Sakaé Fuchino, On local reflection of the properties of graphs with uncountable characteristics, to appear in RIMS Kokyuroku.
Sakaé Fuchino, A reflection principle as a reverse-mathematical fixed point over the base theory ZFC, Annals of the Japan Association for the Philosophy of Science, Vol.25, (2017), 67--77.
Sakaé Fuchino, Pre-Hilbert spaces without orthonormal bases, submitted.
Sy Friedman, Sakaé Fuchino and Hiroshi Sakai, On the set-generic multiverse, Proceedings of the IMS Programme ``Sets and Computations'' Singapore 2015, to appear.
Sakaé Fuchino, On reflection numbers under large continuum, RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1988, 1--16, (2016).
Sakaé Fuchino and Toshimichi Usuba, A reflection principle formulated in terms of games, RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1895, 37--47 (2014).
Sakaé Fuchino and Hiroshi Sakai, On reflection and non-reflection of countable list-chromatic number of graphs, RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1790, (April 2012), 31--44 (updated on 12.08.05(So10:07(JST))).
Sakaé Fuchino, Remarks on the coloring number of graphs, RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1754, (August 2011), 6--16.
Sakaé Fuchino, Hiroshi Sakai, Lajos Soukup and Toshimichi Usuba, More about the Fodor-type Reflection Principle, preprint.
Sakaé Fuchino and Assaf Rinot, Openly generated Boolean algebras and the Fodor-type Reflection Principle, Fundamenta Mathematicae, 212 (2011), 261-283.
Sakaé Fuchino, Fodor-type Reflection Principle and Balogh's reflection theorems, RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1686 (April 2010), 41--58.
Sakaé Fuchino, Left-separated topological spaces under Fodor-type Reflection Principle, RIMS Kokyuroku, No.1619, (December 2008), 32-42.
Sakaé Fuchino, István Juhász, Lajos Soukup, Zoltán Szentmiklóossy and Toshimichi Usuba, Fodor-type Reflection Principle and reflection of metrizability and meta-Lindelöfness, Topology and its applications, Vol.157, No.8 (2010), 1415-1429.
Jörg Brendle and Sakaé Fuchino, Coloring ordinals by reals, Fundamenta Mathematicae, 196, No.2 (2007), 151-195.
Sakaé Fuchino, Stefan Geschke, Osvaldo Guzman and Lajos Soukup, How to drive our families MAD, to appear.