A pluralistic digital archive using the digital earth to display on it in a multilayered way all the materials gained from such sources as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, the Hiroshima Jogakuin Gaines Association, and the Hachioji Hibakusha (A-bomb Survivors) Association.
Great Kanto Earthquake Japan of September 1923
The Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災写真集 site contains 199 images, which were scanned from black & white still photos matted on a black background.
Bibliographie zur historischen Japanforschung
編年史料(古代)編纂支援資源化データベース MIDOH
ToMuCo : Tokyo Museum Collection
The Tokyo Digital Museum is a digital catalogue of museums funded by the Tokyo Metropolitan Prefecture: Edo-Tokyo Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Museum Of Contemporary Art Tokyo, and Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
Lantern Slides of the Nippon Rikkokai
Lantern Slides of the Nippon Rikkokai provides images of lanternslides, which capture the lives of Japanese immigrants to Americas between the late nineteenth to the early twentieth century.
The Hyakugo Archives Web is an open archive that enables the public to access the Hyakugo Archives Collection, a document archive of a temple spanning from the eighth to the eighteenth century.
Newspaper Clipping Collection, Kobe University Digital Archive
The Newspaper Clipping Collection contains clippings from Japanese newspapers between 1911 and 1970. Whilst its main focus is on economics and business issues, there are also clippings related to social, cultural, domestic, and international affairs
Dictionary of Sources of Classical Japan
The Dictionary of Sources of Classical Japan (Joan Piggott et al. eds., 2006) is now searchable on the Internet. It provides basic terms with regard to Japanese Classical culture in English.
The Nagasaki Shipping List and Advertiser
The Nagasaki Shipping List and Advertiser, founded in 1861, is the first English newspaper in Japan. The archive provides digitised images of the newspaper; a full text search is also available.
The Laures Rare Book Database & Virtual Library
The Laures Rare Book Database & Virtual Library, Kirishitan Bunko, Sophia University is a catalogue and digital gallery containing the works of Jesuit and other missionaries to Japan. The Laures database has been revised from Laures’s seminal descriptive catalogue (1951, 2nd ed.).
Database of Archaeological materials, Yamaguchi University
Database, Center for research of Ancient Culture , Nara Women's University
List of designated cultural properties etc., Gyoda city
Digital Archives, Tomioka Silk, World Heritage Site
Comprehensive Database of Archaeological Site Reports in Japan
Kumagaya Digital Museum
Database of Pioneering Women Researchers ,University Archives, Ochanomizu University
Rare materials, Hirosaki University Library
The Aso Manuscript Collection , Kumamoto University Library
Rare materials, Tokushima University Library
Archive materials, Tohoku History Museum
List of works and materials related to Shokado Shojo
Search for Archive materials, Guma Prefectural Museum of History
Digital Archives, Tohoku University Digital Archives
Search for Archive materials, Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History
Web-OPAC, Yokohama Archives of History
Digital Museum , Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History
Digital Archives, Aomori Prefectural Library
Research materials, Kuroda Memorial Hall
Archive materials, Fukushima Museum
Digital Museum, Naha City Museum of History
History Database of Otsu,
NHK Archives
昭和館デジタルアーカイブ: 昭和館収蔵資料データベース
Search for Archive materials, The Museum,Archaeological Istitute of Kashihara,Nara Prefecture