons: Shared Weath and Responsibility” . International Symposium "The Earth Hall of Fame KYOTO", 2010.02.14, Kyoto International Hall, Kyoto City.

Akimichi Tomoya 'Summary for the General Discussion'. International Symposium "The Earth Forum KYOTO", 2010.02.13.

Akimichi Tomoya 'General Introduction and panelist' . 7th RIHN Area Seminar "Considering the Weath: The Fturability of SATOYAMA", 2010.02.06, Ishikawa Ongakudo, kanazawa, Ishikawa.

Akimichi Tomoya "The Wealth of the Sea reviewing from Area and the Earth: for Integrating Marine Resource Use". Symposium , 2009.11.28, Tower 111, Toyama City.

Akimichi Tomoya 'commentator'. The 3rd Study Meeting on "Maritime Issues in Asia", GRIPS Global COE, 2009.07.24, Toyo University, Tokyo..

Akimichi Tomoya "Themes and Overview of the Eco-Historical Study". Cultural and Environmental High-level Forum of China(Kokyu Gakujutsu Rondan), 2009.03.30, Sanxia University.

Akimichi Tomoya "Water as a Super-Medium to Link Nature with Culture". 'Culture, History and Sustainability' session at the 5th World Water Forum, 2009.03.18, Citizens House of Water, Istanbul, Turkey. organized by UNESCO-IHP

Akimichi Tomoya Objectives of the Workshop . International Workshop 'Regional Public Sphere and Environment in Slavic Eurasia and Japan', 2009.02.28-2009.03.01, Lecture Hall, Research Insitute for Humanity and Nature.

Akimichi Tomoya "Possibility of Commons of ecology (Eko komonzu no Kanousei: jizoku to hokai no hazama)". Global COE Program 'In Search of Sustainable Humanosphre in Asia and Africa' Society, 2009.02.16, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya Objectives "Water and Civilization" and Chair for Panel Discussion "Water and Civilization of the 21st century". Water and People Symposium 'Water and Civilization', 2009.02.11, Hitotsubashi Memorial Hall, Center for National University Finance anc Management, Chiyodaku, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya Humanity, Development and Cultural Diversity. Expatiate on the Cultural Background of Environmental Issues: Theory and Practice of Ecological Qnthropology on Contemporary Age. The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences(IUAES2009), 2009.01.27-2009.01.31, Kunming, China.

Akimichi Tomoya "Message from Dust and sandstorm (Tabi suru Kosa karano messseji)". Asahi Universities partners symposium 'Dust and Sandstorm, Trip of Transition (Kosa, Henka no tabi: Noto wa taiki kansoku no saizensen)', 2008.11.24, Ishikawa Prefectural Center for Women, Kanazawa.

Akimichi Tomoya "Utilization of Jewel Coral in China and Tibet (Chugoku, chibeto ni okeru hoseki sango no riyou)". 'Ethnography of Jewel Coral,' The Society of Biosophia Studies (Hoseki sango no bunkashi, Ikimono bunkashi gakkai), 2008.11.22, Kochi University. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya Objectives "From Jomon to Heisei Era" (Jomon kara Heisei made) and Chiar of Panel Discussion. (Chokaizan kara kangaeru Chiiki to Kurashi), 2008.11.15, Yurari, Choaki Shizen Bunkakan, Yamagata Prefecture. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "Governance of Coastal Marine Resources and Common Property (Engan iki no suisan shigen kanri to koukyouzai)". (wagakuni ni okuru sougouteki na suisan shigen,gyogyo no kanri hosaku no arikata), 2008.10.20, Conference Room, Queen's Forum, Yokohama minato mirai 21. (in Japanese) Organized by Fisheries Research Agency, Nataional Reserach Institute of Fisheries Science

Akimichi Tomoya "Whaling Eco-politics (Hogei ronso: shachi mo kujira)". 'Whaling Eco-Politics: A New Horizon of Human Interaction with Wildlife in the 21st century' The 27th RIHN Public Seminar, 2008.09.19, Heartpia Kyoto.

Akimichi Tomoya "Linkage of People and Water(Hito to mizu no tsunagari wo kangaeru)" and panel discussion (Saijo no oishii chikasui wo mamoru niha). Water and People Symposium (Mizu no tusnagari wo kangaeru: Furusato Saijo no oishii mizu wo mirai e), 2008.09.15, Small Hall, Saijo-city sogobunkakaikan, Ehime. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "Objectives of the Stugy". Ecological History of Southern Asia (Tonan ajia no seitaishi kenkyukai), 2008.07.04, Lecture Hall, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya Chiar, Panel Discussion "Global Environmental Problem and Japan"(Chikyu Kankyo Mondai to Nihon). Symposium (Sansensomoku no shiso: Chikyu kankyo mondai wo nihon bunka kara kangaeru), 2008.06.21, Silk Hall(Kyoto Sangyo Kaikan), Kyoto. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "Coral Reef and Fishery (Sangosho to Suisan)". JICA Training Course 'Conservation of Coral Reef Ecosystem(Sangosho seitaikei no hozen kanri)', 2008.06.11, JICA Okinawa International Center. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "Depopulation and Wild Life(Kaso gensho to Yasei no Ikimono)". Dai 12 kai gakusei sozo kenkyu seminar, Oita University, 2008.06.02, Seminar Room, Venture Business Laboratory, Oita University. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya Keynote Speech "The Importance of Ordinary Creature(Tada no ikimono no taisetsu sa)". Dai 16 kai Kankyo jichitai kaigi, Yuza kaigi, zentaikai, 2008.05.28, Chuo Kominkan, Yuza, Yamagata. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya Keynote Speech "Eco-history and changing Life in Tropical Asia". The Asia-Pacific chapter of The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, 'Towards Sustainable Land-use in Tropical Asia' , 2008.04.23-2008.04.26, Hilton Kuching, Malaysia.

Akimich, Tomoya Conserving the Sea: Message from the Local Area. Symposium on Marine Environment: Thinking Sanriku Sea(Umi wo mamoru: Chiiki karano messeji). United Nations University, Institute of Oceanography, University of Tokyo, and Iwate Prefecture(Kaiyo kankyo sinpojiumu-sanriku no umi wo kangaeru), October 2001. (in Japanese)

Akimichi, Tomoya Forest, Wildlife and Culture: Report from Local Areas(Shinrin, yaseidobutu, bunka wo kangaeru: Chiiki kara no repoto). The 279th Minpaku Seminar(Dai 279kai Minpaku Zeminaru), July 2001. (in Japanese)

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

Akimichi Tomoya "Benefit and Disaster of Ocean: Thinking How to Face the Ocean"(Keynote Lecture). Sanriku Eco-Vision Pre-Forum "Seeking the Sustainable Coexistence between Ocean and Human", 9999.04.11, Aeria Tohno Koryu Hall, Tohno, Iwate.

Akimichi Tomoya From the Living Wisdom of Ocean. Japanese Culture Research Seminar, 2011.08.25, Makami Community Center, Takatsuki, Osaka.

Akimichi Tomoya Panelist on "Satoumi: Rebuilding Fisheries and Coastal Communities". Great East Japan Earthquake Rebuilding Symposium -Exploring Integrative Approaches from Land to Sea-, 2011.08.05-2011.08.05, United Nations University Headquarters, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.

Akimichi Tomoya Thinking Sanriku Sea and Environment from Kyoto. Asnii Golden Age Academy, 2011.07.01, Kyoto Asnii, Kyoto.

Akimichi Tomoya Whaling Cultures in the World: Rethinking Human’s Relations with Whales. International Symposium: Past, Present and Future of the Whaling Cultures of the World, 2011.03.11-2011.03.13, National Museum of Ethnology.

Akimichi Tomoya Living Organisms in Satoyama and Human’s Mind. The 9th Public Lecture Forum for the Minds, 2011.01.29, Inamori Memorial Hall, Kyoto University.

Akimichi Tomoya Exploring the Linkage between the Earth and the Area. Lecture for the Science Partnership Project, 2011.01.22, Muroran Kaisei high School, Murorann City, Hokkaido.

Akimichi Tomoya The Question of Human Food from Integrative Perspective: What have Human consumed?. Panelist. The 22th KOSMOS Forum, 2011.01.16, Bellesalle Kudan, Tokyo.

Akimichi Tomoya Chairperson for the Concluding Discussion. The 3rd International Conference on Forest Related Traditional Knowledge and Culture in Asia: Satoyama and Diversities, 2010.12.14-2010.12.15, Siinoki Cultural Complex, Kanazawa, Ishikawa.

Akimichi Tomoya Coastal Resource management and Governance on Coral Reef Ecosystem. The 2nd International Seminar on Islands and Oceans, 2010.11.29-2010.11.30, The Nippon Foundation Building (Akasaka), Tokyo. Organized by Ocean Policy research Foundation (OPRF), Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCDORS, University of Wellington), and pacific Islands, Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC)

Akimichi Tomoya For the Future of Lake Biwa. Commentator. Public Symposium For the Future of Lake Biwa- Fish, Fishery and Food Culture, 2010.11.27, Lake Biwa Miseum, Shiga.

Akimichi Tomoya We are the Maritime People- For the New Maritime People and maritime Nation!. Inauguration Forum on the NPO Japan as a Maritime Nation, 2010.11.16, Japan Press Center, Hibiya, Tokyo.

Akimichi Tomoya Japanese Food Culture and Environmental Problems with reference to whale meat and whaling. , 2010.08.07, Kyoto City.

Yumoto Takakazu, Akimichi Tomoya Sanya-KaKai:Cultural Services in Satoyama, Satochi and Satoumi and the History of the Commons. Symposium: Values and Management of Satoyama, Satochi and Satoumi: For the Development of a New Commons, 2010.07.09, Conference Hall of UNU Elizabeth Rose Hall, Yokohama.

Akimichi Tomoya "Rethinking WhaleTombs and Sanction" (Keynote Lecture). The 1st International Symposium Human History from the Views of Maritime People and Maritime World. Institute for International Culture and Ordinary People, 2010.03.27, Kanagawa University, Yokohama City. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "Watershed from the Views of Agriculture and Fishery: Wealth of Ground Water and Diversity". 18th Study Meeting of Rivers and Nature (Shizen kyosei kasen kenkyukai), 2010.03.09, Midland Hall, Nagoya City.

Akimichi Tomoya "Whale and Japanese". 262th Omron Culture Forum, 2010.02.20, Science Hall, Kyoto Research Park, Kyoto City. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "An Insights into the Japanese View of Nature: An Appeal from Kyoto", Presentation and Panelist. The Earth Forum KYOTO international Symposium "Linking Local and Global Commons: Shared Wealth and Responsibility", 2010.02.14, Kyoto International Hall, Kyoto City.

Akimichi Tomoya Coordinator on Summary Session . The Earth Forum KYOTO, 2010.02.13, Internatrional Conference Hall, Kyoto City.

Akimichi Tomoya General Introduction and panelist. Considering the Weath: The Futurability of SATOYAMA. 7th Coordinating Seminar of RIHN, 2010.02.06, Japanese traditional Music Hall of Ishikawa Prefectural Music hall, Kanazawa City.

Akimchi Tomoya "Global Environmental Study and the Commons: On the Distribution of Common-Pooled Resources in Freshwater Zone". (Komonz kenkyu no shintenkai- seika to tenbo), 2009.12.12, Campus Plaza, Kyoto.

Akimichi Tomoya "Rice, Water Bodies and Fish:A Diversity of Agro-fisheries in Lowland Indo-China". International Symposium on 'Wild Rice 2009', 2009.11.23-2009.11.24, Sofitel Centra Grand Bangkok Hotel,Bangkok, Thailand.

Akimichi Tomoya 'Chairperson in the Discussion'. RIHN’s Tokyo Seminar "People, Water and the Earth: the Proposalforthe Future", 2009.10.09, Kazan Kaikan, Tokyo. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya 'Chairperson in the session 3 :Future ecologies: Water, environmental change and cultural adaptation'. International Symposium "Water, Cultural Diversity and global environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Future?", 2009.10.01-2009.10.03, RIHN, Kyoto City. Organzed by UNESCO-IHP, RIHN and UNU-IAS Traditional Knowledge Initiative

Akimichi Tomoya "Mangrove in Southern Thailand 1970-2006 (Thai nanbu no mangrove wo megutte 1970-2006)". 'Mangrove' The second meeting on Resource Programme, 2009.07.23, lecure Hall, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya "Ownerships of Marine Biological Resources". The symposium 'Jewelry Coral and the Washington Convention', 2009.07.18, Kochi University, Kochi City.

Akimichi Tomoya 'Coordinator'. "The 18th KOSMOS Forum: Is the Ocean World Unlimited for Human Being? A New Environmental View in the 21st Century", 2009.07.04, Velusale Kudan, Tokyo.

Akimichi Tomoya "Governance of Marine Resource Use in Global Era" (Keynote Lecture). International Symposium 'Maritime Culture and Globalization', 2009.05.29-2009.05.31, The Ocean Resort, Yeosu, Korea.

Akimichi Tomoya "Water and Life in Kyoto" presentation and panelist. 'RIHN and ICJS Joint Symposium' Culture and Environment in Kyoto: Water and Life, 2009.05.09, ICJS Hall, Kyoto City. (in Japanese)

Akimichi Tomoya “Shifting common property regimes in seasonal and eco-historical" and Coordination. IHDP Open Meeting 2009: The 7th International Science Conference of the Human Dimension of Global Environment Change, 2009.04.27-2009.05.02, Bonn, Germany.