Resources for Japan Studies: Home

What is in this guide?

This guide is intended to assist researchers looking for information about Japan studies. It also provides links to some resources and information outside of our collections.

If you are looking for materials to learn or teach Japanese language, go to our Resources for Japanese Language Learning and Teaching.

If you have questions or suggestions about this guide, and/or want to set up a research consultation appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Faces of Japan

Shinjuku Gyoen

Tokyo

Yushima Seidō

Tokyo

Nijō Castle

Kyoto

Great Buddha (Daibutsu)

Kamakura

Eiga no mura

Shodoshima

Chirashizushi

Tokyo

Minatomirai

Yokohama

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo

Tōdaiji

Nara

Angel Road

Shodoshima

Great Buddha (Daibutsu)

Nara

Docomo Tower (as seen from Yoyogi)

Tokyo

Tokyo Sky Tree (as seen from Ryōgoku)

Tokyo

Hanami in Shinjuku Gyoen

Tokyo

Arayashiyama Bamboo Grove

Kyoto

Marunouchi District

Tokyo

Deers in Nara Kōen

Nara

Shibuya

Tokyo

Okinawa soba

Okinawa

Sashimi Moriawase

Okinawa

New Year's Day Meal

Okinawa

New Year's Celebration at Shuri Castle

Okinawa

East Asian Librarian

Hsi Chu Bolick
Contact:
Davis Library Global Resources & Area Studies
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(919) 962-1278
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UNC subscribed materials

The site provides access to full-text search of major Japanese newspapers from the past 30 years, including profiles of 1.2 million public and private companies. 

Online web archive that boasts the largest corpus of encyclopedia, dictionaries, reference compilations, and periodical resources (approximately 50 different sources) in Japan.

Monthly magazine of Japanese language and culture.

  • Last Updated: May 18, 2017 4:52 PM
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