The Barry Rosensteel Japanese Print Collection contains 126 wood block prints. While the earliest print dates to 1760, most of the prints were produced in the 1800s, while others were created in the 1900s. The work of over forty artists is represented in the collection. The images selected for digitization constitute a significant portion of the total collection.
Collection URL: https://archive.org/details/japaneserarebooks
When the Harold B. Lee Library purchased approximately 300 Japanese rare books and manuscripts from San Francisco book dealer David B. Magee (1905-1977) as part of a larger acquisition in 1965, no one imagined just how unique and significant the collection would be. Spanning from the eighth to the twentieth century, it includes early examples of printing in Japan, rare maps, and one-of-a-kind scrolls and manuscripts.
Collection URL: https://bird.bukkyo-u.ac.jp/collections/
Bukkyo University Library Digital Collections. Explore digital items from Bukkyo University Library’s rare Collections. Japanese classic books, scriptures, paintings, maps, and so on.
Collection URL: https://www2.ntj.jac.go.jp/dglib/collections/
Cultural digital library is part of a project promoted by the government to advance information on education. The aim is to provide opportunities to encounter top-class performing arts. It consists of digital archives on holdings, as well as educational contents such as performing arts teaching material that utilizes digital technoglogies. [Translated by NCC][7/27/2020]