Collection URL: https://www.sagalibdb.jp
This website provides access to material held by Saga prefectural library via databases that we created. This includes index information pertaining to place names and people's names based on the records from the municipalities (prefectures, cities, and towns), as well as images of historical documents, and traditional Japanese music (sounds inclusive).
Collection URL: https://archives.koyasan-u.ac.jp/view/resource/210002?keyword=
Collection URL: https://archives.koyasan-u.ac.jp/view/resource/210001?keyword=
Collection URL: https://archives.koyasan-u.ac.jp/view/resource/110501?keyword=
Collection URL: http://rakusai.nichibun.ac.jp/kokiroku/
Database in kundoku (“Japanese” or explanatory reading) of the full texts of diaries and other old records from the middle part of the Heian period. Now available (as of July 2019) are the following:
Hachijō Shikibukyō Shiki (diary of Prince Motoyasu);
Taikō gyoki (diary of Fujiwara no Onshi);
Shamon Chūzōki (diary of shamon Chūzō);
Motokata kyōki (diary of Fujiwara no Motokata);
Naritokiki (diary of Fujiwara no Naritoki);
Fujiwara no Nobutakaki (diary of Fujiwara no Nobutaka);
Shōyūki (diary of Fujiwara no Sanesuke, 16 parts; now available are parts 1-8, which covers the period 977 to 1017, some portions lost);
Gonki (diary of Fujiwara no Yukinari);
Midō Kanpakuki (diary of Fujiwara no Michinaga);
Ichijō tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Ichijō);
Sakeiki (diary of Minamoto no Tsuneyori. 10 parts; now available are parts 1-5, which covers the period 1009 to 1030, some portions lost);
Shunki (diary of Fujiwara no Sukefusa);
Nitōki (diary of Fujiwara no Norimichi);
Gosuzaku tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Gosuzaku);
Morozane kōki (diary of Fujiwara no Morozane);
Gosanjō tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Gosanjō);
Kanji ninenki (unknown author);
Suenaka kyōki (diary of Fujiwara no Suenaka);
Takashina no Naka-akiraki (diary of Takashina no Naka-akira);
Kiyohara no Shigenoriki (diary of Kiyohara no Shigenori).
This is scheduled to be followed by parts 9-16 of the Shōyūki, parts 6-10 of the Sakeiki, and some documents from Rekidai Zanketsu Nikki (compilation of partially existing old diaries which have historical value).
A digital reproduction of the Saikyūshō, a hand-written copy of the Heian book of rites Saikyūki, which contains numerous fragments of ancient records such as the Daigo tennō gyoki, Rihō ōki, and Kyūreki, is currently available.
Collection URL: https://digital.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/collections/show/56
The Images of Okinawa collection is composed of 195 color slides donated in July 2010 by Ms. Madeleine K. Van Epps, plus 53 black & white photos taken by the United States Civil Administration of the Ryukyu Islands (USCAR).