electronic journal of
contemporary japanese studies
Volume 22, Issue 2
With continuing solidarity for the people of Ukraine, in hopes of independent sovereignty and the rights of all people to peaceful self-determination.
—The ejcjs Team
- 3. Babiniku: what lies behind the virtual performance. Contesting gender norms through technology and Japanese theatre
- 4. ‘Can I communicate using only Japanese in Hawaii?’ Language and transnationality as seen through the online discourse on Japanese tourism in Hawaii
- 5. How Reliable and Consistent Are Kanji Frequency Databases?
- 6. Traditional folk textile dyeing in Japan: diversity, meanings, and continuity of the kōbō
- 7. Media Education: Bridging the Intersection Between Media Literacy and Citizenship Education in Japan