The Second volume of the European Journal of Japanese Philosophy is now available!

EJJP 2 (2017) coverThe EJJP Vol. 2 (2017) is now available on CreateSpace and Amazon.

Price: $15.00

EJJP2 (2017) in the CreateSpace store

EJJP2 (2017) in the US Amazon store

Please look for the EJJP at the respective Amazon store of your country!

You can have a look at the table of contents and the Editor’s Introduction here: EJJP2 2017 TOC and Editor’s Introduction

Published by Chisokudō Publications.

The European Journal of Japanese Philosophy, the official academic organ of the European Network of Japanese Philosophy, is a peer-reviewed journal published annually. It’s aim is to provide a forum for critical articles and translations related to Japanese Philosophy. Contributions are welcome in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian and Japanese.

Call for Papers:
Submissions of articles and translations for the next issue of EJJP (Vol. 3, 2018) are welcome! Please see our submission guidelines for details.


The 3rd Conference of the ENOJP

3rd Conference Poster

The 3rd Conference of the European Network of Japanese Philosophy was held in Paris at the Université Panthéon Sorbonne (Paris 1) and the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO) from November 2-4, 2017.

Keynote speakers were Emmanuel Lozerand (INALCO), Michael Lucken (INALCO) and John Maraldo (University of North Florida).

Conference Program
Conference Brochure

Thanks to everyone who participated for making it such a great conference! Go to our Conferences Page for photos of the conference and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more news. Also, don’t forget to register for our newsletter!


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Visit our YouTube-channel for videos of our 2nd Conference in Brussels!

Kurodeisig 2

You can already watch the keynote speeches of James W. Heisig, Kuroda Akinobu and Raji Steineck.


Videos of other presentations will be added soon.