SUZUKI Tsuneyuki Tokyo Woman's College, Faculty of Literature, Professor, 文理学部, 教授
NIKOM Mushigakama Ministry of Culture, Fine Arts Department, Deputy Director, 文化省・芸術局, 次長
SEKINE Shun'ichi Nara National Museum, Education & Public Relations, Curator, 学芸課・普及室, 室長 (80154649)
KIMURA Norimitsu Shosoin Repository, Curator, 保存課・整理室, 室長 (50336723)
TAKAHASHI Takahiro Kansai University Faculty of Literature, Professor, 文学部, 教授 (70188019)
OKADA Ken Tokyo National Institute of Cultural Properties, Fine Art Department, Assistant, 美術部・第一研究室, 研究員 (40194352)
OGASAWARA Sae Nihon Woman's College, Faculty of Domestic Science, Associate Professor, 家政学部, 助教授 (80257071)
ASANUMA Tsuyoshi Tokyo National Museum, Education & Public Relations Section, Assistant Curator, 学芸部・企画課普及室, 研究員 (10249914)
IMAI Atsushi Tokyo National Museum, Chinese Arts Section, Assistant Curator, 学芸部・東洋課中国美術室, 研究員 (50193644)
ITO Yoshiaki Tokyo National Museum, Ceramics Section, Assistant Curator, 学芸部・工芸課陶磁室, 研究員 (80213099)
MATSUMOTO Nobuyuki Tokyo National Museum, South and Southeast Asia Section, Assistant Curator, 学芸部・東洋課インド・南東アジア室, 研究員 (30229562)
KASHIMA Masaru Tokyo National Museum, Horyuji Treasures Section, Assistant Curator, 学芸部・法隆寺宝物室, 研究員 (80214295)
SAWADA Mutsuyo Tokyo National Museum, Horyuji Treasures Section, Assistant Curator, 学芸部・法隆寺宝物室, 研究員 (40215918)
KATO Hiroshi Tokyo National Museum, First Research Section, Curator, 資料部・資料第一研究室, 室長 (70161114)
ASAI Kazuharu Tokyo National Museum, Horyuji Treasures Section, Curator, 学芸部・法隆寺宝物室, 室長 (60132700)
OHSUMI Akiko Tokyo National Museum, Education & Public Relations Section, Curator, 学芸部・企画課普及室, 室長 (60176881)
PICH Keo プノンペン国立博物館, 館長
東野 治之 大阪大学, 教養部, 助教授 (80000496)
|Budget Amount *help
¥20,500,000 (Direct Cost : ¥20,500,000)
Fiscal Year 1993 : ¥10,500,000 (Direct Cost : ¥10,500,000)
Fiscal Year 1992 : ¥10,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥10,000,000)
Newly acquired information from 1993 researches are as follows : 1) Sculpture group found many specimens in the museums and the temples of Thailand and Indonesia. They show the original styles of the gilt bronze Buddhist statues and repusse plaques of the Horyu-ji and the Shoso-in treasures.
2) Lacquer work group continued the research on the works with basket body of Thailand. They also carried out research in Vietnam and found some examples with mother-of-pearl inlay decorations relative to those in Horyu-ji and Shoso-in treasures.
3) Textile group continued a study on multi-colored ikat weaving(matmi)which has close relationship with Kanto-gire in Horyuji and Shosoin treasures. In Jakarta they recorded a dyeing process of batik similar to ancient rokechi of the treasures.
4) Metal work group made further researches on the gold, silver and gilt bronze objects found at Wonoboyo and Wonosobo in Java, they are now in the Jakarta National Museum. Producing techniques of water pitcher, bowl, covered box and incense burner among these objects is closely related to those of Buddhist implements in the Horyuji and Shosoin treasures.
5) History of international relations group carried out a field research around Palembang in Sumatra, Indonesia where Srivijaya Kingdom was probably founded. They collected several documents about megalithic culture of pre-Hindu period and the relics of Hindu-Buddhist period.