Miho Museum. Kenzan: A World of Quietly Refined Elegance 乾山: 幽邃と風雅の世界 (catalogue, 2004); The Spirit of Japanese Glass: From Magatama to Vidro/Diamant (catalogue; 2006). (「和ガラスの心」); The Archaic Smile: From the Mediterranean to East Asia and Japan (catalogue; Summer 2007). (「いにしえのほほえみ」); Yosa Buson: On the Wings of Art 与謝蕪村: 翔けめぐる創意 (catalogue, 2008); Drinking Vessels in Japan 日本における酒器 (pamphlet, 2008); Miho Museum Diary (2006, 2007, 2008); Ceramics in Medieval Japan: The Six Old Kilns and Their World (2010); Miho Grandama I: Arte della Luce (2010); Omi: Spiritual Home of Kami and Hotoke (2011); Miho Grandama II: To the Honored Mother (2012); Miho Museum. Dogu, a Cosmos (catalogue, 2011); Negoro: Efflorescence of Medieval Japanese Lacquerware (catalogue, 2013); Shishi & Komainu: Mythical Beasts from Far Away (catalogue, autumn 2014); Kazari: Decoration in Faith and Festival (2015); In Praise of Tea Ceremony Kettles (2016); 20th Anniversary Special Exhibition Here Is Shangri-La: I. M. Pei and the Miho Museum Story (South Wing and North Wing volumes; 2017). Sarugaku Masks: Shaping the Culture of Noh, 2018; Discovering Nagata Yuji, Unsung Makie Master, 2019; Shigaraki Palace and the Gods and Buddhas of the Kōka Region, 2019; The Miho Museum Painting Collection and the Heart of Japanese Art, 2020; The Age of Maki-e: The Kodaiji Style and the Birth of the Maki-e Artisans, 2021; The Vessels of Kaiseki, 2022; The Birth of Ancient China, 2022; Beauty in Prayer: “Universal Symphony,” 2023.