The 3rd volume of the European Journal of Japanese Philosophy is now available!


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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.

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Call for Papers:

Submissions of articles and translations for the next issue of EJJP (Vol. 5, 2020) are welcome! Please see our submission guidelines for details.

The deadline for submissions to EJJP 5 (2020) is April 31st, 2020.

Contents of Previous Volumes:

Editorial Team:

Chief Editors:

Editorial Board:




  • Laurentiu Andrei (Université Blaise Pascal; Clermont-Ferrand: French, Romanian)*
  • Simon Ebersolt (INALCO; French, Japanese)
  • Michael Lucken (INALCO; English, French, Japanese)
  • Michel Dalissier (PHIER Université Blaise Pascal; French, Japanese)
  • Pierre Bonneels (Université Libre de Bruxelles; French, Japanese)*
  • Romaric Jannel (EPHE; English, French, Japanese)
  • Thierry Hoquet (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre; French)
  • Florencia di Rocco (Universite de Paris I-Pantheon Sorbonne)



  • Enrico Fongaro (Tohoku University; Italian, Japanese, German)
  • Matteo Cestari (Università Degli Studi di Torino; Italian, English Spanish, Japanese)
  • Marcello Ghilardi (Università degli Studi di Padova; Italian, English, Japanese)




  • Niklas Söderman (Tallinn University)


Book Review Editor:

  • Richard Stone (Hokkaido University: English, Japanese)

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