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FURIHATA Junko

 
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NameFURIHATA Junko
AffiliationKyoto National Museum
SectionCuratorial Division
Job titleChair, Department of Conservation Science
DegreeMaster (Science), Docter(Philosophy)

Research Interests

 
pigment , isotope , glaze , ceramics , glass , conservation science

Research Areas

 
  • Cultural assets study and museology / Cultural assets study and museology / 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
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Today
Chair, Department of Conservation Science, Curatorial Division, Kyoto National Museum
 
Apr 2008
 - 
Mar 2017
Senior Researcher, Conservation Science, Nara National Rsearch Institute for Cultural Properties
 
Apr 2006
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Mar 2008
researcher, Conservation Science, Nara National Rsearch Instutite for Cultural Properties
 
Apr 2003
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Mar 2006
scientific technical officer, Conservation Science, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties
 
Sep 2000
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Aug 2001
Scientific Intern, Museam Research Laboratory, The Getty Conservation Institute
 

Education

 
Apr 1996
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Mar 1999
Graduate School, Division of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
 
Apr 1994
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Mar 1996
Physics, Graduate school, Faculty of Science, Nara Women's University
 

Published Papers

 
Scientific Properties of a lead Glass Crucible from the late 7th to early 8th century Capital site at Fujiwara
FURIHATA Junko
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   2016 36-37   Jun 2016
Investigation of Edo Bronze Mirrors wiht Handle owned by Sanbutsuji Temple,Tottori
FURIHATA Junko
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   2016 16-17   Jun 2016
Nara poly chrome technology and chemical research
FURIHATA Junko
Huaxua Archaeology Huaxia Kaogu   4(2015) 135-140   Dec 2015
Research on the Glass Vessel excavated from the stone stupa of the Omiashi Shrine
Junko Furihata
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   2015 42-43   Jun 2015
In Pursuit of Evidence for local Production of Bohai Tricolored Earthenware: Chemical Analyses pf Lead Glaze Ceramics Excavated from Kraskino and Gorbatoka in the Russian Maritime Province
Junko Furihata, Akiko Nakamura, Shinya Shoda, Evgeniya Gelman, Tsutomu Saito, Yoshidaka Kojima
Asian Archaeology   (3) 145-165   Jun 2015   [Refereed]
Chemical Features of the porcelain unearthed from the Baihe, Huangye and Qingliangsi Kiln sites in Henan
Junko Furihata
Huaxua Archaeology Huaxia Kaogu   3(2014) 128-135   Sep 2014
Possible Japanese Production of Glass in the Medieval Period; Revealed by Analysis of Glass Objects from the hakata site
Junko Furihata, Yoichiro Hisa, Tsutomu Saito
Archaeology and Natural Science   66 25-44   Jun 2014   [Refereed]
Scientific research of the lead-glaze ceramics excavated from the 7th-8th century capital city at NARA
FURIHATA Junko
『The 15th International Conference on the Tatal Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Analysis and Related Methods(TXRF2013) and The 49th Annual Conference on X-ray Chemical Analysis』Book of Abstracts   180-181   Sep 2013
A particle size measurement for the soil-section samples from the Takamatsu tumulus
FURIHATA Junko,AOKI Takashi ,HIROSE Satoru
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties 2012   48-49   Jun 2012
Scientific study of Lead-glaze Earthenware from the 7th -8th Century Capital Site at Asuka-Fujiwara
FURIHATA Junko・TAMADA Yoshidide・SAITO Tsutomu
Oriental Ceramics   (41) 19-34   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
Scientific research and conservation treatment for the artifacts from the Kitora tomb
FURIHATA Junko
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   66-67   Jun 2011
The scientific research and treatment for the amber beads excavated from the Kitora tomb
FURIHATA Junko, SATO Masanori
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   22-23   Jun 2010
Use of X-ray CT scans in the conservation of knives with lacquered hilts
FURIHATA Junko, OHKOCHI Takayuki
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   40-41   Jul 2009
Investigation of pigments from the inner temple at Toshodaiji
FURIHATA Junko
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   38-39   Jun 2007
Characteristic of tri-coloer earthenware from the Huangye kiln site
FURIHATA Junko, TATSUMI Junichiro
Huaxia Archaeology   2007(2) 142-152   Jun 2007
Correlation of optical reactions and visible surface damage on weathered ceramics
FURIHATA Junko
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   40-41   Jun 2006
Material analysis of dodama beads recovered from the Kofun period
FURIHATA Junko, KOEZUKA Takayashu
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   42   Jun 2005
An Ancient Egyptian cartonnage broad collar: technical examination of pigments and binding media
49(3) 177-192   Nov 2004   [Refereed]
A Study the Vietnamese Blue-and-white Sherds and the Cause of the so-called Shibori-te Pattern
YAMASAKI Kazuo, KOEZUKA Takayashu,FURIHATA Junko, MORIMOTO Asako, NAGAE Soukichi
Oriental Ceramics   (33) 89-96   Mar 2004   [Refereed]
Chemical analysis of impressed pottery sherds collected at the kiln sites from the 1st-6th centuries and 10th century in North Vietnam
YAMASAKI Kazuo,MORIMOTO Asako, KOEZUKA Takayasu, FURIHATA Junko
Archaeology and Natural Science   (45) 19-28   2003   [Refereed]
characteristic of lead-glazed earthenware from the Fujiwara and Nara Capital sites: a view from chemical analysis
FURIHATA Junko
Advances in the study of cultural properties   1385-1394   Oct 2012
Copper Vessels Recovered in the Nara Palace and Capital sites
FURIHATA Junko
Bulletin Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties   2016 208-213   Jun 2016

Misc

 
Application of micro-focus EDF to analysis of ceramics, bodies and pigments pf excavated sherds
Colloquium on East and Southeast Asia ceramics, Smithsonian Institution      1999

Books etc

 
The art and history of Izuysan Shrine in Atami
FURIHATA Junko (Part:Contributor, The conservation studies of theBronze avatar of Izusan)
Nara National Museum   Feb 2016   
Studies for the mirror possessed at Nikko-Futarasan shrine
Junko Furihata (Part:Joint Work)
NaraNational Research Institute for CUltural Properties, NIkko Futarasan shrine   Mar 2014   
Scientific Research on Historic Asian Ceramics
FURIHATA Junko, TATSUMI Junichiro (Part:Contributor, Characteristics of tri-colored earthenware from the Huangye kiln site and Heijo Capital site determined by non-destructive analysis)
Archetype publications   Dec 2009   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Provenance study for earthenware with colored lead glazes excavated in 7th -8th century, Japan
Junko Furihata
WAC-8、Kyoto 2016   1 Sep 2016   
Analysis of the 7-8th century copper vessels
FURIHATA Junko
The 38th annual meeting of the Japan Society for the Conservation of Cultural Property   25 Jun 2016   
Chemical characteristic of clay excavated from temple sites
FURIHATA Junko
The 33rd annual meeting of the Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Property   25 Jun 2016   
Commencing the domestic production of lead glazed bricks- Analytical studies of excavated ceramics from the 7-8th century [Invited]
FURIHATA Junko
Art Conservation program seminar at OIST   25 Feb 2016   
Analytical studies for ancient lead-glaze ceramics excavated in Japan [Invited]
FURIHATA Junko
IN-PACE seminar at SOAS   26 Nov 2015   
characteristic of the ancient japanese lead glazed earthenware among east asia
FURIHATA Junko
2015 International Symposium on conservation of east asian cultural heritage in Nara   27 Aug 2015   
Conservation project for the mural paintings of Takamatsuzuka tumulus in Japan [Invited]
FURIHATA Junko
2015 UNESCO expert workshop on conservation of mural paintings   3 Jun 2015   
FURIHATA Junko
The 15th International Conference on the Tatal Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Analysis and Related Methods(TXRF2013)   26 Sep 2013   
The plaster analysis of theancient Takamatsuzuka tumulus-Investigation by the X-ray fluorescence analysis-
FURIHATA Junko
Jun 2012   
The characteristic from the chemical analysis of lead-glaze ceramics excavated from the Nara Capital and the temples sites in the 8th century
FURIHATA Junko
Jun 2012   
Two radiographic techniques for the nondestructive study of glass analysis
FURIHATA Junko, KOEZUKA Takayasu, TATSUMI Junichiro
SEAA 4th worldwide conference   Jun 2008   
Technical Examination of some glass beads excavated in Japan
FURIHATA Junko, TAMURA Tomomi,KOEZUKA Takayasu
International Symposium on Conservation of Cultural Heritage in East Asia 2007   Nov 2007   
Characteristic of tri-coloer earthenware from the Huangye kiln site and the Heijo Capital site determined by non-destructive analysis
FURIHATA Junko, TATSUMI Juniticho
The Forth Forbes Symposium   Jan 2007   

Teaching Experience

 
  • Conservation of museum collections (Kobe University,Department of science)

Association Memberships

 
Association for Glass Art Studies, Japan , Japan Society of Oriental Ceramic studies , The Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Property , The Japan Society for the conservation of Cultural Property

Research Grants & Projects

 
The feature of the provenance and the firing technique, considered from a subscript of metallic elements and a lead isotope of the lead glazed earthenware
.: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2020    Investigator(s): FURIHATA Junko
Study on raw materials and regional characteristic of the lead-glazed pottery in the East Asia
(Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2016    Investigator(s): Junko Furihata
Scientific study about the production technology to investigate from the properties of the ancient glass and glaze
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2013    Investigator(s): Junko Furihata
Archaeology scientific study of the ancient glass and ceramics by the natural radiation dose and X-rays analysis
.: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2007 - Mar 2010    Investigator(s): Junko Furihata
Scientific study of excavated ceramics- optical change of physical properties in the surface and preservation processing-
.: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2004 - Mar 2007    Investigator(s): Junko Furihata
Study in conservation for archaeological objects
Project Year: 1996   
Scientific study for ceramics
Project Year: 1996   
Conservation of ancient Chinese wall paintings
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2003