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Overseas Japanese-language Newspapers
Literature History Social Sciences Politics Japanese Language

Collection URL: http://rakusai.nichibun.ac.jp/hoji/

国際日本文化研究センター

海外で最初の日本語新聞として知られているのは、1886年(明治19年)ごろにサンフランシスコで発行された『東雲(しののめ)雑誌』である。 それ以降、合衆国、ハワイ、南米各地である程度の日本人コミュニティができると日本語新聞が発行され、本国、国内、地域のニュースを伝え、 文芸欄や意見記事で現地の言葉に不慣れな移民たちを結んできた。

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International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken)

The Shinonome zasshi, published in San Francisco around 1886, is known as the first Japanese-language newspaper published overseas. From then on, when Japanese communities grew to a certain size in the United States, Hawaii, and countries in South America, Japanese-language newspapers were launched, reporting news about their homeland, their host country, and local area, as well as publishing articles in literary, editorial, and other features. These newspapers helped unite Japanese immigrants unfamiliar with the local language.

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Folktales of Strange Phenomena and Yōkai (Spirits, Ghosts, Monsters)
Arts Literature History Japanese Language

Collection URL: http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/YoukaiDB/

国際日本文化研究センター

民俗学の調査などをとおして報告された怪異・妖怪の事例についての書誌情報。

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International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Bibliographic information on yōkai and mysterious phenomena reported in folklore studies and other fields research.
Data Count: 35,800items (As of August 2017)

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Illustrations of Strange Phenomena and Yōkai (Ghosts, Monsters, Spirits)
Arts Literature

Collection URL: http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/graphicversion/dbase/yokai-view.htm

国際日本文化研究センター

日文研所蔵の妖怪絵巻を高精細画像でデジタル化。

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International Research Center for Japanese Studies

High-resolution digital images of picture scrolls depicting yōkai monsters in the Nichibunken collection.

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Paintings of Strange Phenomena and Yōkai (Ghosts, Monsters, Spirits)
Arts Literature

Collection URL: http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/YoukaiGazouMenu/

国際日本文化研究センター

絵画資料に描かれた怪異・妖怪に関する画像を集めたデータベース。

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International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Database of images of a wide variety of strange phenomena and yōkai depicted in paintings.

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Kakimoto Shrine Waka Poem Collection
Arts Literature History Japanese Language Culture IIIF Creative Commons

Collection URL: http://da.lib.shimane-u.ac.jp/content/2

島根大学附属図書館デジタルアーカイブ

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Shimane University Library Digital Archive Collection

[11/4/18]

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Literature IIIF

Collection URL: https://www.iiif.ku-orcas.kansai-u.ac.jp/

関西大学アジア・オープン・リサーチセンター(KU-ORCAS)は、そのプロジェクトコンセプトのひとつとして、「研究リソースのオープン化」を掲げています。そのコンセプトのもと、ここに公開する「関西大学デジタルアーカイブ」では、関西大学総合図書館および東アジア文化研究に携わる本学教員の個人蔵書のうち、原資料の著作権保護期間が満了している資料を「オープンな形」で提供しています。

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Kansai University's Open Research Center has as one of its concepts, making research-related resources openly available. The Kansai University Digital Archives is one of the initiatives based on this concept. It makes openly available, resources that are held in the Kansai University's library as well as private collections of Kansai University faculty whose research is in East Asian culture. [Translated by NCC][01/12/2021]

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Kansai University East Asia Digital Archive
Literature IIIF

Collection URL: https://www.iiif.ku-orcas.kansai-u.ac.jp/books/about

関西大学東アジアデジタルアーカイブで公開している資料は、関西大学総合図書館が所蔵する個人文庫*を中心に、和書、漢籍、洋装本のほか、関西大学アジア・オープン・リサーチセンター(KU-ORCAS)所属の研究者の所蔵する西学東漸に関する資料等です。

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The documents that are accessible through the Kansai University East Asia Digital Archive are from personal library collections that are held at the Kansai University Library. They include Japanese, Chinese, and books bound in the Western style, as well as material held by researchers at the Kansai University Asian Research Centre (KU-ORCAS) that are related to the dissemination of Western learning in the East.

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Imaging Kanto
Arts History Architecture Maps & Topographies

Collection URL: https://imagingkanto.trinity.duke.edu

1923年、大規模な地震が関東地域を襲い、日本の首都東京及び近辺は荒廃した。この惨事を記録した写真や葉書きとして出回ったものは、街の壊滅を様々な視点から捉えた視覚的歴史と言えよう。

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In 1923, a major earthquake and conflagration devastated Japan’s capital Tokyo and surrounding areas in the Kantō region. Photographs documenting the event, many circulated in the form of postcards, produced a rich and multilayered visual history of the city’s destruction. Imaging Kantō was created as a digital complement to Gennifer Weisenfeld’s Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923 (University of California Press, 2012) to archive, crowd-source, and exhibit images of the Great Kantō Earthquake and its Tokyo urban context in conjunction with important historical visualizations of data from the disaster and reconstruction process. A collection of postcards acquired by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University serves as the core of the catalog. The postcards are combined with a series of historical maps of the disaster and subsequent rebuilding published in 1931 right as the process of reconstruction was being completed. The inclusion of georeferenced and rectified maps will continue to expand our understanding of the profound impact of disaster and reconstruction on social and urban space over time. And as the archive grows, it will enable more in-depth study of the ethical dimensions of disaster, hopefully facilitating the curation of new interpretative narratives.

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Japanese special collections in the C. V. Starr East Asian Library
Arts History

Collection URL: http://www.arc.ritsumei.ac.jp/lib/vm/UCB/

カリフォルニア大学バークレー校C. V. スター東アジア図書館では、2006年以来立命館大学アート・リサーチセンターのご協力を得て日本関連館蔵資料のデジタル化に取り組んでまいりました。このポータルは、これらの日本古典籍デジタル資料の研究、教育、探求を支援するため一般公開するものです。このポータルでは、ARCが撮影した資料画像のみならず、他の研究機関から提供されたデジタル画像も検索できます。新しい資料も随時追加してまいります。

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Since 2006, the C. V. Starr East Asian Library, University of California, Berkeley has been engaged in collaboration with the Art Research Center of Ritsumeikan University to digitize parts of the Library's Japanese collections. This portal provides free access to digital surrogates of these rare and historical sources related to Japan for research, teaching, and exploration. In addition to those digitized by the ARC researchers, the portal also provides access to digital images provided by other research institutes. New materials are added regularly.

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Digital Collections of Keio University Libraries
Arts Literature History Religion & Philosophy Politics

Collection URL: http://dcollections.lib.keio.ac.jp/ja

 慶應義塾大学メディアセンターデジタルコレクション (Keio D Collections) は、慶應義塾大学メディアセンターが所蔵する貴重資料や特殊コレクションを公開するサイトです。
 電子化されたコレクション資料には、解説と目録を付しています。特に記載がないものは、三田メディアセンターが所蔵するコレクションです。

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The Keio University Media Center Digital Collections (Keio D Collections) is a website that brings together rare and special collections owned by the Keio University Media Centers to be made open to the public. The site contains digitalized materials with descriptions and catalog data. Images without these details are part of the Mita Media Center collection.

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