more titles of the subject:
Japonica Humboldtiana, published since 1997 (formerly the yearbook of Mori Ôgai Memorial Hall, Berlin Humboldt University) is an international journal of Japanese studies and documents academic work on the areas of Japanese history, history of thought as well as cultural history. A special emphasis is given to philological work, including annotated translations of pre-modern materials. The journal also includes external contributions from scholars with a shared thematic orientation.
From the contents (altogether 7 contributions):
Michael Kinski, Lone Crane. Part I: Kaiho Seiryō As A Bunjin Painter Prosopographic Considerations And Work Catalogue
Stephan Köhn, Ōta Yōko’s Literary Dilemma. Who Cares About The Atomic Bomb In Times Of Peace?
Klaus Kracht & Katsumi Tateno-Kracht, Christmas In Japan – Shōwa 21–23 / A.D. 1946–48