A peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the promotion of scholarly research on the peoples and cultures of Asia. It began in China as Folklore Studies.
A semi-annual journal dedicated to the academic study of Japanese religions.
Published from 1960 to 1970. It was revived in 1974 as the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies
Published every spring serving as the annual report of the Institute & as a short academic journal in its own right.
The official bulletin of the Inter-Religio network. It was published twice a year, in Spring and Winter, until its final issue in 2005.
During its final seven years from 1992 to 1998, the Nanzan Institute collaborated in the publication of The Japan Christian Review.
The Kenkyūshohō is a Japanese version of the English-language Bulletin, reporting on the activities and academic contributions of the Institute’s members, but featuring a different set of articles.
The Journal of the Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies publishes the proceedings of the annual meeting of the Society.
Collections in Western Languages
A collection devoted to the study of religion and culture in Asia. 11 volumes.
A series of volumes dedicated to the study of religions in Asia, old and new. 6 volumes.
A series of volumes dedicated to the encounter of philosophy and religion, East and West. 19 volumes.
Collected essays by scholars from Japan and abroad. 8 vols.
Translations of Japanese philosophical texts and commentaries. 5 volumes.
A series published in collaboration with the Seton Interreligious Research Center. 2 volumes.
A collection of monographs available for download free of charge (PDF format). 10 volumes.
Publications on topics ranging from the study of Japanese to translations of scholarly works on religion and psychology.
Collections in Japanese
Symposia are held on the average every second year, and the results published in book form.
A series of volumes dedicated to the translation of contemporary and classical works in religious studies.