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SUETA Tomoki

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Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of History and Geography
History and Geography (graduate school)
Graduated
Degree Dr. of Economics, Okayama University
Dr. of Philosophy, Showa Women's University
Academic Institutional Membership The Association of Japanese Geographys, The Human Geographical Society of Japan, The Japan Association of Economic Geographers, The Association of Historical Geographers, The Society for Systematic Regional Geography
Field of Study Economic Geography
Research, Studies History of the Japanese Whaling Industry, Formation and Development Process of a Department Store in Japan

Books Published, Translation

The Development of Hansai Whaling Industry in the Edo Period-Whaling Industry in Northwest Kyushu Waters and Masutomi's Business-

Academic Papers, Critique

Whale Fishery in Northwest Kyushu during the late Edo Period-A Case Study of the Masutomi's Business-

Whale Fishery in Northwest Kyushu during the late Edo Period-An Investigation of the Fishing and Factory Organization of the Masutomi's Business-

The Formation and Development of Whale Fishery in Northwest Kyushu in 17th and 18th Centuries

The Formation Process of Japan Department Stores-From Business Analysis of Mitsukoshi and Takashimaya-

Historical Records of Whaling Industry in Northwest Kyushu Waters in the Edo Period

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Whale Fishery in Northwest Kyushu during the late Edo Period-A Case Study of the Masutomi's Business-

Development of the whaling industry in the Goto han-Focusing on the Aokata document-

The Department of Hansai Whaling Industry in Northwest Kyushu Waters in the Edo Period

Formation Process of the Terminal Department Store in the Early Stages of Showa-Research on Hankyu Department Store and Takashimaya-

Conversion Process of the Traditional Dealer in Kimono Fabrics to the Department Store and An Entrepreneur's Role in Japan -Case study of Daimaru through Taisho to Early Stages of Showa-

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