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Musée du quai Branly Ed.: Masks - Masterpieces from the Musée du quai Branly Collections (Musée du quai Branly, Paris, 2008)
Okura Culture Foundation Ed.: The Noh (Okura Shukokan Museum of Art & Sen-oku Hakukokan, Tokyo, 2005)
Y. Miura, Y. Kanda: Nohgaku 101 Numbers Traced from Masks (Tankosha, Tokyo, 2004)
K. Yoshida: Masks in the World - Minpaku Discovery 6 (Senri Foundation, Suita, 2001)
L. Meyer: Afrique noire - Masques, Sculptures, Bijoux (Terrail, Paris, 2001)
K.F. Schaedler: Masken der Welt - Sammlerstücke aus fünf Jahrtausenden (Heyne, München, 1999)
I. Hahner-Herzog, M. Kecskési, L. Vajda: African Masks - from the Barbier-Müller Collection, Geneva (Prestel, München, 1998)
T. Fuse, M. Yamaguchi Ed.: Fuse Tomoko's Works of Folding Paper: The Mask (Origami House, Tokyo, 1997) new
A. JP. Meyer: Oceanic Art (Könemann, Köln, 1995)
K. Sonobe, S. Masuda: Kurokawa Noh Masks (Tohoku Shuppan, Tsuruoka, 1979)
S. Masuda: Design of Noh (Heibonsha, Tokyo, 1976)
Review - Front covers, brief comments for the above books.
European - Venetian masks.
African new - Masks and figures from West to Central Africa, with my intensive interest.
Oceanian - Maori mask found in New Zealand.
American - Rare masks in South America.
Asian - Mainly, Indonesian masks based on various religious backgrounds.
Japanese - Folk masks and Noh masks.
Ethnologisches Museum, Berlin, Germany - Large collection of masks throughout the world, especially from Africa & Oceania.
Museum für Indische Kunst, Berlin, Germany - Mainly, figures from India, South East Asia & Central Asia.
Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, Berlin, Germany - A few in the folklore products of Far East Asia.
The British Museum, London, United Kingdom - Sculptures from Near East, Egypt, Greek & Roman, and some ethnic arts.
Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France - Great presentations of art from Oceania, Asia, Africa & Americas.
Musée du Louvre, Paris, France - Sculptures from Near East, Egypt, Greek & Roman.
Barbier-Müller Museums, Geneva, Switzerland / Barcelona, Spain - Art from Antiquity, Africa, Asia & Oceania / Art from Americas.
Museum of Anthropology, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada - World renewed collection of Pacific Northwest America, and other worldwide regions, especially Central and South America.
National Museum of Ethnology, Suita, Japan - Extensive collection of masks throughout the world, especially from East Asia, Oceania, Americas & Japan.
National Museum of Japanese History, Sakura, Japan - Japanese masks for the public ceremonies and folk entertainment.
African Art Museum, Hokuto, Japan - Private collection of African art.
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