“The Influence of German and Flemish Prints on the Works of Pieter Bruegel,” Bulletin of Tama Art School, vol. 2, pp. 17-60.
“The Tradition and Sources of the Peasant's World of Pieter Bruegel,” Bulletin of Tama Art University, Tama Art School, vol. 4, pp. 109-162.
“A Proposal for Reconsidering Bruegel: An Integrated View of the Historical and Cultural Milieu,” The World of Bruegel (exhibition catalogue), Tobu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Yomiuri Shimbun, pp. 14-40.
“The Iconography of homo bulla in Northern Art from the Katzbichler Sixteenth to the Nineteenth century,” Homo Ludens, VI, Verlag Emil Katzbichler, pp. 149-176. Download PDF
“The Wisdom of Bruegel's Proverbs as Found in Japanese Art,” Bulletin of the Language Institute of Gakushuin University, pp. 40-62.
“A Comparative Study of the Brothers Pieter Breughel the Younger and Jan Brueghel the Elder,” Masterpieces of Flanders' Golden Age (exhibition catalogue), Tokyo, Isetan Museum of Art, Yomiuri Shimbun, pp. 46-61.
Co-author with Erik Vandamme et al., Masterpieces of Flanders' Golden Age (exhibition catalogue), Tokyo, Isetan Museum of Art, Yomiuri Shimbun, 201 pp.
“Bruegel's Netherlandish Proverbs and Corresponding Images in old Japanese Art,” Acta Historiae Artium, vol. 44, Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, pp. 191-205.
“Two 'Brueghels' in the Seventeenth Century: Pieter the Younger and Jan the Elder,” Van Dyck and Seventeenth-Century Flemish Art, Nihon University College of Art, Art Institute, pp. 37-52.
Co-author with Wolfgang Mieder (editor) et al., The Netherlandish Proverbs: An International Symposium on the Pieter Brueg(h)els, “She Hangs the Blue Cloak Over Her Husband: The World of Human Follies in Proverbial Art,” The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, pp. 77-102. Download PDF
“The Appreciation of Bruegel in Japan,” Japan and Belgium: Four Centuries of Exchange, The Commissioners-General of the Belgian Government at the Universal Exposition of Aichi, pp. 386-395. Download PDF
“The Prints of Pieter Bruegel the Elder as Pictorial Sources for his Paintings,” The World of Bruegel in Black and White from the Collection of the Royal Library of Belgium (separate booklet), pp. 6-22. Download PDF
“The Iconography of Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Temperance,” ibid., pp. 28-43. The World of Bruegel in Black and White, eds. Yoko Mori and Godelieve Denhaene, Tokyo, The Bunkamura Museum of Art, Yomiuri Shimbun, (separate English booklet). Download PDF
“Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Netherlandish Proverbs and Similar Proverbs in Traditional Japanese Art,” eds. Christian Grandl et al, Bis dat, qui cito dat, Frankfurt am Main, 2015, pp. 259-275. Download PDF
“Japanese Proverbs in Traditional Art compared to Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Netherlandish Proverbs (1559),” 8th Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Proverbs, pp. 43-59.
“Is Bruegel's Sleeping Peasant an Image of Caricature?”, in: Christina Currie et al., eds, The Bruegel Success Story, Louvain, pp. 147-167. Download PDF
“Daniel Ost’s Flower Revolution : Acceptance and Transformation of Eastern and Western Art”, in: Takako Tsuchiya, comp. & ed., Floral Art of Twenty-five Years, Tokyo, pp. 250-259. Download PDF
Selected Books in Japanese (see the original titles in Japanese link)
Buryugeru Zensakuhin (The Complete Paintings of Pieter Bruegel the Elder): Chyuokoronsha, Tokyo, 1988.
Buryugeru no Kodomo no yugi: Asobi no zuzogaku (Bruegel's Children's Games: The Iconography of Games), Miraisha, Tokyo, 1989.
Buryugeru no kotowaza no sekai: Minshu bunka o kataru (Pieter Bruegel: Spreekwoorden en Volksleven), Meiji Daigaku Jinbun Kagaku Kenkyujo sosho, Hakuosha, Tokyo, 1992.
Buryugeru Tanbo: Minshu bunka no enerugi (Looking for Bruegel: The Power of Folk Culture), Miraisha, Tokyo, 2008.
Buryugeru hanga no sekai (The World of Bruegel in Black and White), Yomiuri Shimbun, The Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo, 2010.
Buryugeru no sekai (The World of Bruegel), Shinchosha, Tokyo, 2017.
(Photos partly from Yoko Mori, Buryugeru no Sekai, Shinchosha, 2017, p. 159.)
Co-author with Itsuji Yoshikawa, Bosch, Bruegel, Tokyo, Shueisha, 127 pp.
Co-author Midori Wakakuwa et al., Emblems and Symbols of Female Figures, Tokyo, Shueisha, 132 pp.
Graphic Works of William Hogarth, Tokyo, Iwasaki Bijutsu, 88 pp.
Bruegel, Tokyo, Chuokoronsha, 98 pp.
The Complete Paintings of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Tokyo, Chuokoronsha, 370 pp. Ibid., 8th ed., 2008, Tokyo, Chuokoron-Shinsha, 390 pp.
Bruegel's Children's Games: The Iconography of Games, Tokyo, Miraisha, 478 pp.
Pieter Bruegel, Spreekwoorden en Volksleven, Tokyo, Hakuosha, 698 pp.
Co-author with Midori Wakakuwa et al., Mannerism: The Sixteenth-Century Netherlandish Art, Tokyo, Shogakukan, pp. 277-297, pp. 404-430.
The Iconography of Soap Bubbles, Tokyo, Miraisha, 391 pp.
Co-author with Erik Vandamme et al. Masterpieces of Flanders' Golden Age (exhibition catalogue), Tokyo, Isetan Museum of Art, Yomiuri Shimbun, 201 pp.
Children and Couples in Art History, Tokyo, NHK Books, 334 pp.
Looking for Bruegel: The Power of Folk Culture, Tokyo, Miraisha, 333 pp.
Co-author. The Illustrated Belgium, Journey to Art and History, Yoko Mori ed., Tokyo, Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 144 pp.
The World of Bruegel, Tokyo, Shincho Publishing, 160 pp.
“Detailed Observations of Bruegel's Tower of Babel in Vienna,” Co-author with Hiromi Kigawa et al., Ars premodena in septentrionalibus Europaeis III, TENTATIO ARTIS NEDERLANDIENSIS: Ex Jan van Eyck ad Jan Brueghel I, Tokyo, Arina Shobo, pp. 159-215, 276-279.
Bruegel's 'Cycle of the Seasons' and Traditional Representation of the Months, Iwanami Shoten.
Selected Papers in Japanese
“German Graphic Works as Pictorial Sources for the Art of Pieter Bruegel: Peasant Subjects,” The Academic Reports, Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Polytechnic University, vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 77-114.
“'Bruegel, a Dynasty of Painters' and its Meaning in the Studies on Bruegel,” Bulletin of Tama Art University, Tama Art School, vol. 4, pp. 105-136.
“The History of the Art Collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein,” The Academic Reports, Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Polytechnic University, vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 81-115.
“Are Soap Bubble Games Moral Message or Entertainment ?,” The Japanese Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, pp. 22-30.
“The Dynasty of Bruegel,” The Japan-Belgium Society Bulletin, pp. 13-29.
“The Image of the Peasant in Sixteenth-Century Northern Renaissance,” The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences, Meiji University, vol. 320, pp. 1-36.
“The Iconography of Unequal Couples,” The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences, Meiji University, vol. 323, pp. 57-128.
“From the Sixteenth-Century Flemish Books of Hours to Bruegel's Peasant,” Bulletin of Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art, vol. 16, pp. 1-36.
“The Meaning of Faces in Bruegel's Paintings,” Journal of Japanese Academy of Facial Studies, pp. 9-22.
“The Music in Bruegel's Paintings,” Festschrift for the Seventieth Birthday of Professor Ebisawa Bin, pp. 428-448.
“Laughter of Folks in Bruegel's Paintings,” Katachi, Form and Imagination, vol. 10, Kosakusha, pp. 26-51.
“Iconographical Tradition of the Flemish Breviaries, Books of Hours and Calendar Prints in Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Return of the Herd and Hunters in the Snow,” The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences, Meiji University, vol. 394, pp. 1-66.
“Comparative Studies of Bruegel's Netherlandish Proverbs with English and Japanese Proverbial Images,” Comparative Studies between English and Japanese, Sanshusha, pp. 155-176.
“Bruegel and the Antwerp's Golden Age: Exhibition from the Plantin-Moretus Museum,” Annual Report Printing Museum, pp. 53-64.
“Princely Collection of Liechtenstein,” Bijutsu Gaho, pp. 16-65, 68-77, 88-89.
“The Chronology of Pieter Bruegel and His Two Sons,” The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences, Meiji University, vol. 406, pp. 43-80.
“William Hogarth: The Society and Morality of Eighteenth-Century England,” Research Papers, No. 50, Daito Bunka University, pp. 11-56.
“Pieter Bruegel's Netherlandish Proverbs and Corresponding Images in Old Japanese Art,” Commemorative Edition on the Occasion of the Retirement of Professor Emerita Yoko Mori, The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences, Meiji University, vol. 435, pp. 17-87.
“Laughing Figures in Art in Flemish and Dutch Painting,” Memoirs of the Institute of Humanities, Meiji University, vol. 62, pp. 321-354.
“Some Remarks on the World of Bruegel in Black and White from the Collection of the Royal Library of Belgium (2010),” The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences, Meiji University, vol. 469, pp. 141-203.
“Insights into Ulisse Aldrovandi's QVADRVPEDVM OMNIVM BISVLCORVM HISTORIA(1621, Bologna) with Consideration for 17th century Flemish Painting” (with English summary), Nichigei Library, No. 2, Nihon University College of Art, pp. 106-134. Download PDF
“The Paradox of Bruegel's Tower of Babel,” Geijutsu Shincho, May, pp. 32-33, pp. 62-69.
“New Remarks on the Dynasty of Pieter Bruegel the Elder,” Geijutsu Shincho, March, pp. 92-111.