Collection URL: http://kjc-sv013.kjc.uni-heidelberg.de/hachiman/#O44115/
This project was conceived and executed by members of Heidelberg University, Germany, between 2014 and 2015. The aim of the project was to enhance the digital presentation of long horizontal pictorial and textual formats, and render them available to a large audience. This objective was developed on the basis of the project leader's research regarding the Karmic Origins of the Great Hachiman Bodhisattva. Seven Japanese illuminated handscrolls, created between 1389 and the nineteenth century, narrate the religiously, aesthetically and politically highly influential text and paintings.
Collection URL: http://db.nichibun.ac.jp/pc1/ja/category/haikai.html
The major haikai collections, including those of Bashō and Buson. This material, collected over many years by Seta Katsuhiro of the Nara National College of Technology, was donated to Nichibunken in support of Japanese studies.
Collection URL: https://www.iiif.ku-orcas.kansai-u.ac.jp/hakuen_bunko/about
Hakuen bunko digital archive showcases part of Kansai University's Hakuen Academy's library collection.
Hakuen Academy was an academy for Chinese classics which greatly contributed to the development of Osaka's culture and education by producing leaders in the political, bureaucratic, educational, entrepreneurial, literary, scholarly, and journalistic worlds through the turbulent bakumatsu, Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras.
Collection URL: https://www.iiif.ku-orcas.kansai-u.ac.jp/hakuen_yinpu/about
Hakuen bunko includes books, author's manuscripts, letters, scrolls, and seals. The seals that are under management of Kansai University Museum centre on Fujisawa Nangaku's collection, amounting to 178 seals.
Collection URL: https://archives.koyasan-u.ac.jp/view/resource/210011?keyword=
Collection URL: http://db.nichibun.ac.jp/ja/category/heian_jinbutsu.html
Images, complete text, and index to the Heian jinbutsu shi who’s who (collection of Nichibunken) published between 1768 and 1867.
Data Count: 927 pages (As of January 2002)
Collection URL: http://db.nichibun.ac.jp/pc1/ja/category/heian_tanzaku.html
Images of rectangular poem cards (tanzaku) with verses brushed by the figures who appear in the Heian jinbutsu shi (held at Nichibunken), text versions of the verses and source data.
Collection URL: http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/meisyozue/kyoto/index.html
Database of digitized high-resolution images of Edo-period and Meiji-era meisho zue illustrated guidebooks of famous places in Kyoto held at Nichibunken. The database has been constructed to help researchers study the lifestyles and customs of old Kyoto through such guidebooks.
Collection URL: http://kikyo.nichibun.ac.jp/heijiemaki/html/
Digital reproduction of the emaki version of the Heiji monogatari chapter “Rokuhara kassen no maki” (Scroll of the Rokuhara Battle), based on the Tokyo National Museum-owned hakubyō (painting drawn only with ink lines) copy of the Emaki Heiji monogatari.
The East Asia Image Collection (EAIC) is an open-access archive of digitized photographs, negatives, postcards, rare books and slides under the general editorship of Paul D. Barclay, Associate Professor of History at Lafayette College, in partnership with staff at Digital Scholarship Services and Special Collections & College Archives. The partnership was established under the direction of Eric Luhrs, former Director of Digital Scholarship Services, and has included several contributors over the years. Many of the items digitized for the EAIC are catalogued in Special Collections; visit the Asian Collections Finding Aids for more information.