Publications

 

1) Books

(in press) Habu, J., John W. Olsen and Peter V. Lape (eds.). Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology. Springer, New York (to be published in 2017). Link

2016  Habu, J., Y. Ito and K. Adachi. The Goshizawa Matsumori No. 4 Site: Excavation Report of Field Seasons Summer 2008, 2009, and 2010. 76pp.  Small-Scale Economies Project, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto (in Japanese with English Astract). PDF

2008  Habu, J., C. Fawcett and J. M. Matsunaga (eds.). Evaluating Multiple Narratives: Beyond Nationalist, Colonialist, Imperialist Archaeologies. 217pp.  Springer, New York. Link | PDF – ch. 01 | PDF – ch. 07

2004  Habu, J.  Ancient Jomon of Japan.  332pp.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Link | PDF – chs. 01 & 07

2003  Habu, Junko, James M. Savelle, Shuzo Koyama and Hitomi Hongo (eds.). Hunter-Gatherers of the North Pacific Rim.  277pp. Senri Ethnological Studies, No. 63, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan. Link |PDF – ch. 11

2002  Fitzhugh, B. and J. Habu (eds.). Beyond Foraging and Collecting: Evolutionary Change in Hunter-Gatherer Settlement Systems.  442pp.  Kluwer Academic/Plenum, New York. Link | PDF – Intro | PDF – ch. 03

2001  Habu, J. Subsistence-Settlement Systems and Intersite Variability in the Moroiso Phase of the Early Jomon Period of Japan.  207pp.  International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor. Link

1989  Habu, J. (ed.). Excavation Report of the Archaeological Committee of the University of Tokyo, No.1: Report of the No.7 Science Building Area Excavation at the Hongo Campus of the University of Tokyo [Tokyo Daigaku Iseki Chosashitsu Hakkutsu Chosa Hokokusho 1: Tokyo Daigaku Hongo Konai no Iseki, Rigakubu 7-go-kan Chiten].  542pp. + 102 pls.  Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo (in Japanese with English Abstract). Link

2) Journal Articles, Book Chapters and Book Reviews

(in press)  Matsumoto, N. J. Habu and A. Matsui, Subsistence, sedentism, and social complexity among Jomon hunter-gatherers of the Japanese Archipelago. In Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology, edited by J. Habu, J. W. Olsen and P. V. Lape. Springer, New York (to be published in 2017).

(in press)  Habu, J. and K. Okamura. Japanese archaeology today: new developments, structural undermining and prospects for disaster archaeology. In Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology, edited by J. Habu, J. W. Olsen and P. V. Lape. Springer, New York (to be published in 2017).

2017 Adachi, K., S. Oki, Y. Mori and J. Habu.  Insect larvae impressions on pottery excavated from Middle and Late Jomon sites in Aomori Prefecture, Japan [Aomori-kennai iseki shutsudo no Jomon jidai Chuki Koyo – Koki Shoto no doki kara erareta yochu akkon ni tsuite]. Anthropological Science [Japanese Series] 125: 65-73 (in Japanese with English summary).  PDF

2017  Matsubayashi, J., Y. Saitoh, Y. Osaka, Y. Uehara, J. Habu, T. Sasaki and I Tayasu. Incremental analysis of vertebral centra can teconstruct the stable isotope chronology of teleost fishes. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2017: 1-9. Link

2017. Habu, J., M. Kanehara, S. Sugiyama, R. Matsuda, R. Shinkai and N. Tomii. Pollen, Parasite Egg, Phytolith and Diatom Analyses, and Radiocarbon Dating. In The Kawaratai No. 1 Site, Vol. VIII, Part 1, pp. 72-107. Aomori Archaeological Center, Aomori (in Japanese). PDF

2017 Habu, J. Jomon food diversity and environmental change. Kagaku 87(2): 154-157 (in Japanese). Link

2016   Habu, J. Food diversity and climate change: lessons from the Early and Middle Jomon Periods, Japan. Quarterly of Archaeological Studies [Kokokogaku Kenkyu] 63(2): 38-50 (in Japanese with English Abstract). PDF with unofficial English translation

2016   Heron, C. P., J. Habu, M. K. Owens, Y. Ito, Y. Eley, A. Lucquin, A. Radini, H. Saul C. D. Spiteri, and O. E. Craig. Molecular and isotopic investigations of pottery and ‘charred remains’ from Sannai Maruyama and Sannai Maruyama No. 9, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Japanese Journal of Archaeology 4(1): 29-52. Link

2016    Crema, E. R., J. Habu, K. Kobayashi and M. Madella. Summed probability distribution of 14C dates suggests regional divergences in the population dynamics of the Jomon Period in Eastern Japan. PLOS ONE 11(4): e0154809. Link

2016   Habu, Junko, 2016. Food Diversity and the Growth and Decline of the Jomon Culture. In Ken’ichi Kobayashi (ed.) Food and Houses during the Jomon Period, 1-25pp. Doseisha, Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

2015   Shinkai, R., T. Kanno, N. Yamamoto, J. Habu, A. Matsui, D. McLaren and D. R. Croes. Excavation of a prehistoric wet site on Triquet Island in British Columbia, Canada. Quarterly of Archaeological Studies [Kokokogaku Kenkyu] 62(3): 16-20 (in Japanese). PDF

2015  Habu, J. Sedetism, mobility and human impacts on the environment: a perspective from historical ecology. Quaternary Research (Japan Association for Quaternary Research) 54: 299-310 (in Japanese with English Summary).  Link

2014 Habu, J. Post-Pleistocene transformations of hunter-gatherers in East Asia. PP507-520.  In Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Hunter-Gatherers, edited by Vicki Cummings, Peter Jordan and Marek Zvelebil. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Link | PDF

2014  Habu, J. Early Sedentism in East Asia: From Late Palaeolithic to Early Agricultural Societies in Insular East Asia. In Cambridge World Prehistory, edited by C. Renfrew and P. Bahn, pp. 724-741. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/6EC6A2199CFE3FC17BAD41A5832608CA/9781139017831c43_p724-741_CBO.pdf/early_sedentism_in_east_asia_from_late_palaeolithic_to_early_agricultural_societies_in_insular_east_asia.pdf

2013 Habu, J. and M. E. Hall. Climate change, human impacts on the landscape, and subsistence specialization: historical ecology and changes in Jomon hunter-gatherer lifeways. In The Historical Ecology of Small Scale Economies, edited by Victor D. Thompson and James Waggoner, pp. 65-78. University Press of Florida: Gainesville, FL. Link | PDF

2012 Habu, J. Graduate education at UC Berkeley: Training a new generation of scholars in the field of archaeology. Metaptyxiaka 6: 61-94 (in Japanese). PDF

2011 Habu, J., A. Matsui, N. Yamamoto and T. Kanno. Shell midden archaeology in Japan: Aquatic food acquisition and long-term change in the Jomon culture. Quaternary International 239: 19-27. PDF

2010 Habu, J. Jomon archaeology in the context of world hunter-gatherer studies: A perspective from North American archaeology [Sekai no shuryo-saishu-min kenkyu kara mita Jomon bunka: toku ni Hokubei kokogaku no shiten kara]. In Jomon Archaeology [Jomon Jidai no Kokodaku], Vol. 1, Overview [Jomon Bunka no Rinkaku], edited by Y. Kosugi, Y. Taniguchi, Y. Nishida, K. Mizunoe, and K. Yano, pp. 189-199.  Doseisha, Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

2010  Habu, J. Seafaring and the development of cultural complexity in Northeast Asia: Evidence from the Japanese Archipelago. In Global Origins and the Development of Seafaring, edited by A. Anderson, J. Barrett and K. Boyle, pp. 159-170. McDonald Institute Monograph, Cambridge. PDF

2009  Habu, J. Working with Japanese colleagues: excavation of a Jomon pit-dwelling and storage pits at Goshizawa Matsumori. The SAA (Society for American Archaeology) Archaeological Record 9(3): 18-21. PDF

2009  Habu, J. Advances in North American archaeology: 2007 [2007 nen no doko: Kita-America].  In Archaeologia Japonica: Annual Report of the Japanese Archaeological Association [Nihon Kokogaku Nenpo] 60: 88-93 (in Japanese). PDF

2009   Habu, J. Seasonal sedentism and full sedentism [Kisetsuteki teiju to tsunen teiju: minzokushi jirei no kento kara]. In Jomon Archaeology [Jomon Jidai no Kokodaku], Vol. 8, Settlement and Site Clusters as  Domestic Space [Seikatsu Kukan: Shuraku to Iseki-gun], edited by Y. Kosugi, Y. Taniguchi, Y. Nishida, K. Mizunoe, and K. Yano, pp. 25-35.  Doseisha, Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

2008  Habu, J. Settlement growth and decline in complex hunter-gatherer societies: a case study from the Jomon period Sannai Maruyama site. Antiquity 82: 571-584. PDF

2008   Habu, J. and Y. Sato.  Analyses of soil samples collected from the north wall of the 6th Excavation Area, the Sannai Maruyama site (a preliminary report) [Sannai Maruyama Iseki dai 6 ji chosa chiten hokuheki kara saishu shita dojo sample no bunseki kekka (chukan hokoku)]. Annual Bulletin of the Sannai Maruyama Site [Tokubetsu Shiseki Sannai Maruyama Iseki Nenpo] 11, pp. 24-39 (in Japanese). PDF

2008   Fawcett, C., J. Habu and J. M. Matsunaga.  Introduction: evaluating multiple narratives: beyond nationalist, colonialist, imperialist archaeologies. In Evaluating Multiple Narratives: Beyond Nationalist, Colonialist, Imperialist Archaeologies, edited by J. Habu, C. Fawcett and J. M. Matsunaga, pp. 1-11. Springer, New York. Link

2008   Habu, J. and C. Fawcett. Science or narratives? Multiple interpretations of the Sannai Maruyama site, Japan. In Evaluating Multiple Narratives: Beyond Nationalist, Colonialist, Imperialist Archaeologies, edited by J. Habu, C. Fawcett and J. M. Matsunaga, pp. 91-117. Springer, New York. Link

2007   Habu, J. Historical archaeology and prehistoric archaeology [Rekishi kokogaku to senshi kokogaku]. In Introduction to Historical Archaeology [Kinsei Kin-gendai Kokogaku Nyumon], edited by the Kimio Suzuki Seminar, pp. 264-271. Keio University Press, Tokyo (in Japanese).

2006   Habu, J. Book review: K. Mizoguchi (2002), An Archaeological History of Japan: Self and Identity from 30,000 BC to 700 AD. American Antiquity 71(4): 791-792. PDF

2006  Habu, J. and Clare Fawcett. Marxist theories and settlement studies in Japanese archaeology: direct and indirect influences of V. Gordon Childe. In The Archaeology of Bruce Trigger: Theoretical Empiricism, edited by R. F. Williamson and M. S. Bisson, pp. 80-91.  McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal.

2006  Habu, J. The archaeology of Sannai Maruyama in the context of world hunter-gatherer archeology: mechanisms of long-term change in cultural landscapes [Sekai no shuryo saishumin kenkyu kara mita Sannai Maruyama: bunka keikan no choki-teki henka to sono mekanizumu]. Annual Bulletin of the Sannai Maruyama Site [Tokubetsu Shiseki Sannai Maruyama Iseki Nenpo] 9: 48-55 (in Japanese).

2006  Habu, J. Book review: K. Suzuki (2005), What is archaeology? [Kokogaku to wa donna gakumon ka]. Quarterly of Archaeological Studies [Kokokogaku Kenkyu] 52(4): 100-101 (in Japanese).

2005  Underhill, A. P. and J. Habu. Early communities in East Asia: economic and sociopolitical organization at the local and regional level.  In Archaeology of Asia, edited by M. T. Stark, pp. 121-148.  Blackwell, Malden. Link

2005 Habu, J. Jomon cultural landscapes, clay figurines and gender archaeology [Jenda kokogaku kara mita Jomon dogu to bunka-teki keikan]. Annual Bulletin of the Sannai Maruyama Site [Tokubetsu Shiseki Sannai Maruyama Iseki Nenpo] 8: 92-96 (in Japanese).

2005 Habu, J. Settlement archaeology and its developments. Kokogaku Janaru [Journal of Archaeology] 529: 21-25 (in Japanese).

2005 Habu, J. Long-term changes and regional variability in the Jomon culture. In Hunter-Gatherer Cultures of Japan, edited by K. Ikeya, pp. 45-72. Sekai Shiso Sha, Tokyo (in Japanese).

2005  Habu, J. Hunter-gatherers in California and the Northwest Coast of North America [Hokubei Hokusei-kaigan to California no shuryo-saishumin]. In The Archaeological Study of Hunting-Gathering Societies [Shokuryo Kakutoku Shakai no Kokogaku], edited by H. Sato, pp. 222-237. Asakura Shoten, Tokyo (in Japanese).

2004 Savelle, J. M. and Habu, J. A processual investigation of a Thule whale bone house, Somerset Island, Arctic Canada. Arctic Anthropology, 41(2): 204-221 (publication that has a significant overlap with Habu & Savelle 1994 in Quaternary Research).

2004  Habu, J. Long-term change and regional variability in hunter-gatherer cultures [Shuryo-saishu-min bunka no choki-teki henka to chiikisei]. In Dialogues that Transcend Time and Space: Archaeology at Keio University: Essays in Honor of the Retirement of Professors Chikamori, Ogawa and Suzuki, edited by the Department of Ethnology and Archaeology, Keio University, pp. 11-16. Rokuichi Shobo, Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

2003  Habu, J. Comments on W. C. Prentiss and J. C. Chatters: Cultural diversification and decimation in the prehistoric record. Current Anthropology 44(1): 49.

2003  Habu, J., J. M. Savelle, S. Koyama and H. Hongo. Introduction: Complex hunter-gatherer studies in Japan and the North Pacific Rim. In Hunter-Gatherers of  the North Pacific Rim, edited by J. Habu, J. M. Savelle, S. Koyama and H. Hongo, pp. 1-9. Senri Ethnological Studies, No. 63, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.

2003  Habu, J., M. Hall and Y. Ogasawara. Pottery production and circulation at the Sannai Maruyama site, northern Japan: Chemical evidence from Early and Middle Jomon pottery. In Hunter-Gatherers of  the North Pacific Rim, edited by J. Habu, J. M. Savelle, S. Koyama and H. Hongo, pp. 199-220. Senri Ethnological Studies, No. 63, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan. PDF

2003  Chisholm, B. S. and J. Habu. Stable isotope analysis of prehistoric human bone from the Furuyashiki site, Kamikita Town, Aomori, Japan. In Hunter-Gatherers of  the North Pacific Rim, edited by J. Habu, J. M. Savelle, S. Koyama and H. Hongo, pp. 221-233. Senri Ethnological Studies, No. 63, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.

2002  Sato, Y., J. Habu and A. Hosoya. Comparative studies of early agricultural societies [Sekai no Genshi Noko]. In New Perspectives on  Jomon Plant Cultivation [Jomon Noko o Torae Naosu], edited by Y. Sato, pp. 107-128. Science of Humanity Bensei, No. 41. Bensei Shuppan, Tokyo (in Japanese).

2002  Habu, J. A life-history of the Sannai Maruyama site: changes in site function, residential mobility and cultural landscape [Sannai Maruyama iseki no life-history: iseki no kino, teijudo, bunka keikan no hensen]. In New Perspectives on the Study of Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Cultures [Senshi Shuryo-Saishu Bunka Kenkyu no Atarashii Shiya], edited by S. Sasaki, pp. 161-183. Senri Ethnological Report 33. National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan (in Japanese). PDF

2002  Habu, J. and B. Fitzhugh. Introduction: Beyond foraging and collecting:  Evolutionary change in hunter-gatherer settlement systems. In Beyond Foraging and Collecting: Evolutionary Change in Hunter-Gatherer Settlement Systems, pp. 1-11. Kluwer Academic/Plenum, New York. LinkPDF

2002  Habu, J. Jomon collectors and foragers: long-term changes in settlement systems among prehistoric hunter-gatherers in Japan. In Beyond Foraging and Collecting: Evolutionary Change in Hunter-Gatherer Settlement Systems, pp. 53-72. Kluwer Academic/Plenum, New York. Link | PDF

2002  Habu, J. Book review: M. J. Hudson (1999), Ruins of Identity: Ethnogenesis in the Japanese Islands. Journal of East Asian Archaeology 3(3-4): 255-258.

2001  Habu, J., M. Kim, M. Katayama and H. Komiya. Jomon subsistence-settlement systems at the Sannai Maruyama site. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 21: 9-21. PDF

2001  Habu, J. and M. E. Hall. Jomon pottery production at Honmura-cho and Isarago sites: Insights from geochemistry. Anthropological Science 109(2): 141-166. PDF

2000  Habu, J. Comments on O. Soffer, J. M. Adovasio and D. C. Hyland: The “venus” figurines: textiles, basketry, gender, and status in the Upper Paleolithic. Current Anthropology 41(4): 525-526.

2000  Habu, J. and M. E. Hall. Recent discoveries in New World archaeology [Kaigai no doko: Nanboku America tairiku]. In Archaeology Chronicle 2000 [Kokogaku Chronicle 2000], edited by N. Kaai, pp. 224-227. Asahi Shinbun-sha, Tokyo (in Japanese).

2000  Habu, J. Residential mobility of the Jomon people [Jomon-jin no teiju-do]. Cultura Antiqua [Kodai Bunka] 52(2): 29-38, 52(4): 18-29 (in Japanese with English abstract). PDF – pt. 01 | PDF – pt. 02

1999  Habu, J. and C. Fawcett. Jomon archaeology and the representation of Japanese origins. Antiquity 73: 587-593. PDF

1999  Habu, J. and M. E. Hall. Jomon pottery production in central Japan. Asian Perspectives 38(1): 90-110.

1999  Habu, J. Book review: K. Imamura (1996), Prehistoric Japan. Anthropological Science 107(2): 195-198. PDF

1998  Habu, J. and T. Inomata. Advances in New World archaeology: 1996 [1996 nen no doko: America]. In Archaeologia Japonica: Annual Report of the Japanese Archaeological Association [Nihon Kokogaku Nenpo] 49: 86-90 (in Japanese).

1996  Habu, J. Jomon sedentism and intersite variability: collectors of the Early Jomon Moroiso Phase in Japan.  Arctic Anthropology 33(2): 38-49. PDF

1996  Koyama, S., Y. Okada and J. Habu. International studies of the Jomon Period [Joumon ga Jomon ni naru hi: Nihon Kokogaku no kokusaika].  In Discussion on the Jomon Period: The World of the Sannai Maruyama [Jomon Teidan: Sannai Maruyama no Sekai], edited by Y. Okada and S. Koyama, pp. 165-180.  Yamakawa Shuppan, Tokyo (in Japanese).

1995  Ninomiya, S., J. Habu and K. Ohashi. Trace element analysis and provenience studies of porcelain sherds excavated from archaeological sites [Biryo seibun genso sonzairyo ni yoru shohichi iseki shutudo jikihen no seisanchi suitei]. In New Analytical Approaches in Archaeology (the Second Edition) [Atarashii Kenkyuho wa Kokogaku ni Nani o Motarashita ka (Kaitei-ban)], edited by M. Tanaka and M. Sahara, pp. 286-305.  Kubapro, Tokyo (in Japanese).

1994  Habu, J. Ethnographic studies of hunter-gatherer subsistence-settlement systems, with special reference to various ecological models [Shuryo-saishumin no seigyo-shuraku to minzoku-shi: seitaigaku-teki approach ni motozuita minzokushi model o chushin to shite]. Quarterly of Archaeological Studies [Kokogaku Kenkyu] 41(1): 73-93 (in Japanese with English Abstract).

1994  Habu, J. and J. M. Savelle. Construction, use and abandonment of a Thule whale bone house, Somerset Island, Arctic Canada. Quaternary Research (Japan Association for Quaternary Research) 33(1): 1-18. PDF

1993  Habu, J. Settlement size and residential mobility [Shuraku no okisa to kyoju keitai].  Archaeology Quarterly [Kikan Kokogaku] 44: 37-41 (in Japanese).

1993  Habu, J. Ethnographic analogy in the study of the Jomon culture [Jomon bunka no kenkyu ni minzokushi wa dou yakudatsu ka]. In New Perspectives in Japanese History [Shin-shiten Nihon no Rekishi], Vol. 1, pp. 140-147, edited by K. Suzuki and H. Ishikawa.  Shin Jinbutsu Orai Sha, Tokyo (in Japanese).

1991  Ninomiya, S., J. Habu, K. Ohashi, M. Warashina, M. Aboshi, M. Osawa and S. Nagasako. Provenance studies of porcelain sherds excavated from Early Edo period sites in Japan [Hoshaka bunseki ni yoru shohichi iseki shutsudo jikihen no seisanchi suitei: Edo jidai Zenki no shiryo o mochiite]. Trade Ceramic Studies [Boeki Toji Kenkyu] 11: 201-234 (in Japanese with English Abstract).

1990  Habu, J. Settlement size and population during the Jomon period [Jomonjin no shuraku no okisa to jinko wa dono teido ka].  In Controversies in Japanese History, Vol. 1: The Prehistoric Period [Soten Nihon no Rekishi, 1: Genshi hen], edited by K. Suzuki, pp. 154-168. Shin Jinbutsu Orai Sha, Tokyo (in Japanese).

1990  Habu, J. Jomon settlement archaeology and the study of hunter-gatherer settlement-subsistence systems [Jomon jidai no shuraku kenkyu to shuryo-saishumin kenkyu to no setten]. Material Culture [Busshitsu Bunka] 53: 1-14 (in Japanese). PDF

1990  Fawcett, C. and J. Habu. Education and archaeology in Japan. In The Excluded Past: Archaeology in Education, edited by P. Stone and R. Mackenzie, pp. 217-230. Unwin Hyman, London. PDF

1989  Habu, J. Site size and total numbers of pit dwellings in Early Jomon Moroiso phase sites [Jukyoshi su kara mita iseki no kibo: Jomon jidai zenki Moroiso shiki ki no shiryo o mochiite]. In The World of Archaeology [Kokogaku no Sekai], edited by the Department of Ethnology and Archaeology, Keio University, pp. 71-92. Shin Jinbutsu Orai Sha, Tokyo (in Japanese).

1989  Habu, J. Contemporary Japanese archaeology and society. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 8(1): 36-45. PDF

1988  Habu, J. Numbers of pit dwellings in Early Jomon Moroiso Stage sites. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Nippon 96(2): 147-165. PDF

1988  Habu, J. Book review: J. Deetz (1987), Invitation to Archaeology [Kokogaku e no Shoutai], translated by T. Seki. Archaeological Quarterly [Kikan Kokogaku] 24: 101 (in Japanese).

1987  Habu, J. Regional differences in Moroiso-b style pottery [Bishi teki ni mita doki keishiki no chiikisei: Moroiso-b shiki doki]. Archaeological Quarterly [Kikan Kokogaku] 21: 40-44 (in Japanese). PDF

1986  Habu, J. Reconstructing site relationships in prehistoric Japan, with special reference to the stylistic analysis of Jomon pottery [Jomon doki no ruijido: doki no zokusei bunseki ni motozuku iseki-kan no kankei fukugen e no aratana kokoromi].  Shigaku 55(2,3): 1-30 (in Japanese). PDF

1986  Suzuki, K., J. Habu, and S. Nakai et al. Excavation Report of the Cemetery of Feudal Lords of the Makino Family, Nagaoka Clan, in Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo [Minato-ku Mita Saikaiji Nagaoka Hanshu Makino ke Bosho Hakkutsu Chosa Hokokusho]. 326 pp. + 75 pls. Board of Education of Minato Ward [Minato-ku Kyoiku Iinkai], Tokyo (in Japanese).

1984  Habu, J. Stylistic variation studies in Jomon pottery [Jomon doki ni okeru mon’yo, keitai no ruiji to soi]. Shinano 36(10): 49-61 (in Japanese). PDF

1984  Takayama, M. and J. Habu. Artifacts excavated from 2-11-20 Moto-Azabu [Moto-Azabu 2 chome 11 ban 20 go shikichi nai saishu no ibutsu]. Bulletin of the Minato Kyodo Museum [Minato Kyodo Shiryo-kanpo] 1: 24-26 (in Japanese).

1984 Habu, J. and S. Baba. Stemmed scrapers and flake scrapers [Sekihi, futeikei sekki]. In Report of the 7th Excavation of the Kunenbashi Site [Iwate-ken Kitakami-shi Kunenbashi Iseki Dai 7 ji Hakkutsu Chosa Hokokusho], edited by H. Fujimura, pp. 25-26.  Board of Education of Kitakami City [Kitakami-shi Kyoiku Iinkai], Iwate, Japan (in Japanese).

1983  Habu, J. Early Jomon pottery from the Inarimaru-kita site [Inarimaru-kita iseki shutsudo no Jomon jidai zenki doki ni tsuite]. In The Inarimaru-kita Site [Inarimaru-kita Iseki], edited by the Excavation Team of the Inarimaru-kita Site [Inarimaru-kita Iseki Chosadan], pp. 164-169. New Science Sha, Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

1981  Habu, J. Pottery from the second half of the Early Jomon Period  [Zenki kohan no doki-gun]. In The Isarago Shell-midden Site [Isarago Kaizuka Iseki], edited by the Excavation Team of the Isarago Site [Isarago Iseki Chosakai], pp. 50-58. Board of Education of Minato Ward [Minato-ku Kyoiku Iinkai], Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

1980 Habu, J. and A. Habu. Arrowheads [Sekizoku]. In Report of the 6th Excavation of the Kunenbashi Site [Iwate-ken Kitakami-shi Kunenbashi Iseki Dai 6 ji Hakkutsu Chosa Hokokusho], edited by H. Fujimura, pp. 42-44. Board of Education of Kitakami City [Kitakami-shi Kyoiku Iinkai], Iwate, Japan (in Japanese).

1979 Hamano K. and J. Habu. Arrowheads [Sekizoku].  In Report of the 5th Excavation of the Kunenbashi Site [Iwate-ken Kitakami-shi Kunenbashi Iseki Dai 5 ji Hakkutsu Chosa Hokokusho], edited by H. Fujimura, pp. 32-34.  Board of Education of Kitakami City [Kitakami-shi Kyoiku Iinkai], Iwate, Japan (in Japanese). PDF