The Palaeontological Society of Japan regularly publishes the following two journals.

Paleontological Research: This is a quarterly, peer-reviewed international journal, which focuses on original research, primarily in the area of paleontology but also covering a wide range of allied sciences. It has been published since 1997 as a successor to the former journal Transactions and Proceedings of the Palaeontological Society of Japan, New Series. The emphasis of contributions will include global and local perspectives, and contents can cover all ages (Precambrian to the Quarternary, including modern analogs). Anyone can submit a manuscript to Paleontological Research.

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Kaseki (meaning Fossils in Japanese): This is a peer-reviewed domestic journal written in Japanese, and is published twice a year. It includes not only original papers, but also short notes, comments, thematic overviews, discussions, book reviews, and broadly ranging news of developments and happenings that are of broad interest to paleontologists.

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We also publish, at irregular intervals, Special Papers. A Special Paper is dealing with voluminous work of writing on a particular subject on paleontology, and catalogue. It is published irregularly.

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