Place of Birth：Nishinomiya City, Hyogo
||Graduated from Doshisha University (Bachelor of Letters)
||Graduated from the Master's Degree Program of the Department of Cultural
History, The Faculty of Letters, Doshisha University Graduate School (Master
||Studied at University of Maryland Graduate School, US
||Ph.D.(History), Doshisha University, Kyoto
||Part-time lecturer, Department of Humanities, Toyama University
||Part-time Special Researcher, Institute for Research in Contemporary Political
and Economic Affairs, Waseda University
|HPI Research Associate
||HPI Assistant Professor
- Classified Hiroshima-Nagasaki: U.S. Nuclear Test and Civil Defense Program, Gaifusha, 2008, 288pp. (Winner of the 2nd Peace Study Encouragement Award
of the Peace Studies Association of Japan)
- "Hidden Reality of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" in Raising the Question: Hibakusha and Post-War Compensation, Hiroko Takahashi & Seiichiro Takemine, eds, Tokyo: Gaifusha, 2006,
- "The Fifth Lucky Dragon and U.S.Government's Responses," in Tetsuo Maeda ed., Hidden Hibakusha: Bikini hydrogen bomb without judgement, Tokyo: Gaifusha, 2005, pp.86-161.
- "Government and Citizens in the Nuclear-Age America: Medical Information
on the Atomic Bomb and Civil Defense," in Empire and Citizens: American Democracy in Agony, ed. Eisaku Kihira. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2003, pp.136-164. (co-authored).
- "One Minute after the Detonation of the Atomic Bomb: the Erased Effect of Residual Radiation", The American Review No.42, The Japanese Association for American Studies, (March 2008), pp93-204.
- "Atomic Bomb Materials Overseas," Study Report of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum No.3, (2007), pp37-52.
- "'Human Experiment' Aspects to Dropping of Atomic Bomb: the Hibakusha Data Classified for Military Purposes," Nagasaki Heiwa Kenkyu [Nagasaki Peace Studies], No.21, (April 2006), pp. 70-80.
- "Public Information Activities Related on Atomic Bombs in Japan and the United States in the Early 1950s: The 'Omnibus Atomic Bomb Exhibition' and the 'Alert America Convoy Show'," Senryoki no Koho Shanaiho [Public Information and Corporate Inhouse Publications During the Occupation Period], ed. Study Group on Public Information and Corporate Publications During the Occupation Period, Japan Society for Corporate Communication Studies, (June 2002), pp. 1-9.
- "Atomic Bomb-Related News Articles in the Asahi Shimbun Osaka Regional Headquarters Edition During the Occupation Period,"
GHQ to Koho [GHQ and Public Information], ed. Study Group on Public Information During
the Occupation Period, Japan Society for Corporate Communication Studies,
(June 2000), pp. 24-36.
- "Control of Atomic Bomb-Related News During the Occupation Period," Bunkagaku Nenpo [Annals of Cultural Studies], No. 44, (1995).
- "The China Hands Purge in the McCarthy Era," Bunkashigaku [Cultural History Studies], No.49, (1993), pp. 61-80.
- Akira Kurosawa, Nuclear Weapons and Japan-U.S. Relations, Yushisha, 2006, International Relations No.150, (Nov. 2007), Japan Association of International Relations, pp.203-206.
- Hiroshi Nakazono, Censorship Program of Japanese Newspaper, Seibundo, 2006, Hirosaki University Kokushi-kenkyu, No.122, (March 2007), pp.72-75.
- Review of Lee Jong Won, U.S.-Korea Relations and Japan in East Asia's Cold War, Amerikashi Hyoron [American History Review], No.15, (1997).
- "Civil Defense Program in 1950' and American View of Nuclear Weapon",
Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for American Studies at Rikkyo
University in Tokyo, Jun.10, 2007.
- "Human Experiment Aspect of the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb",
symposium of Peace Study Association of Japan at Nagasaki University, Nov.12,
- "The Atomic Bomb Information Control during the Japanese Occupation
Period", Symposium on "U.S. Occupation and Complicated Circumstances
of Anti-and Pro-American Feelings" at 1st Conference of Japanese Association
for American History held at Hitotsubashi University, Sep.19, 2004.
- "Public Hearings of the Institute of Pacific Relations by the McCarran
Committee," Annual Meeting of the Cultural History Studies Association,
held at Doshisha University, 1993.
・Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Hitler's Willing Executioners (Kyoto: Minerva Shobo, 2007). Translated by Hiroshi Kitamura, Hiroko Takahashi,
Hiroshi Doi, and Minoru Honda; supervised by Yukio Mochida.