Collection URL: https://www.dl.saga-u.ac.jp/ogiNikki/
One of the main characteristics of materials pertaining to the Saga domain such as "Nabeshima Bunko" is the variety of diaries that have been passed on. Many are written by ruling class vassals within the Saga domain, as well as records related to the administration of the domain.
The number of diary index articles amount to 100,000. At the present time, we have made accessible 12,816 items, and we intend to keep adding to this data in the future.
Collection URL: http://archives.pref.okayama.jp/mirador/
The Okayama Prefectural Archives is an institution for gathering and preserving important official documents from Okayama Prefectural Government and historical records of Okayama Prefecture and offering them for public use.
Collection URL: https://www.library.pref.okinawa.jp/archive/
The Okinawa Prefectural Library's rare materials digital archive provides access to digital images from the rare collection (old maps, scrolls, archival documents etc.), so that they are useable and protected.
While our patrons were only able to view these rare materials by physically visiting our institution, we have been able to reach a wider audience, as we are no longer limited by time or place, having made the rare materials digitally available. We hope to not only add the number of items in this digital collection, but to also improve the content by adding background information and explanations of each item.
Collection URL: https://www.iiif.ku-orcas.kansai-u.ac.jp/osaka_gadan/about
Kansai University Library holds over 350 Osaka gadan art.
Osaka gadan art held by Kansai University Library enters on artists such as Kimura Kenkado (1736-1802) and Osaka artists like Ōoka Shunboku (1680-1763) and Nakai Rankо̄ (1766-1830). These are material that shows the Osaka art world in the mid-Edo period.
Collection URL: http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/graphicversion/dbase/otake/index.html
Database of the Otake Dainichi Nyorai engi emaki, a series of three emaki scrolls preserved at the Kōtakuji Shōzen’in temple (Yamagata prefecture), the headquarters and training center of the Haguro Shugendō sect, depicting the provenance of the Otake Dainichi Hall at the same temple. Otake is the name of a woman considered to be an incarnation of the Dainichi (Sk. Mahavairocana) Buddha. This database, also including Otake-related resources in the temple’s collection, was created with the full support of Shōzen’in.