The Taiwanese Journal of Mathematics aims to publish original research papers and survey articles in all areas of mathematics with a purpose is to reflect the progress of mathematical research in Taiwan and, by providing an international forum, to stimulate its further developments.
Founded by T. Hayashi, Tohoku Mathematical Journal was started in August 1911 as the first mathematical journal in Japan. From its inception, the journal was a truly international research publication, accepting qualified original articles on pure and applied mathematics.
The Tokyo Journal of Mathematics was founded in 1978 with the financial support of six institutions in the Tokyo area and publishes original papers on mathematics, both pure and applied.
Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis publishes research and survey papers on a wide range of nonlinear analysis, giving preference to those which employ topological methods.
Tsukuba Journal of Mathematics publishes original contributions to pure and applied mathematics.