Meridian acupoint search demo
■The price of the product version will be revised to 2000 yen from January 1, 2024.
■Please fully check the operation with this demo version before purchasing the product version (search with "Meridian acupoint search"). You can install it on multiple smartphones that have been set up with the same Gmail. If operation is unstable, please uninstall and install again.
◎In the acupuncture point image, the acupuncture point is now displayed as a green circle. Due to space constraints, all of the stomach meridian to Qi Chung, spleen meridian to Yin Lingquan, all of the bladder meridian, kidney meridian to Yin Valley, bile meridian to Shoulder I, and all of the liver meridians are displayed.
◎Press [Memo] from the top screen and press the button [Viewing mode] to be able to enter information in the memo. Press [SAVE] to save the entered information.
◎Press [PIC] to display the acupuncture point/meridian map.
◎To return to the screen, use the back button on your smartphone.
◎To exit the software, press the return button from the top screen or press [Exit].
■You can search the web by specifying a range of terms on the screen.
■Anatomical information is entered in the memo to make it easier for students to remember. Press the "Width" button to enter memo display mode. Press [Next] to display continuously.
■If you uninstall it, the memo you entered will be deleted. If necessary, please copy and save the notes entered by each person individually and enter them again.
■The meridian flow map is based on the ``WHO/WPRO Standard Acupuncture Point Locations Japanese Official Version.'' However, only the three Yin-Jiao Atsuyin, Ashikuein, Ashishaoin, and the Teyo Ming stream to the missing tray pass nearby, so they are drawn so that they intersect. As mentioned in the ``Reishin'' Meridian section, acupuncture points and meridians intersect in a complex manner. For reference, only the connection diagram is drawn. For detailed connections between the communication holes, meridians, and the five organs and six organs, please see the "Twelve Meridians Charts Electronic Version" vector site. The drawing is based on the meridian edition of Reishin and Ichiho Okamoto's Detailed explanation of the meridians and organs.
■The master of the acupuncture points is inputted from Japan's representative acupuncture point books, ``Acupuncture Excerpt,'' ``Acupuncture Essentials,'' ``Acupuncture Excerpt Taisei,'' ``Acupuncture Juhoki,'' ``Acupuncture Rules,'' and ``Acupuncture Explanation.'' The old font has been replaced with the new font.
■If there is an error in the text or characters you entered, we will correct it at any time.
◎"WHO/WPRO Standard Acupuncture Point Sites Official Japanese Version" written by the WHO Western Pacific Regional Office and supervised translation by the Second Japanese Acupuncture Point Committee. Japanese head office of Ido. Tokyo. 2009
◎Compiled by the Japan Federation of Physical Therapy Teachers. Edited by the Association of Oriental Therapy Schools, a public interest incorporated association. Written by the Textbook Writing Subcommittee. ``New Edition Meridian and Acupuncture Points 2nd Edition''. Japanese head office of Ido. Tokyo. 2013.
■A book on acupuncture points that quotes the master of acupuncture points
◎"Acupuncture Excerpt": "Acupuncture and Moxibustion Excerpt, 2 Volumes and 1 Book". Owned by Kyoto University Library. (Author unknown, written as Yumebunsue-ryu) (First edition published by Kinokuniya Hanbei in 1678)
◎“Acupuncture and Moxibustion Essentials”: “Acupuncture and Moxibustion Essentials, Volume 20” by Genmichi Yamamoto. 1679. Owned by Kyoto University Library. (first edition 1676)
◎“Excerpts from Acupuncture and Moxibustion”: Ichiko Okamoto [selected] “Taisei from Acupuncture and Moxibustion”. 1716. Owned by Waseda University Library. (First published in 1699. This book is an expanded and revised version of "Acupuncture Excerpts")
◎"Acupuncture and Moxibustion Juhoki": "Acupuncture and Moxibustion Juhoki" written by Masatoyo Hongo. 1749. (Kyoto University Library) (first edition 1718), Masatoyo Hongo (author), Fumie Ono (author). ``Explanatory Acupuncture and Moxibustion Treasure Book''. Japanese head office of Ido. 1959.
◎"Acupuncture Rules": "Acupuncture Rules" written by Shukei Suganuma. 1766. Owned by Kyoto University Library. (first edition 1767)
◎"Acupuncture theory": "Acupuncture theory" written by Sotetsu Ishizaka. 1812. Owned by Kyoto University Library. (first edition 1812)
Reference: Hiroshi Osodo. Japanese Traditional Chinese Medicine Dictionary. Taishukan bookstore. 1999.
◎"Dushinhou": "Dushinhou" Taki Genken imitation book. Kyoto University Rare Book Archive. “Ishinpo” Volume 2A Acupuncture Edition 1 Shuji Konana. Complete translation and interpretation by Sachiko Maki. Chikuma Shobo. 2008
◎“Tong Ren Yue Guan Acupuncture Guide”: Beijing University Library Collection (https://ctext.org/library.pl?if=gb&res=2766). ``Kunju Tongren Yueyuana Acupuncture and Moxibustion Pictures.'' Notes from Masaaki Maruyama. Seibundo Publishing. 1974
◎“Acupuncture and Moxibustion Juei”: “Acupuncture and Moxibustion Juei Demonstration Volume 8”. Owned by Kyoto University Library (Fujikawa Bunko). Published in Shoho 2 (1645). “Acupuncture and Moxibustion Shuei Volume 1”. Cabinet Library Collection (National Archives of Japan Digital Archive)
■A meridian book that quotes hole nature
"Acupuncture and Moxibustion Essence" (Li Wenxian, 1936) [(qi) is Qi: the hole that affects Qi in the meridians and viscera] "Practical Acupuncture and Moxibustion Guidance" submitted by Luo Zhaolu to "Acupuncture Magazine" in 1934 was the first. This is Anaseki literature and Anasesho of the same period.
"Acupuncture" (Shanghai Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1974)
``Kanagaku'' Acupuncture Faculty Trial Material (Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1983)
“Golden Needle Wang Le Pavilion” (Beijing Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital 1984) [(Qi) is Qimen]
"Acupuncture and Moxibustion Heart-Wing" (Sun Zhenbin, Gao Lishan 1985)
“Clinical Demonstration of Regular Use” (Lee Se-jin 1985)
"Acupuncture Guidebook" (Yang Ziyu 1986)
“Acupuncture and Moxibustion Collection Nishiki” (Zheng Kaizan 1988)
“Acupuncture and Moxibustion Analogy” (Yang Kozo 1989)
“Overview of meridian point location and acupuncture moxibustion” (Yoshie et al. 1996)
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Read text files included in "Meridian Point Search" from internal storage, and modify "Meridian Point Search" text files in internal storage.
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