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Kinji Imanishi

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Name  Kinji Imanishi
Role  Researcher

Died  June 15, 1992
Education  Kyoto University
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Books  A Japanese view of nature
Similar People  Masao Kawai, Takaaki Yoshimoto, Kenichi Fukui

Kinji Imanishi (今西 錦司, Imanishi Kinji, January 6, 1902 – June 15, 1992) was a Japanese ecologist and anthropologist. He was the founder of Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute, and together with Junichiro Itani is considered one of the founders of Japanese primatology.

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Honours

From the Japanese Wikipedia

  • Asahi Prize (1968)
  • Person of Cultural Merit (3 November 1972)
  • Order of Culture (3 November 1979)
  • Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure (15 June 1992; posthumous) (Second Class: 29 April 1972)
  • Publications

  • Imanishi, Kinji (1941): Seibutsu no Sekai (生物の世界). Kōbundō
  • Imanishi, Kinji (2002) The World of Living Things ISBN 0-7007-1632-7
  • References

    Kinji Imanishi Wikipedia


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