Front Cover (Revised and Updated Version)
Table of Contents
Foreword: Ancient Korea-Japan Relations: Building a More Realistic Model

Paekche and the Origin of the Yamato Dynasty:
Summary and Conclusion


Paekche in the Korean Peninsula:
Historical Stage for the Birth of the Yamato Kingdom

Model Building for the Origin of the Yamato Dynasty:
Evolution of the Egami-Ledyard-Hong Models
Homuda (Oujin) from the Korean Peninsula:
The Founder of Yamato Dynasty in the Japanese Islands


Myth, Legends, and Inscriptions:
Trinity of Jinmu (Ihare), Oujin (Homuda) and Ninigi


Tracing the Sequence of Conquest and Dating the Events:
Interpreting the Historical Facts within My Model
Tracing the Routes of Conquest (Link to Video CD)

Massive Arrival of the Paekche People from the Korean Peninsula
Formation of the Proto-Japanese People: the Yayoi Wave
Formation of the Modern Japanese People: the Kofun Wave
Fall of Paekche in the Korean Peninsula:
Macro-Tungusic Koguryeo and Unified Mainland China
The Samurai-Shogunate Period and the Meiji Restoration:
Revival of the Emperor-Worship Ideology


 References, Index, Back Cover


 Lacuna, Two-Sexagenary-Cycles, Dating Formation of Yamato Kingdom


"Yayoi Wave, Kofun Wave, and Timing: the Origin of the Japanese
People and Japanese Language,"
Korean Studies, U. of Hawaii, 2005


"Ancient Korea-Japan Relations: Dating the Formative Years of the
Yamato Kingdom (366-405 CE)," The Open Area Studies Journal, 2009

Supplementary Data
  Review by Juha Janhunen in Studia Orientalia, 109, 2010, pp. 136-9
  Review by

Informal Comments on Ancient Korea-Japan Relations


Ancient Korea-Japan Relations: Paekche and the Origin of the
Yamato Dynasty (Whole Contents of the 2010 Edition)