Japanese Journal of Veterinary History


The address for the Japanese journal of veterinary history is: Azabu University, School of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, 1-17-71 Fuchinobe, Sagamihra 229-8501, Japan.

Contents of nr. 36 (1999):

  • S. Matsuo. [A scroll of modern anatomical figures of a male Japanese horse by Udagawa in 1816 and its related anatomical description of domestic animals] (w. 14 colour plates);
  • T. Mitsuoka. [Contribution of veterinary medicine to human medicine];
  • T. Imamichi. [Review of activities for the extension of the veterinary education term into six years];
  • K. Nakai. [A veterinarian's observation on the medieval pictorial scroll];
  • R.A. Roncalli. The history of veterinary parasitology in Japan (w. summary in English);
  • M. Haruta. [Ohgai Mori and milk];
  • I. Sakamoto. [In menory of the 115th anniversary of J.L. Janson's visit to Japan];
  • S. Matsuo and O. Katsuyama. [Recent publications];
  • [Activities of the Society].

Contents of nr. 37 (2000):

  • H. Wakuri and B. Liu. [Request for information on the late professor Shizuo Narimatsu, a key person in the modern history of academic interchange between Japanese and Chinese (Manchurian) veterinary medicine];
  • T. Imamichi. [Supplement to his article in nr. 36 on the extension of the length of the curriculum];
  • K. Nakai. [A veterinarian's observation on the medieval pictorial; scroll. 5];
  • K. Kurokawa. [The introduction of the art of farriery and its subsequent development in Japan];
  • S. Nakamura. [Outline of the study of printed books on equine medicine];
  • H. Maniwa. [A view of the death of Dutch equestrian Keijser];
  • M. Ogata. [Review of foot-and-mouth disease in the U.K.];
  • K. Ashida. [Dr. Michisaburo Nakamura, the father of the restoration of the Azabu Veterinary School];
  • T. Ogata. [On war horses, war dogs and war pigeons];
  • S. Namioka. [On the origin of the term 'veterinary'];
  • H. Fujiwara. [The relation between the cattle used in Hashino iron mine and the Nanbu-cattle];
  • Y. Kawanishi. [Horse doctors sent from Japan to the Ching in the Meiji Period].

Contents of nr. 38 (2001)

  • Matsuo, S., [Old anatomical figures of humans, horses and whales in Japan].
  • Nakamura, S., Studies on modern equine medicine books printed with engraved wood.
  • Contents of nr. 39 (2002)
  • Hama, S., [On various descriptions concerning horses in "Tokugawa Jikki"].
  • Kozasa, M., [Tombstone of Yokota Sampei's dog in 6th of Kaei (1853)].
  • Nakai, K., [A veterinarian's observation on the medieval picture scrolls].
  • Shirai, N., [On the history of Keio College of Veterinary Medicine and livestock raising].
  • Tojimbara, K., [History of epidemics and prevention of rabies in the dog in Japan].
  • Uematsu, M., [History of the military pigeon in Japan].