<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> Yutaka Yamada Ph.D. Bilingual Japanese Anthropologist Research on Japan, Cross-Cultural Training, Translation and Tutoring </TITLE> <META name="description" content=" ANTHJA "Anthropology of Japan" founder is Yutaka Yamada Ph.D., a fully bilingual speaker of Japanese. He is a Cultural Anthropologist with considerable experience in research on Japan, cross-cultural training, translation and Japanese language tutoring. His work involves working with business and educational organizations globally. One of Yutaka's research interests is Symbolic Anthropology. He has explored Life History Narratives or Autobiographies of members of Japanese New Religions in which Dreams and Healing experiences are significant episodic symbols. "> <META name="keywords" content=" Yutaka Yamada Ph.D., Yutaka, Yamada, bilingual, research, cross-cultural, translation, interpretation, training, anthropology, Japan, symbols, culture, global, organization, narratives, life history, autobiographies, dreams, healing New Religions "> </HEAD> <BODY BACKGROUND="" <BODY BGCOLOR="FFFFF" TEXT="#000000" LINK="#0000ff"> <center><font color="red"><H2><B>Yutaka Yamada Ph.D.</B> </H2></font></center><P> <center><font color="blue"><H1><B>ANTHJA</B></H1></font></center><P> <center><font color="green"><H1><B>www.anthja.com</B> </H1></font></center><P> <CENTER><table border="0" cellpadding="0"> <TD><TD><center><b>YUTAKA</b></center><TD> </TD><TR> <TD><TD><img src="anthja.jpg" width=150 height=100><TD> </TD><TR> <TD><b>YAMA</b><TD><TD><b>DA</b> </TD><TR> </Table></CENTER><P> <b>ANTHJA</b> "Anthropology of Japan" founder is <b>Yutaka Yamada Ph.D.</b>, a fully bilingual speaker of Japanese and English. <b>Yutaka</b> was born in Tokyo, Japan and spent 22 years there. He also spent time as an Anthropology and Japanese Studies professor at universities in Australia and San Francisco. Currently he resides in Stamford, Connecticut. <p> Dr. Yamada obtained his B.A. in <A HREF="CA3.html">Ethnology/Archaeology</A> from <A HREF="http://www.keio.ac.jp"><b>Keio University</b></A> in Tokyo and received his Ph.D. in <A HREF="CA3.html">Cultural Anthropology</A> from the <A HREF="http://www.unc.edu"><b>University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill</b></A> .<P> <center><A HREF=mailto:tamayu@aol.com><b>For Contacting Dr. Yutaka Yamada send E-mail to <br> tamayu@aol.com</b></A><br> <br>Other correspondece may be sent to: <br>Dr. Yutaka Yamada<br>77 Glenbrook Rd #208<br>Stamford, Connecticut 06902</center><P> He is a <A HREF="CA3.html">Cultural Anthropologist</A> with considerable experience in <A HREF="servicef3.html">research on Japan, cross-cultural training, translation and Japanese language tutoring</A>. His work includes working globally with business and educational organizations.<P> One of Dr. Yamada's research interests is Symbolic Anthropology. He has explored <A HREF="exersymb3.html">life history narratives or autobiographies</A> of members of Japanese New Religions in which <A HREF="exerd3.html">dreams and healing experiences</A> are significant episodic symbols.<P> <center>For<A HREF="servicef3.html">Anthja Home and our service detail</A>Click Here</center><P> <HR><center><A HREF=mailto:tamayu@aol.com>For Contacting Dr. Yutaka Yamada and ANTHJA via E-Mail tamayu@aol.com Click Here</A></center><HR> <center>Click Below for Yutaka's Publication Excerpts and Hobby(Anton Bruckner)</center><P> <CENTER><table border="5" cellpadding="0"> <TD> <b>Yutaka Site Index</b> <TD><A HREF="exerd3.html"> Publication Excerpts</A> <TD><A HREF="http://anthja.com/ab.html"> Bruckner</A><BR> </TD><TR> </Table></CENTER><P> <center>Click Below for ANTHJA Services</center><P> <CENTER><table border="5" cellpadding="0"> <TD><b>Anthja Index</b> <TD><A HREF="servicef3.html"> Anthja Main</A> <TD><A HREF="CA3.html"> Anthropology</A> <TD><A HREF="exersymb3.html">Symbolic Anthropology</A> </TD><TR> </Table></CENTER><P> <center><A HREF=mailto:tamayu@aol.com>For Contacting Dr. Yutaka Yamada and ANTHJA via E-Mail tamayu@aol.com Click Here</A></center><HR> <center>Thank you for Visiting Our Site!!</center> </Body> </HTML>