Abe Kobo on the WWW
- Theatre & Film
- Study & Lecture
- Mailing List
- Institutes & Fan Club
- Abe Kobo's Friends
- The Commemoration 1996
- The Miscellaneous
- Literary Hot List
- English Site
- Japanese Site
- Other Language Site
- Graphical Oriented Site
- Bibliography Summary
- Unperfect list.
- Available books in Japan
- Unperfect list and infantile descriptions.
- Manuscript of a Fragment
- 2 pieces of manuscripit of a fragment written by Abe Kobo himself. Its price is 1250 dollars!
- Inter Ice Age 4
- This is of Hippocrates Project in Medical Center of New York University.
- BAZAAR Eichbornverlag
- Introduction of The Ruined Map in Germany.
- Enomoto Takeaki
- A brief introduction of Abe's historical novel, Enomoto Takeaki by Sugiyama Sigeo, professor of Science History.
- Secret Rendevous
- A book review of Secret Rendevous in Bookcase, e-zine.
- The Kangaroo Notebook
- A book review of Kangaroo Note in Salon1999, e-zine.
- An introduction of The Magic Chalk
- The Magic Chalk is the fantastic short story by early Abe Kobo.
- On The Magic Chalk
- An impression on The Magic Chalk, by Jessica Murguia.
- The Woman in the Dunes and The Boxman
- Introductions to Japanese novels by Alex During, who is a student of Leibzig University and had been in Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
- The Boxman
- Midnight TV show, Bungaku toifu Koto (On the great Literature) introduced Abe's The Boxman on June 28 1994.
Theatre & Film
- Filmography of Abe Kobo
- An article in Internet Film Database.
- The Woman in the Dunes
- An introduction with ratings in Internet Film Database.
- The Man Who Turned into a Stick
- Two stage photos of The Man Who Turned into a Stick presented in Indiana State University.
- Review on The Man Who Turned into a Stick
- Review on The Man Who Turned into a Stick presented in Street Theatre, UK.
- Little Elephant
- Record of presentation of Abe's Little Elephant in 1978.
Study & Lecture
- German Philosophy and Abe Kobo
- Mr. Arimura Takahiro pointed out Abe Kobo's first novel, For a Signpost at the End of Road(1948) influenced by Heidegger, Nietzsche, Rilke and Kafka. Original title: Der Einfluss der deutschen Literatur und Philosophie auf die Werke des japanischen Schriftstellers - Kobo ABE.
- Fake Fish
- Introduciton of Nancy K Shields's interesting book, Fake Fish: on theatre of Abe Kobo. She was following activity of the Abe Studio, Abe Kobo's own theatre company.
- Transcending Modernism
- Third chapter of The Philosophy of Symbiosis by Kurokawa Kisho, Japanese famous architect.
- The Question of Identity Crisis in Abe Kobo
- Summary of lecture by Julie Brock at Nitifutu Kaikan (House of French-Japanese), Ebisu, Tokyo on March 13 1996.
- The Photographer in Fiction
- On Box Man.
- Abe Kobo and The Woman in the Dunes
- An impression by Kujirai Hideyuki.
- Magical Realism
- An introduction of Magical Realism refering Abe Kobo.
- Creative Masochism As An Approach To Comparative Avant-Pop
- Comparison with Tanizaki Junichiro by Tatsumi Takayuki.
- Postwar Japan through film and fiction
- Mailing List for Abe Kobo
- Mailing List promoted by Simizu Singo. Only Japanese.
Institutes & Fan Club
- Abe Kobo Archive
- Abe Kobo page in LongIreland University site.
- Boxman's Homepage
- Simizu Singo's homepage for Abe Kobo fans, featuring a guestbook titled Goikenban, to which you can freely contribute.
- The Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture
- Homepage of The Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture at Columbia University.
Abe Kobo's Friends
- Teshigawara Hirosi
- Mr. Teshigawara Hirosi, director of The Woman in the Dunes, is now grand master of Sogetu-ryu Ikebana (flower arrangements) method.
- Sama soruja
- Intorducion of Mr. Teshigawara Hirosi by office of International Film Festival Rotterdam.
- Donald Keen
- Donald Keen is an old friend of Abe Kobo and traslated most of his works.
The Commemoration 1996 at N.Y.
- Anouncement of the commemoration
- The commemoration starts
- Lectures forward the commemoration
- Anouncement of lectures by Paul Anderer and Donald Keene at Japan Society, New York, on Apr 9 and 19, 1996.
- Annual Meeting Issue of Indiana University
- Newsletter by Media Japan
- Illustrations dedicated for Dowcy, Kiriko and Abe Kobo
- Surrealistic illustrations by Yamamoto Akiyosi.
Copyright 1998 Kato Koiti
This page was created on May11 1996; Last updated March 9 1998