K-ReaD( Kokugakuin University Researcher’s Achievement)

Department of Japanese Literature
Last Updated :2022/04/21



  • 氏名

    Harumi MITSUI



  • 連絡先



  • Department of Japanese Literature, Professor


  • 25 Mar. 1986, 文学修士, 東北大学, 文学関係(日本語学), 東京語アクセントの変遷


  • 01 Apr. 2019


  • 現代日本語の地理的社会的変異の研究



  • The structure of diversified language usage in metropolitan Tokyo : Analyses using large-scale database for word accent, Harumi Mitsui, Kanetaka Yarimizu, and Motoei Sawaki, Proceedings of Methods ⅩⅥ, 127, 139, May 2020, Peter Lang


  • 88, 99, Mar. 2016
  • Nov. 2014
  • 2014, 秋, 2, 2, Sep. 2014
  • 115, 2, 43, 68, Feb. 2014
  • Oct. 2013
  • 9, 1, 28, 34, Jan. 2013
  • A linguistic survey of the Tokyo metropolitan area using mobile phones, Yarimizu Kanetaka,MITSUI Harumi, NWAV ASIA-PACIFIC, 2, 81, 81, Aug. 2012
  • 8, 3, 102, 109, Jul. 2012
  • 64, 65, Mar. 2009
  • 4, 4, 132, 134, 01 Oct. 2008
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  • 別冊, 19, 38, Mar. 2001
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  • 方言学の技法 (シリーズ方言学4), 小西 いずみ, 三井 はるみ, 井上 文子, 岸江 信介, 大西 拓一郎, 半沢 康, 岩波書店, 20 Dec. 2007
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  • まんが 方言なんでも事典 (まんが国語なんでも事典シリーズ), 三井 はるみ, 金の星社, Mar. 1998
  • Feb. 1994


  • The structure of diversified language usage in metropolitan Tokyo, MITSUI Harumi, YARIMIZU Kanetaka, SAWAKI Motoei, Methods in Dialectology XVI, 10 Aug. 2017
  • 20 Dec. 2015
  • 23 Feb. 2014
  • A Study of the geographical distribution of lexical variation among younger generation speakers in the Tokyo metropolitan area, MITSUI Harumi,YARIMIZU Kanetaka,KAMEDA Hiromi,KUNO Mariko,TANAKA Yukari, Urban Language Seminar 11, 17 Aug. 2013
  • 02 Jun. 2013
  • 17 Mar. 2013
  • A linguistic survey of the Tokyo metropolitan area using mobile phones, YARIMIZU Kanetaka,MITSUI Harumi, NWAV ASIA-PACIFIC 2, 02 Aug. 2012, Tokyo,Japan(The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
  • 11 Mar. 2012
  • 17 May 2008
  • 04 Mar. 2007
  • 13 May 2006
  • 24 Sep. 2005



  • 25580103, 2013
  • 000000, 2010, The Current States and Changes in the Japanese Spoken in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area
  • 21520494, 2009, Study on Some Grammatical Forms in the Japanese Dialects Derived from their Semantic Contiguity Expressions
  • 13610496, 2001, Recording Endangered Traditional Dialects in Large Cities and Building Electronic Databases
  • 11710230, 1999
  • 05710257, 1993
  • 07710297, 1995
  • 20K00623
  • 20H00015
  • 19K00656
  • 18H00673
  • 17K02801, The Construction of a Participatory Dialect Database as Teaching Materials on Regional Diversity, At eight universities in the Tokyo area, as well as the Kanto, Kansai, Oita, and Tohoku regions, role play conversations in which the participating university students switched roles were recorded. The scenes used were “participant notifies partner that they will be late” and “participant complains of lateness to partner.” Partners who were good friends and of the same sex were paired together and conducted the conversations over the phone. After processing for personal information was completed, the voice data and transcript data for pairs from the same region were published as language data on a website as a “Dialect Roleplay Conversation Database” that can be used in research and education.
  • 16H01933
  • 26244024, Construction of the Methodology and Building a Dictionary of Japanese Dialect Grammar for the Contrastive Study of Language Variation and Change, The main study during this research period was to investigate the inflectional paradigm of predicates in Japanese dialects, which is a part of process to build a dictionary of Japanese dialect grammar that contributes to the comprehensive description from the geographical and historical point of views. The three volumes of report on inflectional paradigm have been published in this period, and the reports cover 38 dialects in main lands and 4 dialects in Ryukyu islands in total, including those published in the previous period.;In addition, the research workshop was held once in a year on the theme of grammatical descriptions of dialects and contrastive studies of Japanese variations. Those workshops aimed to establish a framework that comprehensively describes geographical variations and historical changes in Japanese grammar, and to construct a methodology of the contrastive/comparative study in diachronic and synchronic variations in Japanese.
  • 25580103, The Current States and Changes of the language in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area, (1) We performed some interview surveys targeted for the aged people in Tachikawa-city, Tokyo. I reported on the part of the result in the lecture at the Tachikawa-city reference library of history and folklore.;(2) We improved the language investigation system that a cellular phone was used. And metropolitan area younger age group high-density distribution investigation was put into effect. Among these it was analyzed about the item about the linguistic consciousness and it was announced as a thesis.;(3) We made a comprehensive research literature catalog about the language in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area.It was issued as Masako Yoshida and Miki Yousuke "research literature catalog about the language in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area".
  • 25370539, A Study on Regional Differences of Discourse Development in Japanese Dialect Role-Play Conversations, We have collected data on role-play conversations in various Japanese dialects. The speaker groups were diversely composed in terms of generation (older/younger), gender (men/women), and hierarchical relationships (senior/peer/junior), and were recorded as they enacted different situations (complaint/request/consolation/persuasion/taking attendance/proposition). By focusing on the contents of speech, approaches to appealing to the other party, and communication strategies, the study analyzes the discourse structure and development of dialectal conversations from the standpoints of regional, generational, gender, situational, and media differences. These data have been made available in the “Japanese Dialect Role-Play Conversation Database.”
  • 25370538, The New Approach to Study Dialect Distribution by Various Types of Dialect Materials, In this study, we created the database of dialect materials collected by various methods (including the non-research purposes) and various language unit (sounds, words, sentences, discourse etc.) mainly in the Kanto and Tohoku region.;We considered the idea and techniques of search method for different types of dialect materials and developed software to create dialect maps by the search of the dialect materials.;Study by different types of dialect materials contributed to discovery of geographic distribution of the new linguistic phenomenon and the theoretical considerations of dialect formation.
  • 25284087, Constructing a speech corpus of Japanese dialects and a research on the dialects using corpora, The purpose of this study is to construct a corpus of Japanese dialects in which various dialects are searchable in the same manner, and to offer new methods for research on dialects using the corpus. First, we examined methods of how to organize the data, using data of dialects from six regions. We figured out that it is effective to construct a corpus where texts of dialects and their translation in standard Japanese are displayed in parallel and also texts and sounds of dialects are searchable in standard Japanese. Second, we built a trial version of the corpus of Japanese dialect, which contains dialect data from 27 regions, and then conducted an analysis of uses of case particles in the corpus. Based on the findings from the analysis, we presented a new analysis of dialects with reference to contexts, and thus, we claim that such a corpus-based study will advance the research on dialects further.
  • 22520484, Study on descriptive model construction of the Japanese dialect onomatopoeia, This research is the creation of; "Japanese dialect onomatopoeia database", the feature of dialect onomatopoeia and the grasp of the distribution actual condition, and the verbal model construction of dialect onomatopoeia which performed the following thing about the onomatopoeia in a Japanese dialect.
  • 21520494, Study on Some Grammatical Forms in the Japanese Dialects Derived from their Semantic Contiguity Expressions, Our subjects of the research are as follows.;the usage of conditional morpheme "gii" and its geo-linguistical distribution in the dialects of Northwestern Kyushu.;the usage of the interjectory particles derived from the personal pronouns of the second person and their geo-linguistical distribution in the dialects of Western part of Japan.;the usages of some grammaticalized forms derived from the citation form "toyuu" and their process of changes in the Tohoku dialects.;By this research a part of the process in which the variations of the grammatical systems was produced became clear.
  • 21520490, Regional Variations in the Use of Interjections in Japanese, There is a variety of expressions which are used as fillers(or interjections) in Japanese dialects. In this research, we compiled natural discourse data of the Osaka, Hiroshima and Kagoshima dialects including transcribed texts, translations in Standard Japanese and notifications, and by using the data and other natural discourse data which have been complied before, we surveyed the formal variety of the fillers in Japanese dialects and their geographical distribution. In addition, we made a preliminary analysis on the semantic characteristics of the fillers in Japanese dialects, focusing on the contextual and sociolinguistic factors.
  • 21320086, Construction of "Comprehensive dictionary of Japanese dialects grammar" and its online edition, In this study, we conducted three different surveys; the linguistic field survey on inflections and complex sentences, the research on folktale corpora of Japanese dialects, and the historical research on variations of inflections. A web-based system was constructed to accumulate and share data collected from research fields. Based on the surveys, we had two presentations on historical/geographical variations of Japanese inflectional morphology, and on geographical variations of conditionals in Japanese. We also contributed two publications, "Data book for the comprehensive dictionary of Japanese dialects grammar, volume 2, inflectional morphology" and "Guidebook for the linguistic field research on complex sentences in Japanese dialects".
  • 19520403, Contrastive Research of for Grammar Dictionary in Japanese Dialects, The aim of this research is to describe the grammatical forms of Japanese dialects in the unified procedures and compile a dictionary to show the whole phenomena of Japanese grammar. We selected some crucial dialects which have distinctive characteristics in reason expressions, conducted field surveys by using the unified common list, and gave accounts of each form. The result of the research was published in book form, "Grammar Dictionary of Japanese Dialects (1) : Reason Expressions", and also, we started up the web site to open it of the research to the public.
  • 18520370, Research on the Dialect Expressions Using Japanese Dialect Database : Comparisons between Older and Younger Speakers
  • 18520346, Study on variations of interaction between respondents in three-party survey interviews
  • 16520285, Comparative Research of Conditional Expressions in Japanese Dialects, The purpose of this research is to analyze the whole aspects of the conditional expressions in modern Japanese by means of investigating the important dialects and comparing or contrasting them, including the standard Japanese, each other as one field of contrastive researches on the grammatical sides of the dialects.;The investigation of the causal expression was completed and 'Nationwide Dialects Grammar Dictionary : Causal Expressions' was made up. The contents of this are below.;1. Summary of the causal expressions;What is the Causal Expressions? / Historical Distribution / Regional Distribution / Causal Conjunctions / Causal Expressions in Tohoku Regions;2, Causal Expressions in the dialects;Investigation Item Lists / Hachinohe Dialect (Aomori Prefecture) /Yamagata Dialect / Narada Dialect(Yamanashi) / Gifu Dialect / Mino Dialect (Gifu) / Toyama Dialect / Kyoto Dialect / Miwacho Dialect (in Miyoshi City, Hiroshima)/Shuri Dialect (Naha City, Okinawa);The investigations of 2 indicate the results below.;(1)Every dialect has a general-purpose form which can express all the basic meanings of the causal expression ; Cause of the event, Reason for the act, Reason of the judgment, and Reason of the remark and the attitude.;(2) Some forms of the dialects have the limitation in use. For example;;・when the main clause is the order and request sentence (GADE/ MONDE in Toyama Dialect);when the mail clause is the predicative sentence (N1 in Gifu Dialect);・the use which doesn't express the reason (GADA/MONDE in Toyama Dialect);・the predication use (SUKE in Hachinohe Dialect, SAKAI in Toyama Dialect, NDE in Kyoto Dialect);・when connected to the guess sentence (SUKE in Hachinohe Dialect, SAKAI in Toyama Dialect, SAIAKNI/SAKAI/ NDE in Kyoto Dialect);the use of sentence final (NI in Gifu Dialect, GAD A/MONDE in toyama Dialect, SHINICHIITEE in Shuri Dialect);The results mentioned above have been opened to the public with the voice data on the following Web sites.;URL ; http://hougen.sakura.ne.jp/
  • 14510456, A study on the change in dialect-code : evidence from ‘Corpus of Japanese Dialects', Dialect was thought to comprise linguistic system in a given society. Today, however, its function is changing from linguistic system into style, which is constrained by various situational factors. A number of codes do exist within an individual ; dialect-code, common-Japanese-code and so on.;This study aimed to clarify a whole picture of language use with a special reference to the frequency of dialect-code, and to that of code-switching between dialect-code and standard-Japanese-code. The differences of interlocutors, situations, and topics were taken into consideration.;A survey was conducted to collect spontaneous speech in service encounters at different types of retail business : department stores, supermarket, and small privately run shops in Kansai area. Transcriptions were made, and database in service encounters become available. Electric version is also available for a quick search.;Actual language use was analysed in each type of retail business, and comparisons between those types were made. Many reports claim that traditional dialectal forms are disappearing amongst younger generation speakers. However, the fact is that dialectal forms are not gone in place of standard Japanese forms; new local speech style (i.e.neo-dialect) emerges as a result. In this way, analyses were made to find the mechanism of change in dialect-code, focusing on the extent of the interference from standard Japanese, Tokyo dialect and Kansai dialect.



  • 2020, 日本語の地域的バリエーションである「方言」について、その内容と研究法を学ぶ。日本全国の方言は,戦後の社会変動の中で多くの伝統的な特徴を失い,共通語と関わりながら変容してきたが,なお多彩である。関西方言のような共通語との違いの目立つ方言だけでなく,首都圏出身者の日常の話しことばも首都圏「方言」である。前期は,基礎的な知識を身につけるために,テキストの内容を受講者各自がまとめて報告し,質疑・応答を行う。後期は,課題に基づいて各自が調査を行い発表する。|■本授業は主にZoomを利用した双方向型授業として実施する予定である。
  • 2020, 若者語,方言,外来語,ことばのジェンダー差,ことばの「誤用」など,身の回りのことばをめぐるトピックは,興味深い話題として人々の関心を引きつける。一方で,そのような目に付く現象を,言語的,社会的背景の中で理解し,読み解くためには,一定の手順によるデータの収集とその分析が必要となってくる。この授業では,主として社会言語学的なテーマを扱った研究論文の講読を行い,それをとおして,研究対象の設定,資料,データ収集法,分析法など,言語研究に必要な方法論を学ぶ。前期は指定した研究論文を受講者各自が担当し,報告を行う。後期は各自がテーマを定めて小調査を実施し,その結果を分析・発表する。|■本授業は主にZoomを利用した双方向型授業として実施する予定である。
  • 2020, 現代日本語のしくみ,および、日本語学の基本的な用語・概念について概説する。|■この授業は主に、講義資料を用いた遠隔授業とZoomを利用したオンデマンド型授業を組み合わせて実施する予定である。受講者の状況を見ながら進めて行きたい。
  • 2020, 【この授業は主にZoomを利用した双方向型オンライン授業(ライブ配信)として実施する。受講者に説明の上、他の方法を併用する場合がある。】|現代日本語のしくみ,および、日本語学の基本的な用語・概念について概説する。
  • 2020, 日本語研究や国語・日本語教育の現場で必要な日本語音声全般の知識について講義する。|国際音声字母の内容を説明し,発音の聞き取りや記録の練習を行う。|自分の発音を内省し,身の回りの音声を観察する。|■この授業は主に、講義資料を用いた遠隔授業とZoomを利用したオンデマンド型授業を組み合わせて実施し、小テストまたは課題を毎回課す予定である。
  • 2020, -
  • 2020, 【この授業は主にZoomを利用した双方向型オンライン授業(ライブ配信)として実施する。受講者に説明の上、他の方法を併用する場合がある。】|・日本語研究や国語・日本語教育の現場で必要な日本語音声の知識について講義する。|・共通語アクセントの基盤である東京アクセントの分析・記述を中心に解説する。|・アクセントの聞き取りと記録の練習を行う。|・自分の発音を内省し、身の回りの音声を観察する。|・日本語諸方言のアクセントの特徴についても解説する。
  • 2020, 言語学の様々な分野のうち,社会との関連においてことばの バリエーションをとらえる社会言語学の基礎を学ぶ。|■この授業は主に、講義資料を用いた遠隔授業とZoomを利用したオンデマンド型授業を組み合わせて実施し、毎回小テストまたは課題を課す予定である。
  • 2020, -
  • 2020, 【この授業は主にZoomを利用した双方向型オンライン授業(ライブ配信)として実施する。受講者に説明の上、他の方法を併用する場合がある。】|日本語のバリエーションの一つとして、地域的なことばの変異である「方言」を取り上げる。伝統的な方言の分布としくみ、およびその形成過程について概説するとともに、現代における方言の変化や社会的な位置づけのあり方について事例に基づいて考える。
  • 2021, 現代日本語のしくみ,および、日本語学の基本的な用語・概念について概説する。|
  • 2021, 現代日本語のしくみ,および、日本語学の基本的な用語・概念について概説する。
  • 2021, 若者語,方言,外来語,ことばのジェンダー差,ことばの「誤用」など,身の回りのことばをめぐるトピックは,興味深い話題として人々の関心を引きつける。一方で,そのような目に付く現象を,言語的,社会的背景の中で理解し,読み解くためには,一定の手順によるデータの収集とその分析が必要となってくる。この授業では,主として社会言語学的なテーマを扱った研究論文の講読を行い,それをとおして,研究対象の設定,資料,データ収集法,分析法など,言語研究に必要な方法論を学ぶ。前期は指定した研究論文を受講者各自が担当し,報告を行う。後期は各自がテーマを定めて小調査を実施し,その結果を分析・発表する。|■本授業は対面授業として実施する予定である。
  • 2021, 日本語研究や国語・日本語教育の現場で必要な日本語音声全般の知識について講義する。|国際音声記号の内容を説明し、発音の聞き取りや記録の練習を行う。|自分の発音を内省し、身の回りの音声を観察する。|
  • 2021, ・日本語研究や国語・日本語教育の現場で必要な日本語音声の知識について講義する。|・共通語アクセントの基盤である東京アクセントの分析・記述を中心に解説する。|・アクセントの聞き取りと記録の練習を行う。|・自分の発音を内省し、身の回りの音声を観察する。|・日本語諸方言のアクセントの特徴についても解説する。
  • 2021, 日本語の地域的バリエーションである「方言」について、その内容と研究法を学ぶ。日本全国の方言は,戦後の社会変動の中で多くの伝統的な特徴を失い,共通語と関わりながら変容してきたが,なお多彩である。関西方言のような共通語との違いの目立つ方言だけでなく,首都圏出身者の日常の話しことばも首都圏「方言」である。前期は,基礎的な知識を身につけるために,テキストの内容を受講者各自がまとめて報告し,質疑・応答を行う。後期は,課題に基づいて各自が調査を行い発表する。

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