Collection URL: http://db.nichibun.ac.jp/sp1/ja/category/nagasaki.html
Nichibunken’s database of 221 color photographs from among the old Nagasaki maps in the collection of the Nagasaki Municipal Museum, as well as a database of relevant information from the Nagasaki Shiritsu Hakubutsukan shiryō mokuroku: Tosho, chizu, shashin shiryō hen, (Catalogue of Materials in the Nagasaki Municipal Museum: Books, Maps, and Photographs), edited by the Museum.
Data Count:141 items (As of January 2002)
Introducing the most valuable sources among the books and materials that are held at the Naito Museum of Pharmaceutical Science and Industry. [Translated by NCC][7/27/2020]
Collection URL: https://archive.nakano-library.jp
Nakano City's Library has begun digitizing its regional materials from the library in order to disseminate and pass on Nakano's culture.
By digitizing regional materials, we are protecting our culture. Through making it available on the internet as a digital archive, we are transmitting Nakano's culture.
Collection URL: http://shinku.nichibun.ac.jp/namazu/ichiran.php
Collections of namazu-e (catfish prints) owned by Nichibunken. Namazu-e are color prints based on the legend that large catfish living underground can cause earthquakes.
Data Count: 87 items (As of April 2017)
Collection URL: https://imagedb.narahaku.go.jp/
At Nara National Museum, we continuously conduct research and document information pertaining to cultural heritage related to Buddhism. We collect images and basic information on cultural heritage, and showcase our findings through open access.
Collection URL: http://base1.nijl.ac.jp/~jituhaku/
This collection ranges from 1937 to 1944, and consists of paintings, tools, documents, books, and advertisements related to business history.
Data count: 13,911 items (61,964 images)
Collection URL: http://codh.rois.ac.jp/pmjt/
Collection URL: http://www.davidrumsey.com/japan/view.html
When the University of California at Berkeley purchased the Mitsui Library from the Mitsui family in 1949, included among the 100,000 items was a collection of 2,298 maps which had been assembled by Mitsui Takakata (penname: Soken) (1882-1950), the 9th head of the Shinmachi branch of the family. The most unusual part of the collection is the 697 woodblock-print maps (and a few dozen manuscript maps) dating from the Tokugawa period (1600-1867).
Some digital versions of the ukiyo-e, mingei (folk art), and sosaku hanga ("creative") Japanese prints collected by two familes and now held by the Burns Library. Artists include Ando Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Katsukawa Shunko, Kitagawa Utamaro, and Isoda Koryusai.
Collection URL: https://dglb01.ninjal.ac.jp/ninjaldl/
A selection of material from the Research Library of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. Since 2012, we have been providing access to digital images and translated texts. We have chosen important works that can be used as core historical documents to study the history of Japanese language.