Bibliography of reference works for Japanese studies


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Page  II Copyright 1979 Center for Japanese Studies 108 Lane Hall The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Main entry under title: Bibliography of reference works for Japanese studies. Includes index. 1. Japan —Bibliography. 2. Reference books —Japan. 3. Reference books, Japanese —Bibliography. I. Fukuda, Naomi. II. Michigan. University. Center for Japanese Studies. Z3306.B48 [DS806] 016.952 79-26600 Printed in the United States of America

Page  III CONTENTS PREFACE v1 INTRODUCTION Vii EXPLANATORY NOTES ix CHAPTER A, GENERAL WORKS General Reverence Works Bibliography of Bibliographies National Bibliographies Newspapers and Periodicals Government Publications Collections Encyclopedias B. PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 14 Philosophy Japanese Classic Scholars Religion Shinto Buddhism Christianity C. FINE ARTS 31 General Works Cultural Properties Sculpture Buddhist Art Painting Emakimono Ukiyoe Architecture Gardens Calligraphy Ceramics Music Theater No Plays Kyogen Kabuki Puppet Plays New Drama Rakugo Motion Pictures iii

Page  IV CHAPTER D. LANGUAGE 55 Linguistics Dictionaries for Foreign Students Language Dictionaries Grammar Dictionaries Dialects E. LITERATURE 67 General Works Poetry Waka Renga Haiku, Senryu Songs, Ballads Modern Poetry Individual Works Poetry Diaries Monogatari Individual Authors Criticism and Reviews F. HISTORY 91 Historiography Calendars and Era Names History —General Archaeology Ancient History, to 1180 Kamakura to Tokugawa, to 1600 Tokugawa, to 1867 Meiji Restoration Modern, 1868 -War and Postwar Period, 1941 Local History G, BIOGRAPHIES 117 General Works Genealogies Imperial Family Portraits Family Crests Decorations H. GEOGRAPHY 129 General Works Place Names Cartography Atlases Illustrations Travel J. SOCIAL SCIENCES 135 General Works Statistics iv

Page  V CHAPTER K. POLITICAL SCIENCE 142 General Works Diet Election Diplomatic Relations Administration Local Government L. ECONOMICS 152 General Works Economic History Economic Conditions Population Management Money Banking Finance Commerce, Industry Trade M. SOCIOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY 174 Sociology Social Movemnt Labor Living Conditions Social Security Social Work Environment and Pollution Farming Society Women Youth Gerontology Minorities Ethnology Manners and Customs Legends TITLE INDEX 195 v


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Page  VI PREFACE A major publication activity of the Center for Japanese Studies, since its establishment over thirty years ago, has been the Bibliographical Series. Each of the ten volumes in this Series aimed to list and give critical annotations for all Japanese reference and standard works available at the time on a given subject. The volumes have been widely used not only for scholarly research but also for building book collections for universities and private research organizations. What might be regarded as a parallel publication to the Center for Japanese Studies Bibliographical Series was the compilation of Nihon no Sankotosho [Guide to Japanese reference books]. Published first in Japanese in 1962, a revised and translated English version was published by the American Library Association in 1966. The compilation and translation were completed under the supervision of Naomi Fukuda, then the Librarian of the International House of Japan and now its Senior Consultant. The International House of Japan is an organization that aids scholarly research, especially in Japanese Studies. The primary aim in compiling the Guide was to further that objective and to assist Japanese librarians in selecting and using reference books, with emphasis on the use of current books available for purchase. This Bibliography of Reference Works for Japanese Studies is in some ways a stepchild of the above-mentioned works. Many entries have been drawn from the English edition of the Guide, but full descriptions of important works are left to the Center for Japanese Studies Bibliographical Series. The Center for Japanese Studies in conjunction with the International House of Japan is pleased to publish this new work for the use of students of Japan. It is with particular pleasure that the Center acknowledges the generous financial contribution of Dr. Shigeharu Matsumoto, Chairman of the International House of Japan, to the preparation of the manuscript. It is prompted by Dr. Matsumoto's enduring interest in our efforts to advance Japanese studies and his lasting friendship with many of our faculty members who visit the International House. It is a further pleasure to acknowledge a subvention from the Publications Assistance Program of the Japan Foundation for the printing costs of this bibliography. May, 1979 Roger F. Hackett Acting Director Center for Japanese Studies vi


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Page  VII INTRODUCTION This is a selective, classified bibliography of Japanese language reference works for Japanese studies. It is based primarily, but not exclusively, on the holdings of the Asia Library at the University of Michigan. The bibliography covers books published up through 1977 on Generalia, such as encyclopedias and national bibliographies, reference books and source materials in the Humanities, including history and literature, and in the Social Sciences, including political science and sociology. Most of the titles here compiled have been reviewed by students enrolled in Japanese 588: Japanese Bibliography, a course listed under the auspices of the Department of Far Eastern Languages and Literatures for the past seven years. The majority of these students specialized in various disciplines of the Humanities; only a few emphasized the Social Sciences. Subjects not reviewed by the students were dealt with by research assistants on the project who selected titles from the Asia Library holdings and other guides to reference works. These assistants reviewed all student papers and filled gaps in listings where possible. Certain topics have been deliberately omitted because they are too specialized (e.g., suicide, swords), or because the supportive secondary collection is insufficient. We have omitted education as a topic under the Social Sciences because a recently compiled bibliography exists to cover the subject. See Shinichi Watanabe, A Select List of Books on the History of Education in Japan and a Select List of Periodicals on Education, published by the Asia Library and the Center for Japanese Studies, 1976. We have also omitted law because the University's collection is split between the Asia Library and the Law Library; the main highly selective collection is held by the Law Library. The minimal law collection in the Asia Library represents works acquired by request for the study of specific subjects. Science and technology fall beyond the scope of this bibliography; however, a few basic materials have been included such as items on agriculture and industry that fall within the realm of economic conditions. Some subjects covered in this bibliography list a variety of similar dictionaries, while for others there is not a single reference book listed. Thus, the coverage may seem unbalanced for those readers looking for a subject which is barely covered. On this point it should be noted that this bibliography does not include many bibliographies which are found in books or periodicals, unless such a work constitutes a volume in a multivolume book. Romanization remains a problem for any bibliographical project. It has never been standardized for Japanese publications. The National Diet Library retains its own style, while the United States Library of Congress uses the Hepburn system. In this guide we have followed the style of romanization used in Kenkyusha's Japanese-English Dictionary, on the assumption that this dictionary, not library cards, will follow the students wherever they go. Despite the shortcomings in selection and listing mentioned above, we believe this guide will be useful to students in Japanese studies who are beginning a research project, or in need of a ready reference, and for librarians who are involved in a reference acquisitions program, or teaching a course on Japanese bibliography. I would like to offer here special and personal acknowledgement to Prof. Robert H. Brower, Chairman, Department of Far Eastern Languages and Literatures, whose inspiration and encouragement promoted the initiation of this project. I would also like to thank the faculty members and the staff of the Center for Japanese Studies, and the staff of the Asia Library for their continued support and aid over these many years; gratitude is also extended to Dr. Yukihisa Suzuki, Dr. Donald Shively, Dr. Herschel Webb, and Dr. Ryukichi Harada for their valuable advice and assistance in compiling this list. Finally, I would like to acknowledge the very special assistance offered by Mr. Gregory Benadom in gathering and compiling materials; vii

Page  VIII Mr. Bruce Darling in compiling the lists for the Fine Arts section; Mr. Darling also read over the entire manuscript; Dr. Hide Ikehara of Eastern Michigan University Library and Mr. Masaei Saito, Japanese Curator, University of Michigan Asia Library, in checking over the Japanese entries; Dr. Satoru Takeuchi, Professor of Library Science of Shenshu University, in reviewing the section on Buddhism. I offer my gratitude also to those generations of students whose teamwork made this guide possible: Laurel Rodd, Aileen Gatten, Philip Relnick, Walter Ames, Robert Borgen, Robert Leutner, James Wagner, Gregory Benadom, James McClain, James Raphael, Ron Warlo, Julie Winter, Sam Yamashita, Edward Fowler, Nobuko Martin, Maribeth Graybill, Edmond Papantonio, Ken Quattlander, Richard Winslow, Janet Goff, Clinton Morrison, Nancy Morrison, Stanley Howard, Harold Melville, David Owens, Kay Fujihira, Tom Hare, Robert Innes, Karen Mori, Deborah Bernstein, Anne Callaghan, David Fahy, Kenneth Kraft, Terry Sherwin, Haruo Shirane, John Sundstrom, Judy Taylor, Helen Uete, Wayne Lammers, and Charles Quinn. Special mention must also be given here to Kerry Thompson, Allan K. Doyle and Mrs. Nobuko Saito for their effort and care in preparing the final manuscript for publication. November 1979 Naomi Fukuda Center for Japanese Studies The University of Michigan viii


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Page  IX EXPLANATORY NOTES (1) Scope: This bibliography lists books and periodicals found mainly in the Asia Library of the University of Michigan, as of December 1977. Works which were published before that date, but had not reached the Library at that time are not listed. It includes some old and out-of-print books still valuable for reference and research; individual volumes, separately bound supplements and collected sets of serials are given equal treatment. However, parts of books, periodicals, or pamphlets of less than one hundred pages on highly specialized subjects have been omitted. (2) Arrangement: There are three major divisions: General Works, Humanities, and Social Sciences, each followed by subject classes, which are coded for convenient identification. Within each class, materials are grouped roughly by their forms of publication, such as bibliographies, dictionaries, manuals, chronologies, illustrated books, and others. (3) Entries: In this bibliography, when a work is by two authors, the joint authors' names are listed as the main entry, but when there are more than two, only the first person's name on the title page is used. When there are many more authors, the title is the main entry. In any case, entries of the Asia Library have been used as much as possible. Every title has been translated into English and noted in parentheses, unless the work is in English. (4) Annotations: A combination of descriptive and critical annotations was the objective; they are as concise as possible, leaving out obvious descriptions. Cross references from title to title are given whenever necessary. References taken from the Guide to Japanese Reference Books are noted in brackets. (5) Index: Because of the technical format of this bibliography, only titles are listed, in word-by-word alphabetical order with their code numbers. (6) Names of persons: Family name precedes personal name. (7) Japanese terms: Terms commonly used in Japanese studies —such as waka, renga, haiku, monogatari, etc., in literature, han in history, or kana order, etc. —are used without translations. (8) Paging: Up to three pagings, the number of pages in each is given (separated by commas); when a book consists of more than three pagings, the total number of pages is given in parentheses. ix

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Page  1 1 Al-A2a A3-A4 GENERAL WORKS GENERAL REFERENCE WORKS General reference works dealing with many subjects, newspapers, periodicals, yearbooks, library catalogs, publishers' catalogs, and encyclopedias are included. Subject bibliographies are listed with their subjects. For the convenience of students who visit Japanese libraries a brief introduction to libraries is given under A12. Japanese Language Reference Books in English Al Webb, Herschel. Research in Japanese Sources: A Guide. Columbia University, 1965. 170p. Z3301/A2/W37 (Gr. lib.) An excellent general guide to Japanese humanities and social science reference works and to the various problems encountered in using them. In essay style, it covers bibliography, general reference, calendars, weights and measures, monetary units, statistics, biography, geography, word dictionaries, encyclopedias, written sources in general, histories and historical materials, and laws and other government sources. Appended are a style guide, bibliography, and general index. Should be read prior to beginning any serious research on Japan. A2 B -D:;RM Nihon no sanko tosho (Guide to Japanese reference books). Ed. by Kokusai Bunka Kaikan. Nihon Toshokan Kyokai, 1965. 335p. Z/3301/A1/N69 Supplement, 1972. 379p. Z/3301/A1/N69 The 1965 edition was translated into A2a English, entitled Guide to Japanese Reference Books, published by the American Library Association, 1966. 303p. Z/3301/A1/N69/1966 An indexed and annotated guide to Japanese reference books covering all subjects. 1972 supplement is ready for publication in English translation in 1979 by the Library of Congress. A3 The Japan Foundation, Tokyo. An Introductory Bibliography for Japanese Studies. 1974-. (3 vols.) annual. Z/3301/I56 Essay style introduction to books published since 1970. Lists of references at the end of each subject reviewed in English. Author index for each volume. A4 s K a Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, Tokyo. K.B.S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes. Tokyo, 1959-. As of 1971, 24 issues have been published. These are listed below. Z/3304/K81 v.l Generalia, rev. 1971 v.2 Geography and travel, rev. 1973 v.3 History and biography 1963, pt. 1 General to Feudal H2 F15 period 1. 1964, pt. 2 Feudal period 2 1 1965, pt. 3 Source materials v.4 Religion v.5a History of thought 1964, pt. 1 Feudal period 2 1965, pt. 2 Modern period v.5b Education, 1966 v.6a Language, 1961 v.6b Literature to modern B19 B1 E7 1962, pt. 1 General and ancient literature 1966, pt. 2 Heian and KamakuraMuromachi period 1967, pt. 3 Edo period 1967, pt. 4 Modern period 1968, pt. 5 Modern period II v.7a Arts and crafts, 1959 C3 v.7b Theater, dance and music, 1960 C167,C189 v.8 Manners and customs, and folklore, 1961 M126 v.9a Politics K3 v.9b Law, 1968, pt. 1. General, ancient to modern period source materials v.10 Economics, 1969, pt. 1 General, L6 economic history; statistics:

Page  2 2 A5-A6 A7-A8 Agriculture, forestry and fisheries. Economics, pt. 2 Manufacturing, industry, etc. A classified and annotated bibliography of standard works and source materials in the vernacular. Titles are romanized and given translations. Author or title indexes at the end of some volumes. A5 Bibliography of the Humanistic Studies and Social Relations, 1952-1960. 9 numbers. First published by the Ministry of Education, succeeded by the Committee for compiling the bibliography... Z/3303/A4 Lists books and periodical articles under broad subjects: literature, history, philosophy, and social relations. Index for some numbers. A6 Michigan. University. Center for Japanese Studies. Bibliographical Series. No. I-. University of Michigan Press, 1950-. Z/3302/M62 No. 1 A guide to Japanese reference and research materials in the field of political science, by Robert E. Ward. 1950. Rev. ed., 1961. K2 No. 2 A bibliography of Japanese dialects, by Robert H. Brower. 1950. D98 No. 9 Japanese language studies in the Showa period: a guide to Japanese reference and research materials, ed. by Joseph K. Yamagiwa, 1961. D2 No. 10 Japanese sociology and social anthropology: a guide to reference and research materials by Richard K. Beardsley and Nakano Takeshi, 1970. M3 No. 1 and 4 contain items of importance for general bibliographic searching and reference books which are useful for subjects relating to history and political science. No. 8, Japanese literature, contains: Chapter 1 —an outline history of 20th century Japanese literature, including fiction, drama, long poems, (shi) tanka, haiku. Chapter 2 —the basic reference works. Chapter 3 —a bibliograpy of Showa literature. Chapter 4 —anthologies of Showa literature. The bibliography is useful for locating works of authors which appeared in periodicals when authors' anthologies have not yet been published. Printed catalogs of East Asian Vernacular Collections in the United States A7 California. University. Berkeley. Library. East Asiatic Library. Authortitle Catalog. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1968. 13v. Z/881/C22 Subject catalog. 6v. 1st supplement, 2v. 1973. Alphabetical order (1968-1972) 1st supplement —subject catalog. 2v. 1973 Author-title catalog is arranged by radicals and number of strokes according to Mathews Chinese-English dictionary. Its Volumes 12-13 list books which are not filed in the main volumes, because they are in English or in characters which were changed to give a place in the main volumes. Check lists of periodical holdings are included, a convenient source once the titles are located in the catalog. A well-rounded collection, especially in the humanities. The special collection of Meiji period literature known as Murakami Bunko is not included in the catalog, but most of the titles in this Bunko are available through Meiji bungaku shomoku (E12). No. 3 Bibliographic materials in the Japanese language on Far Eastern archeology and ethnology, by Richard K. Beardsley and others, 1950. Rev. ed. 1971. FE No. 4 Japanese history: a guide to Japanese reference and research materials, by John W. Hall. 195Z 37 4. F14 Author and title index for this number was prepared and distributed by the School for Oriental Studies, University College, Canberra, Australia. No. 5 Japanese economics: a guide to Japanese reference and research materials, by Charles F. Remer and Kawai Saburo, 1956. L5 No. 6 Japanese geography: a guide to Japanese reference and research materials, by Robert B. Hall and Noh Toshio, 1956. Rev. ed. 1970. H1 No. 7 Japanese religion and philosophy: a guide to reference and research materials, by Donald Holzman, with Motoyama Yukihiko and others, 1959. B17 No. 8 Japanese literature of the Showa period: a guide to Japanese reference and research materials, by Joseph K. Yamagiwa, 1959. E13 A8 Stanford University. Hoover Institution on

Page  3 3 A9-A12 A13-A15 War, Revolution and Peace. East Asian Collection. The Library Catalogs: Catalog of the Japanese Collection. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1969. 7v. Z/881/S72 One of the best collections on modern Japan, strong in politics, economics, social conditions and modern history, Japanese works on China, including wartime publications, government documents, etc. Arranged in a dictionary style. Periodicals are included, but without a check list. A9 United States. Library of Congress. Far Eastern Languages Catalog. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1972. 22v. Z/3009/U56 A dictionary catalog covering Chinese, Japanese, and Korean works processed by the Library of Congress since 1958. Lists about 55,000 Japanese titles. A10 Chicago. University. Catalogs of the Far Eastern Library. Japanese collection. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1973. Author-title. 4v. Z/881/C532. Classified Catalog and Subject Index. 6v. Z/881/C533 All Michigan. University. Ann Arbor. Library. Asia Library. Catalog of the Asia Library, v. 14-25, Japan and Korea. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1978. Z/881 A dictionary catalog of a well-rounded collection in all fields, perhaps better in statistical materials and local history than some other collections in the United States. Directories of Libraries There is no conveniently compiled general directory of libraries, but each library may have its own introductory circular. A12 Nihon no toshokan (Z/846/J3/A1/N68) has an English title: Statistics on libraries in Japan, compiled and published by the Japan Library Association annually. It gives names of libraries but no addresses or daily service hours, etc. National Diet Library, Tokyo: Open to college students and general adult public. Hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the special room users, who include foreign scholars. They are admitted by applying for a pass at the International Relations' Office. The users of this room are allowed to keep books they take out of the stacks on a reserve shelf for some length of time without returning them every time they use the books. The main reading rooms are closed at around 6:00 p.m. The library is closed on Sundays and national holidays. Information about and introductions to other libraries and special collections may be obtained at the international office. Public libraries: each prefecture has a central library, usually at the capital of the prefecture; e.g., Okayama Kenritsu Toshokan at Okayama city. Local history materials are collected and sometimes published by these libraries as their special project. They are open to the public and give services to outlying areas of the prefecture. A13 Special libraries: Directory of Special Libraries, Japan. Compiled and published by the Special Library Association, with statistics on information centers. 503p. 1976. A good directory. Lists libraries of companies, government ministries, research institutes, universities, national and local legislatures, etc. Arranged alphabetically by names of libraries. Indexed by types of libraries and industries. Japanese title: Semmon joho kikan soran, ed. by Semmon Toshokan Kyogikai. 1976. Z/854/J3/S47 University libraries: For use by faculty members and registered students of the university. Others must have proper introductions. Bibliography of Bibliographies A14 Xff rA 5 HP * _I'4St= Amano, Keitaro. Honpo shoshi no shoshi (A bibliography of Japanese bibliographies). Osaka, Mamiya Shoten, 1933. 370p. Z/3301/A481 The list begins with Kukai's Goshorai mokuroku of 1277 and ends with 1932. 4373 items on all subjects listed, including 200 pre-Meiji bibliographies. A15 XSfS *:M Amano, Keitaro. Nihon shoshi no shoshi (A bibliography of Japanese bibliographies). Gannando Shoten, 1973. (v. 1) 671p. Z/3301/A481/1973 Lists 6335 items published up to 1965 on general bibliographies, v. 2 to be published on specific subjects, the entire work to be completed in 4 volumes. Besides the items on general subjects listed in the 1931 edition of Honpo

Page  4 4 A16-A18 A19-A23 shoshi no shoshi, this lists catalogs of all the institutional libraries, e.g. government ministries, schools, public, research institutes, etc.; also library catalogs of private organizations and libraries of private ownership. P. 414 -647 covers listings of bio-bibliographies. National Bibliographies The national bibliography of Japan (A35) was the first publication of the National Diet Library when it was established in 1948. Publications prior to 1948 are covered by Kokusho somokuroku (A16), covering all recorded existing titles through the Tokugawa period, and Meijiki kanko tosho mokuroku (A23). The gap between Meiji and 1948 must be covered by trade catalogs, e.g. Shuppan nenkan (A29)(A30)(A31). Pre-Meiji (to 1868) A16,Ht Kokusho somokuroku (General catalog of Japanese books). Iwanami Shoten, 1963 -1971. 8v. Index v. 1976. Z/3302/I9 Lists about 500,000 existing Japanese books in 427 libraries. Excludes documents except a few important works on lives of common people. Arranged by title in kana order, each with reading, number of volumes, alternate titles, subjects, author, date, whether manuscript or printed, and location in collected works and/or ownership. V. 8 lists collected works published up to 1964 and used in the main listing with content notes. A17 CF. Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Zenshu sosho saimoku soran (Comprehensive index to collected works and series). Kotenhen (Classics), Kinokuniya, 1973. 2v. Z/3301/K85 Lists, with contents, collected works and series published since 1868 through 1970, containing mostly pre-Meiji publications. Index in v. 2. A18 Hit Honcho shojaku mokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese books). Anonymous. In Gunsho ruiju (A64). AC/145/H23 Published at the end of the 13th century, the oldest catalog of books in Japan. A19 fit LO~~ Shido Bunko. Edo jidai shorin shuppan shoseki mokuroku shusei (Collections of catalogs of trade books, 1600-1867). Inoue Shobo, 1962-64. 4v. Z/3308/A39/K27 Shido Bunko is a rare book library of the Keio Gijuku University, Tokyo. This collection of catalogs is a reprint of 15 trade catalogs. Index in v. 4. A20 1 1 m~ ^ Yajima, Genryo. Tokugawa jidai shuppansha shuppanbutsu shuran (Collection of Tokugawa period trade books). Sendai, the publisher, 1976. 269, 58, 99p. Z/3301/Y22/1976. Tokugawa jidai shuppansha shuppanbutsu shuran zokuhen. 101, 16, 30p. Lists publishers and their publications. Index by author and title. A21;7jtjf)i Ai-ft ^ i i fi Kasai, Sukeji. Kinsei hank5 ni okeru shuppansho no kenkyu (Tokugawa period books published in han schools). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1962. 94, 693p. Z/3302/K35 Analytical study of about 800 works published by over 120 han schools. Arranged by geographical regions, then by han, giving school name, year founded, daimyo, name of the kuni, income (kokudaka) and family status. Lists publications under han. Index and illustrations of books. A22 Jt fi Samura, Hachird. Kokusho kaidai (Annotated bibliography of Japanese books) rev. and enl. Rikug5kan, 1929. 2v. PL/848/S18 Covers 25,000 titles from ancient times to 1867, including all subjects, with biography of authors in the annotations. Meiji Period 1868-1912 A23 B BlW4<ff BJ!^ff mEg Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Meijiki kanko tosho mokuroku (Catalog of books published in Meiji period). Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan, 1971-1976. 6v. Z/955/J3/A55 A classified list of about 120,000 titles in the former Imperial Library, now transferred to the National Diet Library. V. 6

Page  5 5 A24-A27 A28-A34 is a title index. A24 HH~m JZ Meiji zenki shomoku shusei (Collection of catalogs of books published in the early Meiji period). Compiled by Meiji Bunken Shiryo Kankokai, Meiji Bunken, 1971-1975. 20v. Z/3301/M48 Collection of reprints of various catalogs. Includes monthly checklists of books sent in to the Ministry of the Interior for inspection from 1878 on to about 1888. The last two volumes contain a general catalog of books in print in 1893, indexed by i-ro-ha order by titles, by classifications and by publishers, and English books in alphabetical order. A25 -HA;W-JW__Ifi:lJ- _$ HM Meiji shoki santo shinkoku shomoku (Early Meiji books published in the three cities: Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka). Compiled by Asakura Haruhiko and Sakuma Nobuko. Nihon Kosho Tsushinsha, 1971. 481p. Z/3301/A75 Reprints of the three titles as follows: Boshin irai shinkoku shomoku benran (List of new books since 1868). Tokyo, 1874. Goishin irai Kyoto shinkoku shomoku (List of new books published in Kyoto since 1868). 1874. Boshin irai shinkoku shomoku ichiran (List of new books since 1868). Osaka, 1874. Titles contained in these lists will be found in Alihon shuppan hyakunenshi nenpyo. See A41. Z/4633/N67 A26 Afi j q jnHW~Q5 ( Takechi, Yoshio. Meiji bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of Meiji literature). Nihon Hybronsha, 1932. 316p. Z/3306/T14 Classified list of about 4200 works published 1868-1890, with names of authors in kana order in pt. 2. Post-Meiji Period: Covers the period from the end of Meiji through World War II A27 ly,, Tokyo Shosekisho Kumiai tosho s5mokuroku (Tokyo Publishers' Association's catalog of books). Tokyo Shosekisho Kumiai, 1893-1940. 9v. Z/3303/T63 The most comprehensive lists of prewar books; v. 1 (1893) lists 9,867 titles arranged by publishers with index in Japanese (i-ro-ha) order and classified index. V. 2 (same year as v. 1) lists 10,844 titles; v. 3 (1906), 18,844 titles; v. 4 (1911), 20,908 titles; v. 5 (1918), 19,806 titles; and v. 6 (1923), 22,506 titles. The 1929 edition excludes out-of-print titles which were lost in the 1923 earthquake and lists 16,617 titles indexed according to Japanese kana order by authors and subjects. The last, v. 9, lists 38,000 titles. [All] A28 j\JtlH j i~t:it,, Kyodo Shuppansha. Gendai tosho sogo mokuroku (Union catalog of current books) 1944. Nihon Shuppan Haikyu, 1944. 1416p. A29 tf;j&4 Shuppan nenkan (Publishers' yearbook) 1926-1928. Kokusai Shicho Kenkyukai, 1926-1928. 3v. Z/3303/S558 Classified lists with newspaper and periodical titles, survey articles, laws, and regulations. [A13] A30 l4ji-F Shuppan nenkan (Publishers' yearbook) 1929-1940. Tokyo Shosekisho Kumiai, 1929-1940. 12v. Z/3303/S559 Lists of books selected from publications presented to the Ministry of Interior for censorship. The last edition (covering 1939) lists about 28,000 books and 920 government publications. [A14] A31 tjfi4t Shuppan nenkan (Publishers' yearbook) 1930-1941. Tokyod5, 1930-1941. 12v. Z/3303/S561 The forerunner of A37. Based on the monthly Tokyodo geppo, gives classified lists of books, publishing and reading trends, library activities, statistics, obituaries, and bibliography of books. Includes lists of books not for sale and government publications. [A15] A32 [:-HF Shoseki nenkan (Yearbook of books) 1942. Ky5od Shuppansha, 1942. 1426p. Z/3303/S557 A33 H p*iJ4F Nihon shuppan nenkan (Japan publishers' yearbook) 1943-1948. Ky5od Shuppansha, 1943-1948. 3v. Z/3303/N68 There is no record for 1948-49 comparable to A37. A34 H ~ MPHW

Page  6 6 A35-A37 A38-A41 Nihon sogo tosho mokuroku (General catalog of Japanese books). 1958-. Comp. by Nihon Shoseki Shuppan Kyokai, 1958 -37v. Annual. Z/3301/N72 Lists books in print in separate volumes on natural and applied sciences, humanities, social sciences, literature, art, language, dictionaries, juvenile books, and books of summaries for students. Arranged by Nippon Decimal Classification. Each title designated as either popular or scholarly. [A18] Post World War II Contemporary Period A35 J3[],t i Zen Nihon shuppanbutsu somokuroku (Japanese national bibliography). 1948-. Comp. by Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. 1951-. Annual. Z/3303/A368 Nos. 1 and 2 cover from April 1948 through Dec. 1949. Became an annual with no. 3, listing new publications acquired by National Diet Library during the previous year. Corrects omissions to make the bibliography as complete as possible. Divided into government and nongovernment sections, subdivided into monographs, periodicals, and others, including Braille, discs (to 1956), and motion pictures (to 1956). The latest edition (1975) issued in 1979. An annual cumulation of the following: [A9] A36 PMit Nohon shuho (Current acquisitions weekly). No. 1-. Comp. by Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. June, 1955-. Weekly Z/3305/A345 Has a most comprehensive coverage. Published since Sept. 1948, appearing with varying frequency until it became a weekly. Divided into government and nongovernment sections, the former arranged by institutions and the latter classified by NDC. Used as a copyright register and a checklist for ordering printed cards. From 1978 no. 1 added readings of names of authors, titles, subject headings in kana, and card numbers. [A9a] during the year. Gives publisheng trends, statistics, and directories. Indexed each year from 1952 edition on. Only comprehensive source for finding books of the year; serves as a national bibliography until A35 above is published. This is an annual cumulation of the following: [A10]. A38 t - Xz —7 Shuppan nyusu (Publisher's news). 1-. Comp. by Shuppan Nyususha. 1946-. 3 times a month. No. Nov. Classified list of new trade books, giving authors, titles, sizes, pages, prices, publishers and NDC numbers. Discusses publishing trends, foreign news, forthcoming books, and topical bibliographies. The last issue of each month contains an index of articles on books and libraries. Has been in publication since 1941 under different titles. [AlOa] A39 HJ 7 4T I Nihon shoseki somokuroku (Catalog of Japanese books in print). Nihon Shoseki Shuppan Kyokai, 1977. 2v. Z/3303/N67 Lists a total of 187,688 titles in print as of September 1977, reported by 2156 publishers. Excluded are periodicals, government publications, textbooks, pamphlets, maps and sheet music. Separate list of English books published in Japan. Arranged in kana order by title. V. 2 is an author index arranged in kana order by names. A40 f IlJtt s (~ Benri na bunko no somokuroku (Handy catalot of books in publishers' libraries) Bunko no kai, 1968-. Annual. Z/1033/S5/B47 Index of titles and works in collections, and authors, arranged in kana order. Supplementary Sources A41 Ha A- []>jJKH~ WAz Nihon Shoseki Shuppan Kyokai. Nihon shuppan hyakunenshi nenpyo (One hundred years of Japanese publishing). 1968. 1127p. Z/463.3/N67 Chronology of events relating to publishing, titles of books and series published, with reference to legislative, economic, social, educational background to publishing. Covers 1868-1968, with preliminary section beginning from 1851. A37 4f-SE Shuppan nenkan 1950-. Comp. 1951-. (Publishers' yearbook). by Shuppan Nyususha. Z/3303/S562 Classified list of new trade books, reprints, and periodicals published

Page  7 7 A42-A47 A48-A50 A42 "-iJ -fEt-gjj+ Iwanami Shoten. Iwanami Shoten gojunen (The first 50 years of Iwanami Shoten). 1963. 602p. Z/463.3/I82/A2 Chronology of Iwanami publications from 1913 to 1963, including monographs, series and periodicals, with reference to history of the Iwanami, booktrade, and political conditions of the time. Appendix includes authors' name index in kana order, collected works index in chronological order of publication, indexes of koza series, magazines, etc. A43 ni':t ~ LL 'A+ Ot Heibonsha. Heibonsha rokujunenshi (Sixty years of Heibonsha). Heibonsha Kyoiku Sangyo Senta, 1974. 264, 148p. Z/463.3/H45/095 Gives the history of Heibonsha from 1924 to 1973, chronological listing of all its publications with title index, chronology of developments of the company, and the publishing world. Library Catalogs A44 jA1li l$ Teikoku Toshokan wa-kan tosho shomei mokuroku (Title catalog of Japanese and Chinese books in the Imperial Library). 1899-1962. 12v. Z/955/J3/A3 A45 FARz-XRMl Hmff M-4 EM f H I Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan Shibu Ueno Toshokan wa-kanjo shomei mokuroku. Kosho no bu (Catalog of Japanese and Chinese books in the Ueno Branch of the National Diet Library. Old books). 1952-1959. 2v. Z/955/J3 A46 J[ [A _ - H] M ~ ---f j Teikoku Toshokan Kokuritsu Toshokan wakan tosho bunrui mokuroku (Classified catalog of Japanese and Chinese books added to Imperial Library and the succeeding National Library). Jan. 1941 -March 1949. Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan, 1964. 1144p. Z/955/J3 A47 D9 -MA` Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan zosho mokuroku (National Diet Library catalog). 1948-1958 ed. Published 1960-1968. 5v. V. 5: Title index in alphabetical order. Author index at the end of each classified volume. Z/955/J3/A51 1959-1968 ed. Published 1970-1977. lOv. V. 10: Title index, author index at end of each classified volume. Z/955/J3/A51 Many large public and university libraries as well as special libraries have published catalogs of their holdings. These are useful for checking titles. See Nihon shoshi no shoshi [A15] p. 96-309; also Guide to Japanese Reference Books [A2] p. 13-16. A48 - \LS 1^ ~ H3' Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Zenkoku tokushu korekushon yoran (Directory of special collections in Japanese libraries). rev. ed. 1977. 217, 46p. Z/688/A2/K75/1977 Lists 2,960 special collections covering all subjects in public, university, and special libraries in Japan. Arranged by prefecture and, under prefecture, libraries which own the collection. Gives a brief description, conditions for use, tells whether catalog is in print or in card form. Index. Newspapers and Periodicals General catalogs, directories, union catalogs of periodicals, and indexes to newspaper and periodical articles are listed. A49 X,~ ai1 X7tr Tokyo Teikoku Daigaku Hogakubu. Totenko. Naigai Tsushinsha, 1930-1941. 3v. Z/955/T635 A catalog of Meiji period newspapers and magazines in the Law Library of Tokyo Imperial University. Lists three quarters of some 6,000 titles published during the period (1868-1912). Gives for each title biographical data, bibliographies on the publication, and special numbers, if any. Illustrations. A50 [A \LN- R M tR' Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Wazasshi mokuroku (Catalog of Japanese periodicals). 1974. 1403p. Z/6958/J3/K77 Lists 25,829 titles processed by the end of 1973. Titles in Japanese are arranged in kana order, while those in Western languages are arranged in alphabetical order and listed at the end. Gives the numbers and dates of their holdings. This supercedes the catalog of periodicals and newspapers in the former Imperial Library at Ueno and except for newspapers, the catalog of periodical publications Chikuji kankobutsu mokuroku of the National Diet Library, an annual since 1955 to 1973, and Wazasshi mokurokuko (Draft catalog of...) of 1969.

Page  8 8 A51-A55 A56-A58 A51 }&jC\T f-W) 1QJ j I it Mombusho Daigaku Gakujutsukyoku. Gakujutsu zasshi sogo mokuroku (Union list of scholarly journals). Jinbun kagaku wabunhen (Humanities. Japanese language). Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, rev. enl. ed. 1973. Z/6945/G22 Alphabetical listing of 24,000 periodical titles in 294 libraries, including the National Diet Library, university and college libraries, government and nongovernment research institutions. Gives the first date of publication, and location with numbers of holdings for each title. A52 1S, fMt /M L SJ~_t<Ha Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Zenkoku kokyo toshokan chikuji kankobutsu sogo mokuroku (Union catalog of periodicals in public libraries in Japan). 1963-68. 6v. Z/6958/J3/K78 Arranged by regions: Kinki, TokaiHokuriku, Kanto, Chugoku-Shikoku, KitaNihon and Kyushu; each classified under government publications, newspapers, periodicals, yearbooks and statistics, directories and catalogs. A53 H f iH*0 H rFs P t{ Nihon Shinbun Zasshi Chosakai. Nihon shinbun zasshi benran (Directory of Japanese newspapers and periodicals). Masukomi Shiryo Senta, 1966-. Annual. Z/6958/J3/N67 Lists currently published newspapers and periodicals, both national and local. Newspaper Indexes A54 fB3- HQ MI MfEJ Mainichi nyusu jiten: Mainichi Shinbun kijishoroku (Mainichi news dictionary: Extracts of Mainichi newspaper articles). 1973- nenkan. Mainichi Shinbunsha. Annual. AI/21/M25 News items in the newspaper during the year are listed by topics in kana order with brief summaries and corresponding dates. Cross referenced. Appendix lists treaties and laws promulgated during the year. Illustrations at the end. A55 NH7 TQrg1CDG\q1L Nyusu iyabukku: Asahi Shinbun no sakuin to shoroku (News yearbook: index and extracts of the Asahi Newspapers) 1973 -Asahi Shinbunsha, 1974-. Annual. AI/21/A78 Three separate indexes: general news topics, persons in the news, and advertisements appearing in the paper during the year, each in kana order. Cross referenced. A brief summary and dates of occurence are given for each entry. See also monthly abridged editions of major newspapers. At the beginning of each issue there is an extensive table of contents which may be used in checking incidents, but as it takes about three months for the library to get them the gap in indexing may be filled by New York Times indexes for major events. Periodical Indexes A56 A,|J A Zasshi kiji sakuin. Jinbun shakai kagaku hen (Japanese periodical index. Humanities and social sciences). Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan, 1948-. Monthly, quarterly, semi-annual. Z/3303/A362 Five-year cumulative editions follow: A57 A'M*Ati^ Sa 1J Zasshi kiji sakuin. Jinbun shakai hen. Ruiseki sakuin ban (Japanese periodical index. Humanities and social sciences. Cumulative edition). Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Nichigai Associations, Inc. 1975-. Distributed by Kinokuniya Shoten. AI/19/J3/Z32 Part 1 covering 1970-74 was published first, followed by the previous five years, 1965-1969, each in 11 volumes. Classified by subjects. A58 ^^| _____.._____ Sosakuin (Index). V. 1 is the author index to the above 22 volumes, 1965-1974. V. 2 covers subjects. Author index includes names of editors, translators, revisors, etc. All names given in article are cited without regard to variants such as pen names, real names, etc. In kana order, each entry gives location in the main index volume and page numbers. Approximately 40,000 subject headings listed for 500,000 or so articles entered in the main index volumes, divided according to subject matter, titles, type of article, and names. In kana order, within these divisions. Gives index to the subjects, titles, and names at the

Page  9 9 A59-A61 A61 (cont.) beginning and foreign language titles and names listed alphabetically at the end. Cross referenced. Where applicable, entries are divided into sub-categories. Thorough-going and easy to use. For 1975 and 1976, indexes are published in semi-annual cumulation, by Kokuritsu Kokkai Tosho kan, supplemented by author index for each year. Continued as quarterly from 1977. A59 i2JE OIEJti Watanabe, Masao. Meiji zenki gakujutsu zasshi ronbun kiji soran (A bibliography of articles in early Meiji scholarly periodicals). Yugakusha, 1971. xiii, 510p. AI/19/J3/W32 Lists approximately 14,500 references to articles published through 1886 (Meiji 20) in Japan as well as entries for articles relating to Japan in foreign learned journals. Classified by subjects, the entries give title, author, name of the periodical, date, and pagination. Some articles are listed more than once under different categories. Foreign language articles are listed in the original language. Pagination indicated in reprints, etc. when necessary. All magazine titles are given in full. A60 ~B~Rc ~[!?,p1 Amano, Keitaro. Zasshi somokuji sakuin shuran (Checklist of tables of contents and general indexes of periodicals) enlarged ed. Kosho Tsushinsha, 1969. 212p. Z/6958/J3/A58 Lists 1973 periodical titles with their indexes or collections of tables of contents. Includes 22 Chinese titles, indexed in Japan. Each entry is classified under a subject heading, and gives the number of issues and their dates covered in the index. Appended are index of periodical titles, and a bibliography of bibliographies of periodicals and newspapers. A61 HPQUA- 7 Utti Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bunkakei bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of literature, philosophy and history) 1952-1975. 27v. Z/3301/A4 Former title: Bungaku tetsugaku shigaku buken mokuroku. Includes monographic works, pamphlets, periodical and newspaper articles published since 1945, grouped in series of specific subjects. Each volume contains classified lists and indexes, though criteria for selection of items differs in each issue. Published series follow: 1. Nihon bungaku hen (Japanese literature) and supp. 1945-1954. 1952-1969. 3v. 2, 12, 18. Seiyobungaku gogaku hen (Western literature and languages) and supp. 1945-1964. 1954-1965. 3v. 3. Toyo bungaku gogaku hen (Oriental literature and languages) and supp. 1945-1956. 1954-1958. 2v. 4. Shukyo kankei gakujutsu hen (Religion) 1945-1954. 1955. 151p. 5. Nihon minzokugaku hen (Japanese folklore) 1945-1954. 1955. 138p. 6. Kokugogaku hen (Japanese language) 1945-1955. 1957. 281p. 7, 22. Kyoikugaku hen (Pedagogy) 1945 -1970. 1958-1971. 3v. 8. Nihon kodaishi hen (Ancient history of Japan) 1946-1957. 1959. 122p. 9. Seiyo kotengaku hen (Western classics) 1868-1957. 1960. 189p. 10. Chugoku tetsugaku shiso hen (Chinese philosophy) 1945-1959. 1960. 293p. 11. Bigaku hen (Aesthetics) 1945-1959. 1961. 148p. 13. Bunka jinruigaku hen (Cultural anthropology) 1945-1961. 1962. 95p. 14. Nihon kindaishi, denki hen (Modern history of Japan and biography) 1935 -1961. 1963. 65p. 15. Nihonjin no seikaku kenkyu hen (Personality studies on Japanese people) 1945-1961. 1963. 177p. Includes some prewar items. 16. Rinrigaku hen (Ethics) 1945-1963. 1963. 250p. 17. Kokogaku hen (Archaelogy) 1964. 84p. 19. Shakaigaku hen (Sociology) 1883-1964. 1966. 267p. 20. Shinrigaku hen (Psychology) 1962-1966. 1967-1968. 2v. 23. Itariya bungaku hen (Italian literature) pt. 1 1888-1974. 1975. 93p. Government Publications For current publications Seifu Kankobutsu Sabisu Senta publishes a monthly called Seifu kankzbutsu geppD, 1957-. However, this does not cover all the publications and the Center sells only those they have in the sales shop and does not search for other titles. Nohon shuho (Weekly acquisitions) of Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan lists more titles which they receive regularly from various ministries and institutions of the government as well as local government. These titles are accumulated and published annually as a separate volume of the Zen Nihon shuppanbutsu somokuroku, A35, or included as a supplementary section to that publication.

Page  10 10 A62-A64 A65-A68 A62 L 7 A- M f If r-IlJ f, BI Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Kanch5 kankobutsu sogo mokuroku (Union catalog of government publications) 1952-1960. 8v. Z/3305/A33 Lists monographs and periodicals published by central government. Arranged by Nihon Decimal Classification with library locations. V. 1 covers from Sept. 1945 through 1950. Became an annual from v. 3, 1953, and ceased publication with v. 8, 1958, superceded by Nohon shuho, A36. Index of publishing government agencies. [A39] A63 M AL, M [MTF I J tut HV Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Kuni no kankobutsu kaisetsu mokuroku (Government publications of Japan —an annotated catalog). Z/3305/K85 1971 ed. covers years 1968-1970; lists 2,500 selected titles with descriptive annotations. 1975 ed. covers years 1970-1974; lists 6,450 titles. Both editions give first date of publication and frequency of publication. Collections There are many sets or collections of books, both ancient and modern, but this Gunsho ruiju set contains classical literature which cannot be found in other sets or in monographic formats. A64 *{W&-,E! Hanawa, Hokiichi. Gunsho ruiju (Classified collection of miscellaneous books). Naigai Shoseki Kaisha, 1928-1931. 39v. AC/145/H23 Hanawa Hokiichi (1746-1821) began this project in 1779 to preserve ancient records that he felt were quickly disappearing. The Tokugawa Bakufu later supported him in this project and opened a bureau called the Wagaku Kodanjo where Hanawa, who was blind, worked with his many assistants. The materials in this collection are divided into twenty-five categories: 1. Jingi (Shinto) 2. Teio (Emperors) 3. Funin (Court appointments) 4. Keifu (Genealogies) 5. Denki (Biographies) 6. Kanshoku (Official posts) 7. Ritsuryo (Laws) 8. Kuji (Ceremonies) 9. Shozoku (Costume) 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Bunpitsu (Writings) Shosoku (Letters) Waka Renga Monogatari Nikki (Diaries) Kiko (Travel journals) Kangen (Music) Kemari (Football) Takabu (Falconry) Yugi (Games) Inshoku (Food, drink) Kassen (Battles) Buke (Warriors) Shakke (Priests) Zatsu (Miscellaneous) A65 f{~+- M l{ Hanawa, Hokiichi. Zoku gunsho ruiju (Classified collection of Japanese classics —second series). Zoku Gunsho Ruiju Kanseikai, 1931-1933. 72v. AC/145/H232 Classified into 25 categories as in Gunsho ruiju; v. 1 contains the general index. A66 MLi "f Zoku zoku gunsho ruiju (Classified collection of Japanese classics —third series). Kokusho Kank5kai, 1906-1909. 22v. AC/145/K78 Divided into twelve categories, with a short annotation to each document. Supplement to the two previous series. (The dates of publication vary because there are other reprint editions.) A67 fi ' tRtT Shinko gunsho ruiju (Newly revised Gunsho ruij5, classified collection of Japanese classics). Revised by Ueda Kazutoshi and others. Naigai Shoseki Kabushiki Kaisha, 1928-1937. 24v. AC/145/H13 Each volume gives annotations to the items contained. Where the texts were revised, sources are noted by symbols. V. 23 is an index to poems in the collection of poetry books. V. 24 contains an index of titles, and a general index to the main texts except the poetry books, according to the 25 classifications of Gunsho ruiju, arranged in kana order within each classification. A68 fi:-tPM Shin gunsho ruiju (New collection of classics classified by subjects) revised by Koda Rohan and Mizutani Futo. Kokusho Kankokai, 1906-1908. lOv. (Kokusho Kank5kai sosho, Series 1, v. 23-32) AC/145/K78

Page  11 11 A69-A72 A73-A8G A collection of more than 100 works of literature, poetry, and drama written in the Tokugawa period, 1600-1868, and not included in Gunsho ruiiju. A69 9fMW Gunsho kaidai (Explanations of books in Gunsho ruiju). Zoku Gunsho Ruiju Kanseikai, 1960-1967. 31v. Z/3301/G97 Annotates each book in the Gunsho ruiju, Zoku gunsho ruiju with v. 23 as an index to location of each item in the main series and also in the Gunsho kaidai for its annotation. Each item gives the author, circumstances of the writing, and discussion of the text. ENCYCLOPEDIAS Encyclopedias, newspaper yearbooks, dictionaries of origins of things, indexes of miscellanies having comprehensive coverage of subjects are listed. Bibliographies A70 Yamagiwa, Joseph K. Bibliography of Japanese Encyclopedias and Dictionaries. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Panel of Far Eastern Language Institutes of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, 1968. 139p. Z/5844/J3/Y18 Lists 1092 titles with annotations, classified under General, Language, Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Technology, and including biographies, terms, etc. under each subject. Useful romanized lists of publishers appended. A71 LK &4- vSO Shuppan Nenkan Henshubu. Jiten, jiten sogo mokuroku (A list of dictionaries and encyclopedias). Shuppan Nyususha, 1961- Annual. Z/1033/D5/S57 Lists and annotates about 5,000 titles published from 1868 to 1974 in kana order; no subject approach, no index. A73 Hfflt1J th}fo RTA$ Tsukuda, Jitsuo and Inamura, Tetsugen. Jiten no jiten (Dictionary of dictionaries). Bunwa Shobo, 1975. 260, 67p. Z/5849/J3/J65 A readable dictionary of more than 1,000 titles of dictionaries published before June 1974, grouped by uses and topics, and annotated with emphasis on uses. Lists of dictionaries of terms on special subjects, white papers, collections of laws, illustrations, atlases, etc. which are not introduced in the main paging are appended. Title index at the end. Historical Dictionaries See Jiten no jiten (A73), pp. 33-44. A74 ' i f {r Minamoto, Shitago. Wamyo ruijushu (Collection of Japanese names). Said to have been published at the beginning of the 10th century. A75 1t _ A, 1 Gyoyo, Priest. Ainosho 1446. mss. reprint ed. 1968. A#/3/J62 A76 Thrs Setsuyoshu. Published in the middle of Muromachi period (1392-1573), this was a dictionary of words arranged in i-ro-ha order. Through many revisions and enlargements it developed into an encyclopedic dictionary and was used until the early Meiji period (1868-1912). PL/675/A2/S5 (1769, 1864, etc.) A77 IbM ftiEt M Terajima, Ry5an. Wa-Kan sansai zue. 1712. AE/90/J3/T32 A78 -4; [ X Kitamura, Nobuyo. Kiyu shoran. 1830. (In Nihon zuihitsu taisei 2nd ser. suppl. 1929). 2v. Index at the beginning of each volume. See A92. A79 @ftd&t r Yashiro, Hirokata. Kokon yoranko. Compiled by the order of the Bakufu, but the death of the author left the work incomplete. (In Kokusho Kankokai sosho). AC/145/K78/ser.l, v. 1-6. A80 4t~-]nF A; A short list of encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks in print for the year. No annotation. Jiten RA jiten s% applies to lexicon, while to cyclopedia. A72,WEM Mkt RZVMN Sogo, Masaaki and Asakura, Haruhiko. Jisho kaidai jiten (Annotated dictionary of dictionaries). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1977. 3,583p. Z/5849/J3/J62

Page  12 12 A81-A82 A83-A86 Jingu Shicho. Koji ruien (Historical encyclopedia of Japan). Reprint ed. Hyogensha, 1927-1930. 51v. AE/35.2/K78/1927 A collection of primary source materials touching all phases of pre-modern Japanese life, institutions, literature, society, industry, astronomy, geology, customs, etc. Useful manual for initial stages of historical research. Each subject has an introduction, resume, marginal headings, sources and quotations, selected from books published before 1868. V. 51 contains a table of contents for the entire set and a general index in Japanese syllabic order. In view of the large number of old books and documents discovered since publication, this encyclopedia necessarily has deficiencies; nevertheless, it remains extremely valuable. First edition pub. 1896-1914. 60v. reduced size edition, pub. by Naigai Shoseki, 1931-1936. [C7] A81 WtJfWJ LI~fT Mozume, Takami. Kobunko (Comprehensive library of literature). Kobunko Kankokai, 1916-1918. 20v. Reprint ed. 1925. AE/35.2/M93/1925 Classified selection of texts from about 10,000 Japanese, Chinese and Buddhist books listed in A82 arranged in dictionary form by subject (astronomy, geography, biography, tools and utensils) with greater emphasis on literary and cultural matters than Koji ruien, A80.[C8] A82 X ~~ I. Gunsho sakuin (Subject index to Japanese classics). Kobunko Kank5kai, 1916-1917. 3v. Reprint ed. 1922. PL/707/M93/1922 An index to Kobunko, A81, listing about 50,000 items covering all subjects with citation to sources, arranged in Japanese syllabic order. Volume numbers cited in this index refer to the editions in the author's possession and may not be applicable to other editions. [C13] Gunsho sakuin does not give the meaning of its entry words but only reference sources, while Kobunko gives definitions for the entry words by extracts from texts selected from the reference sources. Kobunko is an encyclopedic dictionary, while Gunsho sakuin gives many citations to sources. Current Encyclopedias A83 -JTLt ~ ftXtfi^ 4 4 Heibonsha. Sekai daihyakka jiten (World encyclopedia) 1972. 35v. AE/35.2/S46 Standard encyclopedia containing about 82,000 widely inclusive signed articles by specialists on specific subjects. Index in v. 34, atlas of the world in v. 35. Color illustrations. A83a Atl —4A Daihyakka jiten (Encyclopedia) 1930-1952. 32v. AE/35.2/D13 A Heibonsha's encyclopedia, useful for prewar and wartime surveys of Japan. Reprinted in 1951-1953 in 15v. A84 /JMi~M kHBIf4*A Shogakkan. Dai Nihon hyakka jiten (Encyclopedia Japonica) 1967-1972. AE/35.2/D15 23v. About 100,000 specific subject entries signed by specialists. Index in v. 19. Volumes 20 and 21 are dictionaries of Japanese art and World art respectively. Atlas in v. 23. Color illustrations. Both Sekai daihyakka and Dai Nihon hyakka supplement each other in the selection of entry words and contents of articles. Both are well illustrated in color. A85 /J,4 — M 7 4fTi42~ Shogakkan. Banyu hyakka daijiten (Genre Japonica) 1972-1976. 24v. AE/35.2/B25 Covers about 80,000 entries, classified under inclusive subjects with color illustrations. Supplement 1 contains atlas of Japan; 2, atlas of the world; 3, atlas of the body and mind. A86 a-t~t % tfttnifi 4~ Kodansha. Gendai sekai hyakka jiten (Encyclopedia of the contemporary world) 1972. 3v. AE/35.2/G33 About 63,000 brief entries on specific contemporary topics. A medium sized encyclopedia with color illustrations. Some of these encyclopedias are supplemented and brought up to date by annuals until the next revised editions are published, such as Heibonsha's Hyakka nenkan. Similarly, though for summary purposes, newspapers publish yearbooks to cover the events of the past year. They are:

Page  13 13 A87-A94 A95-A98 A87 f0HiE& Asahi nenkan (Asahi yearbook) 1925 -Asahi Shinbunsha, 1924-. AY/1154/A78 A88 ~F Jiji nenkan (Jiji almanac) 1948 -Jiji Tsushinsha, 1947-. Annual. AY/1154/J62 A89 fBt H i Mainichi nenkan (Mainichi yearbook) 1920-. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1919 -Annual. AY/1154/M22 A90 X9fFi Yomiuri nenkan (Yomiuri yearbook) 1950 -Yomiuri Shinbunsha, 1949-. Annual. AY/1154/Y65 A91 H BAtA Nihon gensei (Japan manual) 1952 -Kyodo Tsushinsha, 1951-. Annual. DS/889/N665 The above yearbooks survey political, financial, industrial, social and cultural developments in the nation and each prefecture (including Okinawa), with documentary materials, statistics, and a directory. Zuihitsu (Japanese Miscellanies) Collections, Index, and Dictionary "Zuihitsu" is a term used to signify jottings on all kinds of topics usually written by literary and scholarly writers, some in essay style, and others in notes, records, etc. A92 H *ikTA Nihon zuihitsu taisei (Collection of Japanese miscellanies). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1927-1931. 41v. in 3 series. PL/788/N68 Contains 287 commentaries and reviews on all phases of life and thinking of the Tokugawa period. No index. The 1973 reprint edition (PL/772/N67) uses contemporary kana usage. A93 H I 2 4 Nihon zuihitsu zenshu (Complete collection of Japanese miscellanies). Kokumin Tosho Kabushiki Kaisha, 1927-1930. 20v. PL/788/N69 Contains 92 writings on Edo period life and thoughts. Many entries are duplicated in the Nihon zuihitsu taisei (A92). Index by names and words in vol. 21. A94 Ufls-A5FP HB*Bf*i,| Ota, Tamesaburo. Nihon zuihitsu sakuin (Index of Japanese miscellanies). Reprint ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1963. 2v. AI/19/J3/087 Subject index to about 500 books. A95 'f, fl i Mi Shibata, Shokyoku. Zuihitsu jiten (Dictionary of subjects treated in Japanese miscellanies). T5kyod5, 1960-1961. 2v. PL/470/Z9 V. 1, Clothing, food, housing; v. 2, Arts and amusements; v. 3, Customs and folklore; v. 4, Strange tales; v. 5, Annotated bibliography. While A94 lists only titles without texts, this dictionary includes selected texts for each subject. Useful for locating sources for study of society and culture of the Edo period, 1600-1867. [C9] Origins of Things A96 ~ H) J' IF1t Ishii, Kendo. Meiji jibutsu kigen (Origin of civilization in the Meiji period, 1868-1912). Rev. and enl. ed. Shun'yodo, 1944. 2v. DS/882/I79/1944 First ed. 1907. Lists and annotates about 3,000 topics under 21 subject groupings dealing with social, cultural and scientific aspects of post-1868 Japanese civilization. Some source citations. Table of contents in each volume should be used to supplement brief index in v. 2. [C10] A97 H F- - tO DLU) Hioki, Shoichi. Monoshiri jiten (Book of knowledge). Kawade Shobo, 1952-1954. lOv. AG/35.2/H67 Explains origins of Japanese words, manners, customs, performing arts, cultural and political matters. A98 $i#kffiA A A& Jibutsu kigen jiten: I-shoku-ju hen (Origins of clothing, food, living) by Asakura Haruhiko and others. Tokyodo, 1970. 430p. AG/35.2/J62 Explains 512 subject entries (clothing — 111, food —237, living and furnishing — 123, miscellaneous —41) with sources. Bibliography and general index at the end.

Philosophy and Religion

pp. 14-30

Page  14 14 B1-B3 B4-B7 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION PHILOSOPHY Included here are bibliographies, dictionaries, collections of works on Japanese philosophy in general and Japanese classic scholars. Bibliographies B1 1 WA Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, with descriptive notes. V. 5a, pt. 1 and 2: History of Thought. 1964-1965. Z/3304/K81 B2 HtMRt a Hit=;M^t Okura Seishin Bunka Kenkyujo. Nihon shisoshi bunken kaidai (Annotated bibliography on the history of Japanese thought). Kadokawa Shoten, 1970. 432p. Z/7129/J3/043 Contains some 2,300 pre-Meiji works dealing with schools of thought originating in Japan or Japanese developments of Confucian, Buddhist and other philosophies after they had been assimilated. Entries are divided into 3 main sections: ancient to 1191; medieval, 1192-1572; and early modern, 1573-1868. Author and title indexes. Dictionaries B3;ff-; Tetsugaku jiten (Dictionary of philosophy). Heibonsha, 1974. 1400p. B/48/J3/T3 Identifies some 8,000 terms, persons, and works in European, Indian, Chinese and Japanese philosophy and related disciplines. Principal works of authors are cited. Each term is entered in English, French, or German (Following the Japanese) and titles of all works cited are given in the original language. List of reference works. Indexes. B4 t' f iAM A Tetsugaku yogo jiten (Philosophical terms: a historical lexicon). Tokyodo, 1974. 3, 471p. B/48/J3/T34 Gives changes in meaning and usage of some 450 terms throughout different periods with usage examples. Signed articles for each entry. Chronological bibliography of important works by school. No index. B5!iFQ -Q" M(D4 Kuno, Osamu and Tsurumi, Shunsuke. Shiso no kagaku jiten (Dictionary of science of thought). Keiso Shobo, 1969. 5,757p. AG/35.2/K95 Based on Ningen no kagaku jiten (Dictionary of science of man) published by Kawade Shobo in 1951. Consists of 18 topical chapters written by specialists on the basis of unified science, taking examples from Japanese popular culture. B6 H!, t(,DAI Nihon shisoshi no kiso chishiki (Fundamentals of Japanese intellectual history). Ed. by Tamura Encho and others. Yuhikaku, 1974. 12, 511, 15p. DS/821/N706 Consists of 217 signed articles arranged by subject under three parts: ancient, medieval and pre-Restoration thought. Terms, names and works, indexed. Chronology B7 WlWEBA| i m^t ^ Yamada, Munemutsu. Gendai shisoshi nenpyo (Chronology of the history of

Page  15 15 RPR17 B12-B15 L.)r toV Sa modern thought). Kyoto: San'ichi Shobo, 1961. 284p. B/138.2/Y14 Collections B8 QUDEM Nihon no shiso (Japanese philosophy). Chikuma Shob5, 1969-1972. 20v. B/135/N67 Consists of selected writings of representative philosophers (Kukai, Arai Hakuseki, Yoshida Shoin, etc.) or on topics, e. g. Zen, Tokugawa thought, etc. The original text appears at the top of the pages, glossed, with free translation into modern Japanese below, and with notes. Edited by specialists. A brief bio-bibliography is given for selected philosophers. B9 ut)2Wt, Nihon shiso taikei (Compendium of Japanese thought). Iwanami Shoten, 1970 -53v. as of 1978. B/136/N72 Each volume is by specialist editors on a topic dating from the origin of Japan and Prince Shotoku through the first voyage to the West at the end of the Tokugawa era, with coverage of historical, religious, governmental, scientific and cultural thought. Each contains original texts, well annotated and with furigana readings. The second part of each volume contains explanatory articles, bibliographies, biographical sketches, maps, etc. Explanations are thorough and readable. No index as yet. B10 -Tk H *, ) 7, Sengo Nihon shiso taikei (Collection of Japanese post-war thought). Chikuma Shobo, 1965-1974. 16v. B/138.1/S47 Articles, discussions, and excerpts from published books by postwar intellectuals are collected by specialists under topics such as economic, aesthetic, scientific, nihilistic thought. Brief biobibliographical information on the authors; chronology. Bll ftJ; H, *,p Vfi> Gendai Nihon shiso taikei (Collection of modern Japanese thought). Chikuma Shobo, 1963-1968. 35v. B/138.1/G32 Each volume is devoted to works of a post-Restoration Japanese thinker or school of thought, from the roots of the Restoration to the new postwar conserva tives. Writings are set in modern characters and spellings. Included are volumes on democracy, journalism, business and scientific thought, the arts, nationalism, anarchism, etc. Biobibliographical and chronological data in each volume. Separate index. B12 aH * —T,,eitfINihon tetsugaku shiso zensho (Complete collection of Japanese philosophy). Heibonsha, 1956-1957. 20v. B/136/S127 Topically arranged under headings such as science, art, religion, government, etc.; the works are edited by leading scholars from classical times to the present. Index in v. 20. B13 HB*,wf4tDAP_0 Nihon shiso toso shiryo (Materials on ideological conflicts in Japan). Ed. by Washio Junkei and others. Meich5 Kankokai, 1969. 10v. B/135/W32 Reprint edition of 1930 Toho Shoin edition without notes, biographical information or translations into literary Japanese. Contains 80 important documents concerning the disputes between Shintoists, Buddhists, Confucians and Christians during the Tokugawa period. One of the basic works on the history of early modern Tokugawa thought. Japanese Classic Scholars B14 7UJIPW VM F9Vi+; %A Okawa, Shigeo and Minami, Shigeki. Kokugakusha denki shusei (Biographical dictionary of scholars of Japanese classics). Kunimoto Shuppansha, 1934. 2v. CT/1836/045 Gives personal histories, publications, etc., with sources, of about 610 Shintoists, historians, literary critics and linguists arranged by the years of their deaths, from 1596 to 1903. Chronological table of scholars appended. Indexes of names and alternative names. [D24] B15 H* CTW93PE" [ATV Nihon Bungaku Shiryo Kenkyukai. Kokugakusha denki shusei: zokuhen (Biographical dictionary of scholars of Japanese classics: supplement). Kunimoto Shuppansha, 1935. 629, 47p. CT/1836/045

Page  16 16 B16-B19 B20-B24 Adds entries for some 500 scholars excluded from the first work (B14), mostly those who died from 1903-1904. A comprehensive personal and pen-name index. B16 EaW~t-W Kokugakusha chojutsu ichiran (List of works of scholars of Japanese classics). Seki Shoin, 1932. 344p. ZY/3302/K82 Bio-bibliography giving name with kana reading, variant names, birthplace, birth and death dates, gravesite, school and list of major works. Indexes and a genealogical chart appended. RELIGION Bibliographies B17 Holzman, Donald. Japanese Religion and Philosophy: A Guide to Japanese Religion and Research Materials. Ann Arbor, Mi. University of Michigan Press, 1959. 9,102 p. (Univ. of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies bibliographical series, no. 7) Z/3303/M62/no. 7 An annotated list of 314 works. Arranged by topic, including Shinto, Buddhism, Confucianism, Christianity, popular beliefs. B20 MWL M Y'M H tN A i Okurayama Bunka Kagaku Toshokan. Tosho mokuroku: shukyo bumon (Catalogue of Okurayama Library of Humanities and Sciences: religious section). Yokohama, Okurayama Bunka Kagaku Kenkyujo, 1955. 298p. Z/955/J52 Lists some 15,000 volumes of Japanese, Chinese, and Western language works published prior to 1945. B21 QZ mJ 5 e^ cssit Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bungaku tetsugaku shigaku bunken mokuroku. IV: Shukyo kankei gakujutsu hen (Bibliography of literature, philosophy and history. IV: Relgion). 1955. 151p. Z/3301/A4 Unannotated classified list of about 6,000 books and articles on religion published in Japan during 1945-1954. Kana order author index and list of periodicals appended. Lists and annotates about 1,000 works on historical and doctrinal approaches to Japanese thought and belief; artistic and literary aspects and Japanese studies on non-Japanese thought are excluded, as are periodicals and journals. Indexes of authors and subjects. B18 Earhart, H. Byron. The New Religions of Japan: A Bibliography of Western Language Materials. Sophia University, 1970. 11, 96p. Z/7834/J3/E12 Lists 810 books, articles, periodicals, texts and translations published by and about the new religious groups of Japan through 1968, with 147 annotated entries on general bibliography. Appended are: Western language materials dealing with Japanese religion, Japanese language materials about new religions and comparative materials on new religious movements. Specifically sectarian writings are listed by sect, with full citation, unannotated. Author and subject indexes. B19 jAL/tW CT Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. KBS Bibliography of Standard Reference Books: V. 1, Religion. 1963. 181p. Z/3304/K81/v.4 Dictionaries B22, Hiyane, Antei. Sho shukyo jiten (A dictionary of religions). Seibunsha, 1963. 2,596p. BL/31/H67 Brief entries in kana order identifying terms, persons, and beliefs of both Japanese and Western religions, from Egyptian ages to the present. A chronology of events in world religions. No index. B23 FB B,t-fSx 4 Umeda, Yoshihiko. Shukyo jiten (Dictionary of religions) rev. and enlarged ed. Hori Shoten, 1966. 438p. BL/31/U48/1966 Some 2,300 brief entries identifying terms and persons related to Shinto, Buddhism and Christianity, in kana order. Includes charts on the relationship of sects. The revision adds a list of all sects currently active in Japan, a section on the new religions, statistics, and a chronology from the founding of the Ise Shrine. B24 /,J N - f_ mWTiW5A

Page  17 17 Oguchi, Iichi. Shukyogaku jiten (Dictionary of religious studies). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1973. xii, 813p. BL/31/S55 Signed articles, discussing over 350 terms in both Eastern and Western religions as they relate to Japanese and other religions. Bibliographic materials appended to each entry. Name and term indexes in both Japanese and Western languages. Yearbook B25,4NA Shuky5 nenkan (Yearbook of religions). 1954-. Comp. by Monbush5 Chosakyoku, 1955, 1957-. Annual. BL/2202/A1/S56 Former titles: Shukyo nenpo, 1950; Shukyo y5ran, 1951; Shukyo benran, 1952 -1953. Gives developments of the year in each religion and sect, new groups; a directory and statistics. Source Materials B26 Wmn 1ftt Meiji Ishin shinbutsu bunri shiryo (Materials on separation of Buddhism and Shintoism during the Meiji period). Toho Shoin, 1928. 5v. BL/2201/M99 An extensive collection of documents and articles from public and private sources. Includes the original separation edict and other contemporary local records and accounts. General index by province in the last volume. B27 W0A# U;,-tt IJU1 4 i Date, Mitsuyoshi. Nihon shukyo seido shiryo ruijuko (Collection of historical materials on Japanese religious institutions). Gansh5do, 1930. 758p. Z/3308/T4/D3 With emphasis on Buddhism, annotates materials arranged chronologically from 552 to 1912 and gives laws and regulations, excluding anti-Christian edicts, from 1573-1912. Includes a table giving exact dates on which historical era names were changed. No index. A detailed table of contents. Shinto Shinto articles in various periodicals on Japanese thought, literature, history and folklore are useful. For popular writings indexes such as Zasshi kiji sakuin, A56, should be consulted. Bibliographies B28 tn~ V * oH H Kato, Genchi. Shinto shoseki mokuroku (A bibliography of Shinto; a collection of Shinto literature from the oldest times to 1868, arranged in chronological order). Dobunkan, 1943. 17, 464p. Z/7835/S6/K22 Standard catalog. Lists titles chronologically with romanized title and author readings; some annotations. Important titles are indicated. Title and author index. Location of manuscripts given. B29 tn*AWtS a i Kato, Genchi. Meiji Taisho Showa Shinto shoseki mokuroku (A bibliography of Shinto: a collection of Shinto literature from Meiji 1 (1868) till Showa 15 (1940)). Meiji Jingu Shamusho, 1953. 727p. Z/7835/S6/K22 A continuation to Shinto shoseki mokuroku (B28) covering the years 1868-1940. Lists some 16,000 works by title under 11 subject headings. Gives romanizations of titles; no annotation. Kana order author index and alphabetical title index. B30 tn *(H1 Saeki, Ariyoshi. Shinto bunrui somokuroku. Klassifizierte Bibliographies des Schintoismus. Shinyodo Shoten, 1937. 868p. Z/7835/S6/S13 Lists some 10,000 works in kana order in 13 major categories including sacred writings and classics, national polity, shrines, rituals, etc. Covers the publications from Kojiki (712 AD) through 1911. A brief list of works in foreign languages. Index. B31 XWl H WJ Siti Tenri Toshokan. Yoshida Bunko Shintosho mokuroku (Catalog of Shinto books in the Yoshida Library). Tenri Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1965. 349, 48p. (Tenri Toshokan Sosho v. 28). Z/7835/S5/T32

Page  18 18 B32-B37 B38-B43 The collection of the Yoshida shrine in Kyoto, classified by subject; entries with brief annotations. Author, title indexes. B32 H*&Ak H4RPfi ttHl(gK Kokugakuin Daigaku. Nihon Bunka Kenkyujo. Shint5 ronbun somokuroku (General list of articles on Shinto). Meiji Jingu Shamusho, 1963. 755p. Z/7835/S6/K75 Classified list of articles in 370 Japanese magazines from 1868 to 1962. Author, subject indexes. With B29, gives coverage of most Shinto studies since 1868. B33 fnPIA Kato, Genchi. A Bibliography of Shinto in Western Languages from the Oldest Times till 1952. By Kato Genchi, Karl Reitz, and William Schiffer. Meiji Jingu Shamusho, 1953. 58, 7p. Not in A.L. Unannotated list of 1,138 books and articles. Appendix includes 80 books and articles published between 1941 and 1952. B34 [ JA~ W& OA Okada, Yoneo. Shinto bunken gaisetsu (Introduction to Shinto literature). Jinja Honcho, 1951. 222p. Not in A.L. B35# HIK-u a $ H Kokugakuin Daigaku Toshokan. Shinto shoseki kaisetsu mokuroku (Bibliography of Shinto books in Kokugakuin University Library). 1960-1964. 2v. Not in A.L. Dictionaries B36 ttM) A Shinto daijiten (Comprehensive Shinto dictionary). Heibonsha, 1937-1940. 3v. BL/2220/S52 Covers deities, shrines, ceremonies, terms, scholars, priests, etc. in short articles, some signed and illustrated, with references to major source materials. Photo reprint edition published in 1969 by Kyoto Rinsen Shoten. B37 [_h 1 l.- 4 ARA Yamakawa, Uichi. Jingi jiten (Shinto dictionary). Heibonsha, 1924. 15, 828p. BL/2220/Y35 B38 'ar$~ * O ~tSa Yasuzu, Motohiko and Umeda, Yoshihiko. Shinto jiten (Shinto dictionary). Osaka, Hori Shoten, 1968. 666, 60p. Not in A.L. B39 ~ i~1 Shinto myomoku ruijusho (A classified Shinto handbook). Ed. by Hikita Mochimasa, supplemented by Saeki Ariyoshi. Ookayama Shoten, 1934. 360p. BL/2220/S13 First published in 1699. A collection of articles and illustrations of shrines, costumes, music, ceremonies and rites, deities, etc., classified by topics. Saeki edited the text and supplemented it with an introduction, reference works on Shinto, and subject index. B40 'it M _H IRA Ogura, Koji. Kokutai jingi jiten (Dictionary of national polity and Shinto). Kiseisha, 1940. 1781p. BL/2201/036 Identifies concepts in national polity and introduces quotes from Tokugawa and modern prewar scholars, each entry presenting several points of view. Entries also include names of deities, festivals and national and prefectural shrines. Index. B41 hir;iS4Ai Uda, Toshihiko. Norito jiten (Dictionary of Norito —Shinto ritual prayers). Meibunsha, 1963. 16, 590p. Not in A.L. Chronology B42 HJaF iJ4tF Dai Nihon Shinshokukai. Jingishi nenpyo (Chronology of Shinto history). Kobe, Hyogoken Shinshokukai, 1941-1944. 2v. BL/2220/D13 Covers 660 B.C. to 1942, with list of references for each entry and, from 1868, titles of books, with their authors, published in each year. Appended are a tabular history of shrines, genealogies, bibliography, etc. [D63] Enshrined Deities B43 Pfi A W)K * Sato, Saburo. Shinsen shosai shinmei soran (Comprehensive dictionary of the many enshrined deities, newly compiled). For the lay reader. Wide in range. Analytical index.

Page  19 19 B44-B47 B48-B53 Meibunsha, 1935. 584p. Not in A.L. B44 A — _ lt~ 4 Yabe, Zenzo. Shosai shinmei jiten (Dictionary of enshrined deities). Sojinsha, 1931. 319p. BL/2216.1/Y13 A classified index to Shinto deities and their festivals, divided into sections for general terms, deities of nature, agriculture, commerce, learning, etc. Furigana for every character. No index. Shinsen shosai shinmei s$ran by Sat5 Saburo, B43 above, is more comprehensive in coverage. B45 t'EN ) 5tHt f Sugimura, Kichiji. Dai Nihon shinmei jisho (Dictionary of Japanese deities) rev. and enl. ed. Ganshodo, 1926. 354p. BL/2211/G6/S94 Provides explanations of numerous names in the Shinto pantheon with reference quotations, and information as to official ranking, and enshrinemnt, including historical personages accorded reverence. Includes genealogical charts for deities and the Imperial family. Expanded from 1912 as a supplement to Fu-ken-go sha Meiji jinja shiryo, B49 below. Shrines B46 W~Th P~ Jinja Honcho. Jinja meikan (Shrine directory) 1963. 958p. BL/2220/J64 B48 H B ~ Nihon shaji taikan (Comprehensive survey of Japanese shrines and temples). Kyoto, Hinode Shinbunsha, 1933. 2v. BL/2211/S4/A1/H66 V. 1 lists shrines, v. 2, temples. Lists 2,000 shrines with more detailed descriptions than Jinja taikan, B47. Illustrated and indexed. See B115 for temples. Reprint ed. 1970 by Meicho Kankokai. B49 ~~[titt;H) t Fu-ken-go sha Meiji jinja shiryo (Source materials on shrines supported by local governments in the Meiji period). Meiji jinja Shiryo Hensanjo, 1912. 3v. Not in A.L. Biographies B50 SFfi WaA*S~A Nishida, Shigeichi. Shinto jimmei jiten (Biographical dictionary of Shinto). Jinja Shinposha, 1955. 377, Ip. BL/2220/J62 Identifies over 3,000 persons important in Shinto in three sections: pre-Meiji, post-Meiji persons no longer living as of 1955, and contemporary. Kana reading is given for each name. B51 Zenkoku shuyo shinshoku meibo (Dictionary of important Shinto priests). Jinja Shinposha, 1964. 214p. Not in A.L. Lists some 6,000 shrines, arranged by prefecture, giving location, prewar ranking, deities enshrined, festivals, size and architecture of main buildings, land holdings, branch shrines, treasures, names of priests, number of parishoners, origin and history, etc. Each prefectural section has an index. Some entries need verification by the following two entries: B47 and B48. B47 ~t~*~ Jinja taikan (Comprehensive survey of shrines) rev. and enl. ed. Nihon Denpo Tsushinsha, 1940. 7, 872p. BL/2211/S4/A1/M67 A listing of about 5,000 shrines by prefecture, giving status or rank, enshrined deity, festival dates and history, many with good photographs. Index. Concordances B52 T-iiT ttlM Jingu Kogakkan. Rikkokushi jingi sakuin (Index of Shinto deities in the six national histories). Uji Yamada, 1933. 2, 6, 539p. DS/851/A2/U33 A concordance style index to deities, shrines, terms and places of importance in Shinto appearing in the six official national histories between 720 and 901. There are numerous cross references to alternate readings, and each entry cites page numbers from the two editions (1897, 1915) of Kokushi taikei series, F79. B53 7f"t4M*t- Ad I Okura Seishin Bunka Kenkyujo. sakuin (Index of Shinto sacred Shinten books)

Page  20 20 B54-B57 B58-B61 repr. ed. Yokohama, 1933. 396p. Not in A.L. Source Materials Bibliographies B58 March, Arthur. A Buddhist Bibliography. London, The Buddhist Lodge, 1935. 11, 257p. Z/7835/B9/M32 B54 it ~~ Kurita, Hiroshi. Jingi shiryo (Historical materials on Shinto). Kocho Hikyu Kankokai, 1926-1927. 4v. BL/2220/K94 Contains descriptions of shrines mentioned in ancient records, including many no longer extant, arranged by kuni. The first two volumes were published in 1876 and v. 3 and 4 are later supplements. B55 fhf~fraJ Saeki, Ariyoshi. Jingi zensho (Complete collection of Shinto affairs). Koten Kokyujo, Jingu Hosankai, 1906-1908. 5v. BL/2220/S127 Contains over 90 works on Shinto shrines and Shinto affairs in general including festivals, rites and prayers, selected from pre-Meiji literature. B56 *dil`J Shinto sosho (Shinto series), ed. by Nakajima Hiromitsu and Omiya Hyoma. Reprint ed., Shibunkaku, 1971. 3v. BL/2216.2/S565/1971 First published by Jingu Kyoin, 1896 -1898 in 8v. A collection of historical materials and writings on aspects of Shinto dating from the Nara period through the Edo period. The original edition divided many works between volumes according to subject; the 1971 ed. prints each work as a whole. No index. Sect Lists over 2,000 books, articles, pamphlets, translations and essays in English, with annotations for the more important entries, in two alphabetical author lists, with an analytical subject index. 5 annual supplements covering 1936-1970 in accompanying envelope. B59 /JfAk:ut A MXi A Ono, Genmyo. Bussho kaisetsu daijiten (Encyclopedic commentary on Buddhist books). Dait5 Shuppansha, 1933-1936. 12v. Z/7835/B9/058 A detailed and useful bibliographic dictionary of Buddhist literature. Contains entries on Japanese and Chinese writings published before 1932 and includes sutras missing in Chinese but preserved in Tibetan. The 65,000 sutras, books, series and manuscripts in Western as well as European languages, are listed in kana order by title, with romanized Japanese reading, names of authors, editors or translators, often with biographical information, date and place of publication, and description of the contents of the work; notes on the history of manuscript, printed copies, present status and location of copies. V. 12 contains a history of Chinese translations of Buddhist writings, a catalog of writings for which no historical data is known, and a history of the Tripitaka. No indexes. B60 tJF - itjg~^s Nakamura, Hajime. Shin Butten kaidai jiten (New annotated dictionary of Buddhist writings). Shunjusha, 1966. 9, 380, 41p. BL/1403/S63 A collection of signed annotations to major Buddhist sutras, classified under six sections: Tripitaka, Indian, Tibetan, Chinese and Japanese Buddhism, and Indian scriptures. Gives bibliographic references and location in sets of collections. Indexed in Japanese and in romanized Sanskrit and Tibetan. B61 t Bukkyo shoseki mokuroku (Catalog of Buddhist books). Bussho Kankokai, 1913 -1914. 2v. Z/7835/B9/B8 B57 L p-fi? JxmtQ Tenri Daigaku Oyasoto Kenkyujo. jiten (Dictionary of Tenrikyo). Tenrikyo DByukai, 1977. 962p. BL/2222/T4/T37 Tenrikyo Tenri: Buddhism Individual sects are treated under form headings. e.g. bibliographies, dictionaries, chronologies and collections, not under the name of a sect. Comprising the first two volumes of the

Page  21 21 B62-B67 B68-B72 Dai Nihon Bukkyo zensho, contains 75 lists and catalogs of Buddhist writings, compiled from the earliest records of Buddhism through the Edo period. Can be used by the specialist as an index to pre-modern Buddhist literature. B62 Meiji Bukkyoshi Hensanjo. Meiji Bukkyoshi Hensanjozo mokuroku (Catalog of holdings of the Meiji Buddhist history institute) 1972. 6, 216p. Z/7835/B9/M52 Lists periodicals, followed by a list of books classified by sect or religious topic. Title index. B63 r /llfiR dJx~ mW^.t~E Takakusu, Junjiro and Ono, Genmyo. Showa hobo somokuroku (Showa complete catalog of Buddhist canons). Daizo Shuppan, 1929-1934. 3v. (Taisho shinshu daizokyo, supp.) Not in A.L. (BL/1411/T8/C5 supp.) B64 tiTiM f Ryukoku Daigaku Toshokan. Bukkyogaku kankei zasshi ronbun bunrui mokuroku (Classified catalog of periodical articles concerning Buddhism). Kyoto, 1931-1972. 3v. Z/7835/B9/R97 V. 1 lists some 15,000 periodical articles from 1868 to 1930, v. 2 adds 27,000 articles published between 1931 and 1955, v. 3 over 9,000 added for 1956-1969. Indexes. B65 4Wt~ W_^_ Bukkyo Kenkyukai. Bukkyo ronbun somokuroku (Complete catalog of articles on Buddhism). Ushio Shobo, 1931. 751p. Z/7835/B9/B95 Lists about 12,600 articles published between 1868 and 1930. Subject index. B66 m$0i~t lS m M Meiji Bukkyoshi Hensanjo. Meiji nenkan Bukkyo kankei shinbun zasshi mokuroku (List of Japanese newspapers and magazines concerned with Buddhism published during the Meiji period). 1934. 48, 13p. Not in A.L. B67;WltPt Bando, Shojun. A Bibliography on Japanese Buddhism. Cultural Interchange Institute for Buddhists, 1958. 13, 180p. Z/7835/B9/B58 Lists 1660 books and magazine articles in European languages up to 1958, arranged by topic and sect, and subdivided into text, doctrine, history, etc. Unannotated; characters given for Japanese and Chinese terms and names; author index. B68 thi]f l Hanayama, Shinsho. Bibliography on Buddhism, ed. by the Commemoration Committee for Prof. Shinsho Hanayama's Sixty-first Birthday. Hokuseido, 1961. 13, 869p. Z/7835/B9/H23 Lists by author about 5,000 books and 10,000 articles in European languages. Subject index. Individual Sects B69 +TJj +t? H ) ' H ' )tflt H X Furukawa, Eishun and Nakamura, Kojun. Nihon Tendai shuten mokuroku (Catalog of Japanese Tendai sect canonical works). Sakamotomura (Shigaken) Hieizan Senshuin Shuppanbu, 1941. 43, 22, 260p. Z/7835/B9/F9 Works by Saicho or Dengyo Daishi (b. 767) and other major figures listed first, followed by others, with sources and holdings of temple libraries. Name index. B70 E-4 rL- {:fQ '^-X, I, - - i Shibuya, Ryotai. Showa genzon Tendai shoseki sogo mokuroku (General catalog of Tendai books extant in the Showa period). Meibunsha, 1943. 2v. Z/7835/B9/S556 A classified catalog of extant Tendai works, giving titles in characters and roman alphabet. V. 2 contains indexes in kana order to persons, temples and titles. B71 - fl;M1" * t Okada, Keisho. Mikkyo shoseki mokuroku (Catalog of books on esoteric Buddhism). Shingi Shingonshu Buzanha Shumusho, 1929. 250p. Z/7835/B9/041 A classified catalog of 1158 works held in the Taisho University Library. Contents of collections and series listed in detail. Kana order title index by first character. B72 PRkF7tBM JFV H Komazawa Daigaku Toshokan. Shinsan Zenseki mokuroku (Newly compiled bibliography of Zen books) rev. and enl. ed. 1962. 612, 62p. Z/7835/B9/T64

Page  22 22 B73-B76 B77-B82 A supplement, published 1964. 46, 14p. Divided into two sections, pre-1868 and post-1868 to 1961, with brief annotations and locations of copies. Western language reference works appended. B73 aH,' tX-N PH,Y t'-T-bitL H it Nichirenshu Daigaku. Nichirenshu shugaku shoso mokuroku (Catalog of religious commentaries of the Nichiren sect). Suharaya Shoten, 1918. 461p. Z/7835/B9/N58 Dictionaries B74 ^ X 4 Mochizuki, Shinko. Bukkyo daijiten (Encyclopedic dictionary of Buddhism), rev. and enl. by Tsukamoto Zenryu. Kyoto, Sekai Seiten Kanko Kyokai, 1954-1963. 10v. BQ/130/M68 spellings and romanized Sanskrit and Pali. Index. Also useful in explaining Buddhist terms in literature are the next two items: B77, B78. B77 H +IMi4m Kokubungaku 12shu butsugo kaishaku (Explanations of Buddhist terms in 12 Japanese literary works). Ky5yukan, 1901. 533, 4p. Not in A.L. B78 4i t -mm Bukkyo jirin (Glossary of Buddhism), by Fujii Nobumasa. Meiji Shoin, 1912. 916, 64, 102p. BL/1403/F96 B79 t#t~: Ui, Hakuju. Bukkyo jiten (Dictionary of Buddhism) Reprint ed. Tosei Shuppansha, 1953. 6, 34, 1148p. BL/1403/B93 Standard work covering terms, writings, rites, sects, temples, personages and all other aspects of Buddhism, with many quotations from Buddhist literature, illustrations, references, maps, genealogical charts and detailed Buddhist chronology to 1954. This latest expansion of the original 1909-1931 edition retains the addenda of the 1932-1936 edition and has a supplement, v. 9-10, of 1,800 new entries, including matters related to Hinduism and biographies of Western and Indian scholars. Indexed in Chinese and Japanese, Tibetan, Sanskrit, and Pali. [D101] B75 ltnMU Ryukoku Daigaku. Bukkyo daijii (Comprehensive Buddhist lexicon) repr. ed. Fuzanbo, 1935-1936. 6v. 160 plates. BL/1403/R96 A comprehensive treatment, with notes less technical than Mochizuki but no easier to read. Entries arranged in kana order, with character/spellings, Sanskrit, Pali equivalents, and some furigana readings in the notes. No index. Emphasis on interpretations of the Shin and Jodo sects. B76 AfflM tSASA_ Oda, Tokuno. Bukkyo daijiten (Cyclopedia of Buddhism) rev., reduced-size ed. Daizo Shuppan, 1954. 1785, 20, 110p. BL/1403/023 Indispensable in the study of Japanese literature because of its richness in citations from literary classics. Arranged in kana order, giving character Notable for large number of entries and simplicity of explanations. Gives the volume and page numbers in standard collections for sutras and other writings. [D104] B80 Jlirfiet l j1~ S Soka Gakkai Kyogakubu. Bukkyo tetsugaku daijiten (Encyclopedia of Buddhist philosophy). 1966-1969. 5v. BL/1403/S68 Covers not only history and doctrine of the Soka Gakkai, but Buddhist philosophy in general, including many terms and persons in Western philosophy. Written for laymen, gives page references to sources and sutras, cross references, illustrations. Entries are brief, all characters have furigana. B81: MA#I_ I -R Taya, Raishun. Bukkyogaku jiten (Dictionary of Buddhist studies). Kyoto, Hozokan, 1955. 465, 12, 58p. BL/1403/T23 Emphasizes doctrinal matters, giving explanations in simple terms. Arranged under broad topics with analytical index. [Di05] Terms B82 +ttiC VONm~kR Nakamura, Hajime. Bukkyogo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Buddhist terms). Tokyo Shoseki, 1975. 3v. BQ/130/N16

Page  23 23 B83-B87 B88-B91 The latest of the Buddhist dictionaries; takes a variety of words and phrases, excluding most proper nouns, and defines them within the contexts of Buddhist doctrine and history. Gives examples of usage and references to sources in scriptures, commentary, and literature. V. 3 contains a list of abbreviations, character index by stroke order, kana order index of terms, romanized PaliSanskrit, and Tibetan indexes. B83 )ki ~ I tKtP, Otsuji, Tokujo. Bongo-Shittan-Wa jii (Sanskrit-Siddham-Japanese Glossary). Komeisha, 1972. 291, 45p. BQ/4570/L3/087 Designed as an aid to reading scripts commonly found in Buddhist inscriptions. Entries are written in Siddham script with kana translations and accompanied by the equivalent in romanized Sanskrit and in Japanese. No definitions, kana order index to the Japanese equivalents. B84 IW V2f* 1M4V WWM Ogihara, Unrai. Bon-Kan taiyaku Bukkyo jiten: hon'yaku myogi taishu (SanskritChinese dictionary of Buddhist technical terms: based on the Mahavyutpatti). Sankibo, 1959. 11, 163, 4p. BL/1403/M22 A Chinese translation with notes of the Fan-i-ming-i-chi, a classified Buddhist word list. Index. B85 ~th W t Inoue, Tetsujiro. Mohan Bukkyo jiten (A model Buddhist dictionary). T5ho Shoin, 1934. 13, 1125p. BL/1403/T64 13th ed. published by Osaka, Daibunkan Shoten, 1967. (Reprint ed.) B86 - aflY ml Ishida, Mizumaro. Shin Bukkyo jiten (New dictionary of Buddhism). Seishin Shob5, 1962. 55, 46, 22p. BL/1403/S62 Gives 3700 short entries and 3500 cross references. Entries include Indian, Tibetan, and Japanese Buddhism. Index. B87 Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary (Nichi-Ei Bukkyo jiten). Daito Shuppansha, 1965. 15, 383p. BL/1403/J35 An English translation, done by a committee of Buddhist scholars, of some 5,000 of the 24,000 entries in Ui Hakaju's Bukkyo jiten, B79. B88 Eitel, Ernest J. Handbook of Chinese Buddhism being a Sanskrit-Chinese dictionary of Buddhist terms, words, and expressions, with vocabularies of Buddhist terms in Pali, Singhalese, Siamese, Burmese, Tibetan, Mongolian and Japanese. 2nd ed., rev. and enlarged. Amsterdam, Philo Press, 1970. 324p. Fine Arts Lib. BQ/133/E36 Reprint of 1904 ed. This multi-lingual dictionary lists over 2,000 romanized Sanskrit terms in alphabetical order, with Chinese equivalents and brief identification, and some equivalents in other languages. Some 350 Japanese terms are included. Index. B89 Soothill, William Edward and Hodous, Lewis. A Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms: with Sanskrit and English equivalents and a Sanskrit-Pali index. London, Kegan Pall, Trench, Trubner, 1937, facsimile edition, Taipei, Ch'ung kuo Fuochiao Yuehk'anshe, 1961. xix, 510p. BL/1403/S65 No Japanese reading is given. Individual Sects B90,W2I ~, Kanaoka, Shuyu. Bukkyo shuha jiten (Dictionary of Buddhist sects). Tokyodo, 1974. 346p. BQ/7030/K16 Covers sects of Indian, Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asian Buddhism, with emphasis on Japan, where some groups as small as 100 members are listed. Gives headquarters, historical outline, and main teachings, sutras and temples for active sects and principal defunct ones. Useful charts are appended. Name index. B91 i* ~ %)<S 4 Jodoshu daijiten (Dictionary of Jodo Buddhism). Sankibo Busshorin, 1974 -(2 vols.) In progress. BQ/8609/J82 Covers traditions, works, persons, art objects, history, temples, and other items. Well illustrated with quotations and bibliographic references. Indexes, charts, maps, and a bibliography in v. 4 (supplement).

Page  24 24 B92 ~I i{iupfi JTA rr~ Bukkyo Daigaku, Bukkyo Bunka Kenkyujo. Shin Jodoshu jiten (New dictionary of Jodo Buddhism). Ryubunkan, 1974. 942p. BQ/8609/S56 Includes a list of abbots of major temples, and indexes of terms, titles, names and temples. B93?t,4R Mikkyo daijiten (Dictionary of esoteric Buddhism) 2nd ed. Kyoto, Hozokan, 1969. 6v. BL/1403/M65 Explains terms, rituals, temples, etc., gives biographies of important persons. Entries in kana order with Chinese character, Sanskrit and Pali equivalents. V. 6 contains illustrations, charts and unannotated classified bibliography. Indexes. B94 Ri H WffiR Tomita, Kojun. Himitsu jirin (Dictionary of esoteric Buddhism). Kaji Sekai Shisha, 1911. 1134p. BQ/8959/T66 Chiefly of Shingon sect with some Tendai influence. Many illustrations. No index. B95 A S Shinshu jiten (Dictionary of Shin Buddhism) rev. ed. Kyoto, Hozokan, 1953. 796, 42p. BL/1442/S5/S5 A pocket dictionary with brief entries. B96 PAtfF ~,-;Sk Okamura, Shusatsu. Shinshu daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Shin sect). Reprint ed. Rokuyaen, 1963. 3v. BL/1442/S5/042 Covers doctrines, history, rituals, temples, biographies, etc. Gives many quotations from cited sources. Stroke count character index. B97 F>kY-T ##;i)kRA Komazawa Daigaku. Zengaku daijiten (Encyclopedia of Zen Buddhism). Taishukan, 1978. 3v. BQ/9359/Z42 Emphasizes technical terms used in Zen sect. Includes Zen related people, places, books, and temples. Biographical coverage extends from Japan, China, Korea to India. V. 3 (supplement v.) contains illustrations of Zen clothing, implements, sitting positions, temples. Genealogical tables, chronologies. Detailed bibliographies. Indexes to maps, Sanskrit-Pali terms; character indexes to terms, people, place names and temples. B98 LIIE1 JFH458 Yamada, Kod5. Zenshu jiten (Dictionary of Zen sect) reprint ed. Koyukan, 1928. 1408p. BL/1493/Y18 Emphasis on Soto Zen. Includes genealogical charts of Zen Buddhism, lists of Soto and Rinsai head priests. Index. B99 ~{YH IW m Jinbo, Nyoten and Ando, Bun'ei. Zengaku jiten (Dictionary of Zen Buddhism). Mugasanb5, 1927. 1655p. BL/1442/Z4/J62 About 20,000 entries. Stroke count index. B100 PJII', ~i Nakagawa, Juan. Zengo jii (Glossary of Zen terms) 2nd ed. rev. by Imai Fukuzan. Morie Shoten, 1956. 6, 711, 134p. BL/1442/Z4/N16 Gives brief explanations and cites usages for terms, idioms, and expressions in Chinese and Japanese Zen teachings. Unusual arrangement first by number of characters in the expression, then in kana order by first character, according to pronunciation when read as kambun. Kana readings given for only the most difficult expressions. B101 PD WXWtt<4tK0 Nakamura, Matae. Gendaigo yaku Hokke jiten (Dictionary of modern Japanese translation of the Lotus sutra) 4th ed. Shinjinsha, 1962. 1088p. Not in A.L. B102 a1~'3EJ l k<tS5f Shishio Bunko. Honge seiten daijirin (Glossary of Buddhist scriptures of the Nichiren sect) 6th ed. 1929. 3v. 1960 reprint ed. published by Sankibo. Not in A.L. Miscellaneous B103 *4tiEA RINlM\L0M_ Fujii, Masao. Bukkyo girei jiten (Dictionary of Buddhist ceremonies). Tokyodo, 1977. 373p. BQ/4990/J3/F94 Appended are annual events, reference works, and a chart of "unlucky days."

Page  25 25 B104-B108 B109-B114 B104 ttift Fukyo shinjiten (New dictionary of religious propagation) reprint ed. Kokusho Kankokai, 1975. 891p. BQ/5336/F94 First published in 1910. Contains a short history of proselytism by Kato Totsudo. Covers both terms and biographies with notes based on primary sources. Arranged in i-ro-ha order; index in kana order. B105 Mt w^M W Kanaoka, Shuyu. Bukke meigen jiten (Dictionary of wise sayings of Buddhist monks). Tokyodo, 1971. 10, 270p. PN/6308/B9/K16 Quotations, arranged topically with explanations and sources. Biographical dictionary, annotated bibliography appended. Title index. Chronologies B106 81 14k iTfMochizuki, Shinko. Bukkyo dainenpyo (Comprehensive chronological tables of Buddhism) 4th ed. rev. and enlarged. Kyoto, Sekai Seiten Kanko Kyokai, 1956. 458, 176p. (Bukkyo daijiten, v. 6). BL/1420/M68 Lists events in all fields of Buddhism, each with references, from Buddha's birth to 1954 in parallel columns for Japan, China, and India and other countries. Tables of sects and lists of head temples and priests appended. Indexes. [D117] B107 HA~IkIF6 10tkFA Meiji hyakunen kinen Bukkyo dainenkan (The Buddhist almanac, Meiji centennial edition). Bukky5 Taimususha, 1969. 1220p. BL/1440/B9 Reviews 100 years of Buddhist history; contains directories to groups, facilities, schools and sectarian institutions, etc.; includes a who's who of leading Buddhists. Individual Sects B108 i:,-,i H MU u -t Shibuya, Jigai. Nihon Tendaishu nenpyo (Chronology of the Japanese Tendai sect) rev. ed. Daiichi Shobo, 1973. 408, 64p. BQ/9112.9/J3/S56 Covers the period from the birth of the sect's founder, Saich5, in 767 A.D., through 1936. Records of head priests of the sect and its major temples, list of source works and name index are included. B109 B~iyiii-i%<%X x>rit4^ Shingonshu Buzanha Jimukyoku. Shingonshu nenpyo (Chronology of the Shingon sect). 1931. 836p. BL/1442/S55/H8 By the office of the K5bo Daishi 1,100th commemorative year. Covers the events from the birth of Kobo Daishi, 774 A.D., through 1931. Indexes. B11O *Z74~ *~+,if Fujimoto, Ryotai. J5doshu dainenpyo (Comprehensive coronology of the Jodo sect). Daito Shuppansha, 1941. 917, 49p. Not in A.L. B111 W, 5 1 H *1A,X9F2 Mori, Keizo. Nihon Zenshu nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese Zen Buddhism). Ryuginsha, 1934. 438p. BL/1442/Z4/M8 Identifies important persons by giving birth and death dates, covers from the birth of Yosai, founder of the Rinzai sect, in 1411, through 1933. Sources are cited. B112 AvLE^t A t Rissho Daigaku, Nichirenshu Shiryo Hensankai. Nichirenshu nenpyo (Chronology of the Nichiren sect). 1941. 8, 290, 96p. Not in A.L. B113 Wi- R JfIF Tomiya, Nisshin. Nisshu nenpyo (Chronology of the Nichiren sect). Kyoto, Heirakuji Shoten, 1935. 349p. BQ/8312/T65 Covers the dates from the birth of Nichiren (1222) through 1935. Includes a list of major temples of the sect. Temples B114:ltj, )BH Y.W, Hori, Yoshizo. Dai Nihon jiin soran (Survey of Buddhist temples in Japan). Meiji Shuppansha, 1916. 2760p. BL/1487.45/J3/H82 Reprint edition by Meicho Kankukai in 1966 in 2v. Gives location and sect affiliation of over 71,000 temples as of 1916 with entries on history for some major temples. Arranged by geographical areas.

Page  26 26 B115-B119 R7 9n_ R-7 9 L.)-L 6U-DI 6 B115 HQ*~#X- - # Nihon shaji taikan: jiin hen (Comprehensive survey of Japanese shrines and temples). Kyoto, Hinode Shinbunsha, 1933. 22, 926, 182p. BL/2211/S4/A1/H66 Gives sect affiliations, histories, buildings, treasures, main festivals, etc. of major temples, with introductory history of Japanese Buddhist temples by Kamuroji Yusho. [D128] B116 ~Hg -%, Zenkoku jiin meikan (Nationwide temple directory) rev. ed. Zen Nihon Bukkyokai Jiin Meikan Kankokai, 1970. 4v. BL/1478.45/J3/Z54 The most comprehensive directory, compiled from prefectural records of religious bodies and listing over 78,000 temples. Each entry gives affiliation, address, nearest station, and information on principal images, buildings, and the traditional history of the temple with many photographs. Arranged geographically by prefecture; includes temples in Hawaii, North America and Brazil. Indexes. B117 ^NOk Kanaoka, Shuyu. Koji meisatsu jiten (Dictionary of old and prominent temples). Tokyodo, 1970. 16, 400p. BL/1478.45/J3/K16 Lists over 600 old and famous temples, each with its history and legend, formal and other names, location, status, affiliation, and appearances in classical literature. Indexes names of temples and persons. B118,! r <X.<t.L A:t Nakao, Takashi. Koji junrei jiten (Dictionary of pilgrimage circuits of old temples). Tokyodo, 1973. 8, 343p. BQ/6450/J3/N16 Lists some 130 traditional pilgrimage circuits of old temples, giving names of the temples in their traditional order on the circuits, with sect and location. Also given for the better known circuits are information on deities enshrined at the temples and associated poems. Biographies B119 BM1All S0a$ Washio, Junkei. Nihon bukke jinmei jisho (A biographical dictionary of Japanese Buddhists) 3rd. ed., revised. Tokyo Bijutsu, 1966. 364, 1319, 181p. BL/1460/W27 Most comprehensive work of its kind, it sketches the lives of about 6,000 priests, monks, nuns, sculptors and artists from the introduction of Buddhism in the 6th century to about 1900, arranged by their religious names. Well documented with many quotations from records and other sources. Many portraits, tables and indexes. B120 Htt%? |tt Tsunemitsu, Konen. Meiji no Bukkyosha (Buddhists of the Meiji era). Shunjusha, 1968. 2v. BL/1460/T883 Contains biographies of 82 important figures in Japanese Buddhism and Buddhist studies during the Meiji period on, with illustrations where available. B121 +%A H*1;1MRA Nakao, Takashi, and Imai, Masaharu. Nihon meiso jiten (Dictionary of eminent Japanese monks). Tokyodo, 1976. 224p. BQ/683/N68 Gives short biographies for 60 famous Buddhist monks from ancient times to early modern times. Each entry includes sections on biography, religious thought, legends. Bibliography, chronological table, index, appended. B122;fffX_ i0T4l0. Suganuma, Akira. Dogen jiten (Dogen dictionary). T-kyodo, 1977. 271p. BQ/9449/D656/S94 Opens with a biography of Dogen. Dictionary covers people and places, book titles, terms relating specifically to Dogen, the Sot5 Zen sect and to Zen in general. Readings of difficult terms given. Bibliography, chronology, maps, index. Concordances B123 if/,'9P3 ~'i #Ig Oshima, Chutaro. Myoho Rengekyo sakuin (Index tothe Lotus sutra). Ky5to, Heirakuji Shoten, 1941. 148, lOp. BL/1411/S23/08 Spine and colophon read: Hokekyo sakuin. Cites page references in the Heirakuji edition. Index.

Page  27 27 B124-B127 B128-B136 B124 j BJ1 kaw9^J 1l Kato, Shukoh. Shobo genzo yogo sakuin (Concordance to the Sh5bo genzo). Risosha, 1962-1963. 2v. BL/1473/D7/S5/K2 15,000 principal words used in Shobo genzo (Eye of the righteous law), major work of Dogen (1200-1253) and central to the doctrine of Japanese Soto Zen. Context of each occurence is cited with page reference to the Iwanami Bunko edition. Entries are in kana order with character spellings and cross references to similar words. Index of difficult readings and a table collating the pagination of the Iwanami and Honzan editions are included. 1921. 12v. BL/1411/Z4/K8 Contains Japanese bungo translations of works by Rinzai Zen monks from China, Korea and Japan. B128 'jt Kokubun toho Bukkyo sosho (Series of Eastern Buddhist books in Japanese), edited by Washio Junkei. Kokubun Toho Bukky5 Sosho Kank5kai, 1925-1926. lOv. PL/753/K83 A chronological anthology of 281 preMeiji works on Buddhism by Japanese authors, written in Japanese and annotated by the editor. Individual Sects Iconography See under Fine Arts. Col Iections B125 4 — I' t'IJ~ )~tit Bussho Kankokai. Dai Nihon Bukkyo zensho (Complete collection of Japanese Buddhism). Dai Nihon Bukkyo Zensho Hakkojo, 1913-1922. 151v. BL/1440/B93 A collection of 1332 items, chiefly historical source materials, including basic material on several sects, early writings on rituals and legends, iconography, chronicles, the diaries and other collected writings of many Japanese priests, catalogs of properties, etc. Contents, names, works are indexed. B125aDai Nihon Bukkyo zensho somokuroku (Complete catalog) of this collection was published in 1922. B126 JRft] ti ~ t Gendai Bukkyo meicho zenshu (Collection of great works in modern Buddhism), edited by Nakamura Hajime, Masutani Fumio and Joseph M. Kitagawa. Ryubundo, 1971-1974. 10v. BL/1405/N16 Major works on Buddhist doctrine from mid-Tokugawa to the present, translated into modern Japanese with some notes and biographical information on the authors. B127 f]AA,:Kokuyaku Zenshu sosho (Collected Zen works with Japanese translation). Kokuyaku Zenshu S5sho Kank5kai, 1919 - B129 " n E-'Tendaishu zensho (Complete literature of the Tendai sect). Daizo Shuppan, 1935 -1937. 25v. BQ/9108/T32 B130 l,,/` Shingonshu zensho (Complete literature of the Shingon sect). Daiz5 Shuppan, 1937. 42v. Not in A.L. B131 A —a 4t'Shinshu seiten zensho (Collected Shin Buddhist scriptures). Bunkaido Shoten, 1907. 2, 2044p. BL/1442/S5/G67 B132 UjaE'i:j. ~Ld-z gIt Maeda, Koreyama Ryo Wajo Koki Kinenkai. Shinshu sosho (Series of Shin sect literature). Ky5to, Shinshu S5sho Hensanjo, 1927-1931. 13v. BQ/8708/S56 B133,KtJ Shinshu taikei (Literature of the Shin sect). Kyoto, Shinshu Tenseki Kankokai, 1916-1925. 37v. BL/1442/S5/S6 B134 - tkf i Tsumaki, Naoyoshi. Shinshu zensho (Complete literature of the Shin sect). Zokyo Shoin, 1913-1916. 74v. BL/1442/S5/S65 B135 J5doshu zensho (Complete literature of the J5do sect). Jodoshu Shuten Kankokai, 1928-1932. 20v. BL/1442/J6/J6 B136 9 AP EtS Sotoshu zensho (Complete literature of the Soto sect). Bukkyosha, 1929-1938. 20v. Not in A.L.

Page  28 28 B137-B140 B141-B144 B137 VI S Tk-'7 )X Kokuyaku Zengaku taisei (Collection of Zen doctrine with Japanese translation). Nishod5 Shoten, 1929-1930. 25v. Not in A.L. B138 H-,J - Nichirenshu zensho (Complete literature of the Nichiren sect). Suharaya Shoten, 1910-1916. Not in A.L. B138a: /ll- tF]~ TiI H IIXKA Rissho Daigaku. Nichiren Kyogaku Kenkyujo. Showa teihon Nichiren Shonin zenshu (Showa authorized version of the complete works of Saint Nichiren). Minobu, Yamanashiken, 1952-1959. 4v. BQ/8349/N57 B138b jif _ K rif0 H 4X-AJ:C Asai, Yorin. Showa shinshu Nichiren Shonin ibun zenshu (Showa compilation of the complete works of St. Nichiren). Kyoto, Heirakuji Shoten, 1954. 3v. BL/1442/N6/N B138c Hi ad cI2-LTJThJ H N AR& a[| Satomi Nihon Bunkagaku Kenkyujo. Nichiren Shonin ibun sakuin (Index to writings of Saint Nichiren). Kyoto, Satomi Seishin Bunka Kenkyujo, 1952. 4v. BQ/8349/N57 Christianity Bibliographies B139 I#t~Q Ikado, Fujio and McGovern, J. R. A Bibliography of Christianity in Japan — Protestantism in English Sources (1858 -1959). International Christian University, 1966. 16, 125p. Z/7817/I26 Books and pamphlets, articles and dissertations on the subject are listed alphabetically by author. Title, author and subject indexes. Mostly annotated. B140 t2ll- H &'~ J~t Matsuda, Kiichi. Nichi-0 koshoshi bunken mokuroku: Catalog of the Documents and studies on the Historical Relation between Japan and Europe —South Europe —and Christianity. Isseido Shoten, 1965. 222p. Z/7778/J3/M43 An unannotated listing of nearly 7,000 documents and studies, published inside and outside Japan between 1868 and 1963, on Japanese-South European relations, with emphasis on the introduction of Christianity to Japan. Indexes. B141= HW V Zi,-kJ ~ _ Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Nichi-O bunka kosho bunken mokuroku (Bibliography on cultural relations between Japan and Europe). Katorikku Bunka Kyokai, 1949. 4, 86p. Z/7757/J3/K75 Bibliography commemorating the 4th centenary of St. Xavier's arrival in Japan, August 15, 1549. An exhibition catalog and union list of 589 books, articles, and manuscripts dealing with Christianity in pre-Meiji Japan held by 29 Japanese libraries. Author index. B142 mjRTI Ebisawa, Arimichi. Christianity in Japan: A Bibliography of Japanese and Chinese Sources. Part I (1543-1858). International Christian University, 1960. 27, 171p. Z/7757/J3/E12 A chronological-topical listing of 3,648 writings from 1543 to 1858, by Christians or concerning Christian missions in Japan, including translations, works by missionaries, histories and records, medical and other texts, edicts, etc. Gives full citation, including major collections in which reprints can be found. List of sources, collections. Indexes by title, author and subject. B143 M A- ') V4 tJt _Y; X H S-K a~ H Kokusai Kirisutokyo Daigaku, Ajia Bunka Kenkyu Iinkai. Nihon Kirisutoky5 bunken mokuroku (A bibliography of Christianity in Japan). Part II (1859-1912). 1965. Z/7757/J3/K78 Continuation of Part I by Ebisawa, B142 above. Lists some 10,000 writings and translations, classified and unannotated. Citations include later editions and printings, and refer to library collections where each volume may be found. Title and author indexes. B144 H aTf fMi t Ebisawa, Arimichi. Kirishitan tenseki soko (Studies on early Christian books in Japan). Takubundo, 1943. 261p. Z/7751/E16 Surveys Japanese books first printed by the Portuguese Jesuits and other early Christian literature, with discussions of their cultural and religious significance. Bibliography. Title and name index. [D150]

Page  29 29 B146-B149 B1 50-B1 54 B145 'Aj4V P /fAP IO V - P: Jf Ebisawa, Arimichi and Sukeno, Kentaro. Kirishitanshi bunken kaidi (Annotated bibliography on history of early Christianity in Japan). Yokohama, Kirisutoky5 Shigakkai, 1955. 50p. (Kirishitan kenkyu series, 2). Z/7751/E17 Lists Japanese and foreign books, including Japanese translations, classified as source materials, histories, biographies and other forms. [D151] B146 H_!ft 0, _[4W Kirisutokyo Shigakkai. Nihon Kirisutokyoshi kankei wakansho mokuroku (Bibliotheca Christiana japonica; catalogue of books and manuscripts relating to the early Christian mission in Japan, 1590 -1890). Bunkodo Shoten, 1954. 129p. Z/7837/K58 A catalog of over 3,200 works written in Chinese and Japanese by missionaries, pastors, or Christian believers, classified by Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and Mission categories. Unannotated title entry gives at least one location in a library where the work is held. No index. B147 i~ It Ju a Doi, Tadao. Kirishitan bunken ko (Bibliographial studies on early Christianity in Japan). Sanseido, 1963. 15, 426p. Z/7837/D65 Consists of 9 bibliographic essays on historical materials including writings of early missionaries, Japanese Christians and church leaders. There are many quotations, bibliographic references, and copious notes. Indexes of titles, terms, sources of quotations, quotations and Western language terms. B148 aL^* 1i-j$ J h-h Kubota, Yukio. Kirishitan bungaku noto (Notes on early Christian literature). Natsumesha, 1952. 125p. BR/117/K95 13 brief bibliographic essays outlining Kirishitan literature of various types, i.e. scriptures, apologia, antiChristian, and major studies. Many bibliographic references and some selections reprinted from manuscripts are included. B149 n)J _ll7 P - Shinagawa, Tsutomu. Uchimura Kanzo kenkyu bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of works for the study of Uchimura Kanzo). Meiji Bunken, 1968. 230p. Z/8901/S53 Revised and enlarged from Shinagawa's earlier editions of 1953-1956, and 1960. Unannotated bio-bibliography of Uchimura (1861-1930), arranged chronologically from 1881 to 1968. Appended is an annotated bibliographical analysis of Iwanami Shoten's 1942 Uchimura KanzD zenshu (Complete collection of Uchimura Kanzo). Author and title indexes. Dictionaries B150 9 k7tY 'J '>' ~ Jochi Daigaku. Katorikku daijiten (Encyclopedia of Catholicism). Fuzambo, 1940-1960. 5v. BX/841/K18 Explains in detail history, doctrines, dogmas, organization, literature, etc., of Catholicism, including that in Japan, with references for each entry and supplemental references in v. 5. Indexes of names and subjects in European languages, Japanese and Chinese names, Mohammedanism, canons and decrees. First published in 1940 in cooperation with Herder publishing house of Germany. [D154] B151 H ttAWA + A J I) 7 t9 $ Nihon Kirisutoky5 Kyogikai. Kirisutokyo daijiten (Cyclopedia of Christianity). Kyobunkan, 1963. 11, 1204, 242p. BR/95/K58 Scholarly coverage from the Protestant viewpoint of about 10,000 terms, persons, places and writings, with references. European language equivalents are given throughout. Chronology of Christianity to 1963, illustrations and maps appended. Indexes of names and subjects in European languages. [D156] B152 /j4c1t +9 97 Ftiftw Kobayashi, Yoshio. Kirisutokyo hyakka jiten (Encyclopedia of Christianity). Enderle Shoten, 1960. 1914p. Not in A.L. B153 l7klfff )tikttR Takagi, Jintaro. Kirisutokyo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Christianity) enlarged ed. Keiseisha Shoten, 1951. 1542p. Not in A.L. B154 4J\t - 9 7 v ~m Kobayashi, Yoshio. Kirisutokyo yogo jiten (Glossary of Christianity). Tokyodo, 1960. 464p. Not in A.L.

Page  30 30 B155-B157 Bl 58 B155 tCMW jjffl'anV - IX X ^fAN Monbusho. Gakujutsu yogoshu: Kirisuto ky5gaku hen (Japanese scientific terms, Christianity). Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1972. 21, 248p. BR/96.5/J35 Pt. 1 is Japanese-English; pt. 2 is English-Japanese. B156 - _Z Kirisutokyo nenkan (Yearbook of Christianity). Kirisutokyo Shinbunsha, 1948-. Biennial. BV/3440/K61 Articles on events and problems of the previous years; gives statistics and directories. B157 QH 1gmft"*Xm Nihon Kirisutokyodan nenkan (Yearbook of the United Church of Christ in Japan) 1943-. Nihon Kirisutokyodan, 1943, 1948-. Annual. BV/3440/N68 A directory of churches, ministers, and employees, educational and other related institutions, and missionaries, officers and committee members of the United Church. Collections B158 ltwFm iIR^J Hiyane, Antei. Kirishitan bunko (Kirishitan library). Keiseisha Shoten, 1926-1928. 5v. BR/1305/H67 Contains the Kirishitan monogatari (Stories of Christians), Nambanji kohaiki (rise and fall of the Nanbanji — southern barbarian temple) and 27 other writings by non-Christians concerning Christianity in the Edo period. Each volume contains a brief explanatory and bibliographic essay.

Fine Arts

pp. 31-54

Page  31 31 C1-C4 C5-C7 ( FINE ARTS Covers fine arts in general, sculpture, painting, calligraphy, architecture and gardens, ceramics, music and drama. Related materials are found in history, literature and other subject fields. Topics such as photography, printing, swords, sports, tea ceremony and flower arrangement are omitted. GENERAL WORKS Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1965. N/8/B58 264p. Bibliographies Cl -X: ePfiF HB*X4iA A Bijutsu Kenkyujo. Nihon Toyo kobijutsu bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of traditional Japanese and Far Eastern art). Chuo Koran Bijutsu Shuppan, 1969. 698p. Z/5938/J3/B582 Continues the Toyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku, described below, from 1936 to 1965. Articles were selected from 900 periodical titles. C2 X#%WFPfi Xt^ kL~ Bijutsu Kenkyujo. Toyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of Oriental art). Literature on old art published in periodicals. Zayuho Kankokai, 1941 -1954. 4v. Z/5938/J3/B582 Classifies articles on pre-1868 Oriental art from more than 500 Japanese periodicals from 1868 to 1935, the area covered extending as far as Central Asia and Iran. C3 1 rt. 4~ Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. KBS Bibliography of Standard Reference: Books for Japanese Studies, v. 7a, Arts and Crafts. 1959. 170p. Z/3304/K81/v.7 Indexes C4 fAp.H Bijutsu kenkyu somokuroku (General index to the magazine Bijutsu kenkyu —Art studies), ed. by Bijutsu KenkyUjo. Classified index, from no. 1 issue, January 1932, to no. 230, September 1963. C5 I, q I Kokka sakuin (Kokka index) no. 1-753. Kokkasha, 1956. 424, 9p. N/7350/K8 Classified index of illustrations, articles and notes in 753 issues, 1889 -1954, of the authoritative magazine Kokka, devoted to Japanese painting, sculpture, architecture, crafts and calligraphy. [E17] For later years, index to each 10 numbers is issued as a supplement to the Kokka. C6 — ez, X,,H t~]f:~.i Museum, or Tokyo Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan bijutsushi. Ed. by the Museum. Bijutusu Shuppansha, 1969. 116p. Fine Arts Lib. N/8/M97 Classified index to Museum, the art history monthly from no. 1, April 1951, to no. 200, Nov. 1967. Dictionaries C7 ~f[R-: — T Noma, Seiroku and Tani, Shinichi. Bijitsu kantei jiten (Art appraisal dictionary). TokyodD, 1963. 406p. N/7350/N79 Illustrated guide to judgment of paintings, prints, sculpture, calligraphy, lacquer ware, swords, ceramics and other

Page  32 32 C8- C1 2 C13-C16 Oriental art works. Artists' seals, rankings of artists, genealogies of schools, etc. appended. Indexes of names, illustrations and seals. [E15] c8 sfi/, r3 — EH ^ Noma, Seiroku and Tani, Shinichi. Nihon bijutsu jiten (Dictionary of Japanese art) rev. ed. Tokyod5, 1958. 726p. N/7350/N8 About 5,500 entries, with 630 plates; outline of Japanese and related Oriental art and art history appended. Indexes of persons, terms and subjects, schools, and era names. [E18] C9 fJff [IJ<tIkeda, Tsunetaro. Nihon shoga kott5 daijiten (Cyclopedia of Japanese calligraphy, painting, and curios) 8th enl. and rev. ed. Seikokan, 1937. 1697, 548p. ND/1058/I26/1937 C10 _9~~~ ~f fi ff T5kyo Bijutsu Kanshokai. Ruiju shoga rakkan inpu (Collection of signatures, and seals from painting and calligraphy). Daiichi Shobo, 1973. 520p. ND/1058/R95/1973 Reprint of 1927 ed. Contains facsimiles of signatures and seals of Japanese and Chinese painters and calligraphers. Handbook cll I Ha 0IA{k Okudaira, Hideo. Nihon bijutsu benran (Handbook of Japanese art). Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1952. 355p. N/55/J3/N6 Sections on painting, calligraphy, sculpture, crafts and architecture give outline histories, lists of artists arranged chronologically by schools and explanations of terms. Directory of shrines, temples, castles and other old structures, genealogies of artists, chronology, etc. appended. [E20] Chronology C12 /JT4WJ MfflEW S-t fifi Kobayashi, Takeshi and Fujita, Tsuneyo. Nihon bijutsushi nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese art history). Sogensha, 1952. 316, 72p. (Sogen sensho 228) Fine Art Lib. N/7350/K75 Records some 3,000 art works and events from 1 A.D. to 1952, with parallel notes on developments in politics, culture and foreign arts. Detailed indexes. [E21] C13 J H L * J~ S Minamoto, Toyomune. Nihon bijutsushi nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese art history). Zayuho Kankokai, 1940. 290p. Fine Art Lib. N/7350/M68 Parallel columns list art objects, artists, and art and historical events from 160 B.C. to 1939. Genealogies, table of death dates of poet monks of five Zen temples, etc. appended. Index includes owners of art objects. Companion volumes are the same author's Nihon bijutsushi (History of Japanese art), 1930, and Nihon bijutsushi zuroku (Illustrated history of Japanese art), 1932, the latter translated into English in 1935. [E22] This 1940 edition was revised and updated to 1971, indexed, and published in 1972. 392p. C14 [2i& j. mHI#VThf Yamazaki, Shigehisa. Shosai Nihon bijutsu nenpyo (Concise chronology of Japanese art). Geishinsha, 1973. 49p. N/7350/Y185 A folding book. Lists art objects for each year from the 6th century to 1970s. Biographies C15 Roberts, Laurence P. A Dictionary of Japanese Artists: Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Prints, Lacquer. Tokyo and New York, Weatherhill, 1976. 299p. N/7358/R65 Published for the Japan Society, New York. A biographical dictionary of Japanese artists from the ancient to the present times, giving dates, alternate names in characters, short biography, location of collections and reference sources for further studies. Glossary, bibliography, index to alternate names, character index are appended. C16 Japanese National Committee for the International Association of Plastic Arts. Who's Who among Japanese Artists. Japanese Govt. Printing Bureau, 1961. 250p. N/7358/I5 Covers living artists in painting, graphic art and sculpture as of 1959. Each entry includes an illustration of

Page  33 33 C17-C21 C22-C25 representative work. Directory of major art organizations, artist groups, exhibitions, art prizes, museums of modern art appended. Text in English. C17 -XAT Bijutsujin nenkan (Artists' yearbook), ed. by Nihon Bijutsu Shinkokai. 1950- Bijutsu Hyoronsha, 1958-. Annual. N/55/J3/B55 Gives works, awards, memberships in organizations and brief biographies under names of painters, sculptors, industrial artists and calligraphers. Directories of museums, organizations, schools, art critics and art dealers appended. Index. [E23] C18 m Bijutsuka meikan (Artists' who's who) 1956-. Ed. Shimizu Toru and Shimizu Osamu. Bijutsu Kurabu, 1956-. Annual. N/55/J3/B56 Former title: Gendai bijutsuka meikan. 1917-1955. Gives organization memberships, awards, brief biographies and works, with prices, of contemporary painters, sculptors, industrial artists and calligraphers. List of deceased artists, genealogies of schools and chronology appended. Classified index of names. [E24] C19 -— t0t Bijutsu meiten (Who's who in art) 1959- Geijutsu Shinbunsha, 1959-. Annual. N/55/J3/B58 Biographical directory of Japanese artists working in both Japanese and Western styles of painting, prints, sculpture, crafts, calligraphy. Guide to galleries, index to names of artists appended. c20 J ILz * tH l Araki, Tadashi. Dai-Nihon shoga meika taikan (General survey of famous Japanese calligraphers and painters). Dai-Nihon Shoga Meika Taikan Kank5kai, 1934. 4v. N/7358/A66 V. 1 and v. 2 contain artists' biographies, listed by the artist's pen name in characters. V. 3 contains seals and signatures. V. 4 indexes surnames, variant art names, and signatures. C21 /1j' Nt T;24 *l " Kobayashi, Tsutomu. Kokon Nihon shoga meika zenden (Biographies of Japanese calligraphers and painters, traditional and modern). Nishodo, 1931. 401, 343p. ND/1058/K75 Describes in detail the lives and works of some 3,600 from the 8th century to the present, with history of calligraphy in China and Japan. Genealogies and signatures and seals appended. [E26] Yearbooks C22 HB Wff Nihon bijutsu nenkan (Japanese art yearbook) 1936-. Compiled by Tokyo Kokuritsu Bunkazai Kenkyujo Bijutsubu. 1936-1949, 1952-. Annual. Shows important works of the previous year in painting, sculpture, crafts and architecture, chronicles exhibits and other events and lists obituaries, bibliography, laws and regulations relating to art and directories of institutions, organizations, artists and others in art circles. [E34] C23,j4jif Bijutsu nenkan (Art yearbook) 1957 -Compiled by Bijutsu Shuppansha. 1957 -Annual. N/7350/B48 Surveys events and trends in Westernstyle painting, Japanese painting, sculpture, architecture, design, crafts and photography, with reproductions of outstanding works, reports on art circles abroad, list of major exhibitions, obituaries and directories of organizations and artists. [E33] Collections C24 X H., D t Genshoku Nihon no bijutsu (Japanese art in color), ed. by Akiyama Terukazu and others. Shogakkan, 1966-1972. 30v. N/6352/G33 An excellent survey of all aspects of Japanese art. Each volume, edited by one or more specialists, contains over 100 color plates, with explanatory text and notes on plates. C25 EflHP —a H*M% Tanaka, Ichimatsu. Nihon bijutsu taikei (Outline of Japanese art). Kodansha, 1959-1961. llv. Fine Art Lib. N/7350/N61 Shows and comments on representative works in architecture, sculpture,

Page  34 34 C26-C30 C31-C38 painting (3v.), ceramics, lacquer ware, textiles and dyeing, and metalwork from ancient times to 1912, with separate volume on recent art. V. 11 gives a general survey, chronology and indexes of objects by artists and owners. [E28] Japanese art). Gakushu Kenkyusha, 1978-. (25v. planned). In progress. N/7352/N673 C31 H*WAA7 Z hl Dai-ichi Shuppan Senta. Nihon by5bue shusei (Collection of Japanese screen painting). Kodansha, 1977-. In progress (9v. as of 1978). ND/1052/N62 C26 Tokyo National Japanese Art. 1954. 6v. Museum. Pageant of Toto Bunka Co., 1952 -Fine Art Lib. N/7350/T65 English translation of Nihon bijutsu zenshu. C27 Wi:ffl R k[L. -H Tazawa, Yutaka and Ooka, Minoru. Zusetsu Nihon bijutsushi (Illustrated history of Japanese art). Iwanami Shoten, 1957. 2v. Fine Art Lib. N/7350/T23 Captions on all illustrations in both Japanese and English. Text, with supplementary illustrations (v. 1), keyed to 293 pages of small plates arranged chronologically from ancient times to 1868 (v. 2), with locations indicated. Special section on Buddhist art. [E29] C28 JfHVOt H *f %N Genshoku gendai Nihon no bijutsu (Contemporary Japanese art in color). Shogakkan, 1977-. To be completed in 18v. (7v. as of 1979). ND/1055/G26 Covers post-Meiji arts —paintings (traditional and Western style), prints, calligraphy, crafts, ceramics, architecture. Clear color plates and signed authoritative explanations with illustrations, biographies of artists; list of plates in English and Japanese. C29H BW- %Nihon genshi bijutsu (Prehistoric Japanese art). Kodansha, 1964-1966. 6v. N/7353/N68 Shosoin Collections C32 9 f rPPLT iE~1* Kunaicho. Shosoin Jimusho. Shosoin homotsu (Treasures of Shosoin). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1960-1962. 3v. Fine Art Lib. N/7353/A2/S55 Covers north, middle and south sections. Each volume consists of 120 color plates with a 40-50p. separate explanatory booklet. Japanese and English text. For specific types of objects in the Shosoin see the following illustrated volumes, published by Kunaicho Shosoin Jimusho. English summary for each volume. C33 _E AI SV?l2f Shosoin homotsu senshoku (Textile in the Sh5s5in). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1963-1964. 2v. Fine Art Lib. NK/8884/A27 C34 rCD t Shosoin no shoseki (Calligraphy conserved in the Shosoin, Nara). Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1964. 117, 4p. 184 plates. Z/44/J34 C35 CODj i 7 Shosoin no garasu (Glass in the Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1965. 91 plates. NK/5184/A35 Shosoin). 99, 20p. Chiefly illustrations. Contents: v. 1, Jomon pottery by Hamanouchi Kiyoo; v. 2, Earthen figurines accessories by Kouno Isamu; v. 3, Yayoi pottery by Sugiwara Sosuke; v. 4, Bronze vessels by Sugiwara Sosuke; v. 5, Kofun wall painting by Saito Tadashi; v. 6, Haniwa, mirrors, jewelry, swords by Miki Fumio. For other prehistoric art books see the heading archaeology under the section on History. C36 itl-%CD Shosoin no gakki in the Sh5soin). sha, 1967. 234, C37 Elfr6CDikJ Shosoin no kaiga Shos5in). Nihon 1968. 164, 4p. (Musical instruments Nihon Keizai Shinbun24p. 199 plates. ML/535/S53 (Paintings in the Keizai Shinbunsha, 158 plates: ND/1053/S65 C30o HB Nihon bijutsu zenshu (Collection of C38 iEARO I Shosoin no shikko (Lacquer works in the Shosoin). Heibonsha, 1975. 180, 16p.

Page  35 35 C39-C42 C43-C45 384 plates. NK/9900.5/J3/S56 C39 V tj##~ iltP0#M Teishitsu Hakabutsukan. Shosoin gyobutsu zuroku (Catalog of the Imperial treasures in the Shosoin). 1928-1944. 15v. Rare Book Room N/3750/N22/S5 Chiefly plates. Supplementary booklet in English of explanatory notes to plates accompanies vols. 1-12, 14. Museum Catalogs and Guide Books C43 <" tJ Zenkoku Bijutsukan Kaigi. Zenkoku bijutsukan meguri (Guide to art museums in Japan). Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1972. 339p. N/3735/Z54 Arranged by geographical regions with an index of names of museums. A handy guide. CULTURAL PROPERTIES (National treasures) Catalogs C40 X 4-,J> At1X N-1 Lt4tm Tokyo Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan. Tokyo Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan (Tokyo national museum). Kodansha, 1966. 3v. in cases. Fine Art Lib. N/3750/T64/A47 A catalog of the best works in the Museum collection, covering Japanese and Chinese art, Horyuji treasures. Each volume contains over 100 color plates with captions in Japanese and English; explanatory text in Japanese. C41 $~t TLhi~ t Nezu Bijutsukan. Seizans5 seisho (Illustrated catalog of the Nezu collection). 1939-1943. lOv. in portfolios. Rare Book Room N/7336/N575 A catalog of one of the finest private art museums in Japan. Contents: v. 1, Chinese painting; v. 2, Calligraphy; v. 3, 4, 5, tea utensils; v. 6, Chinese bronzes; v. 7, 8, Japanese painting; v. 9, Buddhist sculpture; v. 10, Buddhist painting. Each portfolio contains 30-64 plates, many in color, and explanations of plates and captions in both Japanese and English. Table of contents in Japanese and general index in English in v. 10. C42 Roberts, Laurance P. Roberts' Guide to Japanese Museums. In collaboration with the International House of Japan. Kodansha International, ltd., 1978. xi, 348p. New edition, revised from his Connoosseurs Guide to Japanese Museums. An English guide to 355 principal museums, arranged alphabetically by their names, giving locations, open hours, names of directors, types of collections with comments. Glossary at the end. Indexed by prefectures and by subject types of collections. C44 FwIs C7 tIi Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Shitei bunkazai sogo mokuroku (Union catalog of registered cultural properties). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1958. 3v. DS/806/A23 This was updated as follows: C44a Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Shitei bunkazai sogo mokuroku: Kinenbutsu, minzoku shiryo, mukei bunkazai (Union catalog....: monument, folk materials, intangible cultural properties). Aoki Insatsu, 1965. 3, 284p. DS/806/A23/1965 C44b ___.: Daiichi Kenzobutsu hen (no. 1, Buildings). 1967. 422p. C44c _. __: Daini Bijutsu kogeihin hen (no. 2, Fine arts). 1968. 973, 47p. C44d Bunkacho. Shitei bunkazai sogo mokuroku: Shiseki meisho, tennen kinenbutsu juyo minzoku shiryuhen (Famous historical sites, natural monuments, important folk materials). Daiichi Hoki, 1974. 350p. For older lists of designated important cultural properties, see the following: C45 f-)I-,M m _4 Q =D - Jt Monbusho Kyokakyoku. Juyo bijutsuhin-to nintei bukken mokuroku (Catalog of objects designed as important cultural properties). Kyoto, Shibunkaku, 1972. 844p. N/7352/A22 Reprint of 1942 edition with a 1949 supplement.

Page  36 36 C46-C49 C50-C55 C46 Q5ft 7 t, H X Monbusho. Shukyokyoku. Kokuho h5motsurui mokuroku (Catalog of national treasures). Naikaku Insatsukyoku, 1940. 467, 27p. Covers the period from 1898 to 1940 for designation of the treasures. C47 'Wf itjLFIj' LR~ k4 H Kyotofu Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Kinki chiho kokuho juyo bunkazai sogo mokuroku (Union catalog of national treasures and important cultural properties in the Kinki regions). Daiichi Hoki Shuppan, 1973. 739p. N/7356/K52/K95 Covers the designation dates from 1950 to 1973. Includes painting, sculpture, the crafts, calligraphy, architecture, archaeology. Each entry gives classification, date of designation, name of the object with brief explanation, owner or location, and period. 30p. Supplement for 1974. Dictionaries C48 -TZfkMr=1tRA Kyoto Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Bunkazai yogo jiten (Dictionary of terms related to cultural properties). Daiichi Hoki Shuppan, 1976. 517p. DS/821/B92 Contains 2,000 entries covering 4,000 terms in 20 areas of traditional arts and crafts. Over 530 illustrations, general index. C49 ti(2k~'~ A aft Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Kokuho jiten (Dictionary of national treasures). Kyoto, Benrido, 1961. 495, 12p. Fine Art Lib. N/7352/B79 Photographs and descriptions of 735 paintings and other objects and 196 buildings registered as of Dec. 1 1960, with dimensions, locations and other information. Supplement adds registrations to March 1961. Glossary, chronological table of production dates, catalog classifying objects by areas and owners, and location map appended. Indexes of terms, owners, artists and names of treasures. [E40] Collections C50o;,frL X JL Bunkacho. Juyo bunkazai (Important cultural properties). Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1972-1978. 32v. N/7352/J95 V. 31 and 32 are supplements. Covers sculpture, painting, architecture, calligraphy, crafts and industrial arts, and archeology; each volume consists of 10 color plates and about 400 illustrations in black and white, accompanied by basic data. Index. C5l )JLfr D9JitS1 Bunkacho. Genshokuban kokuh5 (National treasures in color). Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1976. 13v. N/7352/G32 The main part is in 12 volumes, arranged chronologically in 6 sections: painting, sculpture, calligraphy, decorative arts, archaeology, and architecture. About 90 color plates to each volume with illustrated explanations and brief English notes. V. 13 contains indexes in both Japanese and English. C52 XlN H1 Mainichi Shinbunsha Kokuho Iinkai. Kokuho (National treasures). 1963-1967. 6v. in cases. N/7352/M22 C52a A booklet, Kokuho benran (Manual of national treasures) in v. 6. Each volume is arranged chronologically. Explanatory notes in both Japanese and English. C53.iir H4*HN V Monbusho. Nihon kokuho zenshu (Complete collection of Japanese national treasures). Nihon Kokuho Zenshu Kankokai, 1924-1939. 84v. Fine Art Lib. N/7350/A3 (Folio) Collotype reproductions of 1,860 treasures. No index. C54 ff- If t a MAl ^'jV - X Dai-ichi Shuppan Senta. Ningen kokuho shiriizu (Living national treasures series). Kodansha, 1977. 43v. NX/750/J72/1977 Guide Books C55 t1lYT^ThW{ ^4sL\{^mL ^ Bunkacho Bunkazai Hogobu. Mukei bunkazai, minzoku bunkazai yoran

Page  37 37 C56-C59 C60-C62 (Handbook of "intangible" craftmen and performing artists, and ethnological cultural properties). Geisodo, 1977. 2v. DS/821/A1/M92 V. 1 covers "intangible" techniques represented by a person or a group of persons, dealing with crafts and performing arts, e.g. kabuki, no actors, or musicians and crafts such as pottery making, textile dyeing and weaving, etc. V. 2 covers ethnic festival performances as well as costumes and utensils which contributed to the Japanese way of life. Includes a list of persons who were excluded from the designation because of their death. c56 KatQfiW4X Tffa U HJP-k t Ota, Hirotaro and Machida, Koichi. Kokuho juyo bunkazai annai (Guide to national treasures and important cultural properties). Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1970. 438, lip. DS/806.3/087 Arranged by geographical area, identifies art objects found at temples, shrines and in museums. Glossary of terms. C57 ~d + L t4tw t Kyodo no bunkazai (Regional cultural properties). Hobunkan, 1960-1961. 15v. (Nihon bunkazai taikei, 1-15). N/7352/K99 Lists cultural properties by regions with explanatory, illustrated text. See also entries under Architecture and Buddhist art. SCULPTURE C58 XaH H AOtXIJ Kuno, Takeshi. Nihon no ch5koku (Japanese sculpture). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1960. 166p. NB/1053/K97 Photographs show about 200 representative works from the end of the 6th century to the present, with outline history of Japanese sculpture and section on regional aspects of sculpture. Chronology to 1956, illustrations of special features of Buddhist statues and notes on the techniques of making them appended. Glossary index of technical terms. [E42] C59 3i(j MH*0DWing Kuno, Takeshi. Zoku Nihon no chokoku (Japanese sculpture, continued). Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1964-1965. NB/1053/K971 6v. Companion volumes to Nihon no chDkoku, C58, divided by region. Each volume consists of about 32 photogravures and short discussions. Guide to temples and shrines, maps, bibliography appended. C60 ~ tEg W T H Mt' B XIJN1Mi Ueno, Naoteru and Sakamoto, Manshichi. Nihon chokoku zuroku (Japanese sculpture, illustrated). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1957. 70, 95p. 144 plates. Fine Art Lib. NB/1050/U22 Chronological arrangement of photographs of excavated clay figures to the 7th century and Buddhist images to the 12th century, with text explaining the characteristics and techniques of each period. [E43] c61 H -MPA~J~tfft4t Nihon chokokushi kiso shiryo shusei. Heian jidai (Compilation of basic materials for the study of the history of Japanese sculpture. Heian period). Ed. by Maruo Shozaburo and others. Chuo Koron Shuppan, 1966-. In progress. (llv. as of 1978). NB/1053/N67 Consists of two parts: pt. 1, Zozo meiki hen (Inscribed sculpture) and pt. 2, Jiyo sakuhin hen (Important works). Pt. 1 consists of two sections, plates and notes arranged chronologically from 784 to 1184. Pt. 2 treats one temple in each volume and describes sculptures in the temple. As of 1978 Toji, Koryuji, and Osaka Kanshinji have been published. Excellent plates, some in color; detailed, signed notes with a list of references. BUDDHIST ART C62 7, I Yunesuko (UNESCO) Higashi Ajia Bunka Kenkyu Senta, Tokyo. Bukkyo Bijutsu Chosa Senmon Iinkai. BukkyB bijutsu bunken mokuroku, 1960-1969 (Bibliography of Buddhist art, 1960-1969). Chuo Koron Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1973. 302p. Z/5936/B9/Y95 Contains books, articles, and catalogs published in Japan during the 1960s. Covers mainly Japan, Korea, and China with limited sections on other countries

Page  38 38 C63-C67 C68-C71 of Asia, arranged topically by country. Author and editor index. C63 iS MHS Nara Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan. Kokuh5 juyo bunkazai Bukkyo bijutsu (Buddhist art. National treasures, important cultural properties). Shogakkan, 1972-. In progress. (3v. as of 1978). N/8193/J3/N22 Covers sculpture, painting, crafts, calligraphy, and archaeological finds, arranged by region. C64 YfflU f 4A ~_-2JA Ishida, Mosaku. Bukkyo bijutsu no kihon (Basic handbook of Buddhist art). Tokyo Bijutsu, 1967. 481p. N/8190/I84 A guide to works, classified by sect and theme, with many illustrated examples. Index. Statues, Iconography C65 Afl i $: Kuno, Takeshi. Butsuzo jiten (Dictionary of Buddhist sculpture). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1975. 603p. NB/1053/K973 Consists of three sections: 1. Chronological arrangement of sculpture with 940 illustrations; 2. A dictionary of Buddhist sculptors and technical terms with illustrations; 3. A detailed listing of the 940 illustrations in section 1, giving inscriptions and contents deposited within the sculptures. List of Sanskrit terms appended. C66 aCI R H H E 4$4A Koshin Konwakai. Nihon sekibutsu jiten (Dictionary of Japanese stone Buddhas). Yuzankaku, 1975. 397p. NB/1053/N68 Divided into three parts: Buddhist images arranged by deity; stone markers, grouped according to the beliefs they express; and stone Buddhas, arranged by formal type. Appendices include notes on stone carving, lists of letters and phrases in Sanskrit, illustrations of commonly found mudras. Bibliography of books and articles published in Showa period, p. 366-376. Index. C67 alI]fi %1*FP4 Sawa, Ryuken. Butsuzo annai (Guide to Buddhist images). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1963. 319p. N/8190/S27 A popular guide to sightseeing tour of Buddhist images. C68 X t Takahashi, Hideo. Butsuzo kansh5 no chishiki (Handbook for the appreciation of Buddhist sculpture). Zenkoku Kaikei Shokuin Kyokai, 1967. 16, 417p. N/8190/T13 Treats sculpture from the perspective of art history. Includes a genealogical table of Buddhist sculptors, maps, illustrations. No index, no bibliography. C69 1ffi Ykil 1_00 Izu, Yuho. Butsuzo zukan (Iconographic catalog of Buddhist images). Bukkyo Chinseki Kankokai, 1933. 966p. N/8190/I98 Black and white iconographic illustrations with explanations and textual references. Entries employ furigana for difficult terms and include quotations from the Buddhist canon. Arranged by deity. Index. C70 fjfYtnifF J't13A Sawa, Ryuken. Butsuzo zuten (Iconography of Buddhist images). Yoshikawa K-bunkan, 1962. 294p. N/7350/S27 Useful in study and appreciation of Buddhist art, assembling illustrations of images in Japan, including line drawings in Keiju's 11th century Zuzosho (Selection of drawings of images), classified under Buddha, Goddess of Mercy, saints, messengers, other divinities and high priests, each with explanation of its name and symbolism. Iconographic manual of images registered as national treasures and important cultural properties appended. [E44] C71 kLL i E m Sw^Mj f t@ CD& Akiyama, Masami. Shosetsu butsuzo no mochimono to s5shoku (Detailed explanation of the attributes and decoration of Buddhist images). Osaka, Bunshindo, 1972. 410p. N/8190/A34 Arranged by types of objects, giving background and significance of each item such as lotus seat and nimbus, clothing and ornamentation of images. Summary of attributes. Index. Taisho shinshu daizokyo zuzo, 12 supplement volumes explain religious

Page  39 39 C72-C76 C77-C79 significance of images. BL/1411/T8/1924 suppl. Collections C72 f:,X K r +,7t+ A Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko. Nanto judaiji okagami (Survey of the art of the ten great. temples of Nara). Otsuka Kogeisha, 1932-1938. 29v. Fine Art Lib. N/7357/N2/T65 Covers Horyuji, Yakushiji, Kofukuji, Todaiji, Gankoji, Hokkeji, Daianji, Shin'yakushiji, Tosh5daiji, Saidaiji, Kanzeonji, Taimaji, Horinji. Contains an English summary in each volume. The supplement index volume contains a general table of contents, subject index and index by location. C73 Q*.O Nihon no tera (Japanese temples). Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1958-1961. 13v. Fine Art Lib. N/7352/N69 Mostly illustrations with a short introduction to each temple. Bibliography. C74 R, Hiho (Secret treasures of famous shrines and temples). Kodansha, 1967-1970. 12v. Fine Art Lib. N/7352/H63/Fol Covers Horyuji, Shitennoji, Todaiji, Toji, Koya, Daigoji, Kumano, Itsukushima, Daitokuji, Nikk- T-sh5gu. C75 M S'-): Nara rokudaiji taikan (Survey of the six great temples of Nara). Iwanami Shoten, 1968-1973. 14v. N/7357/N2/N27 Covers Horyuji, Yakushiji, Kofukuji, Todaiji, Toshodaiji, Saidaiji; gives color and gravure plates, research papers with bibliography. Art treasures covers architecture, crafts, sculpture, painting, calligraphy. Good scholarly work. PAINTING Dictionaries c76;ii — Ti Saito, Ryuzo. Gadai jiten (Dictionary of painting subjects) rev. and enl. ed. Hakubunkan, 1925. 441, 29p. ND/1037/S15 Lists subjects common to many Oriental pictures from ancient times, with their meanings, sources and examples of famous paintings in which they are used. Subject index arranged by character strokes. [E52] C77;tKiP S *, Kanai, Taizaburo (Shiun). T5oy gadai soran (Comprehensive survey of subjects in Oriental paintings). Rekishi Toshosha, 1975. Various paging. ND/1050/K25 Photo reproduction of the author's llv. 1943 edition. Illustrated. Handy dictionary of subjects and motifs used by traditional Japanese painters. Arranged in kana order with characters. Entries explain significance and background of all subjects, e.g. human, animal, floral, religious, geographical, etc., with sources and names of painters who used the subject most, and indicate the location of the painting. Indexes in kana and in characters. Biographies C78 HtWa Ei ft"WE - Wada, Mankichi. Nihon kindai gaka zaisei nenpyo (Chronological list of Japanese painters). Maruzen, 1915. 484, 48p. ND/1050/W121 Shows the active periods and contemporaneity of artists over 20 years old from 1559-1913, arranged yearly by artists' ages. Index of painters with dates. C79 jM M O Asaoka, Okisada. Koga biko (Handbook of classical painting). Shibunkaku, 1970. 4v. ND/1058/A7 Reproduction of 1905-1906 Yoshikawa Kobunkan edition. A bio-bibliographical dictionary from Asuka through Edo period (7th to 19th century), arranged by social class, by dates, and by schools. Author entries include works, facsimiles of signatures and seals, and sources with citations. V. 4 contains table of contents and character index to painters. A mimeograph publication, Koga biko gojionbetsu sakuin (Index to Koga biko

Page  40 40 C80-C84 ro c 0nn L O O-UOO by kana order) by Tsuji Nobuo and Nakajima Junji is listed in the supplement volume to Nihon no Sanko Tosho. An easy to use index. Not in Asia Library. C80 ~KS 1fj tH Sawada, Akira. Nihon gaka jiten (Dictionary of Japanese painters). Shibunkaku, 1970. 2v. ND/1058/S27 Reprint of Kigensha's 1927 ed. V. 1 is a biographical dictionary of professional and famous amateur artists who died before Oct. 1927, arranged by their brush names giving their careers, styles, pseudonyms, etc., with references. V. 2 reproduces seals and signatures of major artists. Examples of forged seals appended. Index of names other than real names. [E53] C81 Society of Friends of Eastern Art. Index of Japanese Painters. Tokyo, Charles E. Tuttle, 1958. 161p. Fine Art Lib. ND/1058/B62 Covers about 600 short biographies. Superceded by Dictionary of Japanese Artists, C15, by Laurance Roberts. C82 {AA-%+ Hm A Sato, Aiko. Nihon meigaka den. Bukkohen (Biographies of famous Japanese painters. Deceased). Seiabo, 1967. 260p. 52 plates. ND/1058/S25 Contains 1,245 famous painters from the Heian period (800 A.D.) to 1967, chronologically arranged by death dates with short biographies. Also lists famous post-Meiji exhibitions with brief descriptions. Geneological tables, index of names included. C83 9fK~ i tfStH*"i_ t Oki, Takuji. Gendai Nihon gaka jiten (Dictionary of contemporary Japanese painters). Nihon Bijutsu Shinposha, 1956. 259p. Not in A.L. C84 Aft~ I#TV BijutsuNenkansha. Gendai bijutsu hoten (Treasury of contemporary art). 1967. 334p. N/7358/G32 Traditional binding, cased. Covers 247 painters with biographical data and a photograph with facsimiles of signatures and seals, arranged in kana order according to schools. History C85 <K5 ~~WfW Ienaga, Saburo. Jodai yamato-e nenpyo (Chronological table of Yamato-e of ancient Japan). Bokusai Shobo, 1966. 269p. Rev. ed. ND/1053/I216 A chronological listing of Asuka, Nara and Heian period Yamato-e painting of a secular nature noted in literary sources. Also includes a few surviving early paintings as well as copies of now lost originals. Appended for reference: list of paintings, mentioned in "monogatari"; list of "emakimono" recorded in literature through Edo period. This chronology is the companion volume to the author's Jodai Yamatoe zenshi (Complete history of the yamato-e of ancient Japan), rev. ed. Bokusai Shob5, 1966. 512p. ND/1053/I215 C86 jf9 — Htffi Umezawa, Seiichi. Nihon nangashi (A history of Japanese 'nanga' painting). Nan'yodo, 1919. 1014p. ND/1050U52 A standard work. Serves as a biographical dictionary of Edo period painters, with some coverage of Meiji and Taisho eras. Some illustrations. Index. C87 French, Calvin L. The Poet-painters: Buson and his Followers (Catalog of an exhibition held at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Jan. 9-Feb. 17, 1974.) 179p. Fine Art Lib. ND/1053.4/F87 Consists of chapters on the literati movement, Yosa Buson (1716-1784) and his followers, Ki Baitei, Matsumura Goshun, and Yokoi Kinkoku. The catalog contains 65 plates, each accompanied by a scholarly study illustrated with additional figures and notes. Appended are lists of various names, signatures and seals of the artists. Bibliography. C88 French, Calvin L. Through Closed Doors: Western Influences on Japanese Art, 1639-1853. (Catalog of an exhibition organized by Cal French, Tadashi Sugase, and Kiichi Usui held at the Meadow Brook Art Gallery and the University of Michigan Museum of Art, Oct. 9-Nov. 13 1977. Rochester, Mi. Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Oakland University, 1977). 173p. Fine Art Lib. N/7353.5/F87

Page  41 41 C89-C95 C96-C99 Art objects on loan from the Kobe City Museum of Nanban Art. The first five chapters discuss the various aspects of the Western influence on Japanese art, followed by the catalog of 78 plates, each with a scholarly essay accompanied by additional figures and footnotes. Bibliography at the end. This covers an important segment of Edo period history, culture, and art. CoZZections Many beautifully illustrated collections of paintings have been published in recent years. The following is a selected list of those in the Asia Library. C89 kBH1Nm Kodansha ban Nihon kindai kaiga zenshu (K5dansha collection of Japanese modern paintings). 1962-1964. 24v. ND/1055/K78 C90 ~fi~ Shohekiga zenshu (Collection of paintings on walls and screens), ed. by Tanaka Ichimatsu and others. Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1966-1972. 10v. ND/2851/S56 Emakimono (Picture Scrolls) C96 M.F3 - Okudaira, Hideo. Emaki (Japanese picture scrolls). Bujutsu Shuppansha, 1957. 289p. Fine Art Lib. ND/1050/045 Comprehensive survey of the history, subjects, styles and painters of classical scroll paintings, with catalogue of extant scrolls, biographical sketches of painters, illustrations, references, etc. Indexes of artists, scroll titles and subjects. English translation: C96a Emaki, Japanese Picture Scroll. Rutland, Vt. C. E. Tuttle, 1962. 241p. Fine Art Lib. ND/1053/042 Lacks the catalog of extant scrolls. C97 H ~t k4 t Shinshu Nihon emakimono zenshu (Japanese scroll paintings). Rev. ed. Supervised by Tanaka Ichimatsu. Kodakawa Shoten, 1975-. ND/1053/N69/1975 Each volume consists of a selection of color and monochrome plates, with explanatory notes, and signed articles. References. English summaries. C91 aEtlW Zaigai hiho (Japanese paintings in Western collections), ed. by Shimada Shujir5 and Narazaki Muneshige. Gakushu Kenkyusha, 1969. 3v. in cases. Fine Art Lib. ND/1052/S53 C92 HCDS-tj Nihon no meiga (Japanese painting masterpieces). Kodansha, 1972-1974. 50v. ND/1052/N67 C93 7Xk Suiboku bijutsu taikei (Ink and brush painting collection). Kodansha, 1973 -1975. 15v. Fine Art Lib. ND/1052/S93 C94 JAw0~i Bunjinga suihen (Choice selection of literati painting). Chuo Koronsha, 1974-. 20v. Fine Art Lib. ND/1059/T16/A4 C95 ftB H *XA t Gendai Nihon bijutsu zenshu (Collection of contemporary Japanese art), ed. by Zayuho Kankokai. Shueisha, 1971-1974. 18v. ND/1055/G25 C98 /J]Nj^j HMi Komatsu, Shigemi. Nihon emaki taisei (Japanese scroll paintings). Chuo Koron, 1977-. To be completed in 20v. ND/1053/N682 Complete color reproductions of most famous scroll paintings, accompanied by explanatory notes and scholarly essays incorporating most recent discoveries and research. Annotated bibliographies. A fine companion to Kadokawa's Shinshu Nihon emakimono zenshu, C97 above. Ukiyoe Bibliography C99 -taq r_ _S —f teHarigaya, Shokichi and Suzuki, Juzo. Ukiyoe bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of ukiyoe literature). Mit- Shooku, 1962. 104p. Z/5949/J3/H28 Lists in chronological order Japanese works published from 1877 to 1962, including albums of reproductions and books on related subjects. [E57] 1972 rev. and enl. edition (257p.) is

Page  42 42 C100-C103 C104-C107 appended with a bibliography of books and catalogs on ukiyoe in Western languages. Biographies C100 4t~_tLf ij~ftrWg Inoue, Kazuo. Ukiyoeshi den (Biographies of ukiyoe artists). Watanabe Hangaten, 1931. 266p. Fine Art Lib. NE/1310/I56 Gives dates, schools and careers of more than 900 artists from early 17th century arranged by their professional names. Many illustrations of signatures and seals. [E58] Numerous portraits scattered throughout the text. C101 6~kAU Aftw"A-*~~ Z Shimizu, Toru. Ukiyoe jinmei jiten. Kindai hangakameikan (Biographical dictionary of ukiyoe artists: directory of contemporary print artists). Bijutsu Kurabu, 1954. 56, 160, 62p. NE/1310/S55 Gives short biographies and lists representative works, with market prices, of major artists of the past, including those known for paintings rather than prints, but only addresses and affiliations of contemporary artists. Short history of ukiyoe by Muneshige Narasaki, table of schools, genealogies, list of contemporary print publishers, etc., appended. Index. [E59] Dictionaries C102 ~mlE+- ~i, _jt~ Yoshida, Teruji. Ukiyoe jiten (Dictionary of ukiyoe). Ryokuen Shobo, 1965, 1971. 3v. NE/1310/Y64 Names of artists and printers, subjects, materials, techniques, cultural milieu, social conditions, and connoisseurship are explained in kana order. Small black and white reproductions illustrate nearly all entries. C103 j4fi{ ' DA&~4M: Yoshida, Susugu. Ukiyoe no kiso chishiki (The fundamentals of ukiyoe). Yuzankaku, 1974. 204p. NE/1310/Y63 A handbook, containing an outline history of ukiyoe, painting methods and print sizes, a directory of ukiyoe printers with their signs, a brief list of terms, and a bibliography. A chronology of ukiyoe, copper plate prints and stone prints appended. Indexes and illustrations. C104 OVAf'A ~i- q-f Fujikake, Shizuya. Ukiyoe, rev. and enl. ed. Yuzankaku, 1947. 284, 24p. NE/1310/F95 A standard work that surveys the development of ukiyoe through the Taisho period (1912-1925). The author emphasizes individual artists, their biographies, and styles. Index makes it useful as a dictionary. Collections C105 H*&.)~ci/!A Nihon hanga bijutsu zenshu (Complete collection of Japanese woodblock prints). K5dansha, 1960-1962. 9v. Fine Art Lib. NE/1310/N6 Chronological arrangement of plates from early times to present, with emphasis on prints from the 17th to 19th centuries. Supp. v., titled Nihon hanga benran (Handbook of Japanese prints) is useful guide for research and appreciation, giving explanations of kinds of prints, styles and tools, glossary, biographical sketches of artists, list and genealogies of engravers and printers, chronology and bibliography, including Western works. [E62] C106;Ifidl] itf-M —.A Kondo, Ichitaro. Ukiyoe zenshu (Complete collection of ukiyoe). Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1963. 6v. NE/1310/K82 Reproductions of representative works are grouped by subjects: early prints, beautiful women, flowers and birds, theater scenes, and landscapes. Historical and descriptive notes by specialists. C107 '+/t:-' ijtIJ i:tt~-9tJi.W Shibui, Kiyoshi and Kikuchi, Sadao. Ukiyoe hanga (Ukiyoe prints). Shueisha, 1963-1964. 7 portfolios. NE/1310/U345 Contents: v. 1, Utamaro; v. 2, Hokusai; v. 3, Harunobu; v. 4, Hiroshige; v. 5, Kiyonaga; v. 6, Sharaku; v. 7, Sugimura. Each portfolio contains 24

Page  43 43 C108-Clll C112-C116 masterpieces of a single artist, with notes on each plate in Japanese and English. C108 AM; M — P -f7t* > a v 3 /i]J t Takahashi, Seiichiro. Hiraki collection ukiyoe. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1964-1966. 5v. in 5 cases. 250 color plates. NE/1318/J3/H56 In Japanese and English. Grouped by subjects: beautiful women, actors, flowers and birds, etc. Color Names C109 A#~f, E l*,_ $: Takei, Kunihiko. Nihon shikisai jiten (Dictionary of Japanese colors). Kazama Shoin, 1973. 189p. ND/1488/T16 Gives 192 color names derived from Japanese and Chinese in hiragana and, in katakana, those taken from foreign loan words. Terms were selected with reference to all periods of Japanese literature. Index. Clio J i [i 063& H *tt~t Uemura, Rokur5 and Yamazaki, Katsuhiro. Nihon shikimei taikan (General survey of Japanese color names). Kyoto, Kamo Shorin, 1943. 83 plates. ND/1285/U23 Defines and gives the etymologies of names from ancient times. Helpful in determining colors mentioned in classical literature and giving classical names to modern colors. Index. [E63] Revised ed. published in 1950. cill H*tVe-fi 9A fT Nihon Shikisai Kenkyujo. Shikimei daijiten (Dictionary of color names). Sdgensha, 1954. 2v. Not in A.L. Architecture as an Art Form Bibliographies There is no comprehensive bibliography in a monograph for the study of architecture, but Toyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku, C2 and Nihon Toyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku, C1, and some of the standard introductory studies contain bibliographies; for example, C112 Nihon kenchiku josetsu, ed. by Ota Hirotar5 (Shokokusha, 1970) rev. ed., has an extensive section of bibliography, pp. 205-92. NA/1550/0782 Also a special bibliography, Horyuji kenchiku bunken mokuroku (Bibliography on Hbryjuji architecture), ed. by Murato Jiro and Kondo Yutaka. Shokokusha, 1955. 194, 17p. Lists articles and books from Meiji to 1953. Z/5944/J3/M97 Dictionaries C113 Wi*S: U Kenchiku daijiten (Comprehensive architecture dictionary), ed. by Shimode Genshichi. Shokokunsha, 1974. 1966p. NA/31/K45 Covers technical, historical and artistic aspects of architecture in 32,000 terms, often with English equivalent, definition and illustration. 92-page glossary of English terms with their Japanese translations. C 114 A -_ ~iEm9 HI *JAToba, Masao. Nihon jokaku jiten (Dictionary of Japanese castles). Tokyodo Shuppansha, 1971. 365p. NA/1553/T625 Covers terms, names of people and titles of books related to castles. Gives history and construction of most important castles for each period, with bibliographical references. Indexed. C115 AAf +AK Y Shigemori, Mirei. Chashitsu chatei jiten (Dictionary of tea houses and gardens). Seibundo Shinkosha, 1973. 721p. NA/1553/S54 Terms used in describing tea houses, gardens and furnitures as well as terms related to ceremonial tea are arranged in kana order with explanations of citations from literary sources. Photographs and diagrams are well chosen. Includes bibliography of primary sources and a subject index. C116 AdLbji ~TAy Kitao, Harumichi. Sukiya zukai jiten (Illustrated dictionary of Sukiya style —tea room —architecture). Sh5kokusha, 1959. 2, 466p. NA/31/K62 Through many drawings, diagrams and photographs, explains the studied simplicity found in buildings for tea ceremony dating since the Muromachi period. Entries include romanized readings and English equivalents.

Page  44 44 C117-C121 "'1 9 -n1 9cR __ __ C/ IL~~~~~~~~~~~L~~~-~(1 L-U 6 HistoricaZ Terms C 117 ~+ H i* H Fj3 Nakamura, Tatsutaro. Nihon kenchiku jii (Glossary of Japanese architecture) rev. ed. Maruzen, 1954. 546p. NA/1550/N16 First ed. in 1906. Especially strong in terms found in architectural history, many with English, German and French equivalents and illustrations. Chronology of architecture appended. Index. [R83] C118 HM k-Mk-W5 fA A -, Nihon ko-kenchiku saibu goi: shajihen (Glossary of Japanese ancient architectural details: shrines and temples). Kyoto, Sogeisha, 1970. 104p. 89 photographs. NA/1553/N72 Pocket size glossary. Subject index and character index. Technical Terms C119 5 Z Filn J - m * —wf Monbusho. Gakujutsu yogoshu: kenchikugaku hen (Japanese scientific terms: architecture). 14th ed. Nihon Kenchiku Gakkai, 1974. 360p. NA/31/J35 Reprint of 1955 ed. Japanese-English section contains 6,234 terms; and English-Japanese section, 5,401 terms. [R79] C120 Mi- h' t-f! Hyojun gakujutsu yogo jiten: kenchikugaku hen (Dictionary of standard scientific terms: architecture). Seibundo, Shikosha, 1962. 2, 508p. NA/31/H87 More than 6,000 terms defined and given English and German equivalents. C121 ]- 5h:A~tW Kenchiku yogo jiten (Dictionary of architectural terms). Gihodo, 1965. 1512p. TH/9/K33 About 13,000 terms including abbreviations of all aspects such as terms used in historical buildings and their parts. Gives English equivalents. Co Zections Sources and Illustrations C122 *fflNkiJ* H;P Ota, Hirotaro. Nihon kenchikushi kiso shiry5 shusei (Collections of basic materials for Japanese architectural history). Chuo K5ron Bijutsu Shuppan, 1971-. In progress. NA/1553/N68 Grouped by types of buildings, with detailed notes by specialists with illustrations. C123 Hir*A*- n^% [Al2<IN Amanuma, Shun'ichi. Nihon kenchikushi zuroku (Illustrated history of Japanese architecture). Hoshino Shoten, 1933 -1939. 6v. NA/1550/A76 A standard work, covers the history through the Edo period. C124 TaW M_ %N Ishihara, Kenji. Nihon nomin kenchiku (Japanese farm houses). Shurakusha, 1934-1943. 16v. NA/7451/I78 (AL 13v.) C125 9It '- - Jll H 1KCDS Ito, Teiji and Futakawa, Yukifumi. Nihon no minka (Japanese town houses). Bijutsu shuppansha, 1957-1960. lOv. NA/7451/F983 C126 t H -'_m mE] Inoue, Munekazu. Nihon jokaku zenshU (Collection of Japanese castles). Nihon J6kaku Kyokai, 1960-1961. lOv. NA/1553/N67 V. 10 contains old photographs, maps, list of castles, bibliography. C127 TL0i1~ H4OaEDL1 Fukuyama, Toshio. Nihon no yashiro (Shrines of Japan). Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1962-1964. 6v. NA/6052/N69 Covers shrines Izumo, Ise, Sumiyoshi, Kasuga, Nikko, Itsukushima, one per volume and describes with illustrations their treasures, etc. Bibliography included. C128 QI{t RHit, Gendai Nihon kenchikuka zenshu (Collections of modern Japanese architects), ed. by Kurita Isao and others. San'ichi Shob5, 1970-1975. 24v. NA/1552/G32 Includes chronological tables for each architect and bibliographies.

Page  45 45 C129-C133 C134-C137 C129J4L4 AtT 5XT W2a^ 7 ffi c Kitao, Harumichi. Kokuho juyo bunkazai Nihon kenchiku annai (Guides to Japanese architectural treasures). Shokokusha, 1962-1964. 5v. ND/1552/K62 Arranged by region. Shitei bunkazai sogo mokuroku, C44, v. 2 Buildings, brings the list of treasures up to 1968. GARDENS C130 jI V Bi~ ~ H^S Shigemori, Mirei and Shigemori, Kanto. Nihon teienshi taikei (Outline of the history of Japanese gardens). Shakai Shisosha, 1971-1976. 35v. SB/466/J3/S56 Broad and in-depth coverage of the history from ancient times to modern, arranged chronologically. Describes each garden with illustrations (some in color), drawings, and scholarly reviews with bibliography of source materials. For important gardens large fold-out plans are appended. Essential for the study of Japanese gardens. C131 i~A, B OHSa Shigemori, Kanto. Nihon no teien geijutsu (The art of the Japanese garden). Riko Tosho, 1957. 3v. Fine Art Lib. SB/466/J3/S55 Outlines the history of Japanese gardens. Useful, but no index, no bibliography. Identifies persons, mostly of the past, and explains terms related to Chinese and Japanese calligraphy. [E68] Styles of Writing C134 7 ili % -${$t Tsuzuki, Kozan. Gendai mohitsu santai j iten (Dictionary of the three forms of contemporary brush-written characters). Kyoiku Shuppan, 1971. 471p. Z/44/T84 Consists of three parts: basics of various styles, techniques of brush writing, and source materials. Major part is devoted to writing 1850 characters for daily use plus 92 characters for personal names, listed in kana order giving three styles: printed, semicursive, and cursive. Part on source materials includes a short history, kana order list of terms with definitions, examples from famous calligraphers, and a directory of calligraphers and seal carvers. C135 '! - U K.t Hoshokai. Gotai jirui (Five styles of characters) 23rd ed. revised. Seito Shobo, 1965. 615, 35, 52p. PL/549/H82 Gives 46,675 characters, 4,478 in printed, semi-cursive, cursive and two ornamental styles and the others in one or more styles, with sources indicated. [E71] CALLIGRAPHY Dictionaries C132 A.A:t Iijima, Shunkei. Shodo jiten (Calligraphy dictionary). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1975. 971p. 48 plates. Z/44/S53 Covers all aspects: history, old documents, literature, technical terms, personal names. Signed articles on sources, seals, brushes, ink, ink stones, paper. Tables appended. C133 — E~ — TW Nigensha. Shodo jiten (Dictionary of calligraphy). 1961. 136p. (Shodo Koza v. 8). Z/44/S45/v.8 C136 tiJP -tt Fushimi, Chukei. Shodo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of calligraphy). Kadokawa Shoten, 1974. 2v. Z/44/F97 A definitive work, containing a total of 150,000 characters in printed, semicursive, cursive, and two ornamental styles. Especially good in ornamental characters. C137 *j#i7jV,7 atAFujiwara, Sosui. Shodo rokutai daijiten (Great dictionary of the six styles of calligraphy). Sanseido, 1965. 1459, 37p. Z/44/F94 Reproduces characters written in the six styles by famous calligraphers of all periods taken from documents, monuments, seals and other sources. Lists of sources appended. [E70]

Page  46 46 C138-C144 C145-C151 C138 — ^ Fujiwara, Tsuruki. Shogen (Source of calligraphy). Nigensha, 1970. 1653p. Not in A.L. C139 Fj i4 I L t iLjf Hinata, Kazuo. Edo moji (Edo script). Gurafikkusha, 1970. 375p. Z/44/H57 A guide to a variety of popular Edo period scripts, including examples used for Kabuki posters, Sumo banzuke, Joruri texts, Senjafuda (votive slips). C 140 At-f~ A-AiTR Haruna, Yoshishige. Kohitsu jiten (Dictionary of old calligraphy). Sansaisha, 1969. 477p. Not in A.L. A revised edition of 1943 ed. Describes writing styles of the past, mainly from the 8th century to the 13th, and lists important calligraphers by their death dates. Index of calligraphers. [E73] Sosho Style C141 4i*2~ MY1T rf S Endo, Yushi (Hideyuki). Sosho daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of soshocursive writing). Kodansha, 1968. 13, 893p. Z/44/E56 Arranged by special radicals or strokes that enables one to look up an unrecognizable character. Gives for each character the printed style and the source. Index. C142 itf ga t <B i qk T[ Wakao, Shunpei and Hattori, Taicho. Kuzushi kaidoku jiten (Dictionary for deciphering cursive characters). Kashiwa Shobo, 1976. 714p. Z/44/W17 Contains 3,859 characters arranged by radicals. Character index by pronunciation in kana order. C143 9T3E < — ^;Lt A Kodama, Kota. Kuzushiji kaidoku jiten (Dictionary of deciphering cursive characters). Kondo Shuppansha, 1970. 288, 61p. PL/549/K75 Hentai-gana C144 ftt# T M C Ijichi Tetsuo. Hentai moji shisei (Collection of variant kana forms). Ohara Shinseisha, 1972. 74p. PL/528/I15 C145 _ ~ M{>PC~A Sukeno, Ryuzo. Hentai kana jiten (Dictionary of variant kana forms). Kofu, Yamanashi Eiwa Tanki Daigaku Bungaku Kenkyushitsu, 1970. 203p. PL/545/H53 C146 IEBgIS: j> & MSt Nakada, Yasunao. Kana kaidoku jiten (Dictionary for deciphering kana). Kashiwa Shobo, 1974. 548p. PL/551/K17 Kao —Written Seals C147 ~j~r~~FiP itA> Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo Hensanjo. Kao kagami. v. 1 Heian jidai (Mirror of written seals. v. 1 Heian period). Kobunkan, 1964. 344p. Z/42/T65 Contains 1384 examples to 1185, arranged chronologically with biographical data. Index. C148 I-rthJ H*ThitU M Kinoshita, Keifu. Nihon kao taikan (Collection of Japanese written seals). Shuboen, 1933. 24, 72, 215p. Z/42/M55 Covers post-Muromachi period. Part one covers biographical data of the people included and part two contains samples of the seals. Collections C149 ~l Shodo geijutsu (The art of calligraphy). Chuo Koronsha, 1975-1977. 24v. Z/44/S52 Includes China and Japan. C150 aLit _Heibonsha. Shodo zenshn (Complete collection of calligraphy). 1954-1968. 27v. Fine Art Lib. Z/44/S5 C151 MHAN"M ^w2at Kawade Shob5. Teihon shodo zenshu (Standard calligraphy collection). 1954 -1957. 19v. Not in A.L.

Page  47 47 (1 9(_'U1 iS C157-C161 U 1 L U -I - - Uv CERAMICS Dictionaries C152 7t;)SN4 Toki Daijiten (Ceramic encyclopedia), ed. by Ono Ken'ichir5 and others. Hounsha, 1940-1941. 6v. NK/3770/T65 C153 k0MLfW JtIQN)m _ Kato, Tokuro. Genshoku toki daijiten (Encyclopedia of ceramics in color). Kyoto, Tankosha, 1972. 1043p. Not in A.L. Based on the author's previous publications: Toki jiten, 1961 rev. ed., a single volume condensation of the 6v. Toki daijiten, 1934-1937 edition. See C152 above. The new edition contains more than 9100 items selected from technical terms, history and appreciation of ceramics. For identification of potters, their seals are added to their bibliographical notes. Color illustrations for national treasures and important properties. C154 T -i- t f ~ O~ Sato, Shinzo. Yakimono kama jiten (Dictionary of kilns). Tokuma Shoten, 1967. 222p. Illus. (Yakimono shiriizu 3). NK/4167/S27 Lists the main kilns of Japan with locations by current place names. Includes famous old potters. Illustrations of potter seals and kiln marks appended. Index. C155 N JNMA Toji yogo jiten (Dictionary of ceramic terms). Yuzankaku, 1970. 404p. NK/3770/T64 Consists of three parts: terms, old kilns, and famous pieces. 2500 itemized terms; 1200 kilns including China, Korea and Japan; 780 examples in plates and small photographs. Handbooks C156 H1 W ~fI k Nihon toji soran (Handbook of Japanese ceramics), ed. by Koyama Fujio and others. Kyoto, TankOsha, 1969. 315p. Illus. Maps. NK/4167/K885 pre-Meiji period with maps. For postMeiji period a short history is traced with illustrated samples, followed by an extensive list of contemporary potters, directory of museums and kilns. Techniques and commercial transactions are also outlined. Bibliography at the end. C157 H * Xi, Nihon koto meikanshu (Collection of inscriptions and seals from old Japanese ceramics). Hounkai, 1937-1940. 5v. NK/4167/N66 Arranged by regions, with kiln marks, potter's seals and inscriptions. Index to each volume. C158 ffjlt tI% ~ Sakka meikan gendai togei no tabi (Directory of potters, a tour of contemporary ceramic art). Kogei Shuppan, 1974. 308p. NK/4167/G32 Contains a directory of contemporary potters by geographical regions with an example of each potter's work, his portrait, signature and seal. Appendix lists market prices of potters' works. Color photographs of tea bowls at the front. C159 )it-_T ^)^ps -- Onishi, Ringoro. Kantei biko Nihon toki zensho (A compendium of Japanese ceramics, the connoisseur's reference) rev. ed. Kobunkan, 1940. 22, 878, 16p. NK/4167/056 Includes different kilns and biographies of potters. Illustrated Collections C160 H *!Qf A t Nihon toji zenshu (Collection of Japanese ceramics), ed. by Sato Masahiko and others. Chuo Koronsha, 1975-. (28v. as of 1978.) NK/4167/N683 Arranged by ceramic type, explains terms and names with illustrations. Many color plates with notes in English and Japanese. C161 H2sCO)' tCD Nihon no yakimono (Japanese ceramics). Kyoto, Tankosha, 1963-1965. llv. NK/4167/N67 A good introduction to the well-known kilns and wares, with black and white photographs. Includes folk pottery. Lists kiln sites and names of kilns in

Page  48 48 C162-C167 C168-C172 C162 Tf-lR fejt Vff Heibonsha. Toki zenshu (Ceramic collection). 1957-1963. 30v. NK/4163/T6 Photographic survey by periods, kilns and artists of Japanese, Chinese and Korean ceramics to early modern times, with texts by specialists, chronologies and genealogies. [E83] C163 -ASWt t{'-I4 - Wffefi Zauho Kankokai. Sekai toji zenshu (Collection of world ceramics). Kawade Shob5 Shinsha, 1961. 16v. Fine Art Lib. NK/3760/S4 The first 6 volumes cover Japan. [E87] C164 < Toki zuroku (Illustrations of ceramics), ed. by Okochi Masatoshi and others. Yuzankaku, 1937-1939. 12v. Fine Art Lib. NK/4167/T67 The first 6 volumes cover Japan. MUSIC C165 Harich-Schneider, Eta. A History of Japanese Music. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1973. 720p. Music Lib. ML/340/H28 Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, v. 7b. Theater, dance and music, 1960. 182p. Z/3304/K81/v.7(b) C168 LJ':B."5,t^4ti~ Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Ongaku bunka shiryo tenrankai mokuroku (Catalog of exhibition of musicology materials). 1950. 202, 23p. ML/340/A43 Classifies by periods and comments on 817 scores, books, bibliographies and instruments, including some of foreign origin which have influenced Japanese music. Kunio Yanagita's classification plan for folk songs and Kasho Machida's developmental charts of Japanese music and narrative samisen music (joruri) appended. [E94] Dictionaries C169 M-A- KM >'<g- t. Atsumi, Seitaro. Hogaku buyo jiten (Dictionary of Japanese music and dance) 2nd ed. Fuzanbo, 1961. 623p. ML/108/A87 Covers all schools of traditional music and dancing from the 17th century, related theatrical matters, instruments and folk and popular songs, with introductory history. Illustrations. Index. [E126] Gives a detailed survey of historical documents and records since pre-Edo period. Illustrations of instruments, bugaku, sarugaku and acrobatic feats are reproduced. Bibliography lists old documents and their locations. Adequate index. C166 Malm, William. Japanese Music and Musical Instruments. Tokyo, Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1959. Text, illustrated with color and monochrome photographs, covers the full scope of Japanese music. Appendices include: time chart, outline of notation systems, recommended recordings. Selected annotated bibliography of 69 works. Index and glossary with Chinese characters included. Bibliography C170.-<J$! Ongaku jiten (Music dictionary). Heibonsha, 1954-1957. 12v. ML/100/048 Covers Western, Japanese and other Oriental music, with emphasis on history. References. Lists of music organizations appended. Name and subject index. First edition, 12v., 1949-1957. [E95] There are many one-volume dictionaries which have world-wide coverage including Japan. A list of the more recent publications follows: C171 5% <ft Hyojun ongaku jiten (Standard dictionary of music). Ongaku no Tomosha, 1966. 1542p. with supplement published in 1973, 444p. ML/100/H95 C172 /J~ ^'Koizumi, Hiroshi. Ongaku jiten (Music dictionary). Tokyodn, 1970. 850p. ML/100/K77 C167 B^ LktiJ~

Page  49 49 C173-C177 C178-C181 C173 i AH PShin ongaku jiten. Gakugo (New music dictionary. Musical terms). Ongaku no Tomosha, 1977. 750p. ML/100/05 C174 'm — Ongaku jiten (Music dictionary). Nihon Joho Senta, 1975. 261p. ML/3750/A53 Contains an outline of rokyoku, a directory of contemporary performers, genealogical charts of various schools, biographies of famous performers, more than 60 pages of the best known songs, etc. Dictionary of Terms C175 WfII fft ki Tanabe, Hisao. Hogaku yogo jiten (Dictionary of Japanese music terminology). Tokyod5, 1975. 199p. illus. ML/3750/T16 Defines 1800 terms with furigana for difficult readings. Cross references. C176 HSA^tS iAktt Nihon Hoso Kyokai. Toyo gagaku goi (Glossary of court music —gagaku). Rajio Sabisu Senta, 1954. 95p. ML/108/N65 Covers terms used for instruments, costumes and accessories; explains songs with proper pronunciations. C176a Wi;;K [094^ Anzai, Takeo. R5kyoku jiten (Dictionary of "Naniwabushi"). Nihon J5hb Senta, 1975. 224, 37p. ML/3750/A53 Contains a short biographical directory, list of famous songs, chronology, etc. Handbooks C177 2'tt =:f:-j Tateno, Yoshiji. Hogaku techo (Handbook of Japanese music). Shinju Shoin, 1966. 222p. Illus. ML/340/T23 Consists of two sections: 1. divides musical instruments by type —string, wind, percussion —and explains each with charts and diagrams; 2. defines Japanese music and treats in detail gagaku, sokyoku or koto, jiuta or ballad singing, and gidayu or ballad reciter. Index. C178 rJ11Il-~ * X AP Kikkawa, Eishi. Hogaku kansho nyumon (Primer for the appreciation of Japanese music). Sogensha, 1962. 350p. Illus. ML/3750/K62 A guide to well-known songs, divided by genre. A short explanation of terms, chronology from 1562 to 1913, and a critical bibliography are appended. Directories C179 Wffl — If{* —X[Fujita, Shun'ichi. Gendai hogaku meikan (Directory of contemporary Japanese music). Hogaku to Buyosha, 1966-1967. 4v. ML/340/G32 V. 1, Sankyoku —trio; v. 2, Nagauta — long epic songs; v. 3, Kouta —little song; v. 4, Kiyomoto —Kiyomoto school singing. Each volume contains a history, chronological table, genealogical chart of players and schools, and a biographical directory of contemporary musicians. C180 o ffl- fEt_[ThI _Wff-l Fujita, Shun'ichi. Gendai sankyoku meikan: Sankyoku hyakunenshi (Directory of contemporary sankyoku —koto, samisen, shakuhachi —players: hundred years of sankyoku). Nihon Ongakusha, 1973. 709p. Illus. ML/1151/F95 Contains a short historical survey, a list of deceased players, list of societies and schools, and a biographical directory of contemporary musicians. Chronology C181, Tokyo Ongaku Gakko. Kinsei hogaku nenpyo (Chronology of modern Japanese music, 1600-1867). Rikugokan, 1912-1927. 3v. 1965, suppl. ML/120/J3 V. 1 records theatrical narrative songs, joruri, of three representative schools from 1716; v. 2, Edo-style nagauta from 1704; and v. 3, puppet-theater narrative songs, gidayu, from 1677; with brief synopses, biographies of composers, performers, actors and playwrights. [E119] Supplement volume is a chronology of nagauta —long epic song. Good index to each volume.

Page  50 50 C182-C188 C189-C192 Yearbook C182 -~ mLF- Ongaku nenkan (Music yearbook). no Tomosha, 1946-. Annual. ML/21/058 by Kitahara Hakushu. Revised new edition. Sanseido, 1974-1976. 6v. M/1812/N66 Ongaku Surveys Japanese and Western events and trends, lists organizations and gives regulations governing use of musical works. [E104] Instruments C183 f2fmltA H WC!-t Tanabe, Hisao. Nihon no gakki (Japanese musical instruments). Soshisha, 1964. 381p. ML/535/T16 A good survey. Gives purpose, construction, playing technique, historical background of instruments. Illustrated with drawings and photographs. C184 R N Mt>ftf~ Kurosawa, Takatomo. Zukai sekai gakki daijiten (Illustrated dictionary of musical instruments of the world). Yuzankaku, 1972. 509p. ML/102/I5/K95 Japanese bells, drums, wind instruments, and string instruments. Divided into regions, gives a short list of reference books and a record of the names of the people who transmitted the rhymes. THEATER Bibliography C189 9 L{thW, Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. KBS Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes, v. 7 Theater, dance and music. 1960. 182p. Z/3304/K81/V.7b C190 itSI P -~ * *.. H iJ~W?:_ # H Kawatake Shigetoshi Hakushi Kiju Kinen Shuppan Kankokai. Nihon engeki kenkyu shomoku kaidai (Annotated bibliography of Japanese theatrical arts). Heibonsha, 1966. 353, 51, 68p. Z/3308/L5/K24 Lists books and series through 1965 with bibliographical and descriptive annotations, arranged in kana order by title. Kawatake's bio-bibliography appended. Indexed by title: grouped according to theme, and personal names. Folk Music C185 J, ~ %i+X3 SAt Kodera, Yukichi. Kyodo min'yo buyo jiten (Dictionary of native folk songs and dances). Revised and enl. ed. Fuzanbo, 1941. 489, 64p. M/1812/K77 C186 HBtM H* 3JSa Nihon Hoso Kyokai. Nihon min'yo taikan (Survey of Japanese folk songs). 1944 -1966. 5v. M/1812/N67 Divided into regions, each volume presents the musical score, and historical and social background of songs. C187 H*ZBJA-}i~ Nihon min'yo zenshu (Collection of Japanese folk songs). Yuzankaku, 1976. 5v. M/1812/N695 C188 H * _ * Nihon densh5 doyo shusei (Collection of orally transmitted nursery rhymes), ed. C191 Pronko, Leonard C. Guide to Japanese Drama. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1973. 125p. Grad. Lib. Z/3308/L5/P96 Popular guide to selected translations and studies in English of works on traditional and modern Japanese drama. Titles are annotated. Includes a short history of the drama, index. Source Material C192 H "st,,~,~ {WStt Geinoshi Kenkyukai. Nihon shomin bunka shiryo shusei (Collection of materials on Japanese popular culture). San'ichi Shobo, 1973-1976. 15v. PN/1582/J3/N65 Gathers together primary source materials related to popular performing arts such as kagura, bugaku, dengaku, sarugaku, kyogen, kayo, kabuki, ningyo joruri, rakugo. Coverage extends to Oki Island

Page  51 51 C193-C196 C197-C199 and Ryukyu. Signed article by specialist explaining each title. Other aspects of culture, such as tea ceremony, flower arrangement, also included. Dictionaries C193 -Y-Mffl t IJ)4Wk? Waseda Daigaku Tsubouchi Hakushi Kinen Engeki Hakubutsukan. Engeki hyakka daijiten (Encyclopedia of theatrical arts). Heibonsha, 1960-1962. 6v. PN/2035/W31 Includes Western and Oriental entertainment from ancient times to the present but strongest in Japanese court music, No drama, kabuki, modern drama and folk entertainment, with many portraits, stage sets and references. Chronology, world entertainment development chart, calendar of folk entertainments in each prefecture and bibliography appended in v. 6. Index. Some 2,500 entries on Japanese plays selected from the above, with additional information on recent drama in the following: [E128] C194 rM S t* Aa I$g4~ Kawatake, Shigetoshi. Sogo Nihon gikyoku jiten (Comprehensive dictionary on Japanese drama). Heibonsha, 1964. 634p. PL/771/K22 C197 OTM-, ~ S4S^A Maeda, Isamu. Kamigata engei jiten (Dictionary of theatrical art Osaka). Tokyodo, 1966. 664, 58p. PN/1582/J3/M23 Covers rakugo, kodan (story telling), manzai, folk songs and dance, and other miscellaneous songs and performances dating from the Edo period to the present in Kamigata (an old name for the Osaka area). Entries are arranged in kana order with the use of furigana for difficult readings. Handbook C198 H x MJti Mi j J V-% — Nihon Hoso Kyokai. Engeki gedai yoran (Directory of Japanese play titles) 2nd ed. Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1954. 544p. Lists classical puppet and kabuki plays with correct readings and notes on variant titles, dates, writers and numbers of acts and scenes. Indexes of popular abridged titles and first characters of formal titles. [E133] Chronology Emphasis on drama as literature. Gives bibliographical references for each entry. C195 IlJ — A_.. -- f Kokugeki Kojokai. Gein5 jiten (Dictionary of performing arts). Tokyodo, 1953. 794p. PN/2921/K8 Reprint edition, 1961, by Waseda Daigaku Engeki Hakubutsukan. Some 1,200 entries covering terms, forms, personalities, etc. in music, dance, drama, motion pictures and other entertainments from ancient times to the present, with genealogies of families, repertorial lists and bibliography. Classified table of topics. Index of persons, terms and subjects. [E129] C196 Hig &iP B* 1iJS Atsumi, Seitar5. Nihon engeki jiten (Dictionary of Japanese theatrical art). Shin Taishusha, 1944. 687p. PN/2921/A88 C199 J*ffS MIM0 Fujita, Hiroshi. Engeki nenpy5 (Chronology of theater). Geino Hakkosha, 1969. 318p. PN/2924/F94 Covers commercial and new theater (shingeki) from 1965-1968, compiled from back numbers of the magazine Geino. Entries give actors, synopses, and reviews of plays. C199a glJ-i Engeki nenpo (Theater annual). Compiled by Waseda Daigaku Tsubouchi Hakushi Kinen Engeki Hakubutsukan. 1966 -Annual. PN/2924/E575 Contains essays on the main currents in contemporary theater, including both modern and traditional forms; a directory of performers; a record of theatrical performances for the preceding year. Bibliography of books and periodicals. Emphasis is on kabuki but includes related aspects of puppet drama, No, new-style drama, music and dance. [E131]

Page  52 52 C200-C204 C205-C209 Catalog C200 f ~/.l l',I~1-, HR, Osaka Furitsu Toshokan zo Shibai banzuke mokuroku (Catalog of theater bills in Osaka Prefecture Library). 1968. 7, 161, 20p. PN/2924.5/K3/082 Lists 3100 kabuki and joruri theater programs in the library as of March 1968. Indexed. No Plays C201 'II- A L- 1 4iI Shoda, Shojiro. Nogaku yokyoku daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of No plays and songs). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1935. 2v. PN/2924.5/N6/S56 Divided into sections defining technical terms on the basis of manuscripts and oral traditions of the Kanze No school and interpreting difficult words and phrases in texts, with brief survey of masks and costumes appended. Supplementary volume shows masks, costumes, stage sets and properties. [E136] V. 1 is a general introduction to No with articles on staging, props, acting, origins, poetry; includes illustrations of masks, costumes, stage properties. V. 2-6 plus part of 7 contain most of the well-known plays in their entirety, with annotations and translations into modern Japanese. Index by well-known lines from No. C205 Tin J t lAJt-hi Nose, Asaji. Zeami juroku-bu shu hyoshaku (Zeami's 16 works explained). Iwanami Shoten, 1940, 1944. 2v. PN/2924.5/N6/S43 Includes bibliographical annotations and translations into modern Japanese. C206 _mh)tJT X F1 Yokomichi, Mario. Yokyokushu (Collection of No songs). Iwanami Shoten, 1963. 2v. (Nihon Koten bungaku taikei v. 41, 42). PL/753/N64/v.41, 42 The standard text. Gives annotations and stage directions. Kyogen C202 JL1W41Hl 4fti Maruoka, Akira. Nogaku kansho jiten (Manual for appreciation of NB drama). Kawade ShobB Shinsha, 1961. 475, lip. PL/735/N7/M38 Explains each of 255 songs in the repertoires of five schools, with notes on structures; includes ways of performance, styles, masks and costumes. List of songs and tables of extant and lost plays of each school appended. Index. [E137] C203 t!iL:PTTcJ~l J1` 1 —j J Kanzeryu Kaiteibon Kankokai. Nogaku goi (Glossary for No plays). 1931. 332p. PN/2924.5/N6/K17 Defines technical terms concerning plays, including kyogen, songs, performances, dances, rhythms, accompaniments, masks, costumes, stage sets and properties, etc. Identifies schools with which songs, plays and performance styles are associated. [E138] C204 *t Kk [dmILI Sanari, Kentaro. YBkyoku taikan (Comprehensive collection of No songs). Meiji Shoin, 1931-1939. 7v. PL/765/S23 C207 Kenny, Don. A Guide to Kyogen. Hinoki Shoten, 1968. 303p. PL/766/K36 Synopses of 257 plays. C208 -ki Ky5gen soran (Kyogen survey) by Ando Tsunejiro and others. Nogaku Shorin, 1973. 470, 20p. PN/2924.5/K9/K95 Contains 150 pieces selected from 260 contemporary repertoire of Izumi and Okura Schools, arranged by Kyogen classifications. Gives for each entry plot and presentation with illustrations. A short list of books and periodicals, index included. C209 jiillX 'E ~ Furukawa, Hisashi. Kyogen jiten (Dictionary of kyogen). Tokyodo, 1963-1976. 2v. PN/2924.5/K9/F95 V. 1 published in 1963 as a part on vocabulary. V. 2 treats theatrical subjects. V. 3 is to be on source materials and references, but not yet published.

Page  53 53 C210-C214 C215-C218 Kabuki Chronology appended. Classified table of contents. [E145] C210 iRPJt? Q _$i A Kawatake, Shigetoshi. Kabuki jiten (Kabuki dictionary). Jitsugyo no Nihonsha, 1957. 298p. PN/2921/K22/K2 Briefly explains 1,100 items concerning kabuki, puppet drama, dance, music and related fields, with many illustrations. Appended are lists of kyogen, with variant titles, specialities of schools and actors, with genealogies. [E141] C211 itpFt -JNff tt Kanazawa, Yasutaka. Kabuki meisaku jiten (Dictionary of famous kabuki plays). Seiabo, 1959. 388p. PL/735/K3/K3 Outlines and explains, with emphasis on relationship to Japanese traditions, 400 currently performed plays, each with easily available references. Biographies of playwrights appended. Index of kabuki titles. [E142] C212 #WV Jf{R* Ibara, Toshiro. Kabuki nenpyo (Kabuki chronology), ed. by Kawatake Shigetoshi and Yoshida Eiji. Iwanami Shoten, 1956-1963. 8v. PN/2921/I34 Basic record of plays, performances and related events from 1559 to 1907, with parallel columns for Edo (later Tokyo) and other cities, especially Kyoto and Osaka, with many quotations from original sources. Indexes of plays, persons and subjects in v. 8. [E143] C213 *t MR P Kabuki haiyu meikan (Directory of Kabuki actors), ed. by Noguchi Tatsuji. Enlarged and revised ed. Shochiku Engekibu, 1973. 239p. PN/2927/K12 Originally published as a supplement to the Quarterly Kabuki. Covering over 300 kabuki actors, each entry gives biographical data, career review; includes photographs. C214 ffl<P Tanaka, Rye. Kabuki joshiki butai zushu (Collection of pictures of formal kabuki stages). Kodansha, 1958. 358p. PN/2087/J3/T16 Reproduces 153 color sketches by the author and 19 woodblock prints, with introductory history of stage designs, sets and preparations for performances. C215 J_/2lA &.K.NffI:A Ueda, Mannen and Higuchi, Yoshichiyo. Chikamatsu goi (Glossary of Chikamatsu). Fuzanbo, 1930. 771p. PL/793.4/Z9/U22 Explains important words, phrases and passages in all the works of Chikamatsu Monzaemon, giving sources and relating them to social conditions and events. Listed separately are place and personal names, animals, plants, diseases, medicines, laws, economic matters, etc. Short biography, bibliography, chronology, list of research materials, index to difficult words, etc. appended. [G179] Puppet Plays C216 TA*,X7g fiAt2f Kuroki, Kanzo. Chikamatsu igo (Post Chikamatsu plays). Daito Shuppansha, 1942. 272p. PL/738/J3/K95 Synopses of puppet plays written after Chikamatsu. Each entry gives author, place of premiere, historical models for plots, influences from pre-existing works. C217 H21i iJFT u tTtRJ:l ~Et Nihon Engeki Kenkyikai. Joruri kenkyU bunken shisei (Collected materials for the study of joruri). Hokko Shobo, 1944. 772p. PL/738/J6/N68 A collection of eight documents published between 1727 and 1842: Imamukashi ayatsuri nendaiki (History of puppet plays), 1727; Naniwa miyage, 1738; Tokan zasshi; Ongyoku kudensho, 1773; Takemoto Toyotake joruri fu, 1684-1772; Gedai nenkan, 1757; Joruri daikeizu, 1842. C218 ~fi& Gidayu nenpyo CChronology of gidayu ballads). Osaka, Gidayu Nenpyo Kank5kai, 1956. 851p. PN/1977/G45 Records 1868-1912 performances, divided into those in the puppet theater and those elsewhere. Gives programs, drawings of stage settings and comments. Short biographies of performers. Good 97-page index, arranged by personal names and ballad titles.

Page  54 54 C219- C221 C222-C225 New Drama C219 Akq^ A~tfMA A Oki, Yutaka. Sengo shinsaku gikyoku jiten (Dictionary of post-war dramatic productions). Seiab5, 1960. 263p. PL/734/041 Lists 808 kabuki and other plays, musical shows and revues, giving outlines, casts and playwrights' introduction for 87. [E146] C220 fJlJ i Shingeki benran (Handbook of new drama), ed. by Teatoro (Drama periodical). 1965. 475p. PN/2924.5/S5/T25 Contains a bibliography of shingeki research materials, a glossary of terms, and a directory of theatrical groups, actors, playwrights, and critics. Rakugo C221 7ti i Imamura, Nobuo. Rakugo jiten (Handbook of rakugo). Seiab5, 1957. 349p. PL/746/I32 Summarizes and explains about 500 famous stories from the 17th century to the present, with brief history of storytelling, genealogy of schools, biographies of storytellers, observations of the art of storytelling and plays on words, and directory of contemporary storytellers. [E148] C222 ~-Ph~ ' At; Todai Rakugokai. Rakugo jiten (Handbook of rakugo) revised and enlarged ed. Seiabo, 1973. 612p. PL/746/T63 Contains outlines and interpretations of approximately 1260 traditional rakugo masterpieces. Index to titles arranged by kana order. Motion Pictures C223 jtt-_3 Fj [|1~(t Imamura, Miyoo. Nihon eiga bunkenshi (Bibliographical dictionary of Japanese motion pictures). Kagamiura Shobo, 1967. 287p. Z/5784/M9/I32 Annotated and classified list of books and periodicals on motion pictures published since the Meiji period. Includes both Western and Japanese pictures. Title index. C224 fijift Eiga nenkan (Motion picture yearbook) 1949-. Jiji Tsushinsha, 1949 -PN/1993.3/E34 Gives statistics, chronicle of events, directory and survey of foreign developments. Indexes of subjects and film titles. Originally (1947-1948) titled Eiga geino nenkan (Motion picture and entertainment yearbook). [E150] Supplement, Eiga benran (Motion picture handbook) is published separately. C225 HH*t0i1BA HIIJmi'1F"i iH Nihon Eiga Rengokai. Nihon gekieiga sakuhin mokuroku (Catalog of Japanese dramatic motion pictures). 1956. 257p. Not in A.L.


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Page  55 55 D1-D3 D4-D6 LANGUAGE LANGUAGE In Japanese academic tradition, "Kokugokokubungaku" combines the study of language with literature. Many reference works in this bibliography, therefore, deal with both language and literature and are listed under Literature (Section E). Books on the study of the language, both classical and modern, in traditional or modern linguistic research, are listed here; also listed are ChineseJapanese character dictionaries, JapaneseJapanese dictionaries. Bibliographies DI fHr# $1 _- m W 5tif Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bungaku, tetsugaku, shigaku, bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of literature, philosophy, and history) VI, Kokugogaku hen (National language). 1957. 281p. Z/3301/A4 Monographs, articles and other writings, including mimeographed works and reprints, published from August 1945 through December 1955, classified under twenty headings, each with subdivisions. List of periodicals and an author index. [F132] D2 Yamagiwa, Joseph K. Japanese Language Studies in the Showa Period. University of Michigan Press, 1961. X, 153p. (Univ. of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies, Bibliographical Series, 9). Z/3303/M62/no. 9 1473 entries listing books and articles published on Japanese language since 1926 to about 1957. Classified under 10 chapters, each contributed by a Japanese specialist with brief introduction. No annotations. D3 a T kai KB Bisli Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. KBSBibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes. 1961. VIa, Language. 155p. Z/3304/K81/v.6 Annotates books on Japanese language, dialects, and Ainu language in English. Lists periodical titles. JapaneseEnglish table of technical terms at the end. D4 Aft Kokugogaku (Japanese linguistics), ed. by Saeki Umetomo and others. Sanseido, 1961. 807p. (Kokugo Kokubungaku kenkyushi taisei, v. 15). PL/707/K79/v.15 Authoritative work. History of Japanese language studies outlined with bibliographical emphasis under such headings as phonology, phonetics, use of kana, etymology, semantics, dictionaries and indexes, particles, conjugations, modernisms, syntax, honorifics, dialects and punctuation marks. 158p. appendix lists source materials. Title-subject index. [F127] D5 X^" T5kyo Teikoku Daigaku. Kokugogaku shomoku kaidai (An annotated bibliography of Japanese linguistics). Yoshikawa Hanshichi, 1902. 858p. Z/3308/L5/A5 More than 600 pre-Meiji works, some of them no longer extant, are described but not evaluated. Chronology of studies to 1897 with author and subject indexes. [F128] D6 w1gL4 PT tlQ-IJt Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyujo. Meiji iko kokugogaku kankei kankn shomoku (Bibliography of works on the Japanese language published since the Meiji period). Shuei Shuppan, 1955. 301p. (Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyujo shiryoshu 4). Z/7072/K79

Page  56 56 D7-D9 DlO-D 1 Listed without evaluation under 11 headings are 3,027 books on the Japanese language published from 1868 through 1952. Periodical articles not included. This is brought up to date each year in the following: [F131] Yearbook D7 [ dUht Kokugo nenkan (Japanese language yearbook) 1954-. Compiled by the Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyujo. Shuei Shuppansha, 1954-. PL/501/A35 Lists books, magazines and newspaper articles on Japanese linguistics published the preceding year, reports activities of institutions and societies and lists scholars engaged in language studies. Contains also list of research projects funded by various organizations, and a brief biographical dictionary of both Japanese and foreign scholars. D10 i 4M- Kokugo kokubungaku shiryo zukai daijiten (Illustrated dictionary of Japanese language and literature). Zenkoku Kyoiku Tosho, 1962-1963. 2v. PL/511/K79 Explains systematically historical developments from early times to the present with illustrations, charts and tables. V. 1 deals not only with Japanese language in general, but also with related topics such as books and publishing, natural science, the calendar, life, politics, economics and industry. Lists of references. [F134] Atlas D11 WHI JD YRfI H g LW&' Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyujo. Nihon gengo chizu —Linguistic Atlas of Japan. Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1966-1974 (1965 -1975). 6v. PL/503/A473 Dictionaries D8 n&# PtHY Kokugo Gakkai. Kokugogaku jiten (Dictionary of Japanese linguistics) 7th ed. Tokyodo, 1961. 1249p. PL/515/K785 2,700 signed entries with bibliographies cover all aspects of Japanese language study, including minor and unorthodox views. Subject, title, name and foreign word indexes. [F133] D9 {P{Y -IQ; Sato, Kiyoji. Kokugogaku kenkyu jiten (Japanese language research dictionary). Meiji Shoin, 1977. 1007p. PL/511/K77 Consists of two parts: studies and source materials. The part on studies is divided into theory, history, dialects, etc., treated in signed articles with lists of references. The part on source materials is divided into periods with headings for well-known book titles or authors' names. Explanatory articles are signed by specialists and include a list of references. Indexed extensively by names of authors, titles, and subjects. Appended are a chronology of the history of language study, a list of series and collected works, and list of general indexes or concordances. 300 maps of geographical survey of contemporary Japanese language usage and its relationship to dialects, giving basic data for historical studies of the changes in the language. Introductions and explanations to maps are in English. DICTIONARIES FOR THE FOREIGN STUDENT Two basic requirements for Japanese language students are language dictionaries and character dictionaries. Japanese language dictionaries geared for native speakers are the best, but for foreign students there is a wide selection of language and character dictionaries. The student restricted to English must use one of the few all-Romanized dictionaries, such as Takahashi's. The beginning Japanese language student, once beyond the textbook, will need a JapaneseEnglish language dictionary and a character dictionary. Standard works include Kenkyusha's and Nelson's. An EnglishJapanese language dictionary such as Kenkyushafs, primarily intended for Japanese students of English, is helpful to foreign students searching for exact Japanese equivalents for English words or phrases. The Japanese writing system presents two additional barriers to beginning foreign students: the Japanese syllabic scripts,

Page  57 57 D12-D17 D1 8-D24 kana, and the Chinese characters, kanji. From the beginning, a systematic introductory guide to reading and writing basic syllabaries and general-use characters is essential. O'Neill's is the latest and best of these guides. Other specialized dictionaries for foreign students include multi-language dictionaries, idiomatic expression guides, translation handbooks, and grammatical dictionaries of classical Japanese literature. D12 Sakade, Florence, ed. A Guide to Reading and Writing Japanese; the 1850 Basic Characters and the Kana Syllabaries. Rutland, Vt., C. E. Tuttle Co., 1959. 1st ed. 287p. PL/528/S16 D13 Nelson, Andrew N. The Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary 2nd edition (revised). Rutland, Vt., Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1966. 1109p. PL/769/N42/1966 Forward, pp. 11 & 12, includes bibliography of guides and dictionaries of interest to the foreign student. 2nd ed. includes Appendix 14. On-kun index pp. 1048-1108. D14 O'Neill, P. G. Essential Kanji. 2,000 basic Japanese characters systematically arranged for learning and reference. New York, Weatherhill, 1973. 325p. PL/675/058 The latest and best of its kind. D15 Rose-Innes, Arthur. Beginner's Dictionary of Chinese-Japanese Characters and Compounds. With common abbreviations, variants, and numerous compounds. Heieisha Publishing Co. New 4th Edition, 1961. 48, 507p. PL/679/R78/1961 Superceded by Nelson's, D13 above. D16 Brinkley, Frank. Brinkley's JapaneseEnglish Dictionary. With an introduction by Eric B. Deadel. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1963. 2v. 1687p. PL/679/B88/1963 First published in 1896 under the title An Unabridged Japanese-English Dictionary. English-Japanese, JapaneseEnglish Dictionaries D17! - tM Iwasaki, Tamihei and Kawamura, Jujiro. Kenkyusha's New English-Japanese Dictionary. Kenkyusha, 1960 (1973 printing). 46, 2204p. PL/679/K334/1960 Standard reference. D18 f NA Masuda, Koh, ed. Kenkyusha's New Japanese-English Dictionary fourth edition. Kenkyusha, 1974. 13, 2110p. PL/679/K335/1974 Standard reference. All-romanized English-Japanese, Japanese-English Dictionary D19 - L — — 7 Hyojun Romaji Kai. All-Romanized English-Japanese Dictionary. Rutland, Vt., C. E. Tuttle, 1974. 1st ed. 1961 by Hyojun Romaji Kai, Tokyo. 21, 732p. PL/679/H98/1974 Pocket-sized. D20 MAi Takahashi, Morio. Romanized EnglishJapanese Dictionary. Taiseido, 1969. 457p. PL/679/T16 D21 A 4S~ Takahashi, Morio. Romanized JapaneseEnglish Dictionary. Taiseido, 1969. 1226p. PL/679/T15 Both Takahashi dictionaries are fully Romanized. Multi-language Dictionaries D22 Wf Nakano, Toru. The Japan Times' JapaneseEnglish-Chinese Dictionary. Hara Shobo, 1973. 368p. PL/678/J36/1973 D23 The Japan Times. The Japan Times' 6-language Dictionary. Hara Shobo, 1964 (lst ed. 1959). 703p. PL/678/J36 Japanese-English-German-French-RussianChinese. Special Dictionaries D24 Morris, Ivan. Dictionary of Selected Forms in Classical Japanese Literature. New York and London, Columbia University

Page  58 58 D25-D28 D29-D32 Press, 1966. 155p. Dictionary of Selected Forms in... Corrigenda, Addenda, Substituenda. New York and London, Columbia University Press, 1970. 51p. PL/679/D55 D25 Corwin, Charles. A Dictionary of Japanese and English Idiomatic Equivalents. Japan Publications Trading Company, 1968. 302p. PL/679/D55 See under Language: Dict. & Grammar. D26 ttffl5!H I[W tt.,\. ' " '7 " ' Murata, Kiyoaki. Wa-Ei hon'yaku handobukku (Japanese-English translation handbook). Japan Times, 1971. 222p. PL/679/M94 LANGUAGE DICTIONARIES Character Dictionaries and examples of cursive and ornamental characters appended. [F166] D29 1Lf54 KUeda, Mannen. Daijiten (Great character dictionary) 7th rev. ed. Kodansha, 1963. 2821p. PL/675/D3/1963 Useful for its large number of compounds and indications of character readings in names, but inadequate in defining the meanings of various readings of each character. D30 A IK F'1I /I]' -A -]PA5i J~i$ft~L- A Hattori, Unokichi and Oyanagi, Shiketa. Shokai kan-wa daijiten (Comprehensive Sino-Japanese dictionary with detailed explanations) rev. and enl. ed. Fuzanbo, 1956. 2180, 252p. PL/675/H36 Gives for each character compounds beginning and ending with it. Ancient Japanese and Chinese court and military practices illustrated. Indexed by Wade phonetics. [F164] Read Nelson, D13, pp. 1001-13 (Appendices no. 1-6). D27 )UMM? ItlfSl;: Morohashi, Tetsuji. Dai kan-wa jiten (Great Sino-Japanese dictionary). Taishukan Shoten, 1955-1960. 13v. PL/675/M856 Monumental compilation giving about 50,000 root Chinese characters, compared with 48,000 in the Imperial edition of the K'ang-hsi dictionary, and about 520,000 compounds, with explanations, many of them with illustrations, and exhaustive usage examples from identified sources arranged chronologically. Characters are given in all forms, and Japanese and Chinese pronunciations, ancient and modern, are indicated. V. 13 has indexes by strokes, Japanese readings and four-corner number arrangements, as well as lists of characters used in Japan and simplified characters used in China. [F162] D30a tJi gffi~ Shionoya, On. Shinjikan (New mirror of characters) 3rd ed. rev. and enl. Koto Kyoiku Kenkyukai, 1961. 2423p. PL/675/S Gives 11,000 Chinese characters arranged by number of strokes and their modern Chinese compounds, with pronunciation in Wade phonetics. Appended are a list of homonyms, a guide to Chinese, information about cursive writing and the composition of characters and a chronology of Chinese history and culture. Originally published in 1939 by Kodokan. [F165] Medium and Special Dictionaries D31 AJ llJ E0 Kadokawa kan-wa chujiten (Kadokawa's medium-size Sino-Japanese dictionary), ed. by Kaizuka Shigeki and others. 1960. 24, 1501p. PL/675/K14 Easy to use. Gives special attention to meanings and readings of characters of Japanese origin with sources for compounds. Chinese customs, weights and measures, etc. are appended. D32 A)JIIFjT, Kadokawa shinjigen (Kadokawa's new source of characters), ed. by Ogawa D28 Tf tJM f, Kanno, Domei. ters) enl. ed. 2358, 234p. Jigen (Source of characKadokawa Shoten, 1959. PL/675/K16 Etymologies and homonyms of some entry characters given. Compounds arranged according to Japanese pronunciation of their second characters. Illustrations of ancient court and military customs

Page  59 59 D33-D36 D37-D39a Tamaki and others. 1973. 1279, 79p. PL/675/S56 Published in text book size for people with poor eyesight. Contains about 10,000 characters with romanized contemporary Chinese readings. D33 Wi-E tV2 Vfiffit 4 Nagasawa, Kikuya. Shin kan-wa chujiten (New Chinese-Japanese medium-sized dictionary). Sanseido, 1967. 1, 264p. PL/675/N14 Handy desk dictionary, lists current compounds and examples. Appendixes contain useful information. Japanese-Japanese Dictionaries D34 f[t HUatfck - Ochiai, Naobumi. Nihon daijiten: Gensen, or Kotoba no izumi (Comprehensive Japanese dictionary: fountain of words), revised by Haga Yaichi. Okura Shoten, 1931-1932. 6v. PL/675/016 Includes ancient, dialectal, and technical terms, historical and literary allusions, titles of literary works, words found in poems, songs and dramas, etc., each given in old orthography, meanings and examples of use, with their sources. Some illustrations. Indexed by Chinese characters. [F152] D35 k)Z 7tKM Otsuki, Fumihiko. Daigenkai (Great sea of words). Fuzanb5, 1932-1937. 5v. PL/675/092 An expanded revision of the 1891 Genkai (Sea of words), it is strong in archaic words but also gives modern, dialect and commonly used Chinese words and words of non-Chinese foreign origin, each with pronunciation, etymology, meanings and usage examples with sources. Indexes of Chinese characters arranged by strokes, Japanese words in kana order and words of foreign origin. A one-volume edition without the indexes was published in 1956. [F153] Strong in archaic words, but difficult to use. D36 ~_M ffl ~P e nS 3Hi - ^ B*Dgi-A Ueda, Mannen and Matsui, Kanji. Dai Nihon kokugo jiten (Dictionary of Japanese language) rev. ed. Fuzanbo, 1939. 5v. PL/675/U22 Gives more than 200,000 words, excluding dialects, proper nouns unless related to legends and folklore, with emphasis on ancient words. Etymology is mostly ignored, but usage examples, all with their sources, are extensive. Syllabic and character indexes. A 2376p. onevolume edition without the indexes was published in 1952. [F154] The preceding three works, and many other dictionaries which were published prior to Shinmura's Kojien of 1955, used old kana usage, so the entries are filed accordingly. However, these are historic and authoritative compilations and are still useful. D37 TJUI )6 Heibonsha. Daijiten (Great dictionary) original edition, 1934-1937. 26v. AG/35.2/D13 Of encyclopedic proportions, it combines more than 400,000 modern, classical, dialect and technical terms, including those of foreign origin, with nearly 300,000 personal and place names, literary titles, etc. Meanings are by specialists. Some illustrations. Introduction to grammar and indexes of Chinese characters arranged by strokes, difficult pronunciations and foreign personal and place names appended. [F155] Reduced-size reprint with some additional entries, published in 1953 -1954 in 13 vols. Lacks references to historic changes in usage. D38 Ha*ai~AHh Nihon kokugo daijiten (Comprehensive Japanese language dictionary). Shugakkan, 1972-1976. 20v. PL/675/N67 Explains 500,000 terms with 5,000,000 examples of usages with emphasis on the history of each word. Modern literary sources are sometimes used for examples. It aims to be the "Oxford Japanese Dictionary." Entries are in hiragana and arranged in kana order with derivations and associated meanings with examples. D39 Vit Wb L~SX Shinmura, Izuru. KSjien (Wide garden of words) 2nd ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1969. 2448p. PL/675/S545 The representative medium-sized encyclopedic dictionary containing about 200,000 terms in modern orthography. Many illustrations, and strong in etymology. D39a ~BI ~~S Iwanami kokugo jiten (Iwanami's dictionary of Japanese language), ed. by Nishio

Page  60 60 D40-D43 D44-D48 Minoru and Iwabuchi Etsutaro. 1963. 8, 1160p. PL/675/N69 2nd ed. 1971. A good pocket-size dictionary, containing charts, on usage and inflection of parts of speech, and alternate kana spellings. Proverbs and Allusions D40 )9Mi Or Fj Ota, Zensai. Gen-en (Garden of proverbs). Shinseisha, 1966. 278p. (Kojisho sokan, no. 1) PL/675/A2/Y18/v.1 A photo reproduction of the handwritten manuscript of about 3,280 entries compiled by the author in Kansei period (1789-1801). Some of the proverbs and idiomatic expressions taken from popular literature, Buddhist writings, and daily speech, are still in common use today, e.g. choromakasu, to cheat someone; chakasu, to make fun of someone. The discovery of this book led to changing the authorship of Rigen sharan, formerly attributed to Murata Ryoa, to this Ota Zensai. D41 t W7f J XKf {d-P-I'i Murata, Ryoa. Ota, Zensai. Rigen shuran (Collection of colloquialisms) enl. ed. ed. by Inoue Yorikuni nad Kondo Heijo. Koten Kokyujo, 1899-1900. 3v. PL/685/M97/1899 and Japanese classics, including historical allusions, puns, etc., with meanings and sources, arranged in the following categories under each syllable of the Japanese syllabary: astronomy, geography, government orders, morals, religion, human affairs, the human body, arts and sciences, food, utensils, economics, court affairs, animals, plants and miscellaneous. General index. [F173] D44 MIHKi A T /Rtt4 Ikeda, Shirojiro. Koji jukugo daijiten (A large dictionary of Chinese historical allusions and compounds). Hobunkan, 1960. 300, 1750, 204p. PL/685/I26 Arranged by Kana order and explained with usage examples. D45 P ~WHI f # t-At~ Kanno, Domei. Koji seigo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Chinese historical allusions and expressions). Meiji Shoin, 1929. 1851, 134p. PL/685/K18/1912 Arranges by Japanese syllabary facts and phrases found in Chinese classics relating to astronomy, seasonal events, government posts, politics, music, ethics, literature, science, weapons, human affairs, arts and accomplishments, food, dress, flowers, trees, bamboo, stones, etc. Sources given. Indexed by strokes. [F172] D46 AWM — P g.t.r9=~-A Takahashi, Gen'ichir5. Koji seigo gengo jiten (Dictionary of historical allusions, familiar phrases and proverbs). Meiji Shoin, 1962. 699p. PN/6519/J3/T14/1962 Lists about 7,000 items. Reprint of Koji seigo gengo shikai, 1960. [F175] D47 -M7 Jmfflt&Pk ~tc t Suzuki, T5z5 and Hirota, Eitaro. Koji kotowaza jiten (Dictionary of historical allusions and proverbs). Tokyod5, 1956. 983p. PN/6519/J3/S962 Lists 13,000 words giving meanings and examples from identified sources, including many of Chinese and Buddhist origin. No index. D48 tD;D R.Zoku koji kotowaza jiten (Dictionary of historical allusions and proverbs, continued). Tokyod5, 1961. 456p. Arranged in kana order, with explanations in literary style. D42 WfLt W Ajfi RA Fujii, Otoo. Gengo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of proverbs). Yuhodo, 1953. 1159, 254p. PN/6511/P84/1953 Reprint of 1925 ed. Extensive compilation of 23,000 proverbs, historical allusions, legends, puns, riddles, etc., arranged in kana order, with explanations for those not self-explanatory. Sources of examples given. Includes many Western proverbs in English for comparison. Classified index, difficult to use. D43 ff J RT~ Nakano, Yoshihei. Rigen daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of proverbs). Toho Shoin, 1933. 1507p. PN/6519/J3/N16 Gives proverbs and sayings from Chinese

Page  61 61 D49-D54 D55-D60 Supplements the above Ko~ji kotowaza jiten with emphasis on popular proverbs. D49 2f"-LLA #$L O LtDZ'O Noguchi, Shichinosuke. Koji to kotowaza no jiten (Dictionary of legends and proverbs). Haga Shoten, 1965. 535p. PN/6519/J3/N66/ 1965 Synonyms, Homonyrns, Antonyms D50 tH2 k{"vP" Shida, Gishu. and Saeki, Tsunemaro. Nihon ruigo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Japanese synonyms) reprint ed. K-odansha, 1974. 1777, 50, 25p. PL/667/S53 Common words, in kana form, are treated in entries which include characters, word type, meanings and synonyms. "Chimei imy5O ruijii" (Collection of geographical aliases) and "Jinmei imy5O ruiji-i" (Collection of personal aliases) are appended. Hirota, Bitaro and Suzuki, Thz53. Ruigo' jtn(Dictionary of synonyms). Tokyod5, 1956. 746p. PL/667/H66 While the coverage of this dictionary extends from archaic to modern Japanese, including slang, honorifics, dialects, and idiomatic phrases, the entries do not indicate differences in meaning and usage among the synonyms. Lists of symbolic meanings of flowers, and seasonal themes* used in haiku poetry appended. D5la *Daigo, Yoshiyasu. Kigo jiten (Seasonal words dictionary). Tokyod3, 1968. 656p. FL!/685/Di5 D52 Pd_'_X-~fAf 6~PMJ Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyiijo. Bunrui goihy5 (Word list by semantic principles). Shuei Shuppan, 1964. 362p. (Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyiijo shiry~shii, no. 6). PL/667/K75 D53 ~t~~H 270 ~ Tsumura, Kiyoshi. DMigo nijilman Jiten (Dictionary of 200,000 synonyms). Kokusho Kank~okai, 1976. l208p. Reprint ed. of 1910 ed. PL!/667/T87/1976 In kana order, each entry gives characters, meaning, synonyms and usages. D54 V T7T 1H OA~ A30" l Yakushiji, Noriaki and Nagao, Isamu. Shinshil ruigo yorei jiten (New dictionary of synonym usages). Shiieishal, 1973. 446p P~~L!/667/Y25 D55 M [A ' 6D~ Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyiiio. D-oongo no kenkyi (Study of homonyms). Shtlei Shuppan, 1961. 290p. (Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyiijo h~koku no. 20.) PL!/685/A48 Includes 7,800 sets of homonyms giving their types, origins and the situations in which they most frequently occur and cause misunderstanding. D5 6 ) ~ M-"lI 9'i~~ "#1O MR4 Amanuma, Yasushi. Ciongo, gitaigo j~iten (Dictionary of onomatopoetic words). Tokyod5, 1974. 396p. PL/685/A48 Covers ancient and modern words, gives meaning and usage examples with reference sources. Shioda, Norikazu and Nakamura, Kazuo. Hantaigo jiten (Dictionary of antonyms). Tokyod5, 1957. 365p. FL!/667/S55 D58 If rbiEi~C H~NA~ Yamagiwa, Masabumi. Hantaigo jiten. (Dictionary of antonyms). Nitto Shoin, 1976. 59!5p. PL/667/Y27 Contains about 16,000 words and their antonyms. Historical Words D59 24J6IR 9 Kadokawa kogo jiten (Kadokawa dictionary of classical words) rev. ed. by Takeda Yukichi and Hisainatsu Senichi. Kadokawa Shoten,, 1963. 1344, 7p. FL!/675/Al 41,000 words are entered in their old orthography, giving characters, meanings and usage examples. Some illustrations. Haikai seasonal words listed. D60 OTHJVNAW4.Shin meikai kogo jiten (New precise dictionary of archaic words), annotated and edited by Kindaichi Haruhiko. Sanseido., 1974. 1281p. PL!675!Al!M52!1974 Defines 42,000 terms arranged in kana order with usage examples. Differences in interpretation of terms are noted in

Page  62 62 D61-D66 D67-D72 red with source references. Appendix includes a guide to archaic words, a list of source references, and readings of characters arranged by number of strokes, etc. D61 ^-& tt Iwanami kogo jiten (Iwanami's classical words dictionary) by Ono Shin and others. Iwanami, 1974. 1488p. PL/675/A1/053 43,000 words. Covers ancient through the first half of the Edo period. D62 miJ" A e~ A Kodansha kogo jiten (Kodansha's classical words dictionary) by Saeki Umetomo and Mabuchi Kazuo. Kodansha, 1975. 1173p. PL/675/A1/S12 Entry words are taken from 11 great classics and some others. Useful for ready references. D63 ti "7l{ A Obunsha kogo jiten (Obunsha's classical words dictionary). Obunsha, 1969. 1342p. PL/675/A1/02/1969 Lists and explains 42,000 words. D64 Hl[J ff i LBt)J7 i Maeda, Isamu. Kinsei Kamigatago jiten (Dictionary of pre-modern dialects of Kyoto-Osaka area). Tokyodo, 1964. 1213p. PL/675/A3/K56 Words used in areas related to literature and art are explained with examples of usage. Useful for studying literature of the period. See also Kinsei Kamigata gogen jiten (Dictionary of pre-modern Kyoto-Osaka dialect etymology), which is for dialect study. D65 uiF[JFW iPAn) Maeda, Isamu. Edogo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Edo period Edo dialect). Kodansha, 1974. 1078p. PL/685/M25 Words used by people in metropolitan Edo in the latter half of the early modern (Kinsei) period, 1800s. 30,000 words selected from about 1,000 popular books of the period are explained and given usages with sources. D66 t1al 40 H 7kT9 3^ iR Matsuoka, Shizuo. Nihon kogo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Japanese archaic words). Toko Shoin, 1963. 2v. PL/675/N67 Reprint ed. of 1929 ed. Words were selected from the earliest Japanese writings, arranged in kana order with interpretive meanings, characters, and reference sources. D67 It,Ji k - AA 4S: Jidaibetsu kokugo daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Japanese language by periods). Jodaihen (Ancient period), ed. by Jodaigo Jiten Henshu Iinkai. Sanseido, 1967. 1152p. PL/675/S185 Covers Nara period (8th century). Explains about 8,500 words and their uses in phrases, with reference sources. D68 L[Ift tt- _hUi5 Maruyama, Rinpei. Jodaigo jiten (Dictionary of archaic words). Meiji Shoin, 1967. 1161p. PL/675/A1/M38 Covers Nara period (8th century) words and phrases, giving meanings and reference sources, arranged in old kana order. Special feature is its coverage of names of gods, people, and places. Place names identified by location, with present name. See also: D69 A~~^ itmm40 Otsuka, Tatsuo. Makurakotoba jiten (Dictionary of Makurakotoba —conventional attribute —words). Kazama Shobo, 1961. 303, 36p. PL/733/W3/088 D70 K+JtA- ~lft_>4 '->k0>L A Igarashi, Jin'ichi. Jodai kanazukai jiten (Dictionary of ancient kana orthography). Shogakkan, 1969. 9, 165p. PL/545/I24 New Words D71 9ia wftMA~&W Asahi gendai yogo jiten (Asahi dictionary of modern word usage) 1976. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1975. 1083p. PL/674/A78/1976 Lists 8800 terms on all subjects used in newspapers, with brief explanations. Abbreviated words are arranged by alphabetical order with short explanations at the end. Contains references to the origin of each new word and usage. D72 iM sinb L t aki i Gendai shingo to shakai chishiki

Page  63 63 D73-D80 D81-D85 (Contemporary new words and knowledge of the society), ed. by Shioda Nasaru. Kinensha, 1971. 835, 66p. PL/674/A5/G32 Explains about 7700 terms used in current affairs, arranged under topics such as international affairs, politics, society, labor, science, sports, culture, economics, etc. General index by kana order. D73 Aft~ffl c )m1s Gendai y5go no kiso chishiki (Fundamental understanding of modern terms) 1977. Ed. by Jiyu Kokuminsha, 1976. 1263p. Annual since 1948). PL/674/A5/J62 Contains signed articles, classified under broad subjects, e.g. politics, economics, science, etc., with topical subheadings on current problems. General index to 32,136 terms in kana order at the beginning gives the location of specific terms explained in various articles. A list of foreign words and abbreviations is at the end with original spellings and brief explanations. D74 O(DC t L 0R Toki no kotoba jiten (Dictionary of words in current usage), ed. by Iwakura Seiichi. Teikoku Chiho Gyosei Gakkai, 1973. 561p. PL/674/A5/I93 Explains about 1,000 entry words. D75 XLfik)t Aft*AAAMIRA^ Toyama, Tsuneyoshi. Gendai joshikigo jiten (Dictionary of modern common sense words). Hogaku Shoin, 1977. 24, 283p. Etymology (Gogen) D79 L+3Ck BAMIA^N3RA$ Yamanaka, Jota. Kokugo gogen jiten (Dictionary of Japanese Etymology). Azekura Shobo, 1976. 637p. PL/663/Y185 A kana order dictionary with detailed entries for all types of words. Highly interpretive due to the as yet undeveloped condition of this field of study. Slang (Ingo) D80 I PJo Umegaki, Minoru. Ingo jiten (Dictionary of cant, argot, and slang). Tokyodo, 1956. 600p. PL/697/U482 With over 17,000 entries arranged in kana order covering words used by special occupational or social groups in Japan, this dictionary supercedes all earlier slang dictionaries. Covers mainly from Meiji to the present, but Heian period words are also included. Each entry gives characters, word type, meaning, region or class using the word, and period when the term appeared. Loan Words (Gairaigo) D81 il 1 A J I I1 3' M A Arakawa, Sobei. Kadokawa gairaigo jiten (Kadokawa loan word dictionary) rev. and enl. ed. Kadokawa Shoten, 1967. 1534p. PL/684/A65/1967 Over 25,000 loan words drawn from more than 26 countries on all subjects. Each entry consists of a katakana heading, the source word and its country of origin, linguistic explanation, the field, meaning, reference words, sources and quotations. Excellent reference for those katakana words that are often difficult to comprehend. D82 4/13JS' Gairaigo shojiten (Kenkyusha's little dictionary of loan words in Japanese), ed. by Ogaeri Yoshio. 1959. 481p. PL/684/G14 D83 ~f fl_ H*'a}-;jgf:t Ueda, Mannen. Nihon gairaigo jiten (Dictionary of loan words in Japanese). Sanseido, 1915. 426p. PL/684/N69 D84 AI3gY'FlS-E0R Gyosei gairaigo ryakugo jiten (Dictionary of loan words and abbreviated words used in administration), ed. by Isomura Eiichi and others. Gy5sei, 1975. 408p. PL/684/G96 GRAMMAR DICTIONARIES D85 tftM H -)J0fRAS Matsumura, Akira. Nihon bunpo daijiten (Great dictionary of Japanese grammar). Meiji Shoin, 1971. 1054p. PL/534/M45 Explains important technical terms and words related to the study of Japanese grammar, with many usage examples and

Page  64 64 D86-91 D92-D95 reference sources; also gives different theories and views. Expanded edition of the following: D86 ) t [-uR H a Meiji Shoin. Nihon bunpo jiten (Dictionary of Japanese grammar). 1962. 24, 401p. PL/543/E37 Contains a study of the process of the conception of the Japanese language and its history in idiomatic forms. Word entries (p. 47-269) arranged in kana order, include meanings, origins and construction; source references noted. Samples cover all ages. General index. Contains conjugation tables by historical periods, comparative tables of grammatical theories, and a chronological table of the study of Japanese grammar. D87 J+5)-= Shiraishi, Daiji. Bunsho jiten (Dictionary of writing). Teikoku Chiho Gyosei Gakkai, 1968. 712, 23p. PL/639/S56 A style manual of Japanese writing. Includes correct rules for the use of kana and characters. D88 NHK K fl Hong A0 NHK yoji yogo jiten (NHK dictionary of word and character usage). Nihon H6os Kyokai, 1973. 584p. PL/674/A5/N68 A companion to NHK accent dictionary, this is for standardizing spellings and pronunciations. Honorifics D92 -,ltllfjtmK! PUtMMU5 Okuyama, Masuro. Gendai keigo jiten (Dictionary of modern honorific speech). Tokyodo, 1973. 222p. PL/641/045 Arranged in kana order with samples of usage. Index. Concise and handy. See also: D93 [lh'Lf PM[&S Okuyama, Masuro. Keigo y5oh jiten (Dictionary of honorific word usage). Tokyodo, 1976. 180p. A companion jiten, D92. application to the author's Gendai keigo Gives correct and effective of keigo. Phonology Idioms D89 Corwin, Charles. A Dictionary of Japanese and English Idiomatic Equivalents. Japan Publications Trading Co., 1968. 19, 302p. PL/679/D55 Over 10,000 idiomatic Japanese expressions are arranged according to 222 "general thought categories." Idioms used in colloquial speech and some proverbs are included. Japanese word index appended. D90 i )- - H t~[A 4W$W Shiraishi, Daiji. Kokugo kan'yoku daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of Japanese idioms). Tokyodo, 1977. 664p. PL/685/S558 About 11,000 idioms are explained with usage samples and reference sources. General index. D91 5 - -: H *~,, R$ 4 Shiraishi, Daiji. Nihongo hasso jiten (Dictionary of the origin of the Japanese language). Tokyodo, 1972. 285p. PL/685/S562 D94 )Jll l H-1 TH B* <0t f Terakawa, Kishio and Kusaka, Miyoshi. Hyojun Nihongo hatsuon daijiten (Standard Japanese pronunciation dictionary). KyBto, Taigado, 1956. 7, 128, 1067p. PL/543/T33 Kana entry with characters, parts of speech, phonetic symbols and accent marks to indicate standard pronunciation. 128-page introduction to Japanese accent and pronunciation, including notes on standard Japanese tone quality and quantity, and a comparison of homonyms of various dialects. D95 H * tRif H*P~:7A -t> [ SAt Nihon Hoso Kyokai. Nihongo hatsuon akusento jiten (Japanese pronunciation and accent dictionary) rev. ed. Nihon Hos5 Shuppan Kyokai, 1966. 16, 1096, 136p. PL/544/N68 Entries indicate the standard pronunciation for 70,000 words, with meanings indicated for difficult terms. 136-page appendix gives a detailed explanation of pronunciation and accent.

Page  65 65 D96-D1 01 D96 1 1\ M B7 a t SA Hirayama, Teruo. Zenkoku akusento jiten (Dictionary of Japanese accents). Tokyodo, 1960. 94, 950p. PL/544/H665 Includes comparisons of the accents of Tokyo, Kyoto and Kagoshima, maps, a table of comparative accents, and lists of accents for numbers, names, verbs and adjective inflections. D97 _MInt R M 7-fi at Sanseido. Meikai Nihongo akusento jiten (Precise Japanese accent dictionary). 1958. 926, 68p. Not in A.L. 60,000 entry words include compounds, surnames and place names. D102-D106 Tojo, Misao. Hyojungobiki bunrui hogen jiten (Classified dictionary of dialect words listed by standard word pronunciation). Tokyodo, 1954. 6, 804p. PL/691/T65 Supplements and serves as an index to the author's Zenkoku hDgen jiten, D100. Classified in 14 topical sections and indexed by standard words arranged in kana order. Includes a bibliography of dialect collections. D102 IMllIi % ^M) a f _jEF Yamanaka, Jota. Hogen zokugo gogen jiten (Etymological dictionary of dialect words and colloquialisms). Azekura Shobo, 1970. 461p. PL/663/Y18 DIALECTS D98 Brower, Robert H. A Bibliography of Japanese Dialects. Ann Arbor, Univeristy of Michigan Press, 1950. 11, 75p. (University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies, Bibliographical Series, no. 2.) Z/3303/M62 995 entries, divided by region and prefecture. Includes books and articles on dialect and dialect study. D99 N B^CmD^ H/$Oi'I Xj Nihon Hogen Kenkyukai. Nihon no hogen kukaku (Distribution of Japanese dialects). Tokyodo, 1964. 6, 708p. PL/687/A1/N68 While essentially a collection of theses on Japanese dialects, the latter part of the book, pp. 544-684, contains bibliographies of books, theses, and literary works on dialects, from the Meiji period to 1963. Some earlier bibliographies included. Entry words are based on Tojo Misao's Zenkoku hUgen jiten, D100, giving meaning, region of usage, followed by clearly designated section where the author presents his opinions on the etymology of words. Bibliography: pp. 451-61. See also: D103 Lt7F A Yamanaka, Jota. Chimei gogen jiten (Etymology of place names). Azekura Shobo, 1968. 458p. DS/805/Y18 D104 gl J` W R A Maeda, Isamu. Kamigata gogen jiten (Kamagata —Osaka-Kyoto —dialect dictionary). Tokyodo, 1965. 5, 619p. PL/693/K46/M18 Arranged in kana order, each entry gives meaning, type of word or phrase, etymology, and usage with sources. See also: Maeda, Isamu. Kinsei Kamigatago jiten, D64a. D100 TIxt 4 7s Tojo, Misao. Zenkoku hogen jiten (Dictionary of Japanese dialects). Tokyodo, 1967. 14, 881p. PL/691/T66 Lists about 40,000 dialect words, gives meaning and geographical area of usage. Includes a map of dialect distribution, divided into three broad areas: East Honshu, West Honshu, and Kyushu. The author's Hyojungobiki bunrui hDgen jiten, D101, supplements this and serves as a useful index. Di05 AWRa5 74 i 7m Hattori, Shiro. Ainugo hogen jiten Ainu dialect dictionary). Iwanami Shoten, 1964. 43, 556p. PL/495.4/H36 A listing of general vocabulary items in Ainu, arranged by topic, e.g. food, parts of the body, family relationships, etc., with pronunciation variations given by district, in roman-alphabet transcription. D106 B- ALIWT^PMW r i SP40iA Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyujo. Okinawago jiten (Okinawan dictionary). Okurasho D101.*,~1i iMbIdMA

Page  66 66 D107 Insatsukyoku, 1963. 854p. (Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyujo shiryoshu, 5.) PL/693/R994/K79 Contains about 15,000 entries, including colloquialisms, literary words, place names and others linked to Okinawan customs and religion. Gives introduction to background materials for the study of the Okinawa dialect. Atlas D107 *X It S'hf It tm Tojo Misao Sensei KokiKinenkai. Nihon hogen chizu (Japanese dialect atlas). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1956. 25 maps. PL/512/T64 The atlas contains 4 maps of phonetic distribution, 12 maps of colloquial expressions, 5 special maps, 4 foreign language dialect maps. 23-page explanatory text appended.


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Page  67 67 E2-E3 El LITERATURE General works on literature, poetry, prose, individual authors and works, collected works of criticism and reviews are listed. Juvenile literature is omitted. There are two important research libraries: National Institute of Japanese Literature, Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan, and Museum of Modern Japanese Literature, Kindai Bungakkan. Brief introductions to these libraries are given in this section. Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan (National Institute of Japanese Literature Address: 1-16-10 Yutakacho, Shinagawaku, Tokyo 142 Japan Director-General: Teiji Ichiko (1977) Director of Literary Documents Div.: Tadashi Okubo (1977) Director of Historical Documents Div.: S5ji Enomoto Library hours: 9:30-16:30, closed Sundays and national holidays, end of the month. User requirements: Requires a letter of introduction by the head of the user's affiliated institution, addressed to the Director-General. Probable users are university students, teachers and scholars. Holdings: 30,000 monographs, 1,400 serials, 10,000 photo print mss., all cataloged. 10,000 vols. of photo prints, 4,000 reference materials, and 550 latest serials are on open access shelves. Photocopy service is available. History: The Institute was established in 1972 by the Ministry of Education to collect the pre-Meiji Japanese literature (largely in microfilm), in order to provide ready access to scholars. It also incorporated the Monbusho Shiryokan (The Historical Documents Archives), which collected mainly documents of the pre-Meiji period (1600-1867). GENERAL WORKS Bibliographies El tShirytkan z maikuro a Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan z5 maikuro shiryo mokuroku (Catalog of Japanese manuscripts and printed books in microform. 1976). 1977. 802, 230p. Z/3308/L5/K73 Lists 8931 titles of classical books, pre-Meiji manuscripts and printed books, collected in microform by the Institute as of 1976. Arranged in kana order by title, with title readings taken from Kokusho somokuroku, A16; gives call numbers for microforms available for public use. List of 37 series with their contents; author and title index. E2 HS ~ 5LWt 4 MA It at-_ Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan zo chikuji kank5butsu mokuroku. 1977 (National Institute of Japanese Literature catalog of periodicals) 1977. 104p. Z/6958/J3/K72/1977 Covers 1332 titles of periodicals in kana order, each with bibliographical notes and numbers of holdings. Lists romanized titles and foreign periodicals at the end. E3 H-~ -fip Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan. Kokubungaku Kenkyu bunken mokuroku (Bibliography for the study of Japanese literature) 1971-. Shibund5, 1973. Annual. Z/3308/L5/K75 Formerly published by Tokyo Daigaku, Kokugo Kokubun Gakkai, under Kokugo kokubungaku kenkyiu bunken mokuroku, 1963-1972. Publication dates: 1965 -1972. Format is the same. Contains periodical articles of the year classified by period and genre, listed by title with author and sources;

Page  68 68 E4-E7 E8-E9 monographs divided into general works and reference books, followed by individual works by period and genre with annotations. Lists of monographs by title in kana order, special issues of periodicals, names of authors and other lists are at the end. No general index for the year, but the coverage is comprehensive. E4 -^ fmI 1 'i E aM%Hisamatsu Senichi Hakushi Kanreki Kinenkai. Kokubungaku kenkyu shomoku kaidai (Annotated bibliography of Japanese literature studies). Shibundo, 1957. 506p. Z/3308/L5/A8 Presents about 2,000 scholarly works published up to 1955 on pre-Meiji Japanese literature with annotations, listed chronologically by genre. Title index. A good guide to pre-1955 publications. E5 JBPSI4 _1Z',,_$A Saito, Kiyoe. Kokugo kokubungaku ronbun somokuroku (General catalog of scholarly works on Japanese language and literature) August 1945-July 1953. 1954. 315p. Z/3308/L5/S16 Articles from about 420 periodicals and monograph titles published during the 9 years immediately after World War II, arranged by period and genre with subject index. E6 H * Z-M _A P Nihon bungaku kenkyu bunken yoran (Bibliographical survey for the study of Japanese literature) 1965-1974. Nichigai Associates K. K., 1976-1977. 2v. (20 seiki bunken yoran taikei 1,2). Z/3308/L5/N643 V. 1, Ancient through Edo; v. 2, Modern period. Each volume gives introduction to tools for research in Japanese literature with subject index at beginning, and lists periodical articles and books published during the 10 years classified by periods and genre. Unannotated. Author index and a list of periodicals at the end. Comprehensive coverage for the years. A good place to start compiling a bibliography for any topical research. See also A56, A57, A58, Zasshi Kiji sakuin —Jinbun-shakai hen —ruiseki sakuin han... V. 10, Literature, language, 1965-1969, 1970-1974. AI/J3/Z32 E7 4LtAS Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes. V. 6-B, Literature. University of Tokyo Press, 1966. 5v. Z/3304/K81/1966 Pt. 1, General works and classical literature; pt. 2, Heian period through Kamakura and Muromachi period; pt. 3, Edo period; pt. 4 and 5, Meiji through Showa. Each part arranged by genre, containing only monographs with descriptive annotations. E8 d2Z- t Q^^mf Kaizosha. Nihon bungaku koza (Japanese literature lecture series). v. 17, Chronology and bibliography. 1935. 416p. PL/704/N64/v.17 Lists major literary works and studies on Japanese literature from ancient times to 1926 or the end of the Taisho period, classified by period and genre, with annotations by authorities. Annotated list of literary magazines, bibliography of language studies, chronology, and brief biographies of literary figures are appended. E9 5ilfi BV HCAK^ Ishiyama, Tetsuro. Nihon bungaku shoshi (Bibliography of Japanese literature). Okura Kobundo, 1934. 932p. Z/3308/L5/I78 Annotated bibliography of classical literary works up to the 16th century. Many entries give summaries and lists of variant texts and commentaries on the works. Nihon Kindai Bungakkan HN*i1:~ iW Address: 4-3-55, Komaba, Meguroku, Tokyo Chairman of the Board of Directors: Susumu Odagiri. Library hours: 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., closed Sundays and national holidays, end of the month. User requirements: must be over 18 years of age; must pay ~150 per day; book must be used in the library. Carrels and a lecture hall are available for a daily fee; also, photo reproduction services available. History: The Museum was established to collect and preserve research materials and literary works of post-Meiji Japanese literature, primarily for use by scholars. It publishes reproductions of first editions or early Meiji literary works, and periodicals.

Page  69 69 E10-E13 E14-E16 It was opened to the public in April 1967. An important library for research in the development of modern Japanese literature. Modern Bibliographies E10 H- it -ViIt -H j Nihon Kindai Bungakkan shozo zasshi mokuroku ko (Draft catalog of periodicals in the collection of the Museum of Modern Japanese Literature). 1972. 130p. Z/3308/L5/N675 Lists 1,500 periodicals whose first issues were published before Dec. 1965. Arranged in kana order. Bibliographical notes are incomplete, but holdings are given. Ell ti Okano, Takeo. Meijl bungaku kenkyu bunken soran (Conspectus of research materials of Meiji period literature). Fuzanb5, 1944. 74, 21, 810p. Z/3308/L5/043 Annotated bibliography covering about 3,000 works, with sections on history, criticism, biographies, works of individual authors and periodicals, each section arranged in chronological order. Lists of secondary works and reference books appended. Indexed, but not easy to use. E12 tWi L H Murakami, Hamakichi. Meiji bungaku shomoku (Catalog of books of Meiji period literature). Murakami Bunko, 1937. 835p. Z/3308/L5/M97 Lists about 30,000 items collected by Murakami Hamakichi and now for the most part in the University of California's East Asiatic Library. E13 Yamagiwa, Joseph K. Japanese Literature of the Showa Period: A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials. University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies Bibliographical Series, No. 8. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1959. 212p. Z/3308/L5/M62 Divided into four parts: chapter 1 is an outline history of twentieth-century Japanese literature by genre, perhaps the most detailed such survey in English. Chapter 2 is an annotated list of basic reference works, including a descriptive list of major literary magazines. Chapter 3 is an unannotated list of 766 Showa writers (authors and critics) and their major works. Genre of works indicated. Chapter 4 lists anthologies and collections by title, with a description of contents. Appended are a list of publishers and an index of authors and editors. Although somewhat old, this work is still a useful guide to materials for study of Showa literature. E14 /J IW i {ftHH2': s Otagiri, Susumu. Gendai Nihon bungei s-ran (Survey of modern Japanese literary arts). Meiji Bunken, 1968-1974. 4v. Z/3308/L5/022 Chronological list of 140 most important magazines concerned with literature and thought during the Taisho and early Showa (up to 1946) periods, with history of each publication and summary of contents. Supplementary volume lists proletariat literature magazines, dojin (literary coterie) magazines and the more general magazines. Author index in each volume. E15 ffl -- *T h HIi^ A Deguchi, Kazuo. Kindai Nihon bungaku o manabu tameni —Kindai Nihon bungaku kenkyu bunken soran (Handbook for the study of modern Japanese literature — Bibliography of modern Japanese literature research). Dai'ichi Shoten, 1976. 370p. Z/3308/L5/D27 Begins with bibliographical introduction, followed by general bibliography; divisions for history, criticism, authors, bibliography of bibliographies. No annotations. Selected list of special issues of periodicals, and genealogical tables of various literary schools are at the end. General index. A good up-todate checklist of scholarly works on literature. E16 ms -- Q Z JCFukuda, Hideichi and Plutschow, Herbert E. Nihon kik- bungaku benran (Handbook for the study of medieval Japanese travel diaries). Musashino Shoin, 1975. 271p. Z/3308/L5/F95 Contains 69 diaries and travel books written between 749 A.D. and 1600; each with author, date of travel, date of publication, contents, synopsis of each book and name of anthology in which each appears. A map and a list of place names are given for each entry. A list of references is included.

Page  70 70 El 7-E20 E21-E25 Translations E17 Japan P.E.N. Club. Japanese Literature in European Languages: a Bibliography. Kazui Shobo, 1961. Supplement, 1964. 2v. Z/3308/L5/N68 Classified list of titles published through 1964. No annotation or indication of part or full translations. E18 International House of Japan Library. Modern Japanese Literature in Western Translations: a Bibliography. 1972. 190p. Z/3308/L5/F94 Lists post-1868 Japanese fiction, poetry, drama, and other writings variously translated into 18 European languages and published up to March 1972. Entries are by author and title in Japanese and in language of translation. Indexed by translators and translated titles, but not by original titles. This was updated as follows: E18a International House Library. Modern Japanese Literature in Translation: a Bibliography. Kodansha International, 1978. 311p. Japanese title: Kindai Nihon bungaku hon'yaku shomoku. Translations into Chinese and Korean are added in this edition. E19 AV,^ V l ANA ~A1ffiJ S I ^ [ Tokyo Toritsu Chuo Toshokan zo gasshT shusai hon'yaku bungaku sakuin 1945 -1975 (Index of translated literature included in collected works in the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library, 1945 -1975). 1977. 436p. Z/3308/T7/T62 Lists about 10,000 titles of Japanese translations of Western literature by 2400 authors in 230 collected works. Collections and Indexes Only the more recent publications are listed. See also CRITICISM AND REVIEWS, E201 -E205. E20 E ~i~^ T Nihon koten bungaku zenshu (Collection of Japanese classics). Shogakkan, 1970 -1976. 51v. PL/753/N65 Similar to Nihon koten bungaku taikei. Covers fewer classical works than E21, but includes the most up-to-date scholarship in introductory commentaries and marginal annotations, with the added feature of modern Japanese renditions of the works. E21 H1-5Yf+ Nihon koten bungaku taikei (Japanese classics series). Iwanami Shoten, 1957 -1967. 100v. PL/753/N64 A most reputable series covering representative literature from the Kojiki to studies of linked-verses of the Edo period. Detailed introductory commentaries were based on the latest studies available at time of publication; extensive marginal notes. Indexed in the following entry. E22 [] tI, Nihon koten bungaku taikei sosakuin (Index to the Japanese classics series). Iwanami Shoten, 1964, 1969. 2v. PL/753/N64/suppl. 1,2 V. 1, Index to vols. 1-66. V. 2, Index to vols. 67-100. Useful as a dictionary of meanings and usage of words. First line index of waka, haiku, and songs, and detailed table of contents of all volumes in the series. E23 H *{df Nihon kindai bungaku taikei (Modern Japanese literature series). Kadokawa Shoten, 1969-1975. 61v. PL/755.6/N65 A collection of writings by novelists, poets, critics, playwrights, etc., of the Meiji-Taisho periods; the only collection of this period with marginal annotations. Gives introduction for each writer, and bibliographical list for each volume. E24 M iC eMeiji bungaku zenshu (Collection of Meiji literature). Chikuma Shobo, 1965-. 97v. PL/755.6/M52 The most extensive collection of Meiji literature currently available. Each volume contains commentary, chronology and bibliography for authors, works or topical reviews. Indexed in Kindai Nihon bungaku gasshu sakuin, E26; also in Meiji Taisho Shewa bungaku sakuhin soran, E27. E25 )Jt(-_5,ti Taishu bungaku taikei (Popular literature series). Kodansha, 1971-1973. 31v. PL/777.6/T15 Covers modern Japanese popular fictions, historical novels, mysteries, etc., not

Page  71 71 E26-E29 E30-E34 represented in other collections. Indexed in E27. Indexes E26 Itk ' \L{ ~ 3H t A I Osaka Furitsu Toshokan. Kindai Nihon bungaku gasshu sakuin (Analytical index to collections of modern Japanese literature). 1973. 295p. Z/3308/L5/082 Analyzes contents of 112 collections: 1587 writers and works, listed in kana order with name of collection in which each appears; 18,000 titles indexed in kana order with the writers' names. E30 HeJ- *HXYA Yoshida, Seiichi. Nihon bungaku kansho jiten (Dictionary of Japanese literature appreciation). Tokyodo, 1960. 2v. PL/703/Y63 The first volume covers 300 pre-1868 classical works, and the second, 650 modern works from 1868 to 1960. Each work is described and evaluated, and information about the author is given. Author and title-subject indexes. E31 *tVfF HQZ^ PAw Fujimura, Tsukuru. Nihon bungaku daijiten (Encyclopedic dictionary of Japanese literature). Rev. and enl. ed. Shinchosha, 1949-1952. 8v. PL/703/F96/1936/1950 E27 ~f ~-Wi HW-t~EB~g~ffi fn? Hakoda Bungaku Kenkyukai. Meiji Taish5 Showa bungaku sakuhin soran (Survey of literary works of Meiji, Taisho, and Showa periods). Kyoiku Senta, 1977. 275p. Z/3308/L5/H32 Analytical index to 12 collections of modern literature, including some titles which were published after 1973. See E26. Author's names are given kana readings and listed in kana order with their works. Title index at the end. Dictionaries E28 tiM7 ^(Manabe, Motoyuki. Taishu bungaku jiten (Dictionary of popular literature). Seiabo, 1968. 715p. PL/707/M26 Gives a short history of popular literature from the 1880s to 1964, and detailed summaries of about 300 bestknown works. Brief biographies of authors; chronology, topic index, index of characters appearing in the works appended. E29 ~~,~ BP*f~ W Kondo, Tadayoshi and others. Nihon bungakushi jiten (Dictionary of the history of Japanese literature). Nihon Hyoron Shinsha, 1960. 980, 84p. PL/703/N72/1960 Covers literary periods from the classical to the present. Entries on comparative literature, folk literature, and language studies, authors, individual works, genres, schools of writing, etc. Entries give references. Index. Gives signed entries on literature, language, and such related subjects as art and foreign literature to 1925. The most detailed dictionary of Japanese literature available. The supplementary volume includes some contemporary writers, a chronological table to 1950 and an index. Bibliographies. Illustrations. An abridged 1,500-page edition was published in 1955. E32 Bg~k X2r - H *PB Nishio, Minoru and Hisamatsu, Sen'ichi. Nihon bungaku jiten (Dictionary of Japanese literature). Gakuseisha, 1954. 584p. PL/703/N67 Covers ancient times to 1953. Entries on authors, works, literary schools, genres, periods, language, etc. Chronology, genealogical tables appended. Index. E33 'jX_ aJ-W4f 4 Washimi, Toshihisa. Kokubungaku kenkyu jiten (Dictionary for the study of Japanese literature). Meiji Shoin, 1961. 335p. PL/703/W31 Works published before the 1920s listed, with annotations, under headings for poetry, prose, drama, language, and history. Lists contents of major sets. List of references. Index. The entries include titles of books, authors, and other literary matters. Comparatively few of the items are concerned with the modern period. The items are arranged chronologically under each section. E34 17tMfo _-CTdSAF4 Takeshita, Kazuma. Bungaku iseki jiten (Dictionary of historic sites in

Page  72 72 E35-E3 7 R 4d 71 - __ __~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Ljvu -j= literature). Tokyodo, 1971. 2v. PL/724/T14 V. 1 treats poetry, v. 2 prose. Historic sites in literature are arranged in kana order, with location of sites and literary references. List of poetic monuments. Maps. Indexes of personal names and sites by work. Pre-Meiji Period E35 Aft<~ M;SrS Shiraishi, Daiji. Koten dokkai jiten (Dictionary for reading the classics). Tokyod5, 1955. 850p. PL/707/S565 Written for Japanese college and highschool students, tells "what and how to read." Genji section lists representative works on author, setting, structure, editions, literary techniques, vocabulary and style, and mono no aware. Maps, illustrations, chronological table, index of subjects and quotations, dictionary of common classical words. E36 [ — f!Oka, Kazuo, ed. Heiancho bungaku jiten (Dictionary of Heian literature). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1972. 15, 558p. PL/707/038 One of the most up-to-date and comprehensive of dictionaries on the Heian period. An introduction to the various genres and fields of research, though not a lexicon. Sections on waka, kayD, setsuwa, monogatari, nikki, etc., as well as religious thought. Extensive essays on historical background, and the language. A chronology, topical and personal name indexes, and maps appended. References for further study follow each entry. Closing essay places early Heian literature in context of world literature. Concise, easy to use, and useful. E37 17gt^ tIt+fofws$Araki, Yoshio. Chusei Kamakura Muromachi bungaku jiten (Dictionary of the literature of the medieval period). Shunjusha, 1961. 62, 376p. PL/726.3/A66 Deals with six types of literature in the medieval period: waka, renga, essays and diaries, oral narratives, medieval drama, and gozan bungaku (literature of the priests). The works, authors and important terminology are included in each section. In addition to a general introduction, there are pithy introductory essays characterizing different periods. Bibliographical references are given with each entry. In the appendix are a chronological table, indexes to literary works, people, and subjects. E38 {f Ai," tS Sato, Tsurukichi. Genroku bungaku jiten (Dictionary of Genroku-era literature). Shinchosha, 1928. (17), 704p. PL/675/A3/S25 Entries are drawn from the chief works, both prose and poetry, of Saikaku and the plays of Chikamatsu. They include words characteristic of the Genroku era as well as historical allusions, dialects, etc. Examples with all entries. Some etymologies. This is essentially a dictionary and not a subject encyclopedia. E39 Me~ JIP A Teruoka, Yasutaka. Edo bungaku jiten (Dictionary for Edo literature). Fuzanbo, 1940. 551, 26p. PL/747.35/T33 A guide to prose fiction, especially gesaku literature. Approximately 900 novels are annotated, classified, and arranged according to genres — Ukiyozoshi, sharebon, ninjobon, kanaz5shi, etc. Includes a concise introduction to major genres, works, and authors as well as commentaries on 87 authors. E40 UJfWfl i - kiAiti4 Maeda, Isamu. Edogo daijiten (Dictionary of Edo vocabulary). Kodansha, 1974. 7, 1078p. PL/685/M25 This is the most up-to-date and inclusive general dictionary for Edo literature. It covers all phases of the Edo period as well as all the different genres. Entries: words, phrases, incl. idioms, example usages; some etymologies. Includes bibliography, pp. 1068-78. Post-Meiji E41 l;t f~ At B;Hfci0n Kindai Bungakusha. Gendai Nihon bungaku jiten (Dictionary of presentday Japanese literature). Rev. and enl. ed. Kawade Shobo, 1956. 597p. PL/707/K52/1956

Page  73 73 E42-E45 E46-E49 Authors, major works, movements, schools, and journals from 1868 to 1955 in about 500 entries, each with references. General index in front. Stated object of the work is to indicate the historical position of the major works, with emphasis on criticism and appreciation. Tends to emphasize left-of-center authors, organizations, and journals. Includes 1868-1950 chronology, indexes for personal names and subjects. E42 f tF - H Qm'2T Yoshida, Seiichi. Nihon bungaku kansho jiten (Dictionary of Japanese literature appreciation). Tokyodo, 1960. 2v. PL/703/Y63 V. 1, Kotenhen, consists of 300 works from ancient times to the end of the Tokugawa period. V. 2, Kindaihen, consists of 650 modern works from 1868. In both volumes, works are described and evaluated, with information about the author. Author index at front; personal name and title-subject indexes at the end. E43 i ~ -- f ltfi - AitHf* f T Hisamatsu, Sen'ichi and Yoshida, Seiichi. Kindai Nihon bungaku jiten (Dictionary of modern Japanese literature). Rev. and end. ed. Tokyodo, 1965. 928p. PL/707/H67 About 1,800 entries cover writers, with comments on their works, literary currents, events, and magazines from 1868 to 1965. Classified bibliography and chronological table to 1963 appended. Author, title, and subject indexes. Asia Library has the 1957 edition. Classified index in front. E44 f2H- ftHZ: -kTAW Hisamatsu, Sen'ichi and others. Gendai Nihon bungaku daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of modern Japanese literature). Meiji Shoin, 1968. 28, 1400p. PL/707/G32/1968 Perhaps the best concise dictionary of modern Japanese literature. About 3,000 entries cover thought, movements, writers, works, magazines, newspapers, and literary terms, each with references. Index of works and magazine titles, subjects, authors' names/pen names. E45 -ffi -.iS~fW -- fT — Yoshida, Seiichi. Kindai meisaku moderu jiten (Dictionary of models for characters in famous modern literary works). Shibundo, 1960. 348p. PL/738/Y48 Outlines well-known modern works of fiction and identifies the persons on whom their characters were based, with references. Each entry gives a synopsis of plot and characters. This is a revision of material in the Oct. 1959 issue of Kokubungaku kaishaku to Kansho. Table of contents serves as a kana order index of works. Index of authors at the end. E46 aiij) ii i t Hasegawa, Izumi. Kindai bungaku zasshi jiten (Dictionary of modern literary magazines). 1966. 270p. Z/3308/L5/K74 Lists about 400 magazines, giving contents and place in literary history. Divided into three sections —Meiji, Taisho, and Showa —with magazines listed in kana order. References to relevant literature cited in each entry. Entries include many obscure magazines of groups and associations (dojin zasshi). Classified index in front. Photos of magazine covers. Appendix: roundtable discussion on collector's market, with price lists for rare magazines. E47 Hai*Zt^i HCi kti Nihon Kindai Bungakkan. Nihon kindai bungaku daijiten (Encyclopedic dictionary of modern Japanese literature). Kodansha, 1977-1978. 6v. illus., maps in pocket. PL/707/N73 The most extensive dictionary of modern Japanese literature to date. Vols. 1 -3, author entires; v. 4, subject entries (literary issues, events, schools, associations, etc.); v. 5, newspapers and periodicals; v. 6, index and appendixes. E48 QFWi: j~-$tf~ Tsuchida, Mitsufumi. Tokyo bungaku chimei jiten (Tokyo literary place name dictionary). Tokyodo, 1978. 405p. PL/721/T6/T85 Explains place names found in contemporary literature. E49 4ii mAt f Asakura, Haruhiko and Imon, Hiroshi. Bungaku hi jiten (Dictionary of literary monuments). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1977. 8, 244p. PL/724/A75 Lists monuments erected to immortalize famous poems or quotations about scenic or historic sites, arranged by names of authors in kana order. Index by prefectures.

Page  74 74 E50-E54 E55-E56f Handbooks, Manuals 28p. PL/708/N6 E50 J ~q4A HJ7AffiAEMt Saito, Kiyoe. Nihon bungaku kenkyuho (Japanese literary research methods). Kawade Shobo, 1956. Z/3308/L5/S15 Introductory chapters outline different topical and historical approaches to studying Japanese literature giving extensive references in many cases. These are followed by bibliographies of collected works (including titles of individual volumes), literary journals, koza series, dictionaries and indexes, and of the various genres of Japanese literature. Very convenient. Covers reference materials published 1868-1955. No index. E51 * H StfKJPq Kondo, Tadayoshi. Nihon bungaku nyumon (Introduction to Japanese literature). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1940. PL/707/K823 Discussion of research methods and reference material divided by periods and literary forms. Overall bibliography appended. No index. E52 * A X M & H B 9^`M JAP9 Aso, Isoji and Shuzui, Kenji. Nihon bungaku kenkyu nyumon (Introduction to the study of Japanese literature). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1956. 5, 348p. PL/709/A83 Divided into five periods, each with an introduction. Surveys contemporary studies and points out research problems, with many bibliographical references. Appended is a directory of libraries and collections containing important materials. No index. E53 WIZEAS HB* FW7JAP Naruse, Masakatsu. Nihon bungaku kenkyu nyumon (Introduction to the study of Japanese literature). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1965. 7, 487p. PL/709/A83/1965 Revised version of the above. Explains the most recent research findings and the present state of affairs in research. Also touches on future research areas. E54 H 5tWtt HB* 3,t Nihon Bungaku Kyokai. Nihon bungaku kenkyu hikkei (Handbook for the study of Japanese literature). Koten-hen (Classics). Iwanami Shoten, 1959. 387, Handy bibliographic introduction. Entries variously cover authors, works, genres, periods, schools of thought, etc. Each is discussed in the context of historical trends in interpretation and criticism, and numerous reference sources are cited. Signed articles. Name, title, and subject indexes of limited value. E55 fflW z1{ Shida, Engi. Kokubungaku benran (Manual of Japanese literature). Shibundo, 1960. 550p. PL/703/S555 Pt. 1 gives basic bibliographies on language, literature, and history, and lists of the contents of series and collected works, magazines, editions of major works, etc. Pt. 2 consists mainly of tables and charts on such matters as grammar, calligraphy styles, official ranks and titles and genealogies of poets and classical scholars, etc. Though somewhat elementary and without an index, it brings together much useful information. E56 HT* A ' -X' Nihon bungaku hikkei shirisu (Handbook series for Japanese literature). Gakutosha, 1967 - E56a K["tV i- /A Gomi, Tomohide. Man'yoshu hikkei. 370p. Bibliography, pp. 302-14. PL/758.15/G64 1968. E56b trlft N4S, ie2A4 Akiyama, Ken. Genji monogatari hikkei. 1967. 362p. Bibliography, pp. 219-41. PL/788.4/G3/A33 E56c LJ/itx ttoD]Uf4^ Kishigami, Shinji. Makura no soshi hikkei. 1967. 356p. Bibliography, pp. 223-40. PL/788.6/M3/K62 E56d r6t — =I ~T Ichiko, Teiji. Heike monogatari hikkei. 1967. 366p. Bibliography, pp. 198-207. PL/790/H46/I15 E56e a- XB^5^~ Yoshida, Seiichi. Natsume Soseki hikkei. 1967. 312p. Bibliography, pp. 236-48. PL/812/A8/Z5/Y67 E56f '&: Ja~f Inagaki, Tatsuro. Mori Ogai hikkei. 1968. 367p. Bibliography, pp. 340-51. PL/811/07/Z5/I35

Page  75 75 E56a-E60 E61-E63 E56g -f4t am ti -I' Miyoshi, Yukio. Shimazaki Toson hikkei. 1967. 339p. Bibliography, pp. 245-56. PL/816/H55/Z5/M66 E56h /*, L[JI|7k Iwaki, Yukinori. Ishikawa Takuboku hikkei. 1967. 359p. Bibliography, pp. 265-69. PL/809/S5/Z5/I93 E57 if " XAi i{~-i ~~ Kindai Bungaku Kondankai. Kindai bungaku kenkyu hikkei (Manual for the study of modern literature) enl. ed. Gakutosha, 1963. 424p. PL/723/K52 Nihon bungaku nenpyo (Chronological tables of Japanese literature). Tokyodo, 1953. 337p. (Nihon bungaku zenshi, v. 15). PL/704/N73/1948/v.15 Covers 645 to 1912. Four parallel columns show: 1) social and political developments, 2) writers, 3) works, and 4) miscellaneous developments relating to the fine arts. E61 W~R E XT Numazawa, Tatsuo. Nihon bungakushi hyoran (Tables for the history of Japanese literature). Meiji Shoin, 1934. 2v. PL/707/N97 Guide to Japanese literature since 1868 in about 150 topics dealing with trends, literary schools, principal writers, controversies, etc. Each entry has bibliographical references published up to 1960. Indexes of subjects, titles, and personal names. A handy guide for general information and reference sources. E58 I ftfJ5# ro Iwaki, Yukinori, ed. Kindai bungaku ronbun hikkei (Manual for writing theses on modern literature). Gakut5sha, 1963. 311p. PL/723/K53 Sections on the state of criticsm today (1963), how different scholars approach questions such as the literary coterie, analyzing a work, biographical research, etc. Also a guide to using the library, and an introduction to books and magazines covering the literary scene. Includes bibliography. Yearbook E59 ~ Bungei nenkan (Literary yearbook). Nihon Bungeika Kyokai. Latest edition 1976. Annual. PL/701/B94/1976 Indispensable as a record of major literary and related events, publications, performances, etc., and as a directory of authors and cultural organizations. It has been compiled by the Association of Japanese Writers and issued since 1949 by Shinchosha. An excellent and thorough literary chronology organized into 5 periods up to 1932. 18 main categories ranging from the various genres of literature to religion, history, architecture, and countless subcategories, are arranged in an elaborate parallel scheme which provides a quick understanding of interrelationships. Appendixes: bibliography of literary histories; contents of lecture (k5za) series; bibliography of works on language; chronology of Japanese literature in western translations; contents of major collected sets; guide to difficult-to-read kanji terms; general index. Supp. volume contains 5 folded charts of Japanese literary history, schools, writers, etc. E62 -Y f_ P tE — t1H G-t fH Sait5, Shozo. Gendai Nihon bungaku dainenpyo (Chronological table of modern Japanese literature). Kaizosha, 1931. 562p. (Gendai Nihon bungaku zenshu, suppl.) PL/723/G32 About 33,000 plays and novels, including translations, listed in order of publication from 1868 to 1926, with names of authors, translators, publishers, and magazines and newspapers in which the works appeared. Year-by-Year index at front. Also photos of 140 different magazine covers. E63 5Ji t Fit Ishigami, Katashi. Sogo hennen kindai bungaku jiten (Comprehensive chronological dictionary of modern literature). Ipposha, 1957. 405p. PL/726.6/I78 Chronologies E60 Fkaio ts u HoZa His Takano, Tatsuyuki and Honma, Hisao. Entries cover authors, waka, haiku, poems, fiction, essays, drama, literary criticism, theories, movements, schools, associations, literary forms, literary prizes, series, and journals. Each

Page  76 76 E64-E67 E68-E72 entry contains an evaluation or commentary on the subject. Indexed. Some photos of book/magazine covers. E64 'J\Wtlh IJ H if C f4Y Otagiri, Susumu and others. Nihon kindai bungaku nenpyo (Chronology of modern Japanese literature). Kadokawa Shoten, 1965. 117p. PL/726.6/N69 Covers 1868-1964. Short but convenient. Includes an introduction detailing the development of modern Japanese literature. One nice feature is a detailed commentary column on the major events on the left-hand page. Personal name, subject, and hard-to-read title indexes. Useful. E65 r Wrt - %JHi Yoshida, Seiichi. Gendai Nihon bungaku nenpyo (Chronological table of modern Japanese literature). Chikuma Shobo, 1965. (Gendai Nihon bungaku zenshu, suppl. 2) 422p. PL/726.6/Y65 Monthly entries from 1868 to 1963. Authors and names of newspapers and magazines in which works appeared are given. Appended are an annotated list of major anthologies, genealogical charts of poets and a list of important writers and birth and death dates. No author or title index. E66 X~- ftH *ZkqA Hisamatsu Sen'ichi and others. Gendai Nihon bungaku dainenpyo (Comprehensive chronology of modern Japanese literature). Meiji Shoin, 1968-1971. 3v. PL/726.6/G32 V. 1, Meiji; v. 2, Taisho; v. 3, Showa. Monthly entries for events of literary importance, with most attention given to poetry. Numerous photographs of covers. This is an in-progress series, and presumably an index will follow. E67 It{f K Hh % W Ichiko, Teiji. Nihon bungaku nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese literature). Ofu-sha, 1976. 549p. Z/3308/L5/N64 Covers ancient times through 1975; parallel horizontal columns for poetry, novels and songs, criticism, people and events, foreign literature, general. Author and title indexes. Biographies E68 ^ Hisamatsu, Sen'ichi. Biographical Dictionary of Japanese Literature. New York, Kodansha International, Ltd. and International Society for Educational Information, 1976. 437p. PL/723/N667 Covers major literary figures and schools, arranged by period from ancient to modern times. Weak on post-war period. Includes a chart of major schools of poetry and thought, short glossary, bibliography, and index (with kanji). E69 rt -TTFraI Yoshida, Seiichi, and others. Nihon bungaku sakuhin jinmei jiten (Dictionary of characters appearing in Japanese literary works). Kawade Shobo, 1956. 3, 665, 34p. PL/703/Y64 Lists names (with kana readings) of about 2,000 literary characters and the works in which they appear, with summaries of the circumstances of their appearance. Covers ancient to modern period. Name and title indexes. E70 AUtM4 HX ^ t Akabori, Matajiro. Nihon bungakusha nenpyo (Bibliographical chronology of Japanese writers). Revised and enlarged ed. Musashino Shoin, 1926. 242, 30, 42p. Z/3308/L5/A52/1926 Lists in order of death dates over 1,000 writers active between 1185 and 1912. Each entry includes basic biographical data and a bibliography of works about the writer as well as the writer's own works. Name and title indexes. E71 HB -'Z 7] L[,". Nihon bungaku arubamu (Album of Japanese literature). Chikuma Shobo, 1954-1961. 25v. PL/723/N67 Pictorial biographies of 25 modern writers. Each volume includes a short literary biography and chronology. E72 '~ *?.- t Shashin sakkaden s5sho (Illustrated series of modern Japanese writers). Meiji Shoin, 1965-1966. lOv. PL/723/S53 Pictorial biographies. Appended to each volume: chronology, bibliography.

Page  77 77 E72a-E76 E77-E80 E72a W -t lTt' Kokubun gakusha meibo soran (Directory 1973. 200p. Z/3308/L5/K54 of scholars in 1977 edition. Henshubu, 1977. Japanese literature) Kyoiku Shuppan Senta 503p. PL/713/A2/K75 Includes 26 societies of Japanese literary scholars. Gives for each society its address, the name of the president, number of members, etc., followed by a list of members and their addresses. Kana order general index of names with society affiliation. Contemporary Writers E73 1 &\ Showa Joshi Daigaku Kindai Bungaku Kenkyushitsu. Kindai bungaku sosho (Studies of modern Japanese literature series). Showa Joshi Daigaku Kindai Bungaku Kenkyushitsu, 1956-. 42v. In progress. PL/726.6/S56 Eventually to cover 477 writers and literary scholars since 1868 in 54 volumes. Gives brief biographies with evaluation of achievements, chronological lists of works and reference bibliographies. Most comprehensive. E74 42Uik? w ~tiE; -itAf Matsumoto, Ryunosuke. Meiji Taisho bungaku bijutsu jinmei jisho (Who's who of Japanese writers and artists of the Meiji and Taisho periods). Osaka, Tategawa Bunmeido, 1941. 30, 917, 36p. PL/723/M45 About 1,600 writers and artists listed with very brief biographies and major titles. Index with name/page nos. in front. Pen names indexed. Each entry headed with name and major genre. Some entries too brief to be very useful. E75 J1SS1 _P A/Wgk! Kawashima, Gosaburo and Yagi, Fukujiro. Choshabetsu shomoku shuran (Authors and their works at a glance). Yagi Shoten, 1959. 537p. Z/3308/L5/K218 A brief biography and a list of works arranged by publication dates to 1857, with notes for different editions, are given for each of 80 important modern writers. No index. E76 AA:_- z -- Mori, Senzo and others. Kinsei bungeika shiryo soran (Survey of materials for the study of modern writers). Tokyodo, Over 700 entries. Includes writer's name, biographical facts, titles of collections, scholarly books and articles on the writer, plus publishing information. No indexes. Appendixes on: kokugakusha, haijin, kangaku collections, general research on Edo writers, and charts of the different Edo "schools." E77 Japanese National Commission for UNESCO. Who's Who Among Japanese Writers. Japan P.E.N. Club, 1957. 140p. PL/723/A2 A list of major contemporary writers, giving a brief summary of their backgrounds, discussion of chief works, and current addresses. Included is an introductory survey of modern literature. Appended are a list of literary organizations and a list of literary prize winners. In English. E78 {^ 4k Wtf Okubo, Tsuneo and others. Gendai sakka jiten (Dictionary of contemporary writers). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1973. 424p. PL/723/087 A dictionary of post-war writers, listed by name. Entries include birth dates, birth places, personal history, fairly detailed description of major works, etc. Some references given. E79 M' 0V J1m e Sengo sakka no rireki (Postwar writers). Shibundo, 1973. 346p. PL/723/S44 List of major authors giving brief, but detailed life histories vis-a-vis events of literary significance, representative works, and evaluations. Index in front by author's name and page no. of entry. Listed in kana order. Introduction by Hasegawa Izumi. Photo of each author. Interesting, useful information. Illustrations E80:i0t H*-V [M Hase, Akihisa. Nihon bungakushi zukan (Illustrated history of Japanese literature). Kawade Shobo, 1955. 156, 41, 6p. PL/707/H32 Contains over 820 photographs of manuscripts and other illustrations helpful in appreciation of literature, arranged

Page  78 78 E87-E85 E86-E90 by literary forms. Selective bibliography, chronology and tables of kana forms with original Chinese characters appended. No index. [G77] E81 H {Af- tN H * I^^t Nihon Kindai Bungakkan. Nihon kindai bungaku zuroku (Illustrated handbook of modern Japanese literature). Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1964. 369, 21p. PL/726.6/N68 Illustrations and notes related to authors and works from the 1860s to 1945, arranged chronologically. Includes theaters, juvenile and popular literature. Author and subject indexes. [G79] E82K.K. ft Zenkoku Kyoiku Tosho K. K. Shiryo kokubun zuroku (Illustrated materials on Japanese literature). 1964. 403p. PL/719.5/Z54 Encyclopedic in arrangement, contains photographs, drawings, diagrams, many in color, covering such categories as intellectual life, clothing, armor, food, work, leisure, the fine arts, etc. POETRY Waka Bib iographies E84 Rimer, J. Thomas and Morrell, Robert E. Guide to Japanese Poetry. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1975. 151p. Z/3308/L5/R57 Summaries and evaluations of 139 English language works dealing with Japanese poetry. Divided into 3 parts: introduction; historical sketch and bibliographic outline; bibliography by period. Index. E85 Wtf ~a Fukui, Kyuzo. Dai Nihon kasho soran (General survey of books on Japanese poetry). Fuji Shobo, 1926-1928. 3v. Z/3308/L5/F96 anthologies, and v. 2, collections of individual poets, records of poetry contests, songs, miscellaneous poems, etc. V. 3 has a supplement, indexes titles and names, and clarifies difficult readings. There is a 5v. reprint, published in 1928. [G87] E86 JJ7 _ HA i I Koizumi, Tozo. Meiji Taisho kasho soran (General survey of the books on poetry of Meiji and Taisho periods, 1868 -1926). Kyoto, Ritsumeikan Shuppanbu, 1975. 475, 65p. (Meiji Taisho tanka shiry5 taisei, v. 2) PL/728/K74/1975/v.2 About 2,200 books of poetry and related critical works, listed chronologically by publication dates and annotated. Appended are tables of contents of nine poetry series, with some notes, and a list of magazines referred to in E102, annotated on the basis of their first numbers. Indexes. [G88] E87 fJ Ft~ gLfH Wakashi Kenkyukai. Shikashu denpon shomoku (Catalog of private anthologies). Meiji Shoin, 1965. 14, 408p. Z/3308/L5/W16 Covers 499 waka poets, arranged chronologically through Hosokawa Fujitaka (Yusai) d. 1610. Each entry lists titles, locations, type of book, dates of extant poetry anthologies. Index. E88 tt I Kyusojin, Hitaku and others. Monogatari waka soran (Anthology of poems in monogatari —tales). Kazama Shobo, 1974 -1976. 2v. PL/763.2/K97 Arranged by broad period: Heian, Muromachi, Kamakura, Edo. V. 2 contains an index of the first lines of the poems. E89 A,-kT tiJ l1fHiroshima Daigaku. Hiroshima Chusei Bungei KenkyUkai. Monogatari waka sakuin ko (Index to poems in monogataritales). 1964. 166p. PL/728/H66 Dictionaries Covers about 6,000 books and manuscripts to 1912, classified and arranged chronologically by dates of completion or publication, with brief explanations. V. 1 gives studies of poetry and general E90 f ktn5Cl ~A0 Waka bungaku daijiten (Dictionary of waka poetry), ed. by Ito Yoshio and others. Meiji Shoin, 1962. 2038p. PL/733/W3/W14

Page  79 79 E91-E94 E95-E98 Contains about 4,500 entries, explaining in detail the subject matter, expressions, personal names, and reference sources from ancient times to the present. Appendix lists poetical monuments and includes an extensive bibliography; libraries and collections (with descriptive notes); keys to the Chokusen sakusha burui and the Man'yo sakusha burui; chronological table, 660 B.C.1959 A.D. Index. [G89] E91 ERI - _.t A$ Kubota, Shoichiro. Waka kansho jiten (Dictionary for the appreciation of waka). Tokyodb, 1970. 20, 498p. PL/757/K92 Divided into four periods: Yamato, Heian, Kamakura-Muromachi, and Edo. Entries for each poet include a brief biography and representative poems with modern translations and commentaries. Appended are: glossary of terms, bibliography, chronology, Hyakunin isshu, and index of first lines of poems. E92 ffJ ~, ~ Takeda, Yukichi. Tsukai meika jiten (Dictionary of famous poems, with commentaries). Moritaka Shuppan, 1955. 3, 745p. PL/728/T14 Authors, sources and transliterations into spoken Japanese, given for some 3,000 pre-1868 poems, with notes on difficult words. There is a separate listing of selected post-1868 poems under names of authors. Indexing of the first lines of the second part. Appended are a list of annotated books of poetry, brief biographies, an outline history of waka, a chronological table, and a genealogy of schools of poets. [G91] E93 {ftt,5A Kindai tanka jiten (Modern tanka dictionary), compiled by Kimata Osamu and others. Shinko Shuppansha, 1956. 521, 64, 46p. PL/728/K52 Covers technical terms, important poets, anthologies, books on tanka, groups and their journals, from about 1890 to about 1955 in 650 signed entries, most of them with references. Chronology from 1868 to 1955. Names, subjects indexed. [G92] E94 r)-3i_Gendai sakka yogo jiten (Dictionary of modern poetic vocabulary), compiled by Kimata Osamu and Watanabe Junzo. Hokushindo, 1956. 337, 17p. PL/659/K52 Defines 2,300 terms selected from poems in books and magazines published from 1868 to 1951, with usage examDles from identified sources. Poems, authors indexed. [G94] E95 f.S iWAt Gendai tanka bunrui jiten (Classified dictionary of modern tanka), compiled by Tsubata Osamu. Privately published. 1968-. (48 v. as of 1978) PL/728/T85 330,000 tanka from Meiji, Taisho, and Showa periods are arranged by words in kana order. Helpful for comparing various uses of a given word in different poetic contexts. Biographies E96.ISkJKochu Kokka taikei (Collated and annotated collection of Japanese poetry), v. 23. Kokumin Tosho, 1930. 792p. PL/758/K75 The last part of the volume has reference value because it indexes the names and/ or pen names of all poets represented in the collection and gives biographical data, official positions, genealogies, titles of books in which poems are found, and their numbers. Listing is by radicals and stroke numbers. Chronological table of history of waka to 1889. [G95] E97 /J~']? OEM -, tCt Ono, Masashige. Keifubetsu gendai kadan s5ran (Dictionary of modern poets classified by schools). Tanka Kenkyukai, 1966. 560, 16p. PL/728/058 2,350 modern waka poets listed according to the school of poetry. Entries give brief biography, publications, and a few representative waka. Appended are discussions of the poetic characteristics of some schools and biographies of 1,306 prominent poets. Index by names. E98 A ItffiF #J fl1L 7 i-tBi AkL Aida, Hanji and Harada, Haruo. Kinsei joryu bunjinden (Biographies of modern women of letters) rev. and enl. ed. Meiji Shoin, 1961. 306, 90p. PL/720/A28

Page  80 80 E99-E100 E101-E104 Contains biographies of about 80 noted women poets from the Edo period to 1957, classified under Chinese poetry, waka, and haiku. Chronology, 1596-1957, appended. Collections and Indexes E99 [A t Jk Kokka taikan (Comprehensive survey of waka poetry). Compiled by Matsushita Daizaburo and Watanabe Fumio. Kadokawa Shoten, 1942. 4v. PL/757/K78/1942 Standard collection of classical Japanese poetry. No notes or commentary. Indispensable for identifying poems, determining authors and tracing references to places and subjects. Given in one volume are the complete texts of the Man 'yoshu, the 21 anthologies compiled by Imperial command and the Shin'yoshu and the poems in 30 major pre-1400 histories, diaries, and narratives, such as the Kojiki and Genji monogatari. Each poem is numbered, and this numbering has been found so convenient that it has been adopted widely. The companion volume is a concordance of the words and phrases in the poems, arranged in kana order. The Zoku kokka taikan (second series of Kokka taikan) continues the survey, listing some 41,000 poems in 112 anthologies, indidual collections, and other sources, also numbered consecutively. The indexing is by the first and fourth phrases of waka, more selective in coverage and therefore less helpful than the concordance in the Kokka taikan. [G96] E100 H^S AkJ{ Kochu kokka taikei (Collated and annotated collection of Japanese poetry). Kokumin Tosho, 1930-1931. 28v. PL/758/K75 Contains some 200,000 waka, ch5ka, sedoka, etc., from approximately 200 poetic anthologies from ancient times to mid-Meiji period. Each anthology is provided with an introductory commentary and limited marginal notes. V. 23 indexes the names and/or pen names of all poets in the collection with biographical data, official positions, genealogies, titles of books in which poems are found, and their numbers. Contains chronology of waka history. V. 24-28 indexes the waka by the first and the third phrases, sedoka by the first and the fourth, choka by the first. E101 E I It y,* Nihon kagaku taikei (Collection of Japanese poetics). Compiled by Sasaki Nobutsuna. Kazama Shobo, 1956-1963. 13v. PL/728/S23 Unannotated collection of poetic treatises from ancient times to the Edo period. V. 10 contains indexes by titles, personal names, waka, and kanshi (Chinese style poems). E102 H1tJ i tlE& W.A t Meiji Taisho tanka shiryo taisei (General collection of works on waka of Meiji Taisho periods). Kyoto, Otori Shuppan, 1975. 3v. PL/728/K74 V. 1, Meiji karon shiry5 shusei (Collection of studies on poetry in the Meiji period). Contains 52 articles selected from those published in periodicals in 1883-1902. V. 2, Meiji Taisho kasho soran (General survey of the books on poetry of Meiji Taisho periods). See E86. V. 3, Meiji Taisho tanka dainenpyo (Comprehensive chronology of tanka literature in Meiji Taish5 periods). Contains anthologies, individual collections, books on poetry, and newspaper and magazine articles and commentaries from 1868 to 1926. E103 Y *)t #U)\Jkl $A fi Nagasawa, Mitsu. Nyonin waka taikei (Collection of poems by women). Kazama Shobo, 1962-1972. 4v. PL/758/N14 Extensive compilation, first three volumes are by periods, with entries arranged by authors. Brief biographies, characteristics of poetic schools, author and first line index in each volume. V. 4 is devoted to the study of women waka poets. E104 fLW )A Shikashu taisei (General collection of shikashu —private collections of poems), ed. by Wakashi Kenkyukai. Meiji Shoin, 1973-1976. 7v. PL/758/S55 Covers the middle ages and some modern collections of poems. Each volume contains the texts of the best editions, arranged by the death dates of the poets, with signed introductions to the poets and a first-line index at the end.

Page  81 81 E105-E109 E110-E113 Renga (Linked Verses) E105 ~T htKfFitt t Fukui, Kyuzo. Renga no shiteki kenkyu (A historical study of renga). Seibido, 1930-1931. 2v. PL/732/R4/F96 V. 1 gives a history of renga and a chronological table, with indexes of names, titles, and subjects. V. 2 is an annotated list of about 2,400 books classified into scholarly works, anthologies, and forms of renga, arranged chronologically, with indexes of titles and dates. [G102] E106 \H~ml:n- /-UNS~ Yamada, Yoshio and Hoshika, S5ichi. Renga hoshiki koyo (Principal rules for composing renga). Iwanami Shoten, 1936. 342p. PL/727/Y17 Gives rules for linked poems with glossary of terms. A compilation for use by specialists. [G103] E107 |bifflW- IX Yamada, Yoshio. Renga gaisetsu (General outline of renga). Iwanami Shoten, 1937. 295p. PL/732/R4/Y18 An introductory guide, explains the composition and appreciation of renga, technical terms, etc. General index. [G104] Ky5ka (Satirical Poems) E108 WMAi ^ Kan, Chikuho. Kyoka shomoku shusei (Collection of books of Kyoka poetry). Kyoto, Hoshino Shoten, 1936. 231p. Z/3308/L5/S95 Lists chronologically 1,181 kyoka anthologies from 1630 to 1867 and gives for each the size, author, illustrations, illustrator, publication date, and publisher. Titles which are not selfexplanatory are explained. Titles and names with pronunciations indexed. [G105] E109 'ft'S k ESbkSW Kano, Kaian. Kyoka jinmei jisho (A biographical dictionary of kyoka poets). Bunkodo, 1928. 273p. PL/727/K17 About 3,000 comic poets, novelists, and illustrators from the 18th century to the early 1920s, listed by their pseudonyms, with reference sources. Indexes by regions and periods. [G106] Haiku, Senryu Ell110 QJ~'M[ WJ LfAi Tenri Toshokan. Wataya Bunko renga haikaisho mokuroku (Wataya Library catalog of renga and haiku). 1954. 465, 75p. (Tenri Toshokan sosho, 17). Z/3308/L5 Renga books published before 1868 which the Library has acquired by 1953 listed under classifications, and haiku books listed chronologically. Title index. The Wataya Library, taken over from the family of Shinbashira Nakayama by Tenri University Library in 1937 and augmented by four other poetry collections, is without parallel for renga and haiku materials. A mimeographed index of its haiku books and the pen names, house names and full names of poets was privately circulated in 1955 by Katsutada Suzuki. [G110] Elil l 9V-q72< i 0f Tokyo Daigaku Sog5 Toshokan. Renga haikaisho mokuroku (Catalog of Renga and haiku books). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1972. 8, 447p. Z/3308/L5/T67 Covers some 5,000 volumes of renga and haiku in the collections of Tokyo University Library. Listed by title, arranged chronologically from 1345 -1927 with bibliographical data. E112 ~ffitlA — 0 ~t~f Ijichi, Tetsuo. Haikai daijiten (Comprehensive dictionary of haiku). Meiji Shoin, 1957. 1008p. PL/733/H15/H3 About 5,000 entries on renga, haiku, and senryu, including technical terms and seasonal words, poets and their works, with references. Chronological table of renga and indexes of titles, persons, and seasonal words. Location of books given. [Glll] E113 /*: JA Takagi, Sogo. Haikai jinmei jiten (Who's who of haiku poets). Meiji Shoin, 1960. 660p. PL/733/H15/T12 Brief biographies, descriptions of styles, comments on major works, and evaluations of poets from Sokan (d. 1553)

Page  82 82 E114-E118 E119-E123 to 1959, classified by periods and schools. Index of pen names and annotated bibliography appended. [G112] E1 14 4fi~ U Jj/ mm^-h Aso, Isoji and Kodaka, Toshiro. Hyokai meiku jiten (Dictionary of famous haiku with critical annotations). Someisha, 1962. 3, 450p. PL/729/A82 About 1,500 haiku briefly explained with notes on authors, sources and seasons. A brief history of haiku, biographies of poets, annotated list of major works, and an index of haiku second lines are included. [G113] E115 ijtj*R f^ftr/tP4~tA Yamamoto, Kenkichi and others. Gendai haiku jiten (Dictionary of modern haiku). Kawade Shobo, 1954. 377, 16p. PL/733/H15/G33 Concerned chiefly with twentieth-century poets, their schools and movements, major works, vocabulary, and literary magazines. Detailed table of contents, arranged in historical order, is useful in grouping poets by schools. List of haiku seasonal words and chronological table for 1887-1954 given. Index. [G114] E116 7Ktk+L RAg Mizuhara, Shuoshi. Haiku kansh5 jiten (Dictionary for the appreciation of haiku). Tokyodo, 1971. 391p. PL/729/M677 Covers well-known haiku poets through the modern day, giving short biographies, and several examples or poems, each with an explanation of the context and the significance of difficult words and phrases. Name and first line indexes. E117 7fMRiWt f Afftrt1i7jiZR;WMizuhara, Shuoshi. Gendai haiku kansho jiten (Dictionary for the appreciation of modern haiku). Tokyodo, 1974. 489p. PL/729/M676 Entries are in kana, giving kanji, meanings, dated source and usage examples. E119 )fJ. HA/~EP.t-. HMff Otsuka, Takeshi. Meiji Taisho haikushi nenpyo daijiten (Chronologically arranged handbook of Meiji-Taisho haiku history). Sekai Bunko, 1971. 2v. in 1. PL/729/087 Facsimile reproduction of handwritten mss. by the author. V. 1 deals with various schools, biographies of poets, anthologies and bibliographies. V. 2 covers genealogies of old and new schools, history, bibliography, and index. E120 42tEM5 Zusetsu haiku daisaijiki (Illustrated book of seasonal topics of haiku poetry). Kadokawa Shoten, 1965-1965. 5v. PL/733/H15/Z95 A voluminous work listing plants, animals, geographic settings, natural phenomena, human activities, etc., appearing in haiku, classified in 5 main divisions: spring, summer, autumn, winter, and the new year. Entries describe the item and give examples of their use in poems. Generously illustrated with photographs on every page. An excellent reference work for students and scholars of all genres of Japanese literature. Each volume indexed; v. 5 contains comprehensive index. E121 >)~ tt] J I Plf2P A Dmagari, Kuson. Senryu daijiten (Comprehensive senryu dictionary). Takahashi Shoten, 1962. 2v. PL/768/S4/054 Explains words, including slang peculiar to senryu poetry, each with unidentified pre-1868 examples of use. Identifies persons and places associated with senryu. Originally printed privately as Senryu jii (Senryu vocabulary) and reprinted by Hakuto Shobo in 1948 and Nichibunsha in 1955. [G122] E122 &tMllOi /)II\P\ Negishi, Senryu. Kosenryu jiten (Dictionary of old senryu). Nihon Shinbunsha, 1955-. PL/768/S4/N4 (A.L. holds 1-3v.) Gives meanings and examples of usages of difficult words in Edo period senryu. E123 M JlKlaiP eit ShIoIePXnm Karai, Senryu. Shodai Senryu senkushu Companion similarly active in volume to the above E116 and organized. Covers 505 poets post-war period. E118 ni*74&, *mVi~ Suzuki, Katsutada. Zappaigo jiten (Dictionary of words used in playful haiku). Tokyodo, 1968. 4, 1036p. PL/729/S96 Some 27,000 dialectical expressions developed in playful haiku of the Edo period are arranged in kana order.

Page  83 83 E124-E127 E128-E131 (Poems selected by Senryu, the First), rev. by Chiba Osamu. Iwanami Shoten, 1960. 2v. (Iwanami Bunko) PL/760/K18 Contains 6 books of senryu poems selected and commented upon by Senryu the First. Indexed in v. 2. Together with his Haifu yanagidaru (Senryu's collection), also published by Iwanami in Iwanami Bunko, 1950-1956 in 5v., all the better poems of his selection are found in these two works. E124 lI I4 4 I 0JW Tanabe, Teinosuke. Kosenryu fuzoku jiten (Dictionary of manners and customs illustrated by old senryu). Seiabo, 1962. 507p. PL/768/S4/T16 Divided into broad subjects with examples taken from senryu to illustrate Edo period manners and customs. E125 @SmE A-RP iL5 mLP)I 1PR Hamada, Giichiro. Edo senryu jiten (Dictionary of Edo senryu). Tokyodo, 1968. 635p. PL/730/H18 Covers education, arts, customs and manners with examples taken from Edo period senryu. Includes an outline history of senryu, research materials and bibliography. Indexes to the first lines, and expressions. briefly annotated, about 4,000 books and selected newspaper and magazine articles on new-style poetry and related subjects from 1868 through 1926, prefaced with a history of new-style poetry. List of magazines, list of collections, etc., appended. Title index. Companion volume has photographs of about 500 books. [G126] E128 h{ IiE: nt9=_ a Mt sA Kubota, Masafumi and Shidai, Ryuzo. Nihon gendaishi jiten (Dictionary of modern Japanese poetry). Hokushindo, 1955. 267, 28p. PL/733.6/K95 Explains trends, movements, organizations and technical terms in poetry from about 1850s and identifies poets and publications, including magazines. Selective bibliography and 1843-1954 chronology appended. Name and subject indexes. [G128] E129 "=tle- 6itrlF AftFIp g XAR Yoshida, Seiichi and Bundo, Junsaku. Kindaishi kansho jiten (Dictionary of modern poetry appreciation). Tokyodo, 1969. 562p. PL/733.6/Y64 Relatively detailed treatment of 75 major poets and their works, with selected quotations and explanations. Bibliography, author and title-subject indexes. Songs, Ballads PROSE E126 rffRF H *Q*-A Takano, Tatsuyuki. Nihon kayo shusei (Collection of Japanese songs and ballads). Tokyodo, 1960-1961. 12v. PL/756/N69 E130 Marks, Alfred H. and Bort, Barry D. Guide to Japanese Prose. Boston, G. K. Hall and Co., 1975. 150p. Z/3308/L5/M35 Contains folk songs, religious songs, and ballads grouped by period and by type, from ancient times through the Edo period. Supplemented by Zoku Nihon kayo shusei, which brings the coverage through the Meiji period. Modern Poetry E127 [LJt HM)~IfAC Sangu, Makoto. Meiji Taisho shisho soran (Bibliography of literature on newstyle poetry in the Meiji and Taish5 periods). Keiseisha, 1934. 2v. Z/3308/L5/S22 Emphasis on post-Meiji literature with critical annotations for each work. The 21p. introduction is an interesting, compact source of general information. E131 Aift~ H P Kindai Nihon bungaku taikei (Compilation of Edo period Japanese literature) v. 25. Kokumin Tosho, 1929. 896p. PL/747/K513 Gives a complete table of contents to 370 Edo literary texts of almost all genres, a chronology of narrative literature from earliest times to 1867, a revised expansion of Musei Asakura's Shinsh Nihon shosetsu nenpyo (Newly compiled chronology of Japanese fiction), published by Shun'y5od in 1926. Titles Lists in order of publication, some

Page  84 84 E132-E135 S.R_ vt 4n Zlou-z I au before 1600 arranged chronologically, and those of the Edo period divided into types, and arranged chronologically, with brief annotations. Title index. Also includes a biographical dictionary of fiction writers and illustrators by Fumoto Yamazaki. [G129] E132 tA11- L[ a4- t A- fA V Yokoyama, Shigeru and Ohashi, Raizo. Monogatari soshi mokuroku (Catalog of story books). Ookayama Shoten, 1937. 562p. Z/3308/L5/Y54 Contains eight annotated catalogues of story books from ancient times to the 16th century. Annotations and locations of story books are found in: E132aMuromachi jidai monogatarirui genzaibon kanmei mokuroku (A brief catalog of extant story books of the Muromachi period) by Takanobu Matsumoto. Inoue Shobo, 1962. 67p. (Keio Gijuku Daigaku Shido bunko shoshi sokan, 2). [G130] E133 rj~i-jX tAJ+t iJ^ MS Ichiko, Teiji. Mikan chusei shosetsu kaidai (Survey of unpublished medieval fictions) reprint ed. Rakuro Shoin, 1942. 317p. Z/3308/F4/I16 Outlines about 40 stories written between 1200 and 1600 not yet in print by 1942 (several of which have since been published), with notes and locations of manuscripts. List of fictions of the same period published since 1868 appended. Index of titles, names, technical terms. [G131] E134 Ifi A% Shin Gunsho ruiju (Classified list of books, new series), v. 7 Bibliography. Kokusho Kankokai, 1906. 752p. AC/145/K78/ser.l Contains 16 catalog books of popular literature of the Edo period, including those on ky5ka, haiku, stories, novelettes, illustrated books, etc. listing more than 6,500 titles, some with annotations. [G132] El 35 mLP mm F^/J\J'tWlffi i ]J I Ozaki, Hisaya. Edo jidai sh5setsu kyakuhon joruri zuihitsu honkokumono sakuin (Index of reprints of Edo fiction, drama, joruri and essays). Shun'yodo, 1927. 270p. Z/3308/L5/098 Classified index of works in series published before 1927, giving authors, titles and volume numbers. Title index. [G133] E136 rT2- U v/J' *ff2m t Takagi, Bun. Meiji zen shosetsu gikyoku taikan (General survey of all fiction and drama of the Meiji period). Juhokaku, 1925-1926. 2v. Z/3308/L5/T13 Contains a survey of Meiji literature, a chronological listing of about 9,000 titles published in periodicals, and a genealogical table of literary schools. Supplementary volume lists works of individual authors, excluding translations, by date of publication, and includes an author index. [G136] Setsuwa E137 T'W"MA HV ^JgX^^I0 Hirabayashi, Harunori and others. Nihon setsuwa bungaku sakuin (An index to Japanese narrative literature), revised by Sakaida Shiro and Wada Katsushi. Osaka, Seibund5 Shuppan, 1974. 15, 1156p. PL/748/H67/1974 A concordance to Heian-Kamakura period narratives collected in 47 anthologies comprising some 15,000 entries which include 40,000 items, each listed with source references to the original work and the work contained in Nihon koten bungaku taikei, E21, published by Iwanami Shoten. Entries are in kana order, but in characters, some with kana reading. E138 I ~J-TI Setsuwa bungaku hikkei (Manual for the study of setsuwa literature), ed. by Hinotani Akihiko and others. Tokyo Bijutsu, 1976. 511, 43p. PL/748/N73/suppl. A supplement volume to E139 below. E139 H BCDJA Nihon no setsuwa (Japanese narrative literature), ed. by Yamada Toshio and Kazuo Mabuchi. Tokyo Bijutsu, 1973 -1975. 7v. PL/738/N73 Critical studies of setsuwa including folk tales, legends, etc., by specialists with bibliographical references at end of each article. E140 Kff -- WtM - RS~ A Nagano, Joichi. Setsuwa bungaku jiten (Dictionary of narrative literature). Tokyodo, 1969. 508p. PL/707/N16

Page  85 85 E141-E145 El 46-E1 50 Contains an introductory essay on setsuwa (recorded narrative literature in the ancient and medieval periods). An extensive bibliography and an index to entries, with pronunciation. INDIVIDUAL WORKS Poetry El141 {~N` g YMh V$ Sasaki, Nobutsuna. Man'yoshu jiten (Man'yoshu dictionary). Heibonsha, 1956. 801p. PL/758.15/S25 Sections for poetical words, personal names, place-names, animals, plants, etc.; gives profuse examples and locations in the text. Appended are a chronology from 200 to 799 A.D., an annotated bibliography of about 1,200 texts and studies. Title and name indexes, a detailed table of contents of the Man'yoshu and tables of grammatical terms and pronunciations peculiar to Man'yoshu. [G148] E142 W7Mj~VA Man'yoshu jiten (Man'yoshu dictionary) by Ito Haku and others. Yuseido, 1975. 624p. PL/758.15/M25/suppl. Supplement volume of the Man'yoshu koza. Gives history and bibliography of the study of Man'yoshu. Contains indexes to authors, place names, plants and animals, and makura kotoba. E143 -7)AiVbt Man'yoshu taisei (Comprehensive Man'yoshu materials). Heibonsha, 1953-1956. 22v. PL/758.15/M28 E144 ~Ti?3 7)A t~ Gomi, Tomohide. Man'yoshu hikkei (Man'yoshu handbook). Gakut5sha, 1968. 370p. PL/758.15/G64 Bibliography pp. 302-14. E145 AT — J4i)~ V I Nishishita, Kyoichi and Takizawa, Sadao. Kokinshu sosakuin (Kokinshu general index). Meiji Shoin, 1958. 246p. PL/727/N72 Gives all words and locates them by the Kokka taikan, E99, numbers of the poems in which they appear, with separate indexes for the words of the kana preface, poetical expressions, notes, variants, personal names, etc. [G152] E146 &k#3kf,H-JE ft-]WI41 1*'M:-ASdJ Osaka Joshi Daigaku. Kokubungaku Kenkyushitsu. Gosen wakashu sosakuin (Gosen wakashu general index). Osaka, the University, 1965. 794p. PL/758.23/Z5/083 Gives reproductions of various extant texts, and indexes words, suffixes, names, etc. Critical bibliography, arranged chronologically through 1959, appended. Diaries E147 ftHt BS EH ' I Izumi Shikibu nikki sosakuin (Index to Izumi Shikibu nikki) by Azuma Setsuo and others. Musashino Shoin, 1959. 78, 84p. PL/797/I98/Z5/I9 Parallel texts of the 1414 manuscript of the diary held by Kyoto University and the Sanjo Nishi family's manuscript now in the Imperial Household Library. Indexes all words in both texts. Pivotwords and poems indexed separately. [G155] E148 J)Ib kffil 3ztf A> '6^Bie^|n Saeki, Umetomo and Imuta, Tsunehisa. Kagero nikki sosakuin (Index to the Kagero nikki). Kazama Shobo, 1963. 805p. PL/789/F94/K3/1963 Based on the Katsura no Miya edition; concordance of all words, classified under particles and jodoshi, and general words. Easy to use. E149 VIUYA ~BeH-ffl3^dl! Tokyo Ky5iku Daigaku. Chuko Bungaku Kenkyu Bukai. Murasaki Shikibu nikki yogo sakuin (Concordance of Murasaki Shikibu nikki). Nihon Gakujutsu Shink5kai, 1956. 390p. PL/788.4/M9/T6 Indexes all words in the text of the diary as edited by Kikan Ikeda for the Iwanami Bunko series from a 1682 manuscript, with a table collating this with the Gunsho ruijj text printed in 1820, on which most commentaries are based, and an index of variant readings. Also summarizes and indexes theories about the diary. [G154] E150 - H -3 Et Q1q I Sarashina nikki sosakuin (General index to the Sarashina nikki) by Azuma Setsuo and others. Musashino Shoin, 1956. 80, 94p. PL/789/S94/S2/A98

Page  86 86 E151-E155 El 56-El 60 First part contains a fully annotated text, with furigana, based on Fujiwara Teika's copy of the diary in the Imperial Household Library. Index is easy to use; a handy book. E151:1] ~{'7E;?^H '0 _41[I Nihon Daigaku. Bunri Gakubu. Tosa nikki sosakuin (General index to Tosa nikki). Nichidai Jinbunkagaku Kenkyujo, 1967. 9, 416p. PL/788.3/T72/N68 Unannotated text with an index in 8 parts: base words (verbs, nouns, etc.), prefixes, suffixes, place names, personal names, makura-kotoba, kake-kotoba, and waka. The last three sections are the most useful. Monogatari E152 BifJn H Jf~ i fd$VZ I Kokugakuin Daigaku. Nihonshi Kenkyukai. Azuma kagami jinmei sakuin (Index to personal names in Azuma kagami). 1968-1969. 2v. DS/859/A8/K32 Mimeo. Indexes to real names, titles, Buddhist names, government ranks, etc. No readings are given. E153 )Ajjj& $'G Oikawa, Taikei. Azuma kagami sosakuin (General index to Azuma kagami). Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1975. 1537p. DS/859/A8/038 A concordance with special indexes of personal names, place names, etc. E154 Ri'lj I aff -.g' Akiyama, Ken. Genji monogatari hikkei (Handbook to the Genji monogatari). Gakutosha, 1967. 362p. PL/788.4/G3/A33 Covers various fields of scholarship on Genji by specialists, with bibliographical references. Good introduction to studies on Genji. E155 ittfi% Mffit~Mji<MZ Ikeda, Kikan. Genji monogatari taisei (Genji monogatari study series). Chuo Koronsha, 1953-1956. 8v. PL/788.4/G3 V. 1-3 compare and collate various textual editions; v. 4-6 are a concordance to every word in the text; v. 7 gives a bibliography of research materials; v. 8 reproduces illustrations from picture scrolls. E156 jtt ffl 't P"W Ikeda, Kikan. Genji monogatari jiten (Encyclopedia of Genji monogatari). Tokyodo, 1960. 2v. PL/788.4/G3/I27 V. 1 explains about 3,000 terms for ancient court practices, customs and manners, personal and place names, etc., with examples keyed to the collated text of E155 above and notes from various reference books. V. 2 gives general comments, annotated bibliographies of commentaries, editions, outlines, lists of quoted poems and Buddhist literature, with indexes, information about characters, including genealogies and court ranks, a chronology of studies to 1960, and pictorial materials. [G164] E157 _= t ft~"-^ Mitani, Eiichi. Genji monogatari jiten (Dictionary of Genji monogatari). Yuseido, 1973. 652p. PL/7-8.4/G3/G34 A handbook containing bibliographies on different topics of the study of Genji and indexes to characters, ceremonies, ranks, court practices, etc.; also contains a chronology of the history of Genji studies from the birth of Murasaki (973 A.D.) to 1971. E158 [m —M N~ftOka, Kazuo. Genji monogatari jiten (Genji monogatari dictionary). Shunjusha, 1964. 646, 48p. PL/788.4/G3/042 A handbook, not a dictionary, of words, divided into 14 chapters giving studies on dating, plot, characters, background, thought, etc. Index to waka. E159 kl$jnE Ri gS^Jft0 Kitayama, Keita. Genji monogatari jiten (Genji monogatari dictionary). Heibonsha, 1957. 978, 1llp. PL/788.4/G3/K6 Lists and comments on all words, phrases and poems, with copious examples and their location in the texts in the Yuhodo Bunko series. Appended are a chronology of developments in the story, genealogies of the characters and a list of characters in each section of the story. E160 itWIJ* H+*e M 1 IqI Ikeda, Toshio. Hamamatsu Chunagon monogatari sosakuin (Index of Tales of Counsellor Hamamatsu). Musashino

Page  87 87 E161-E165 E166-E171 Shoin, 1964. 22, 300p. PL/789/S94/H2/I26 Indexes entire vocabulary in the text edition of Shinchu kokubungaku sosho (New annotated national literature series) published by Kodansha in 1951. Comparative paging to Iwanami edition in Nihon koten bungaku taikei, E21 Appended. [G161] E161 eT}th ~z 1~( Ichiko, Teiji. Heike monogatari hikkei (Handbook to the Heike monogatari). Gakutosha, 1977. 366p. PL/790/H46/I15 Covers various fields of scholarship on Heike by specialists with bibliographical references. Good introductory work. E162 PS-X Ichiko, Teiji. Heike monogatari jiten (Heike monogatari dictionary). Meiji Shoin, 1973. 370p. PL/790/H46/Y23 Listings are by kana order with the kanji for each entry and explanations. Words related to war stories such as armor, arrows and feather patterns, harness, etc., are given with illustrations. E163 T T Ft]Afi5 LAt1 Ichiko, Teiji. Heike monogatari kenkyu jiten (Dictionary for Heike monogatari research). Meiji Shoin, 1978. 1070p. PL/790/H46/H425 Covers place names, personal names, Buddhist and Shinto deities, book titles, terms, related to the Heike monogatari, explained by signed articles. Comparison table of accounts in principal editions, and chronology appended. Genealogical tables, maps. Index by names and subjects. Companion volume to Heike monogatari jiten, E162 (Meiji Shoin, 1973). E164 IL~ ~17 rT w jtf Yamashita, Hiroaki. Heike monogatari kenkyu josetsu (Introduction to the research on Heike monogatari). Meiji Shoin, 1972. 3, 552p. PL/790/H46/Y23 Compares various texts and related tales, e.g. Genpei tDsDroku, followed by the study of Heike itself. Index. E165ike monfl gat Kindaichi, Haruhiko. Heike monogatari sosakuin (Concordance to the Heike monogatari). Gakushu Kenkyusha, 1973. 10, 500p. PL/790/H46/Z6 E166 "f 47h }tJ Ai0 Aoki, Reiko. Hojoki sosakuin (General index to Hojoki). Musashino Shoin, 1965. 415p. PL/791.2/H7/A63 Limited to textual comparisons based on 10 old editions and 6 popular editions. E167 iE(t; kS- AT A1 Kanazawa, Shodai and others. Konjaku monogatarishu jinmei jinbutsu sbsakuin (General index to personal names and characters appearing in Konjaku monogatarishu). Yokohama, Seiji Keizai Gakkai, 1976. 103p. PL/787/K7/Z73 E167a vJ tt[ [~! Konjaku monogatarishu bunsetsu sakuin (Concordance to Konjaku monogatarishu), ed. by Nozawa Kazuo and others). Kasama Shoin, 1969-. 30v. (Kasama Shoin sokan series). PL/787/K7/Z7 Based on the text in Nihon koten bungaku taikei. Material in each volume is arranged phrase by phrase in kana order. E168 ~t tCX* t fJit' Kishigami, Shinji. Makura no soshi hikkei (Handbook of Makura no soshi). Gakutosha, 1967. 356p. PL/788.6/M3/K62 E169 tag iH I-F IT'd~ Matsuo, Satoshi and Eguchi, Masahiro. Ochikubo monogatari sosakuin (General index to the Tale of Lady Ochikubo). Meiji Shoin, 1967. 272p. PL/787/02/M43 Based on the Iwanami Nihon koten bungaku taikei text; index in two parts: general words and joshi/jodoshi sections with short clear explanations. E170 A~mW 6- EA qI Osumi, Kazuo. Taiheiki jinmei sakuin (Index to personal names in Taiheiki). Sapporo, Hokkaid5 Daigaku Tosho Kank5kai, 1974. 279p. PL/790/T3/T14 Covers Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Buddhist/Shinto names and fictitious characters with cross references to the person who has several names or titles, etc. E171 Ilf,4T Y""'N] 9\

Page  88 88 El172-El7? El 78-El184 Yamada, Tadao. Taketori monogatari s5sakuin (General index to the Bamboo-cutter's story). Musashino Shoin, 1958. 446p. PL/789/T3/Z8 Texts not clear, hard to use. E 17 2 FlL Kamada, Hiroo. Tsutsumi Chu-nagon monogatari s —sakuin (General index to Tales of Counsellor Tsutsumi). Hakuteisha, 1966. 337p. PL/787/T8/K1 5 "Idle Jottings" (Tsurezuregusa) Mitanil, Eiichi. Tsurezuregusa jiten (Dictionary of Tsurezuregusa). Yiiseid50, 1977. 282p. (Tsurezuregusa k~za bekkan). PL/791. 6/T88/T8 El174 4 faWiK&43 Matsuo, Satoshi and Okada, Shb5taro. Sh~kai Tsurezuregusa jiten (Tsurezuregusa dictionary with detailed explanations). Meiji Shoin, 1957. 805p. PL/791. 6/T88/M36 Entries give definitions followed by example usages, source references, and modern translations. E175 H4f~A"P Tokieda, tMotoki. Tsurezuregusa s~sakuin. (General index to Tsurezuregusa). Shibund3, 1955. 541p. PL/7 91. 6/T88/T64 Standard index to words in the essays of Yoshida Kenk56 (1283-1350), keyed to the Mitsuhiro edition in the Imperial Household Library, with variant readings in the Sh-osetsu edition shown in upper margins. [G172] INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS Matsuo, BashZ5, 1644-94 E176 ffffT& _ EZ R Iino, Tetsuji. Bash3 jiten (Bash3 lexicon). Tokyod3, 1959. 734p. PL/794. 4/Z9/I25 E177 t&*M MM Sakuragi, Shunk5o. Bash50 jiten (Bash-0 dictionary). Seiab3, 1963. 480p. PL/794.4/Z9/S18 Abel, Masami. Basho denki k~setsu (Bash-0 biography). Meiji Shoin, 1960. 1146p. PL/794.4/Z5/A32 Yamamoto, Yuitsu. Basho shichibush~i s~sakuin (Complete index to the seven anthologies of the Bash3 school). Kyoto, H~z~kan, 1957. 487p. PL/794. 4/H3/Y22 E180 #*ft )JfM~J Io~~ Imoto, Noichi and Haraoka, Hideto. Oku no hosomichi s-0sakuin (Index to Oku no hosomichi). Meiji Shoin, 1962. 32, 184p. PL/794.4/042 Ihara, Saikaku, 1642-93 E181 AfOflAJF Takita, Sadaji. Saikaku no shoshiga~kuteki kek~(Bibliographical studies of Saikaku). Taipei, Noda Shobo, 1941. 488p. (Taihoku Daigaku Bungakuka kenkyiU nenp5, 5). PL/794/Z9/T13 E182 fi E Noma, K-oshin. Saikaku nenpu k~sh3 (Research on Saikaku chronology). Chii-o K~ronsha,, 1952. 32, 413p. PL/794/Z5/N72 MODERN WRITERS Following are some of the titles on modern writers, listed without annotations. It is not a complete listing. Dazai, Osamu, 1909-48 E183 %4'ifTiAfV ~ I i Bessho, Naoki. Dazai~samu knkj bunken nato (Bibliographical note of Dazai Osamu). Tosho Shinbunsha, 1954. 160p. PL/825/A8/Z5/B43 Hagiwara, Sakutar?5, 1886-1942 Maebashi Shiritsu Toshokan. Hagiwara -Sakutar5 shoshi (Bibliographical study of Hagiwara Sakutaro) as of March, 1964. 1964. 137, l0p. PL/829/A3/Z9/M2

Page  89 89 E185-E192 El193-E200 Ishikawa, Takuboku, 1885-1912 E185 Afzi FjIU4K Shidal,, Ry-uzo. Ishikawa Takuboku j~iten (Ishikawa Takuboku dictionary). Meiji Shamn, 1970. 6, 358, 17p. PL/809/S5/Z5/S55 Iwaki, Yukinori. Ishikawa Takuboku hikkei (Handbook for Ishikawa Takuboku). Gakut~shal, 1967. 359p. PL/809/S5/Z5/I93 E187 WIL1tL 1)I ht Murakami, Etsuya. Ishikawa Takuboku zen kashii sosakuin (General index to anthologies of Ishikawa Takuboku). Kasama Shoin, 1973. 232p. PL/809/S5/A Yoshida, Seiichi. Natsume S-oseki hikkei (Handbook for Natsume S~seki). Gakut-Osha, 1967. 32lp. PL/812/A8/Z5/Y67 Shimazaki, Thson 1872-1943 E1 94 A 14f-IL/, tt4 tMiyoshi, Yukio. -Shimazaki T~son hikkei (Handbook for Shimazaki T~son). Gakut-osha, 1967. 339p. PL/81 6/H55/Z5/M66 Ishikawa,, Iwao. raphy of T~son). 187p. Thson shoshi (BibliogTaikand-O Shoten,, 1940. PL/81 6/H55/Z9/T1 2 Kobayashi, Hideo, 1902 -Yoshida, Hiroo and Horiuchi, Tatsuo. Shoshi Kobayashi Hideo (Bibliography of Hideo Kobayashi). Tosho Shinbunsha, 1967. 363, 27p. Z/8467. 157/Y65 Mishima., Yukio, 1925-1970 Hasegawa, Izumi and Takeda, Katsuhiko. Mishima. Yukio jiten (Dictionary of Mishima Yukio). M~eiji Shoin, 1976. 4, 602p. PL/833/I7/Z5/M62 Mori, Ogai, 1862-1922 E190 f{j~4AP P*V,,f 1nagaki, Tatsur6. Moni Ogai hikkei (Handbook for Moni Ogai). Gakut~sha, 1968. 367p. PL/811/07/Z5/I35 Natsume, So-seki, 1867-1916 E191 AfIJ-73j Natsume Soseki, ed. by Eto Jun. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1977. 254p. (Asahi sh~j iten). PL/812/A8/Z5/N36 Sanekata, Kiyoshi. Natsume S5sekijie (Natsume S~seki dictionary). Shimizu K75bund5, 1972. 10, 217p. Ito, Kazuo. Shimazaki T-oson Jiten (Dictionary of Shimazaki T~son). Meiji Shoin, 1972. 744p. PL/81 6/H55/Z5/I872 Tanizaki, Jun' ichirC5 1886- 1965 E 19 7 t 0 M 4 —.L1-c ERVl I ~ HU4 Tachibana, K-oichiro. Tanizaki Jun'ichir3 sensei chosho s~mokuroku (General bibliography of Tanizaki Jun'ichir-0). Gyarari Gohachi, 1964 -1966. 4v. PL/839/A7/Z9/T12 Tsubouchi, Shby5 1859- 1935 El198 jaff{lA~X Takita, Sadaji. ShOy~o shoshi (Bibliography of Shy5y). Yoneyamad3, 1937. 451,) 53p. PL/817/S8/Z9/T14 Yosano, Akiko, 1878-1942 Irie, Haruyuki. Yosano Akiko shoshi (Bibliography of Yosano Akiko). Osaka, S~gensha, 1957. 12lp. PL/819/08/Z9/I67 E200 JiaH1fl AT qXfU*,d Shioda, Ry~hel and Sat3, Kazuo. Yosano Akiko zen kashil s~sakuin (General index to all the collections of poems by Yosano Akiko). YiihOd5O, 1970. 8, 396p. PL/81 9/08/Z7/55

Page  90 90 E201-E202 E203-E205 CRITICISM AND REVIEWS There are similar multi-volume collections of articles of literary criticism published by different publishers, arranged variously by topic, author, work, period, etc. The following titles were selected for their comprehensive coverage. E201 H_- a -!hN)i Kokugo kokubungaku kenkyushi taisei (Compendium of studies of Japanese language and literature). Compiled by Zenkoku Daigaku Kokugo Kokubun Gakkai. Sanseido, 1965-1969. 15v. PL/707/K79 Literary criticism dealing with major works and authors from Man'yoshu to Toson. For each work or author it gives a historical summary of the criticism, treatises discussing the work, brief commentaries on each treatise, discussion of the textual history, bibliography, and chronology of literary criticism. V. 15 contains works on the language. E203 1i i0(rL, Kindai bungaku kenkyu sosho (Studies of modern Japanese literature series). Showa Joshi Daigaku Kindai Bungaku Kenkyushitsu, 1956-. (47v. as of 1978). PL/726.6/S56 See E73. E204 -~j[II[1, i_ —4 Hasegawa, Izumi. Kindai bungaku ronso jiten (Dictionary of modern literary controversies). Shibundo, 1962. 485p. PL/724/H34 214 literary controversies arising between 1868 and 1962 are discussed. Each entry includes persons involved, how the controversy arose and developed, its significance, and suggested references. Only work of its kind. Name and subject indexes. E205 r-f1- f f - ffA Yoshida, Seiichi. Gendai bungakuron taikei (Compendium of modern literary criticism). Kawade Shobo, 1955. 8v. PL/724/G32 E202 H _f.i~Ft)4PM-K Nihon bungaku kenkyu shiryo sosho (Compendium of studies of Japanese literature). Yuseido, 1st series, 1970 -1975. 50v. 2nd series, 1977-. (llv. as of 1978). Individually cataloged, e.g. Abekobo, PL/845/B4/Z5/A2. Each volume is a specific study of authors, classics, literary schools, or subject, covering the period from Japanese mythology to post-war literary development. Essays cover different periods, works, authors, schools, etc., of modern Japanese literature. V. 8 is a chronology of literary articles appearing in periodicals and newspapers between 1885 and 1935. Author index provided for the chronology. Especially useful as bibliography on literary issues of a given period.


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Page  91 91 Fl-F2b F2c-F4 E HISTORY Materials on history cover a wide variety of publications and subjects. In this section only books on history in its broad political and cultural sense have been included with the period divisions starting with archaeology. Biographies and geography are closely related to history, but instead of being included here these subjects are given separate sections. They of course should be consulted along with history. HISTORIOGRAPHY Fl Hall, John Whitney. Japanese History: New Dimensions of Approach and Understanding, 2nded. Washington, D.C. American Historical Association, 1966. 69p. (Service Center for Teachers of History, Publication 34). Grad. Lib. D/16.3/S49/no.34 An excellent critical and interpretive bibliographical essay covering several hundred basic works on Japanese history, with a section on major trends in historiography. Citations are usually abbreviated. F2 H4B i U_ ~' ~fU@M ^0^fEM Kokusai Rekishigaku Kaigi. Nihon Kokunai Iinkai. Nihon ni okeru rekishigaku no hattatsu to genjo (The development and present status of Japanese historiography). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1959-. Irregular. D/3/A3/K82 Bibliographical essays by specialists in each field of Japanese and foreign history, covering the previous 5 years' work. Author index. Each volume is published in English translation: F2a 1) Comite japonais des sciences historiques, ed. Le Japon au XIe Congres international des sciences historique a Stockholm. Nippon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1960. 482p. Grad. Lib. D/3/A2 F2b 2) Japanese National Committee of Historical Sciences, ed. Japan at the F2c 3) XIIth International Congress of Historical Sciences in Vienna. Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1965. 431p. Grad. Lib. D/3/A2/1965 Japanese National Committee of Historical Sciences. Recent Trends in Japanese Historiography: Bibliographical Essays. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 1970. 2v. Grad. Lib. Z/6201/R29 F3 /jJI- i Ozawa, Eiichi. Kinsei shigaku shis5shi kenkyu (Studies on history of early modern historiographical thought). Yoshikawa K5bunkan, 1974. 14, 514, 15p. DS/834.7/0343 F3a F3b. Kindai Nihon shigakushi no kenkyu —Bakumatsu hen (Studies on the history of modern Japanese historiography —late Tokugawa period). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1966. 8, 545, 19p. DS/834.7/034. Kindai Nihon shigakushi no kenkyi —Meiji hen (Studies on the history of modern Japanese historiography —Meiji era). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1968. 8, 669, 19p. DS/837.7/0342 The above three volumes by Ozawa Eiichi act as a comprehensive history of historiographical thought, covering 1580-1780, 1781-1867, and 1868-1910. Each discusses about 500 works, and includes a detailed chronology. Author and title indexes. F4 `I4- H ii

Page  92 92 F5-F8 F9-F1 0 Koza Nihonshi (Lectures in Japanese history), ed. by Rekishigaku Kenkyukai and Nihonshi Kenkyukai. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1970- 10.v. DS/835/K93 V. 9 covers major controversies in Japanese historiography and v. 10 surveys the history of modern Japanese historiography. Each article is signed by a specialist and includes bibliographical citations. List of references to each volume. F5 '&ii/, _HL Izu, Kimio. Nihon shigakushi (History of Japanese historiography) rev. ed. Azekura Shobo, 1972. 286p. DS/834.7/I98 A critical Miarxist history of Japanese historiography from ancient times to the present. Analyzes various periods in reverse chronological order. Index to Rekishi kagaku, the leftist journal, 1932-1938, appended. Prewar Historiography F6 -,Tt-X I- T FieA Kuroita, Katsumi. Kotei kokushi no kenkyu (Study of Japanese history). Iwanami Shoten, 1931. 2v. DS/835/K9675 V. 1 consists of a chronological discussion of the most important sources for studying pre-Meiji history, and is a standard work of the German school of historiography. Citations are incomplete. No index. V. 2 consists of a chronology of events. See F55. F7 Honpo shigakushi ronso (Collected essays on history of Japanese historical research), ed. by Shigakkai. Fuzanbo, 1939. 2v. DS/834.7/S57 Covers all aspects and periods of historical studies with critical essays signed by specialists. CALENDARS AND ERA NAMES (NENGO) F8 P Masao. Nin r itsu Ht Uchida, Masao. Nihon rekijitsu genten (Sources of Japanese calendar). Yuzankaku, 1975. 560p., wheel in back pocket. CE/15/U23 A comparative calendar for 445-1872, designed in part to clarify ambiguities and correct errors in works such as Sansei soran, F9. From 445 to 1687 for each year it gives the nengo date, cyclical date, and number of days in that lunar year; for each month it shows whether it had 29 or 30 days, the cyclical signs for the first day of the lunar month; the equivalent Western date (Julian through 1581), and keys to various information about the 24 yearly solar setsu periods (the 12 setsu and 12 sekki). From 1685 to 1872 it also shows on which day of the week the first day of the month falls. Includes a highly technical "Calendarmaking section" covering in detail how the calendar works, and calendar-making methodology; also has a 60-day cyclicalsigns wheel for calculating the days of the month, the reverse of which is a 24-hour time chart. F9 t m_"iOXf Naimusho. Chirikyoku. Sansei soran (Tabular comparison of Eastern and Western calendars) 2nd rev. ed. Teit5 Shuppansha, 1932. 4, 6, 424p. CE/15/J37/1932 A difficult-looking but easy-to-use comparative table of Japanese and Chinese lunar calendars, and Muslim and Western solar calendars —both Julian and Gregorian —from 214 B.C. to 1903. For each year gives the emperors' names, nengo dates, cyclical date, and kigen date; and for each month, the cyclical date of the first day of the month, the equivalent month and day in the solar calendars, and whether the lunar months were long, short, or intercalary. (This should probably be used only in conjunction with Horeki seireki taisho hyv, Fll, or Nihon rekijitsu genten, F8.) Also contains a list of unusual month names. F10 Gaimush5. Kindai in'yoreki taishohyo (Comparative tables for modern solar and lunar calendars). Hara Shobo, 1971. 1, 214p. CE/15/J35 Photo reprint of 1951 edition. Covers 1700-1911, with each page containing all the months and days of one year in the Japanese lunar calendar in an easy-touse grid arrangement which permits conversion from any Japanese date to the

Page  93 93 F11-F13 F14-F16 corresponding Western date (or viceversa with a little extra work). For each year it gives the Western date, kigen, nengo, cyclical, and Chinese nengo dates; and for each month the cyclical characters. Since it is based on the Gaimusho's In'yoreki taishDyn, 1935, and Hoang's Concordance neomeniques chinoise et europeenne, 1910, critical dates should no doubt be double checked against Tsuchihashi's Horeki seireki taishohyo, Fll below. Tsuchihashi, Paul Yachita. Japanese Chronological Tables/Horeki seireki taishohyo (Comparative tables of Japanese and Western calendars). Sophia University Press, 1952. 128p. (Monumenta Nipponica monographs, 11). DS/833/T85 For the period, 601-1872, this bilingual work is one of the most accurate and the easiest to use of all the comparative tables constructed to date; it specifically corrects Kanda's Nendai taisho benran, 1932, Tsuji's Dai Nihon nenpyo, 1941, and Pramsen's Japanese chronological Tables, 1901. It indicates for each year the Western date, emperor or neng5 and cyclical dates. For each month it gives the first day of the first month in the lunar year (and cyclical sign) the corresponding Western month and day, and whether the month had 29 or 30 days or was intercalary. Appended are tables for computing the cyclical date, the day of the week in either the Julian or Gregorian calendars, and the days of the year. F12 LeIHtI 4Fr liEE Yamada, Yoshio. Nengo yomikata kosho ko (A study on the pronunciation of Japanese era names). Hobunkan, 1950. 9, 6, 174p. DS/833/Y18 A chronological list of all standard nengo from Taika (645 A.D.) to Taishb (1912-26). Yamada, a well-known linguist, compares documented readings as rendered in 10 to 35 different historical sources. Valuable to both the historian and the historical linguist. Bibliography, stroke-count index. F13 A4*A HQ**4k Morimoto, Kakuzo. Nihon nengo taikan (General study of Japanese era names). Meguro Shoten, 1933. 883p., charts. CE/61/J3/M86 (era names) system. Part survey text, but mostly charts, diagrams, and lists. Covers the Chinese origins of the nengo system, Japanese practices in relation to those of China, and the reasons behind and procedures used for Japanese era-name changes. HISTORY-GENERAL Bibliographies F14 Hall, John Whitney. Japanese History: A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials. University of Michigan Press, 1954. 6, 165p. (Center for Japanese Studies bibliographical series, 4). Z/3303/M62 An annotated bibliography of modern works on pre-Meiji history, with 1551 entries arranged in sections on 1) bibliographies, 2) reference works, 3) historical sources, 4) periodicals, and 5) survey histories. "History" here includes all fields in the social sciences and humanities. Excluded are primary sources and periodical articles. Out of date, but still the standard bibliography of its field. Reprint edition published in 1973 from Greenwood Press, West Port, Conn. Index for this work was compiled and published by Canberra University College, School of Oriental Studies. 33p. F15 [Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, with Descriptive Notes. V. 3, History and Bibliography. University of Tokyo Press, 1963-1965. 3v. Z/3304/K81 An annotated bibliography of 1,385 numbered entries in three parts. The first two cover secondary works, divided by periods, subdivided topically. Author index. Pt. 3 covers documents and primary source materials. Title index. F16 7FBU f i&WF5 Kurita, Mototsugu. Sogo kokushi kenkyu (General guide for research in Japanese history). D5bun Shoin, 1935-1936. 3v. DS/835/K97 A selective annotated bibliography of primary and secondary sources, published 1868-1934, arranged chronologically and Detailed treatment of the history, practice, and significance of the nengo

Page  94 94 7 7-F719 F20-F23 topically. V. 1 and v. 2 treat monographs and scholarly journals; v. 3 covers all types of documents, collections, anthologies, and reference works. Each section is prefaced by an introductory essay. Excludes local histories. Title and author indexes. F17 c JLYJ t W& i9 Af t Endo, Motoo and Shimomura, Fujio. Kokushi bunken kaisetsu (Annotated bibliography of Japanese history). Asakura Shoten, 1957, 1965. 2v. Z/3301/E56 Supercedes Shiseki kaidai (Annotated bibliography of history books), its section on Japan, by the same authors, published in 1936 and 1940. Each volume lists important primary and secondary sources, with sections for individual monographs and multi-volume works. V. 1 includes major foreign works; v. 2 a list of works on local history, and a list of Meiji era Japanese newspapers and magazines and pre-1900 foreign language periodicals published in Japan. Pronunciations of titles are given. Annotations are fairly long and often evaluative, but the citations are incomplete. Title index. F18 j l*-K HlI f.fA,&,.5, Endo, Motoo. Nihonshi kenkyusho soran (Bibliography of studies in Japanese history). Meicho Shuppan, 1975. 402, 48p. Z/3306/N68 An excellent bibliography of historical studies in various fields published in Japan from the Meiji era to 1972, arranged by subject, with full citations and brief- to medium-length signed annotations. Comprehensive author and title indexes. F19 j '2t Rekishigaku nenpo (Annual report of historical studies), by Rekishigaku Kenkyukai. Aoki Shoten, 1935-1943. 5v. D/1/R33 Published as a special issue of the journal Rekishigaku kenkyu, summarizes the accomplishments and trends of historical studies of the past year with bibliographical references. Continued F19a by Rekishigaku no seika to kadai, published by Iwanami Shoten, 1950-1958. 9v. D/13.2/G33 The publisher changed back to Aoki Shoten in 1959, and the work since F19b 1958-73 was covered by Gendai rekishigaku no seika to kadai, 1974-1975, in 4v. D/13.2/S33 For a bibliography of current works on history, consult general periodical indexes such as A57, and annual indexes of history magazines. F20 tt rJ7m Kokushi gakkai (Historical studies in Japan) for 1929-1943. By various editors. 15v. DS/801/K84 A continuation of Sakunen no shigaku, kDkogaku, chiri gakkai (History, archaeology and geographic studies during the previous year), 1916-1929. an annual feature of the journal Shirin. Editor changed to Yoyogikai, 1930-1937, and to Tsukuba Kenkyukai, 1938-1943. Reviews progress in historiography and lists and annotates each year's books, articles, and analytical essays up to 1938. From 1938 analyticals were dropped. Classified by subjects. Author index for 1932-1943. F21 t.Il', i r H N R Otsuka, Shigakkai. Sogo kokushi ronbun yomoku (Comprehensive list of articles on Japanese history). Toko Shoin, 1939. 638p. Z/3308/A5/088 A selective list of articles on Japanese history published 1868-1938 in 169 scholarly journals and anthologies. Classified by subjects. No index. F22 Q 0-3? jAA A Shigakkai. Shigaku bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of historical studies) 1946-1950. Yamakawa Shuppansha, 1952. 2, 204p. Z/6201/S55 Lists about 4,900 monographs and journal articles on Japanese and world history published in Japan from 1946 to 1950, of which about 2,500 deal with Japan. Author index. F23 I/hJ W HaTAi Koizumi, Yasujiro. Nihon shiseki nenpyo (Chronological list of Japanese historical materials). Kobunkan, 1903 -1904. 2v. Z/3305/K78 Reprinted in 1 vol., Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1911; Tsukuba Shoin, 1966; and Meicho Kankokai, 1970. A chronological listing of those years for which there are significant references. Pt. 1 is an enlarged version of Shiseki nenpyo (Chronological list of historical materials) 888-1602, by Ban Nobutomo. V. 2 continues to 1867. Each part has a stroke-count title index. Very easy to use.

Page  95 95 F24-F27 F28-F31 F24 4fiS -SNT Kunaicho, Shoryobu. Zushoryo tenseki kaidai (Annotated catalog of Zushoryo — Government Library —history). Yotokusha, 1950-1951. 2v. Z/955/J45 Lists historical materials exhibited for a time by the Imperial Household Library with detailed annotations. V. 1, classified by historical works, records to about 1400, documents and genealogies with bibliographical survey and general index; and v. 2 by law, court ceremonies, appointments of officials, events at court, mausolea and miscellany with title index. [H118] F25 9 k1i- 0 T 4 Pf M E iI Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo Hensanjo tosho mokuroku (Library catalog of Tokyo University Historiographical Institute) Pt. 2, Japanese and Chinese books and manuscripts. No. 2, Historical materials. Shiryo Hensanjo, 1961. 351p. Z/3309/T62 Lists old documents and other materials available in photographic reproduction, registered by the Institute through 1960, giving their owners when reproduced, reproduction dates, etc. [H119] F26 #tYMik* M 22 Aa k H4E H* Sekai rekishi jiten (Encyclopedia of world history) v. 22 Shiryohen. Nihon. Heibonsha, 1955. 32, 601, 49p. D/9/S5 An annotated bibliography of documents, including maps, tables, etc., organized chronologically from ancient times to the present, subdivided by topic. Extensive excerpts and annotations of documentary materials make the book useful as a documented outline history. Title and subject indexes. F27 H*M11*_4~pfi Q kt4a Tokyo Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Historical Documents Relating to Japan in Foreign Countries: An Inventory of Microfilm Acquisitions in the Library of the Historiographical Institute. Tokyo Daigaku, 1963-1969. 14v. Z/3309/T623 Japanese title: Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo Hensanjo Nihon kankei kaigai shiryo mokuroku. A detailed English-language holdings list for about 1,500,000 pages in 1,200 reels of unpublished materials concerning Japan and East Asia. Classified by the location of the original documents —by country, owner and his classification scheme. Gives brief descriptive annotations. General list of contents for all volumes in v. 14. No index. F28 QJ4Mt 834 0 TMA4RPWiIf Monbusho. Shiryokan. Shiryokan shozo shiryo mokuroku (Catalog of historical materials in the Ministry of Education Archives) 1952-. In progress. 23v. A.L. holdings incomplete. Z/3306/S58 A massive listing of Tokugawa period documents, classified by subject under location (province, county, village) and major family name. There is normally an appendix featuring background information on the documents in general, the family, and the location, including illustrations, genealogical and other charts, and maps. F29 iMffT-IHiPE a Ii Kinsei Shomin Shiryo Chosa Iinkai. Kinsei shomin shiryo shozai mokuroku (Catalog of private collections of early modern history of the masses). Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1952-1955. 3v. CD/2184/K52 Lists in excess of 4,000 private collections of local Tokugawa and early Meiji period documents (village records, school documents, legal codes, etc.). Arranged by region, then prefectures. Each volume is a separate work, with its own geographical index. Dictionaries F30 H Bfk~tS4 Nihon rekishi daijiten (Encyclopedia of Japanese history) rev. and enl. ed. Kawade Shob5, 1968-1970. 12v. DS/833/N6 Comprehensive dictionary with signed articles and numerous illustrations covering prehistoric times to the present. V. 10 contains supplementary readers' aids and various indexes for Japanese names, foreigners' names, place names, titles of books and subjects; v. 1, chronology and v. 12, atlas. F31.)7fI Kokushi daijiten (Encyclopedia of Japanese history) by Yashiro Kuniji and

Page  96 96 F32-F36 t77r7 - Tnf Lrt) ' P'% others. Rev. and enl. ed. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1925-1926. 6v. DS/833/Y22/1928 Kana order dictionary with brief entries often giving citations to primary sources. Best on pre-1868 history. Superceded by the above dictionary, F30. F32 fJI) 1H 1 Kadokawa Nihonshi jiten (Kadokawa dictionary of Japanese history), ed. by Takayanagi Mitsutoshi and Takeuchi Rizo. Kadokawa Shoten, 1966. 32, 1300p. DS/833/T15 An excellent concise dictionary, this covers a wide variety of persons, places, and events from ancient times onward. Appendixes include a variety of lists, charts, tables, diagrams, illustrations and a chronology. Indexed. F33 X f _VA7^^'^B^ H teS Kyoto Daigaku. Bungakubu. Kokushi Kenkyushitsu. Nihonshi jiten (Dictionary of Japanese history) rev. and enl. ed. Sogensha, 1960. 43, 983p. DS/833/K9 The best of the one-volume works, this has about 3,000 brief entries, with bibliographical citations, covering all types of significant people, places, and events from ancient to early postwar periods. Appended is a handbook which was later enlarged and issued separately as Nihonshi kenkyu jiten, F40. Comprehensive general index. The 1960 edition made some minor corrections, added 20 pages of entries, and dropped 20 pages of appendixes. F34 H P*-lficV Nihon bunkashi jiten (Dictionary of Japanese cultural history) by Kawasaki Tsuneyuki and others. Asakura Shoten, 1962. 821p. DS/833/N55 F35 f0tlA;k H[ AtMt Wakamori, Taro. Nihon rekishi jiten (Dictionary of Japanese history) rev. and enl. ed Jitsugyo no Nihonsha, 1958. 19, 601p. DS/833/W152 About 2700 headings with bibliographical references. Emphasis is on socioeconomic history, folklore and culture. F36 Dictionnaire historique du Japon, ed. by Iwao Seiichi and others. Librairie Kinokuniya, 1963-. (Publications de la Maison Franco-Japonaise). 3v. from A to C, 1975. DS/833/D55 Each volume has 200-300 entries, with headings and texts in French. Nearly all terms mentioned are accompanied by the Japanese equivalents in romaji and kanji. A brief bibliography of 1-5 works follows each entry. As yet incomplete, but when finished this will be a standard dictionary in a Western language. See also Ajia Rekishi jiten (Dictionary of Asian history) and Toyo rekishi daijiten (Encyclopedia of Oriental history) for entries related to Japan; for more general information, recent events, and names of prominent persons, the latest editions of encyclopedias will be of help. For current affairs see newspaper indexes. Handbooks F37 H? _fiJ3JAYP Nihonshi kenkyu nyumon (Introduction to research in Japanese history). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1949, 1951, 1954 -DS/835/T74 Consists of several hundred pages of signed articles on various aspects of history, each including a bibliography of significant books and articles. A classified list of books published since the previous volume is appended. Editor changed for each volume. F38 \)M mJ11* 0- H*0 _!^AMP9 Okubo, Toshiaki and Ebisawa, Arimichi. Nihon shigaku nyumon (Introduction to the study of Japanese history). Kobunsha, 1965. 14, 393p. DS/835/046 Consists of essays by various experts, outlining all the main problems, trends, methodologies, and resources involved in the study of Japanese history. F39 Tokyo Teikoku Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Dokushi biy5 (Handbook of Japanese history) rev. ed. Naigai Shoseki, 1935. 29, 2154p. DS/833/T64 A concise compilation of reference aids covering Japanese history from its mythological beginnings to 1932. Contains chronology, miscellaneous tables, and lists of emperors, shoguns, tax ratings, etc. Indexes. F40 HXM#Zff3 B 0WL9$

Page  97 97 F41-F44 F45-F48 Kyoto Daigaku. Bungakubu. Nihonshi kenkyu jiten (Manual for the study of Japanese history). Osaka Sogensha, 1955. 409p. DS/833/K92 Similar to Dokushi biy5, F39. Useful for modern history. F41 /]J i f[l] A Kobata, Atsushi and Toyoda, Takeshi. Dokushi soran (Handbook of Japanese history). Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1966. 11, 15, 1864p. DS/833/D65 Covers Japanese history from ancient times through 1965 with 71 different types of lists, tables, and diagrams, including chronology and index to genealogies. Gives a time and sexagenary cycle device in wheel form for computing time and days of the month. Although intended as a replacement for Dokushi biyo, F39, it does not supersede it, though some areas have been brought up to date. F42 Et fflt h iF Toyoda, Takeshi. Sogo kokushi kenkyu yoran (Comprehensive handbook of Japanese history studies). Rekishi Toshosha, 1970. 20, 1385p. 51p. booklet. DS/833/D65 Consists of a number of lists, tables, etc., partly revised and selected from Dokushi soran, F41, with new additions such as a list of major public offices, major castles, capitals of provinces, etc. Easy to use, ready reference tool. The booklet contains a chronology from A.D. 1 to 1970. Indexed. F43 JiiLj 5t~ H I/,> FVY" Endo, Motoo and Omori, Shiro. Nihonshi handobukku (Handbook of Japanese history). Asakura Shoten, 1963. 705, 22p. DS/835/E572 Divided into six parts with topical subdivisions. Serves as a studentoriented dictionary. Bibliographical references for most of the entries. a statistical abstract on large early Meiji cities. Chronologies F45 f /"\ HrT Okuno, Hikoroku. Nihon rekishi nenpyoshi (A history of Japanese historical chronologies). Yuzankaku, 1972. 13, 567p. Z/3306/045 Lists in order of issuance, 160 chronologies published from 697 to 1966, with full annotations. Also includes outline chart of about 200 chronologies, 645-1968. Name and title index. F46 HQ OD M'JfW5. WA~. iM' Nihon no rekishi —Bessatsu 5: Nenpyo chizu (The history of Japan —Supplement 5: Chronology and maps). Chuo Koronsha, 1972. 48, 483p. DS/835/N672 A concise chronology covering 10,000 B.C. to 1967. Gives the Western and nengo dates, emperor and supreme civil or military official, with office and (through 1867) death dates; columns for the outstanding political-economic, social, cultural, and (after 1867) world events, by month. Includes 11 brief but handy lists of emperors, shoguns, etc., and a useful section of historical maps. F47 H[-]i cSj.: WUlJ: ~ H B^K.. Nihon rekishi daijiten —bekkan: Nihon rekishi nenpyo (Encyclopedia of Japanese history —supplement: chronology of Japanese history). Nihon Rekishi Daijiten Henshu I'inkai. Rev. ed. Kawade Shobo, 1969. 377, 59p. DS/833/N6/1968 suppl. Covers A.D. 1-1967, arranged by Western calendar year, giving nengo, emperor's name, name of highest government officials and their terms in office, plus two columns: "government-economysociety" and "culture," which list major events of the year. Appended is a chart of changes in local administrative institutions, arranged by kuni, then by ken with subdivisions: shi, and gun. A reduced-size photo reprint, with supplements, was issued separately in 1973 as Nihonshi nenpyo. F48 A t] k H ' Kindai Nihon sogo nenpyo (Comprehensive chronology of modern Japan). Iwanami F44 NjWA-PF a' jyY,, 7a Fujioka, Kenjiro. Nihon rekishi handobukku (Handbook of Japanese torical geography) rev. and enl. Taimeido, 1972. 2, 7, 359p. DS/806.4/F94 chiri hised. Consists of charts, lists, tables, maps, etc., covering from prehistory to the modern age. The last two chapters cover products and transportation, and include

Page  98 98 F49-F51 F52-F55 Shoten, 1968. 461, 78p. DS/833/K52 Contains brief documented entries for all important events from 1853-1967, giving the exact date (in both lunar and solar calendars until 1873), with columns for government, economyproduction-technology, society, scholarship-education-thought, the arts, and foreign affairs. A summary of major events at end of each year. An excellent one-volume chronology by specialists, bibliography of some 4,000 works, subject and name index. F49 i Jw H 4!i*s Rekishigaku Kenkyukai. Nihonshi nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese history). Iwanami Shoten, 1966. 332p. DS/833/R38 A handy and concise chronology covering from prehisotric times through 1964, arranged by Western dates. Nengo and cyclical dates, the emperor and highest officials with dates they assumed office, Chinese and Korean imperial nengo, and the major events, by month, in the fields of government, society and culture, and world events. Appendixes include a list of unofficial nengo, and a comparative table of Western and Japanese calendars —a brief year-by-year outline from 601 to 1803, and a month-by-month outline from 1804 to 1872, indicating the first day and the length of each month. F50 O H V1te Shinpen Nihonshi nenpyo (New chronology of Japanese history), compiled by Abe Makoto and others. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1958. 6, lOp. DS/833/A56 An abbreviated chronology of the period 300 B.C.-1945 A.D., given under Western dates (from 369 B.C. onward), Japanese emperors and nengo, with columns for Japanese government, the economy, culture, and "the World." Useful only for ready reference. A fold-out schematic diagram of Japanese political parties 1874-1957. F51 f A Tk w^t~ +^5 H f 4 * Okubo, Toshiaki and Shimomura, Fujio. Nihon hyakka nenpyo (Encyclopedic chronologies of Japan). Asakura Shoten, 1956. 2, 5, 362p. DS/833/042 government, foreign affairs, the economy, culture, distinctive features of the age, and world history. Continues with about 65 subject chronologies in all fields of the humanities and social sciences, including subjects like printing, sports, and martial arts. Appendixes include chronologies of famous people, major disasters, population, and daily life and a chronological bibliography of chronologies. F52 ffl62g0 _ 3Sr Nishioka, Toranosuke. Shin Nihonshi nenpyo (New chronology of Japanese history). Chuo Koronsha, 1955. 633p. DS/833/N72 Covers from 48 A.D. to 1955, arranged by Western calendar years. Cyclical date, emperor, nengo, and top civil officials for China and Korea are given. Gives major domestic and foreign events. Appended are a combined Kojiki-Nihonshoki chronology, archaeological tables, lists of offices and officials (by period and location), comparative solarlunar calendar tables, and a general index. F53 1i~Tt ) kA H~Sf Tsuji, Zennosuke. Dai Nihon nenpyo (Chronology of Japan). Dai Nihon Shuppan, 1941. 513p. DS/833/T88 A year-by-year chronology with brief entires covering 660 B.C.-1940. Gives for each year the kigen date, number of the year counting backward from 1940, nengo date, cyclical date (and, to 1872, the cyclical date for the first day of each month, and length of each month — 29 or 30 days), the emperor; the Chinese, Korean and/or Manchurian date; the Western date. Listed briefly are the main events of the year and the source of this information; names and office dates of the chief court, military, or civil authorities; and death dates of prominent personages. Appended are imperial genealogies, tables of government officials, etc. F54 AJEfl * MARA i HS>~ Omori, Kingoro and Takahashi, Sh5zo. (Zoho) Saishin Nihon rekishi nenpyo (Newest Japanese historical chronology) rev. and enl. ed. Sanseido, 1939. 473, 107, 177p. DS/833/056 F55 Mkf ) H4ftk A9 Kuroita, Katsumi. Kotei kokushi kenkyu nenpyo (Chronology for Japanese Begins with a general chronology covering 108 B.C. to 1954/55 in the fields of

Page  99 99 F56-F61 F62-F65 historical studies, revised). Iwanami Shoten, 1936. 13, 279, 63p. DS/833/K95 Revised and enlarged 1955 edition, by Maruyama Jiro, 277p. 1936 edition covers the dates 667 B.C. to 1936; 1955 edition brings it up to 1954. Gives exact dates for major events. Indexes of personal names, subjects, and place names. F56 H - W B Yk4W Hioki, Sh5ichi. Kokushi dainenpyo (Comprehensive chronology of Japanese history). Heibonsha, 1935-1936. 7v. DS/833/H47 Covers from 660 B.C. through 1934, with concise entries. Indicates the emperor, the nengo, A.D., Japanese continuous year (kigen), and cyclical year date. Personal name and subject indexes comprise v. 7. F57 IJU W{L f Kiyohara, Sadao. Kaisen Nihon bunkashi nenpyo (Revised chronology of Japanese cultural history) rev. ed. Chubunkan Shoten, 1931. 536p. DS/833/K63/1932 Atlases Japanese era names; five contemporary maps appended. [H138] F62 H M jf IJ H Atti? Nihon rekishi daijiten. Bekkan: Nihon rekishi chizu (Encyclopedia of Japanese history. Supplement: Historical atlas of Japan). Kawade Shob3, 1969. 58p. 60 maps on 120 leaves. DS/833/N6/1969/Sup. v.2 A standard historical atlas covering ancient times to 1960; with general index. F63 M{~ A i M Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Zenkoku iseki chizu (Atlas of historical sites in Japan). 1965-1968. 47 maps in 9v. G/7961/E8/A3 Black and white topographical maps, showing administrative boundaries, elevations, transportation routes, etc., overprinted with green and red numbers, symbols, markings, and names of famous historical sites, natural and man-made monuments, etc. Each volume covers one prefecture, and each has from 10 to 60 maps, at a scale of 1:75,000, reduced from maps of the 1960-1962 nation-wide survey of cultural properties. Includes list of 1,000-4,000 numbered sites in the maps. F60 N Ufi a M Yoshida, Togo. Dai Nihon dokushi chizu (Historical atlas of Japan) rev. and enl. ed. by Ashida Koreto. Fuzanbo, 1935. 27p. 82 maps. G/7961/S1/Y65 An extensive revision of the 1897 edition, this colored atlas is still considered to be the best guide to places mentioned in historical texts. Contains about 10 maps on post-1867 history, the rest on pre-Meiji periods. F61 BffltZ1 igSZ&g H*MkftP N Nishioka, Toranosuke and Hattori, Shiso. Nihon rekishi chizu (Japanese historical atlas). Zenkoku Kyoiku Tosho, 1956. 428p. G/2356/S1/Z54 Contains 75 maps illustrating politics, industry, trade routes, education and military affairs. Arranged chronologically from early times to the present. Each map is accompanied by a related selection map, distribution map and notes. Indexes of place-names in the Man'yoshi, foreign place names, lists of principal sites and monuments, F64 jI- -_ itWJ_ Fujioka, Kenjiro. Chikeizu ni rekishi o yomu: zoku Nihon rekishi chiri handobukku (Reading history through topographical maps: supplement to the Japanese historical geography handbook). Taimeido, 1969-1973. 5v. A.L. holdings incomplete. DS/806.4/F94 sup. Each volume consists of about 50 selected 1:25,000 or 1:50,000 scale maps of historical sites, one to a page, with documented commentary and explanations on facing pages. Coverage is nationwide, from ancient times to the present. Illustrations F65 H& C24fJ-i Zusetsu Nihon bunkashi taikei (Illustrated compendium of Japanese cultural history), ed. by Kodama Kota and others. 2nd rev. ed. Shogakkan, 1965-1968. 14v. DS/821/Z82 One of the best pictorial histories, arranged chronologically from prehistoric times to the present, subdivided

Page  100 100 F66-F70 i79 TI 77A CI (I - (l topically into art, literature, religion, thought, society, economy, government, customs and manners, etc. Illustration captions are detailed and documented. Each volume includes a useful essaystyle bibliographical discussion. V. 14 contains a general index, illustrated guide to artifacts and costume, and a section on the documents shown in the main work, transcribed into type, with furigana, and paraphrased in modern Japanese. F66 XTh6 H Mti,Q_' Inoue, Koji. Zusetsu Nihon no rekishi (Illustrated history of Japan). Shueisha, 1974. 17v. DS/835/Z93 Covers from prehistory to present in chronological order. Clear color and black and white photographs and drawings, with captions. Furigana given to difficult kanji in survey text. F67 H[.. I Kokushi daizukan (Pictorial history of Japan). Yoshikawa K5bunkan, 1932-1934. 6v. DS/835/K895 Upper-class Japanese cultural and political history from ancient times to 1912. F68 ffgB^_? fiH*Mi Nishioka, Toranosuke. Shin Nihon zuroku (New illustrations of Japanese history). Chuo Koronsha, 1952. (v. 1) DS/835/N Emphasizes socio-economic aspects of life, especially of the common people, with reproductions of paintings, drawings, relics, old sites and records in chronological order from primitive times through early feudalism. No index. Only v. 1 published. [H141] F69 ^ J&7^ 4 Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Tokubetsu shiseki meish5 tennen kinenbutsu zuroku (Illustrated catalog of special historical sites, scenic spots, and natural monuments). Daiichi H5ki Shuppan K. K. 1963. 350p. DS/811/A25 A combination of aerial, panoramic, and closeup photographs of 136 places and things designated as important by the Cultural Properties Protection Commission since 1951. F70;,-. i~ ' Kawabata, Sanehide. YUsoku kojitsu zukan (Illustrated book of ancient court and military usages). Tokyodo Shuppan, 1971. 6, 336p. GT/1560/K25 A collection of 1,008 black and white photographs, line drawings, and details from old illustrations, covering clothing and accessories used from ancient times to the Tokugawa era. Arranged topically under major categories of court, theater, military, equestrian, furniture, transportation, and Buddhist accessories, etc. Illustrations, index, brief outline, charts of costume evolution and color names appended. Diplomatics F71 t Tokyo Teikoku Daigaku. Shiryo Hensangakari. Komonjo jidai kagami (Period survey of old documents). 1925-1927. 4 portfolios (456 plates). DS/803/T654 About 450 sheets of collotype facsimiles of pages of letters, documents, books, etc., from early times to 1868, selected to show calligraphic styles, including those of famous persons, with transcriptions into modern language, and notes. Helpful in familiarization with old handwriting. [H148] F72 fJIttPBn ^ t Ijichi, Tetsuo. Nihon komonjogaku teiyo (Manual of Japanese diplomatics). Shinseisha, 1966-1969. 2v. CD/593/I25 A handbook on how to read, interpret, and attribute all major types, styles, and formats of Japanese public or official documents from ancient times through the Tokugawa period. Illustrated with many samples. The 300-page manual has reference aids such as lists, charts, and glossaries. Indexes by subjects, title, place, and personal names. F73 +tiffl P HBC * t5C Aida, Jiro. Nihon no komonjo (Old documents of Japan). Iwanami Shoten, 1949-1954. 2v. DS/803/A52 Standard guide to pre-1600 documents, explaining where and in what condition they exist, their kinds and forms, with 862 examples in v. 2. Index of terms relating to such documents, chronological list of documents. [H147] F74 Gke o o aIro Katsumine, Gekkei. Komonjogaku gairon

Page  101 101 F75-F77 F78-F81 (Outline of diplomatics). Meguro Shoten, 1930. 21, 787, 16p. CD/593/K24 A comprehensive guide to the study of pre-Meiji documents. Illustrated and indexed. Documents F75 j-.'tX.F..-,' ~Q.',, Tokyo Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Dai Nihon kokiroku (Old Japanese records). Iwanami Shoten, 1952-. V. 1 -DS/803/T62 A collection of diaries and other records of Japanese history. Punctuation is supplied for correct reading. F76 *30f1 4Q#Pfi ) H* 5 Tokyo Daigaku. Shiry5 Hensanjo. Dai Nihon komonjo (Ancient documents of Japan). Published by Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai; a companion collection to Dai Nihon Shiryo, F77, consisting of three sets as follows: Hennen monjo (Chronological arrangement) 1901-1940. 25v. DS/803/T63 Contains 7th-8th century materials of all types. Iewake monjo (House documents) 1904 -V. 1-. DS/803/T632 Reproduces documents of institutions and families. Bakumatsu gaikoku kankei monjo (Late Tokugawa documents on foreign relations) 1910-. V. 1-. Supplement, 1913 -V. 1-. DS/803/T633 Arranges documents in chronological order. F77 3Tji0T W fT )BH*k4 Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo Hensanjo. Dai Nihon shiryo (Historical materials of Japan). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1901-. Ser. 1, v. 1-. DS/801/T65 Planned as the most comprehensive collection of pre-Meiji documents from 887 to 1868, after the Rikkokushi. Of the 16 planned series, 12 have been started, and about 5 completed; each series covers a given period and includes all types of documents, arranged on a nearly day by day basis. Each volume has a table of contents, and most documents have handy marginal summaries. Indexed. F78. '. —P t-, Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo Hensanjo. Shiryo soran (Survey of historical materials). 1923-. V. 1-. DS/833/T66 Acts both as a chronology of Japanese history, 887-1867, and a summary-index for the Dai Nihon Shiryo, F77, chronologically listing all the important events for each day and giving headings or titles for all relevant primary materials in the collection. As of this date coverage is to the Edo period. Collections F79:ft1,Kokushi taikei (Compendium of Japanese history), compiled by Kuroita Katsumi and Maruyama Jiro. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1929-1964. 66v. DS/804/K81 Revised and enlarged edition in two parts. Pt. 1, 1952-1956, in 10v. Pt. 2, 1955, in 10v. One of the most useful collections of pre-Meiji primary and historical writings. The 1929 set combines two late Meiji series edited by Taguchi Ukichi, entitled Kokushi taikei and Zoku Kokushi taikei; and added some works, with selective index. The 1952 ed. pt. 1 reprinted the Rikkokushi and Kojiki, pt. 2 reprinted various ritsu and ryo (laws and statutes). Descriptions of works in the Kokushi taikei are given in the following: F80 i&f,e HQf-fi Sakamoto, Tar5 and Kuroita, Masao. Kokushi taikei shomoku kaidai (Annotated catalog of works in the Kokushi taikei). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1971, v. 1 -DS/804/K81/S15 To be completed in 2v. Contains descriptive annotations and references. F81 [ iJ x Kokusho Kank5kai sosho (Series published by the Society for the Publication of Japanese works). 1905-1922. 260v. AG/145/K78 An important collection of primary sources, issued in 8 series, containing

Page  102 102 F82-F86 F8 7-F90 standard versions of useful and important historical texts. Offers convenient printed versions of texts, mostly Tokugawa period materials. Indexed in Iwanami's Kokusho somokuroku, A16. F82 [E-i_ - Kokushi s5sho (Japanese historical series), ed. by Kurokawa Shind5 and Yano Taro. Kokushi Kenkyukai, 1914-1920. 52v. DS/835/K92 A collection of about 60 works written from the late Heian through Tokugawa periods. V. 1-35 contain military writings; v. 36-52 local histories. Each volume contains a brief bibliographical preface. F83 H tt t - -x - Nihon Shiseki Kyokai sosho (Published works collected by the Japanese historical association). 1915-1935. 187v. DS/881/N68 Miscellaneous collection of late Tokugawa and early Meiji materials, containing writings of prominent Meiji Restoration figures, Imperial Court documents, and loyalist han records. Each volume has a detailed table of contents and a brief introduction. The supplement, v. 187, contains 50 plates of autographed texts by famous statesmen, set into modern type. F84 PV Shiseki shuran (Collection of historical works), compiled by Kondo Heijo. Kondo Kappanjo, 1900-1903. 33v. DS/803/K82 F85 Ri Zoku shiseki shuran (Collection of historical works, cont'd.) Kondo Shuppanbu, 1930. lOv. DS/803/K821 A reprint collection from an 1893-1898 edition of about 550 documents, diaries, historical studies, letters and various records dating from the 14th through 18th centuries. V. 33 contains a general index and annotated bibliography. Useful for filling gaps in Gunsho ruiju, A65-69. Its ommissions are covered by the following: F86 Pr1 Shiseki zassan (Miscellaneous collection of historical works) in Kokusho Kankokai sosho Ser. 2, v. 38-42. AC/145/K78/Ser.2 religious institutions and upper class families written from the Kamakura period to the early Meiji era. ARCHAEOLOGY Bibliographies F87 Beardsley, Richard K. and others. Bibliographic Materials in the Japanese Language on Far Eastern Archeology and Ethnology. University of Michigan Press, 1950. 74p. (Center for Japanese Studies bibliographical series, 3). Z/3303/M62 Contains about 200-250 briefly annotated entries on archaeology and ethnology books and articles dating from 1938 -1948. The archaeology section is out of date, but not superseded by the BibZiography on Japanese Sociology by the same author. F88 H-V S 5'mAl-, A.Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bunkakei bunken mokuroku. 17. Kokogaku hen (Bibliography of literature, philosophy and history. 17, archaeology). 1964. 84p. Not in A.L. F89 WiA, H- * JL4', Saito, Tadashi. Nihon kofun bunka shiryo soran (List of materials on the ancient Japanese tomb culture). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1953-1956. 3v. Mimeo. DS/815/S155 Pt. 1 lists literature on the Tomb period, which is supplemented through 1955 in pt. 3. Pt. 2 surveys tombs, kilns, lapidary and other sites of the period, classified by areas, with notes on their locations, characteristics and objects unearthed from them. Omitted are imperial mausoleums and ritual sites, which are covered in Ryobo yDran (Handbook of Imperial tombs), Shoryoryo, 1934, and Iwao Oba's "Jodai saishi iseki chimeihyo" (List of sites of ancient rites), in Shint5 kokogaku ronko (Shinto archaeological studies), Ashime Shob5, 1943. 692p. [H61] F90 * -T3 H*Bn E H#t^ -rt Okamoto, Isamu. Nihon sekki jidai sogo bunken mokuroku (Comprehensive bibliography of stone age Japan). Yamaoka Shoten, 1958. 194p. Not in A.L. Lists chronologically books and articles published from 1868 to 1955. Chronology A collection of 40 documents from

Page  103 103 F91-F94 F95-F100 of Stone Age studies and list of magazines cited appended. Index classified by prefectures and author index. [H54] F91 T Wt"it _9,:_9VjN Yayoi jidai bunken kaidai (Annotated bibliography of Yayoi period). Azuma Shuppan, 1961-. Annual. Z/3308/A3/S46 Editor: Seki Toshihiko. Covers in detail about 100 major books and journals published during the previous year, giving types of site, remains, pottery. Indexes. F92 A - p3 ZmH$ * imitl -U Tomoyose, Eiichiro. Ryukyu kankei kokogaku bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of Ryukyu archaeology). Komiyama Shoten, 1962. 158p. Z/3308/A8/T5 An unannotated list of 946 pre-1962 books, periodical and newspaper articles. Comprehensive subject, personal name indexes. Dictionaries F93 7ACHWRf- W/J m M- -JT Mizuno, Seiichi and Kobayashi, Yukio. Zukai k5kogaku jiten (Illustrated dictionary of archaeology). Sogensha, 1959. 1056, 46p. CC/70/M68 Covers prehistoric and later remains, including those relevant to Japan in China, Korea and other nearby areas, with many entries on history, geography, local customs, biology, etc. Major topics receive detailed attention, with references. Chronology of early Japanese culture based on types of earthenware and chronology of world archaeology appended. Index. [H56] F94 H z -~~ B fTR5 Nihon Kokogaku Kyokai. Nihon kokogaku jiten (Dictionary of Japanese archaeology). Tokyod5, 1962. 652p. CC/70/N69 About 3,600 entries, many with illustrations, on historic sites, relics, personal names, book titles and terms, including some related foreign topics. Lists of government-designated cultural properties, historical sites, coins, inscriptions and references appended, with earthenware chronology and map of state-established provincial temples. Index. [H57] Yearbooks F95 -! L A j t T Bunkazai Hogo Iinkai. Maizo bunkazai hakkutsu chosa hokoku (A report on the archaeological excavations) 1952-1953. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1954-. No. 1 -Annual. DS/815/A32 Each volume is a separately-titled monograph, normally treating a single excavation site in some detail, illustrated with drawings and photographs. List of plates and summary introduction in English. F96 HR i7 tf Nihon kokogaku nenpo (Japan annual of archaeology) no. 1 (1948)-, compiled by Nihon Kokogaku Kyokai. Seibundo Shinkosha, 1951-. V. 1-. Annual. DS/815/N6 Outlines developments, reports on excavations and lists books and articles. [H53] Sites F97 WM~ * HTAfjftA1W Seki, Toshihiko. Higashi Nihon Yayoi jidai iseki chimeihyo (Yayoi sites in Eastern Japan). Azuma Shuppan, 1967 -1971. 3v. DS/815/S46 Lists, by prefecture, over 5,000 Yayoi sites in the T5hoku, Kanto and Chubu regions. Each volume has 4 separate indexes for locations, sites, objects, and style of pottery. F98 fi IF B*T j Wt Sakazume, Nakao. Nihon kaizuka chimeihyo (Japanese shell mounds sites). Kyoto, Doyokai, 1959. 207p. Not in A.L. F99 M,~ H$Str; tWW Saito, Tadashi. Nihon kodai iseki no kenkyu (Studies on ancient Japanese sites). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1968-1976. 4v. DS/815/S154 Annotated bibliography in v. 4. F100 *4 ) j t fi ~; Morimoto, Rokuya. Nihon seidb jidai chimeihyo (Japanese bronze age sites). Oka Shoin, 1929. 25, 230p. DS/815/M86

Page  104 104 F101-F105 F106-F110 Gives places where Aeneolithic remains have been found, arranged by provinces and also by the kinds of objects excavated. Illustrations and distribution map appended. [H60] Illustrations F101 jfti a Kodaishi hakkutsu (Excavations of ancient history). Kodansha, 1973-1975. 10v. DS/815/K766 Each volume is by a specialist on a specific topic, illustrated with photographs, some in colors, drawings and diagrams, accompanied by captions, explanations, and a brief bibliography. Covers the period from pre-history to the 12th century. F102 Ky to Daigaku. Bungakubut#M Hakubuts Kyoto Daigaku. Bungakubu Hakubutsukan. Kyoto Daigaku Bungakubu Hakubutsukan Kokogaku shiryo mokuroku (Catalog of the archaeological collection in the museum of the Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University). 1960-. GN/37/K9/K95 ANCIENT HISTORY (TO 1180) F106 Q^^ yz^Hm4 Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bungaku tetsugaku shigaku bunken mokuroku: 8. Nihon kodaishi hen (Bibliography of literature, philosophy, and history. 8. Ancient Japanese history). 1959. 122p. Z/3301/A4 Classified listing of books and periodical articles organized topically, then by year of publication, 1946-1957. Author index. F107 rq JiOtAt *1qW Kojiki taisei v. 7-8: sakuinhen (Complete study of Kojiki, v. 7-8: index), compiled by Takagi Ichinosuke and Tomiyama Tamiz5. Heibonsha, 1958. 2v. DS/851/A2/K77/K8 This was reprinted as follows: F108 _iii0 I Kojiki sosakuin (Comprehensive index to the Kojiki). Heibonsha, 1974-1977. 3v. DS/851/A2/K77/1974 A catalog of the entire collection from prehistoric times. Introduction in English. F103 ~A:Wag, Sait5, Tadashi. Nihon kokogaku zukan (Japanese archaeology illustated). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1965. 176, 44p. DS/815/S163 New edition of 1955 ed. Covers the period, 1700 B.C. to 800 A.D. Includes a bibliography of 1104 articles and titles of books. Sites and subjects index. F104 Y0*VhA ~im ~e T~ik + Sugihara, Shosuke and Otsuka, Hatsushige. Hajishiki doki shusei (Collection of haji style pottery). Tokyodo, 1971 -Portfolios. DS/815/S951 More than 5,000 drawings of prehistoric haji pottery, arranged by prefectures. A booklet of explanatory texts and detailed tabular lists of pottery sites and writings, all keyed to the plates. F105 IJ'-m#FT -** @t~ti Kobayashi, Yukio and Sugihara, Shosuke. Yayoishiki doki shusei (Collection of yayoi-type pottery). Tokyodo, 1968. 2 portfolios. DS/815/K37 V. 1 is a thoroughly glossed and annotated text of the Kojiki; v. 2 is divided into a kana-order general index, a radical-order kanji index, and a phonetic kanji (on-kana) index. V. 3 is a supplement. F109 t It N l-~s~ _ Murabayashi, Magoshiro. Kojiki jiten (Kojiki dictionary). Kinseisha, 1942. 817p. DS/851/A2/K77/M97 A kana-order dictionary with brief entries for people, deities, places, and subjects in Kojiki. Includes a glossed Kojiki text and a kanji word index. F110 A Rikkokushi (Six national histories) is a series of six officially compiled chronicles written in Chinese style, covering the period from ancient times to 887 A.D. They are useful as a source for Nara-Heian period biographical information. The six works with their dates of coverage are: 1) Nihon shoki or Nihongi, to 697. 2) Shoku Nihongi, 697-791. 3) Nihon koki, 792-833. 4) Shoku Nihon koki, 833-850. 5) Nihon Montoku Tenno jitsuroku, 850-58. 6) Nihon sandai jitsuroku, 858-887.

Page  105 105 F1I Oa-F114 F115-F119 The two best sets of these works are: FllOa \StL Rikkokushi, enlarged and edited by Saeki Ariyoshi. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1940 -1941. 12v. DS/851/A2/R57 FllOb 7te Rikkokushi in Kokushi taikei, F79, newly rev. and enl. ed., 1933-1935. 6v. DS/804/K81 Yoshikawa Kobunkan also published the same material in 9v., 1952-1956. Fill AHS^^iI Rikkokushi sakuin (Index to the six national histories). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1963-1969. 4v. DS/851/A2/R578 Comprehensive indexes designed for use with the Kokushi taikei set, but useful for any edition of any of the six histories so long as it is chronologically arranged. V. 3 is an integrated index for Nihon koki, Shoku Nihon koki, and Montoku Tenno jitsuroku. The other volumes each cover one work, and consist of indexes, in kana order, of personal names, office titles, subjects, place names, and religious institutions. F112 AItCtI Mt#1 dI| i42 A Nakamura, Hironobu. Nihon shoki sosakuin: Kanji goi hen (Complete index to Nihon shoki: Chinese character vocabulary). Kadokawa Shoten, 1964 -1968. 4v. DS/851/A2/N68/N2 A kanji concordance, arranged by radicals, to the precise location of every kanji character and compound in the Kokushi taikei edition. Appended are a page number and column conversion chart between the Kokushi taikei edition and other editions. F113Ailb#T st*H *S RA*MI Maruyama, Rinpei. Teihon Nihon shoki: Jiten, sakuin (Standard Nihon shoki: Dictionary, index). Kodansha, 1966. 291p. DS/851/A2/N68/N2 A combination dictionary and index, in kana order, to terms in Nihon shoki. Index covers the 3-volume Kodansha set only. F114 ft2 wPi PH *Ca*adI Kumagai, Kojiro. Shoku Nihongi sakuin (Index to Shoku Nihongi). Waseda Shobo, 1959-1962. 6v. DS/851/A2/S68/K9 Arranged by broad subject in kana order, based on the Kokushi taikei edition, but useful for any chronologically-arranged edition. F114a r,floa tJ.,4WMi Takagami, Chuz5. Shiryo taikan (General survey of historical materials). Tetsugaku Shoin, 1898-1900. 16v. (Japanese binding). DS/804/S55 A collection mainly of previously unpublished biographical and autobiographical materials of important historical figures. F115 kt4W} Shiryo taisei (Complete historical materials), compiled by Sasagawa Taneo and revised by Yano Tar5. Naigai Shoseki, 1934-1944. 43v. DS/803/S57 F116 fe k4bAJi Zoku shiryo taisei (Shiryo taisei cont'd.), compiled by Takeuchi Rizo. Kyoto, Rinsen Shoten, 1967. 22v. DS/803/S572 A collection of diaries written by court nobles from the 10th to the 16th centuries, each with a bio-bibliographical introduction. F117 [tYtf -- E -x Takeuchi, Rizo. Nara ibun (Nara period, 710-794, documents). Tokyodo, 1943 -1944. 2v. DS/851/A2/T151 A collection of selected administrative, religious, economic and literary documents, arranged by subject. Separate sections of annotations in each volume. F118 'fPt~ NJXV Takeuchi, Rizo. Heian ibun (Heian documents). Tokyodo, 1947-1968. 13v. DS/851/A2/T15 Covers the period, 781-1185, in chronological order. General index in v. 11. F119 ~ ~AftBft A$ U Yashiro, Kuniji. log of manors). 1940. 146p. Shoen mokuroku (CataMeiseid5 Shoten, HD/914/Y35 Divided into imperial and nonimperial categories, subdivided by prefecture, lists names of manors with notes on feudal overlords, locations, reference sources. Index, arranged in Japanese syllabic order with reference sources, includes also names of manors in the Shoen ko (Study of shoen), by Hiroshi Kurita. Useful as a guide to basic

Page  106 106 Fl 20-F1 24 F1 25-F1 28 sources on Japanese manors. [H156] F120 irJi-LK fSI II Al — Shimizu, Masatake. Sheen shiryo (Materials on manors). Teito Shuppansha, 1933. 2v. HD/914/S53 Photo reprint edition, published in 1965 by Kadokawa Shoten with an index volume compiled by Takeuchi Rizo. KAMAKURA TO TOKUGAWA 1180-1600 F121 I git i* * Izumo, Takashi. Kamakura buke jiten (Dictionary of Kamakura period warriors). Seiabo, 1972. 641p. DS/859/I95 A combination handbook, chronology, and history of warrior society and institutions from 1180 to 1333. Chronological arrangement with subheadings of events of the year. Personal name, technical term, and subject indexes. F122 j)Mfl t "ag-e, Inagaki, Shisei. Sengoku buke jiten (Cyclopedia of samurai families in the period of civil war). Seiabo, 1962. 551p. DS/827/S3/I34 Describes emergence of the warrior class, early feudal life and conflicts in the 15th and 16th centuries. References and chronology of battles appended. Index. F123 MfEMO Al " A R/-tfi Sasama, Yoshihiko. Sengoku bushi jitenBuke senjin saho shusei (Dictionary of warriors in the sengoku period-warrior battlefield manners). Yuzankaku, 1969. 12, 560, 13p. U/43/J3/S23 A handbook, covering battlefield customs, manners, rules, clothing and equipment from about the 13th through the 16th centuries. Excellent illustrations, and kana order index. TOKUGAWA PERIOD (EARLY MODERN) 1600-1867 F124 itC~ a-itEZ. B;{'fJi5BH* Toyo Bunko Kindai Nihon Kenkyushitsu. Kindai Nihon kankei bunken bunrui mokuroku (Classified catalog of books in the Toyo Bunko on modern Japan Japanese books and microfilms). 1963. 3v. Z/3308/A5/T75 1961 - Lists some 6,000 titles, including works donated to the Seminar on Modern Japan. No periodicals or books on literature and art. Title index. [H1123] F125 )JL9L H*AtW_4A f Arai, Eiji. Nihon kinseishi kenkyu nyumon (Research guide to early modern Japanese history). Komiyama Shuppan, 1974. 9, 567p. DS/871/N68 The first half consists of a series of essays detailing themes and works on Tokugawa history, arranged by subject and period. The second half is in two parts: a section on methods of research explained in bibliographical essays; and a section on aids such as charts, lists, chronologies, etc. F126 lJS^^ ~iit 5 "7" ' Kodama, Kota. Kinseishi handobukku (Handbook for early modern history). Kondo Shuppansha, 1972. 12, 390, 14p. DS/871/K52 Signed bibliographical essays by 126 specialists, covering the history from 1658 to 1868, arranged in 8 major headings: bakufu and han government, foreign relations and trade, economy, cities and villages, production, transportation, society, and culture. Index. F127 F, fltfht_ -K Mitamura, Engyo. Buke jiten (Dictionary of the warrior class), ed. by Inagaki Shisei. Seiabo, 1960. 26, 459p. DS/871/M72 Convenient source of information about the manners and customs of the warrior class in the Tokugawa period, extracted from the writings of Engyo Mitamura (1870-1952), an authority on the subject. Chronology of the Tokugawa period, table of important posts in the Tokugawa administration, etc., appended. Subject index. [N83] F128 Th8Ia t A-*,Q Inagaki, Shisei. Buke hennen jiten (Chronological dictionary of the warrior class). Seiab5, 1968. 725p. DS/871/I34 Annals of the private and public life of samurai warriors of 1603-1867. Lists of ranks and offices appended. General index. A companion text to Inagaki's Edo hennen jiten, F129, and Mitamura's

Page  107 107 F129-F133 F134-F137 Buke jiten, F127. F129 'Xfl CWPF 4 Inagaki, Shisei. Edo hennen jiten (Chronological dictionary of the Tokugawa period). Seiabo, 1966. 679p. DS/871/I35 Annals of the years 1590-1867, covering social and economic aspects of the period. Kana order subject index. F130 ~NM- ti]P R $ Sakamoto, Shun'ichiro. K5sh5 Edo jiten (Historical dictionary of the Edo period), ed. by Nanjo Norio. Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1964. 407p. DS/871/S16 Divided into 14 major topics, covering political, military, and social aspects. Appended are lists of high civil and military officials of the Ashikaga and Tokugawa periods, a list of annual events, and a chronology for 1596-1867. General index. F131 _ ff- t~-~t SI2,'LTPt/Mitamura, Engyo. Edo seikatsu jiten (Dictionary of Edo life), ed. by Inagaki Shisei. Seiabo, 1959. 541p. DS/871/M73 Unillustrated companion to Buke jiten, F127, covering all aspects of life, arranged by subjects. Includes bibliography, currency list, etc. Subject index. F132 5 )~ XA 't-7 l Saito, Gesshin. Zotei Buko nenpyo (Chronology of greater Edo, rev. and enl.), ed. by Kaneko Mitsuharu. Heibonsha, 1968. 2v. (Toyo Bunko series, v. 116, 118). AC/145/T75/v.116, v.118 This famous chronology, written in classical Japanese, treats the people and events, topography, historical development, changes in manners and customs, and the "odd and curious" during the period 1590-1873 in the greater Tokyo area. General index. Text, based on Kokusho Kankokai sosho v. 39 and Edo sosho v. 12. F133 ^WtM fi3 Xt^sKMAH*f Tochiuchi, Sojiro. Z5shu Yojin Nihon tanken nenpyo (Chronology of Western contacts with Japan) enl. ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1929. 179p. DS/833/T63 from 1501 to 1875 are described, including Christian missions, trade, diplomatic relations, etc. Facing pages give extracts from Japanese and Western sources, and detailed footnotes for more significant events. Bibliography of Western language books on Japan. Index. F134 m maA ni Kaikoku Hyakunen Kinen Bunka Jigyokai. Sakoku jidai Nihonjin no kaigai chishiki (Knowledge of the Japanese about Western countries during the period of national isolation). Kangensha, 1953. 498p. Z/3308/A39/K2 Classified bibliography of books on geography, maps, and books on Western history by Japanese published from 1615 to 1867, with a general survey of each class and detailed annotations. Some illustrations. Chronological list of titles appended. Names, titles indexed. [H160] F135 Y:Witt4_fP )K fiH4E{ _f_ Tokyo Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Dai Nihon kinsei shiryo (Early modern Japanese historical materials). 1953-. v. 1-. DS/870/T64 A collection of unpublished documents related to Tokugawa political and socioeconomic history. Headnotes and punctuations are supplied. MEIJI RESTORATION F136 ^ T H/W T.. —ItS Rekishigaku Kenkyukai. Meiji Ishinshi kenkyu koza (Series on the study of the Meiji Restoration). Heibonsha, 1958 -1969. 7v. DS/881/R39 V. 6 contains a bibliography of primary and secondary sources covering the period 1830-1889. Includes Western language sources. General index to the series. Bekkan (supplement) published in 1969 updates the research and bibliography. Its section on "zadankai" (round table discussions) is useful for bibliographical information. F137 HAqy, -.f~F(/-M Irimajiri, Yoshinaga. Meiji Ishinshi kenkyu no hatten (Development in the study of the Meiji Restoration). Dobunkan, 1949. 199p. DS/882.5/I68 All types of Western contacts with Japan

Page  108 108 F1 37a-F141 771 17 ) 771n P'l lt j-P' q Chapters surveying studies in important aspects of the Restoration give critical comments on reference works. Bibliography and table of changes from provinces to prefectures appended. [H162] F137a tI i I J'W)TIZ' O4& l Nihon Rekishi Chiri Gakkai. Ishinshi kenkyu shiryo sakuin (Index to studies on the history of the Meiji restoration). 1919. 3, 6, 220p. Z/3308/A4/N68 Special issue of the journal Rekishi chiri (Historical geography). Gives subject and author indexes for articles on the restoration, 1844-1871, which appeared in 30 important periodicals published from 1876 to 1914. F138 ^% U -fri4 PaiIT,}A — IHk Monbush5 Ishin Shiry5 Hensan Jimukyoku shozo tosho mokuroku (Catalog of books in the Office of Compilation of the History of the Meiji Restoration of the Ministry of Education). 1936. 812p. Z/3308/A4/A22 F139 qS W O + VU, ifi Monbusho. Ishin Shiry5 Hensan Jimukyoku. Ishinshi (History of the Restoration). Meiji Shoin, 1939-1941. 6v. DS/881/A4 The 5v. history of the 1846-1871 period compiled by the Education Ministry's Secretariat for the Editing of Meiji Restoration Materials. V. 6, indexes include list of court, shogunate and Meiji government appointments, list of feudal domains and their lords, and index of names in these lists. Useful as a handbook. [H164] F140 Mr, WijQ_1P Monbusho. Ishin Shiry5 Hensan Jimukyoku. Ishin shiryo koyo (Outline of materials on the Restoration). 1937-1943. 10v. DS/881/I79 A summary index to the Dai Nihon Ishin shiryo, series 1, this also functions as one of the most detailed chronologies of the period. It lists the relevant documents for each event that occurred from the 2nd month, 1844, to the 7th month, 1871. F141 AAq,-f!PPA4X~Pf )W*W0tfiW~f Tokyo Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Dai Nihon Ishin shiryo (Historical materials relating to the Japanese Restoration). 1938-. V. 1-. DS/881/A35 Series 1. Hennen no bu (Chronicles) 1846-1858, in 19v., 1938- Series 2. Ruisan no bu (Classified list of the materials) 1959 -V. 1- The most comprehensive collection of primary documents for the period. F142 _~f~'^ n.~' Dajokan (Great Council of State). Fukkoki (Restoration records). Naigai Shoseki, 1929-1931. 15v. suppl. DS/881/A34 Comprehensive collection of materials for the day-by-day record from late 1867 to late 1868. Gives battle records, summary and general index. F143 -NM{ +? ) FU~U, Yoshino, Masayasu. Kaei Meiji nenkanroku (Annals of the Kaei Meiji period). Gannand5 Shoten, 1968. 2v. DS/881/Y65 Photo reprint of 1883 edition, with detailed tables of contents and a short introduction. Contains documents written between 1852 and 1868. F144 ~ ^ j {7 Tokyo Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Dai Nihon komonjo: Bakumatsu gaikoku kankei monjo (Japanese documents: Documents on foreign relations in the late Tokugawa period). v. 1-. 1910-. Supplement, v. 1-. 1913- DS/803/T633 When completed this series will contain every known official document on foreign relations. Arranged chronologically from 1853 to 1868. The supplements reproduce diaries, memoranda, etc. F145,+tf:.-,Jt.:4 Ishinshi Gakkai. Bakumatsu Ishin gaiko shiryo shusei (Collected materials on foreign relations during the Restoration period). Zaisei Keizai Gakkai, 1942 -1944. 6v. DS/881.3/I85 An encyclopedic collection of basic diplomatic documents of the period, 1853-1868. Detailed table of contents. F146 OLp H5itPtt H4t Yagyu, Shiro and Asakura, Haruhiko. Bakumatsu Meiji kenkyu zasshi mokuji shuran (Contents of journals for the study of late Tokugawa and Meiji periods). Nihon Kosho Tsushinsha, 1968. 265p. Z/3308/A4/Y15

Page  109 109 F14 7-F1 50 F1 51-F1 53 An issue-by-issue listing of the tables of contents of 18 prewar journals, with a photograph and brief background sketch for each journal. No index. F147 Jf H Ishin nisshi (Restoration journals), ed. by Hashimoto Hiroshi. Shizuoka Kyodo Kenkyukai, 1932-1935. 20v. DS/882.5/H35 Divided into two series of 10 volumes each. Series I consists of a run of the predecessor of the official gazette Dajokan nisshi from its first issue in Feb. 1868 through Dec. 1876. Series II consists of four other early journals: the Kojb nisshi (Edo castle journal), Chindai nisshi (Garrison journal), Tokyojo nissshi (Tokyo castle journal), and Chinshofu nisshi (Garrison command journal) and documents on the Meiji constitution. F148 $i fl6 Hisho ruisan (Classified list of collections of secret records), ed. by Ito Hirobumi. Rev. ed. Ruisan Kankokai, 1933-1936. 25v. DS/882/H68 A great collection of important documents on all aspects of the Restoration and subsequent organization and administration of the new Meiji government. Covers materials on foreign relations including those with Korea and China; materials on legislation, finance, administration, commerce and industry, etc. F149 BH i S Meiji shiyo (Outline history of the Meiji period), compiled by Shushikyoku. Rev. and enlarged ed. Hakubun Honsha, 1885-1886. 5v. in 2. DS/882/A35 A detailed political-historical chronology of events from the 10th month of 1867 through 1882. Originally published in 1876-1883. This was reprinted by Tokyo Daigaku Shiry5 Hensanjo with some additions in 1933 and also in 1966. MODERN, 1868 -Bibl.iographies F150 -|t HW^J,>tMfSM Mihashi, Takeo. Meiji zenki shisoshi bunken (Bibliography of early Meiji intellectual history). Meijido Shoten, 1976. 30, 1056, 72p. Z/3306/M65 An annotated bibliography of several thousand works in the social sciences and humanities published in Japanese between 1865 and 1889, and considered to have influenced Japanese thinking. Arranged by date of publication. 40 -page list of reference sources appended. Subject, title, western author, personal name, and publisher indexes. F151 N H Kti ] HW Q-fTh NHK Hoso Gyomukyoku Shiryobu. Meiji hyakunen shiryo: shiryo nenpyo (Meiji one hundred years source materials —chronology). 1966. 227p. Z/3308/A4/N67 Covers the years from 1853 to the end of the War in 1945. Gives a list of important source materials, books, pictures, films, music, and recordings for significant topics of each year. F152 ki HBhgK KI^5</B, Kyoto Gaikokugo Daigaku Fuzoku Toshokan. Taigai koshoshi bunken mokuroku. Kinsei hen (Bibliotheca Nipponalium. A handlist of materials (1868-1975) relating to foreign intercourse with Japan during the period of Isolation). Yushodo, 1977. 35, 448p. Z/3308/R4/K95 Comprehensive coverage of the topic by listing 15,374 items in alphabetical order by names of authors. Includes monographs and periodical articles in Japanese, and if there are no Japanese translations, in European original languages. F153 *A IftO-sA Nihon kin-gendaishi jiten (Dictionary of modern Japanese history). Toyo Keizai Shiposha, 1978. 1089p. DS/833/N57 Covers the period 1848-1975. Contains 3,850 entries by names of people, organizations, events and legal cases, explained by signed articles with reference sources. Appended are a list of hans, early Meiji governments, diplomats of major countries to Japan, Japanese diplomats to other countries, judges, mayors of 10 major cities, director-generals of former colonies, army generals, admirals and their general headquarter officers, military services, lists of representatives of the House of Representatives and the House of Councillors, results of

Page  110 110 F154-F157 F1 58-F1 61 elections, political parties, SCAP GHQ organizations, various cultural awards, and comparative tables of calendars, etc. Index. F154 }A3'! H f- it Kyoto Daigaku. Bungakubu. Kokushi Kenkyushitsu. Nihon kindaishi jiten (Dictionary of modern Japanese history). Toyo Shinposha, 1958. 990p. DS/833/K91 Contains about 3,300 concise signed entries, with references, related to post-1848 biography, history, etc. Useful lists, charts, etc. appended. Index. F155 O1&Ja faiXL Wtft8t H +i-Sti-MFA Asakura, Haruhiko and Inamura, Tetsugen. Meiji ses5 hennen jiten (A chronological dictionary of Meiji life). Tokyodo, 1965. 694p. DS/882/A81 Covers events and social conditions from 1868 to 1912 (Meiji era) as described in contemporary newspapers and magazines. Appended are lists of major laws, posts, festivals, reference works, etc. General index. Chronologies F156 X<-9P %ftic Shinobu, Seizaburo. Gendai seijishi nenpy5 (Chronology of modern political history). Kyoto, San'ichi Shobo, 1960. 252p. DS/805/G32 A concise chronology covering Japanese politics, government, foreign relations, and related subjects from 1853-1959. Brief kana order subject index. F157 F;ft H * 'Kindai Nihon sogo nenpyo (Comprehensive chronology of modern Japan). Iwanami Shoten, 1968. 461, 78p. DS/833/K52 Contains brief documented entries for all important events from 1853 to 1967, giving the exact date (in both lunar and solar calendars until 1873) with columns for government, economy-industrytechnology, society, scholarshipeducation-thought, the arts, and foreign affairs. A summary of major events at the end of each year. A bibliography of some 4,000 works used for this compilation. Subject and name index. One of the best one-volume chronologies by signed specialists. F158 -*f*,A Zt^X,,i_7 4rYTsumaki, Chuta. Ishin go dainenpyo (Comprehensive post-restoration chronology) rev. and enl. ed. Yuhodo Shoten, 1925. 791p. DS/833/T92 Brief entries for 1846-1867 and detailed entries for 1867-1925. For each emperor's reign, gives significant political-military events, with dates. Classified subject index. Biographies F159 &9 U~', t Toa senkaku shishi kiden (Biographies of leading patriots in East Asia). Kokuryukai Shuppanbu, 1936. 3v. DS/849/C6/K97 Reprint ed. in 1966. Biographical sketches in i-ro-ha order, of right wing and nationalist "Black dragon Society" members and their activities in East Asia from 1868 to about 1934. F160 XP;UH H Taishi kaikoroku (Memoirs of relationships with China). Taishi. Korosha Denki Hensankai, 1936. 2v. DS/849/C6/T125 Biographical sketches in i-ro-ha order, of several hundred Japanese adventurers, soldiers, businessmen, politicians and others who were active in China from 1868 to about 1931. It was updated in 1941, entitled Zoku taishi kaikoroku (supplement toTaishi kaikoroku) in 2v. These volumes were reprinted in 2 volumes each in the Meiji hyakunenshi sosho (Meiji 100 year series) published by Hara Shobo as follows: Taishi Kaikoroku 2v. as v. 69-70 of the series in 1968, Zoku Taishi kaikoroku 2v. as v. 211-212 of the series in 1973. Collections F161 HACIJ Meiji bunka zenshi (Complete collection on Meiji culture), ed. by Yoshino Sakuzo and others. Nihon Hyoronsha, 1927-1930. 24v. DS/882/M49 Reprinted in 1955-1959 in 16 volumes. Valuable collection of materials to about 1890, in an original edition of 24v. and a new edition consisting of material selected from the former and

Page  111 111 F162-F164 F165-F169 three new volumes, embodying bibliographies, arranged chronologically, on the following (I=lst ed.; II=2nd ed. Arabic numerals denote volumes): Constitutional documents (1-4, II-1), popular rights (1-5, 11-2), foreign relations (1-6, II-11), politics (1-7, 11-3), law (1-8, 11-13), economics (1-9, 11-12), education (I-10), religion (I-11), literature (1-12), novels on current themes (1-13), translations of foreign literary works (1-14), thought (1-15), foreign culture (1-16, 11-7), newspapers (1-17, 11-4), magazines (1-18, 11-5), civilization and enlightenment (1-20), social affairs (1-21, 11-6), miscellaneous historical writings (1-22), science (1-24) and women's problems (11-16). Also included are chronologies of imperial visits (I-1), military affairs (1-23) and transportation (1-23), list of government-employed foreigners (1-16, 11-7) and chronological table of changes in manners and customs (I-19, II-8). [H170] F162 mH)W A Bakumatsu Meiji shinbun zenshu (Collection of newspaper articles during the later Tokugawa and Meiji period), ed. by Meiji Bunka Kenkyukai. 2nd ed. Sekai Bunko, 1961-1962. 7v. DS/881/M51 Collected, re-edited or reprinted papers from 1861 to 1872. F163 1 ifi ti Shinbun shusei Meiji hennenshi (Chronicle of the Meiji period compiled from newspapers). Zaisei Keizai Kenkyukai, 1934-1936. 15v. DS/882/N17 Brings together articles on a wide range of subjects from some 200 newspapers from 1862 to 1912, with chronology of major events and classified list of source materials, arranged chronologically, in each volume. General index of about 130,000 entries in v. 15. [H174] F164 i pfrflt~E Shinbun shusei Taisho hennenshi (Chronicle of the Taish5 Era compiled from newspapers). Taisho-Showa Shinbun Kenkyukai, 1966-. In progress. DS/886/S54 Same as the above, except that the volumes consist of photographic reprints of original newspaper articles, and much of the material is unreadable due to aging of the originals. F165 ~ k l~l~ -t Shinbun shusei Showa hennenshi (Chronicle of the Showa period compiled from newspapers). Shinbun Shusei Taisho Showa Hennenshi Kankokai, 1955 -In progress. DS/889/S54 Same in arrangement and scope as the Meiji series, except that for this series one volume is planned for each year of the Showa period. F166 H ff-1AMeiji hyakunenshi sosho (Collection of materials on the hundred years of the Meiji period). Hara Shob5, 1967 -In progress. Reprint series of important historical books published during the Meiji period. More than 250 books were published as of 1977-1978. Asia Library, U of M, catalogs them separately. F167 _t;_ -1^Hf1 ff4 Shiryo Meiji hyakunen (Meiji centennial historical materials). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1966. 738p. DS/885/A83 Divided equally between a chronology and a collection of 188 documents, accompanied by charts and statistical tables, biographical sketches of 463 people related to politics, economics, etc. Section on documents is arranged chronologically under 188 subject headings with reference to sources. F168 %ft {Xj4 Gendaishi shiryo (Source materials on contemporary Japan). Misuzu Shob5, 1962-. In progress. DS/889/G34 A.L. has 45 volumes as of 1978. A collection of reprints of source materials from 1920 to 1945, mostly on political and social movements. Illustrations F169,ILH5I *]3 ~/ ~. j7tp. Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Kensei Shiryoshitsu. Kensei hiroku: Meiji, Taisho, Showa (Inside history of constitutional government during the Meiji, Taish5. and Showa eras). Sangyo Keizai Shinbunsha, 1959. 221, 6p. DS/840/K82 Contains photographs of major personages and events associated with the constitutional government, 1868-1940. Intended

Page  112 112 F170-F173 17 7d_1 7.Q - - - - - - ~~~.. J. fI. —.. -.. I,.7 for the general public, with good quality reproductions, captions and subtitles in English. Includes many famous letters and documents in photographic reproductions. F170 -AteN Iij/IJ- 11M 114 Kanamori, Tokujiro and Yamaura, Kan'ichi. Nihon seiji hyakunenshi (A history of the Japanese government during the past 100 years). Jiji Shinposha, 1953. 318p. DS/841/K16 Basically a collection of photographs, chronologically and topically arranged, covering 1853-1953, with emphasis on foreign relations, documents, leaders, and illustrations from the contemporary press, with some cartoons. F171 Ah'f 1X9J F1'1Wr f CDi Karasawa, Tomitaro. Zusetsu Meiji hyakunen no jidoshi (An illustrated history of Japanese children. Kodansha, 1968. 2v. HQ/781/K18 Children's social life at home and at school from Tokugawa to recent times, illustrated in more than 5,000 items from school texts and audio-visual materials to toys and clothing. Contains useful charts, introduction in English, etc. Reproduction quality of the photos is generally good. F172 KlJH A4ADdESLL Shashin zusetsu Nihon hyakunen no kiroku (Pictorial record of Japan's past century). Kodansha, 1960-1961. 3v. DS/885/K83 V. 1 covers the second half of the 19th century with illustrations of all types of people, places, and things. V. 2-3 are mostly on the military history of the 20th century, with less coverage on cultural affairs. Each volume has an individual title: v. 1, Kindai no kaimaku (The raising of the curtain on the modern era) 1852-1900; v. 2, Sekai to Nihon (The world and Japan) 1900-1930; v. 3, Gendai no tenbD (A look at the present era) 1930-1960. F173 [B]J)'fCDe. Meiji hyakunen no rekishi (History of the hundred years since Meiji). Kodansha, 1968. 2v. DS/885/M53 Covers Japanese life and events from 1868 to 1968 such as folk, cultural and social movements, arranged in topicalchronological order. A popular book, but useful; photographic reproductions are generally good. F174 OHfMIrT M- T^^%^F^ Asahi Shinbunsha. Shashin de miru sengo Nihon (Postwar Japan through photographs). 1955. 11, 208, 17p. DS/889/A92 A topically-arranged collection of daily news photos of major events and personalities, 1945-1955. Most of theevents are sensational such as riots, disaster, gangs, war trials, etc. Captions only, no texts. F175 -Asft fifT M SCD^ Nihon Kindaishi Kenkyukai. Zusetsu kokumin no rekishi (Illustrated history of the nation). Kobunsha, 1963-1965. 20v. DS/835/N656 A popular pictorial history. F176 J H fta-. Showa Nihonshi (History of Showa Japan). Akatsuki Kyoiku Tosho, 1976. 14v. as of 1978. DS/888.2/S573 A social, cultural and political history in pictures from 1926 onward. WAR AND POSTWAR PERIOD, 1941 -ImF177 tPA Hiroshi. Taiheiy sens Imon, Hiroshi. Taiheiyo senshi bunken kaidai (An annotated bibliography of the history of the Pacific War). Shin Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1971. 330p. Z/6207/W8/I35 Lists monographs published 1941-1970 and postwar journal articles on World War II in the Pacific area except China. Arranged by region or country, with a special section on illustrated books, personal narratives, and general or service-related accounts. Most of the entries are annotated briefly. Author index. F178 H iE*i: HZ.]M~iQ! Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai. Nihon senryo bunken mokuroku (Bibliography on the Allied Occupation of Japan). 1972. 24, 349p. Z/3306/A5/N67 Classified list of 6,083 entries, many with annotations. Gives romanized readings for names of authors and titles; also gives location of the materials. A list of periodicals, and organizational charts. Indexes. F179 Ward, Robert E. and Shulman, Frank J. The Allied Occupation of Japan, 1945 -1952: An Annotated Bibliography of

Page  113 113 F180-F183 F1 84-F1 88 Western Language Materials. Chicago, American Library Association, 1974. 20, 867p. Z/3308/A5/W17 The United States version of the Occupation. Covers the published materials up to 1972, including monographs, documents, articles in journals and newspapers. Arranged by subjects, beginning with "pre-surrender planning," in chronological order and under subject by names of authors. Charts and indexes. F180 S,'tj W1 j R Gaimusho. Shusen shiroku (Historical records of the termination of the War). Shimbun Gekkansha, 1952. 1054p. D/814.3/A35 Documentary compilation of public and private records on Japan's decision to end the War. F181 International Military Tribunal for the Far East. Documents. The complete set is available in microfilm. The Asia Library holds a nearly complete mimeographed set. A detailed description of the documents is in American Political Science Review, v. 18, no. 5, Oct. 1949, pp. 1010-17, an article by Delmer M. Brown. A functional index to the documents was published in the University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies Occasional Papers, no. 6, 1962, entitled The Tokyo Trial, compiled by Paul S. Dull and Michael Umemura. F182 H R TA Nhi1q -k T~^ 7 4 It-( D M Nihon Kokusai Seiji Gakkai Taiheiyo SensoGen'in Kenkyukai. Taiheiyo Senso e no michi (The road to the Pacific War). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1962-1963. 8v. D/742/J3/N69 The first seven volumes are a detailed and well documented history of the causes of World War II, arranged chronologically from 1926 through 1941; each volume has a chronology and index. V. 8 contains reproductions of the major documents used in writing the history, arranged in chronological order; its detailed table of contents helps to overcome the lack of an index. F183 AlbiA Rf fHfkLWf3A84 Okuyama, Masur6. Sengo sesoshi jiten (Post-war social conditions dictionary). Tokyodo, 1975. 15, 32, 282p. DS/889/045 from August, 1945 to February, 1975. Each entry is explained by excerpts from the Asahi Shimbun with occasional additional comments by the author. LOCAL HISTORY Bibliographies F184 H i B-W -X Nihonshi bunken bibliographical Chihoshi Kenkyu Shobo, 1974-. nenkan (Japanese history annual) '75, by Kyogikai. Kashiwa Z/3306/N67 Pt. 1 lists books and articles published in the previous year, mainly on local history. Pt. 2 contains a directory of local historical societies, a list of historical journals, etc. Author index. F185 HQ'fl]3i tW VIU^ Atsuzaka, Rintaro. Chihoshi bunken sogo mokuroku (Comprehensive bibliography of regional histories). Gannado, 1970 -1975. 3v. Z/3307/A1/A85 An annotated bibliography listing 12,111 works on local history, published since 1868, arranged by prefectures, and with library location. Contains bibliographies of sources consulted and addresses of various libraries. Title index in v. 3. F186 H>$4t A ^ W^ ^_ Nihon Rekishi Gakkai. Chihoshi kenkyu no genjo (State of the study of local history). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1969. 3v. Z/3307/A1/N67 Signed bibliographical essays, arranged geographically. They originally appeared in the journal Nihon rekishi during 1964-1968 as reports on the state of current research. F187 H%*N*t~A^ *~+t4H, QKA Nihon Toshokan Kyokai. Kyodo no Shiryo Iinkai. Kyodo shiryo mokuroku soran (Compendium of local history bibliographies). 1965. 52p. Z/3307/A1/N68 443 entries cover materials published between 1952 and 1963. F188 r lfi{ H W]I2HU~ -*!1 Takahashi, Bonsen. Nihon chiho shishi mokuroku sakuin (Bibliography of local histories, indexed). Daito Bunka Includes important events and incidents

Page  114 114 F189-F191d F191e-F196 Daigaku, Toyo Kenkyujo, 1969. 576, 126p. Z/3307/A1/T13 An annotated listing, by prefecture or kuni, with local subdivisions, of 5,700 books, published between 1868 and 1947. Readings are given to all place names. Title index. F189 mLR1X am i-i X IfJj $PI fi E* - Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Nihon chiho shishi mokuroku soran (Catalog of Japanese local history bibliographies). 1971. 5, 162p. Z/3307/A1/K82 An annotated bibliography, arranged by prefectures, of about 1,300 post-1868 local history books. Title index. F190 [w'7X wY K H-t-J: Kokugakuin Daigaku Shigakkai. Zenkoku chihoshi bunken mokuroku k5 (Check list of Japanese local history). 1960. 299p. Mimeo. Z/3307/A1/K78 (Union catalog of materials on local history of Osaka in public libraries of the prefecture) as of March 31, 1962. 1963. 13, 219, 138p. (Osaka Furitsu Toshokan series 7). Z/3307/08/082 F191e i rh t SSttt m $W Kansai Daigaku Toshokan. Kansai Daigaku shozo Osaka kankei shiryo mokuroku (Catalog of materials on Osaka in Kansai University Library) as of Jan. 1, 1960. 297p. (Kansai Daigaku Toshokan series 6). Z/3307/08/K16 Nihon keizaishi bunken, L32, edited by Honjo Eijiro and others contains a section on local history, Chiho shishi bunken. Some of the older but useful publications are: F192 NtfVtIW r a^E Naimusho Chirikyoku. Chishi mokuroku (Catalog of local gazetteers). Ookayama Shoten, 1935. 202p. Z/3306/A3 F191;a$t e JLt J[3W ~ H4IfitRhki Keio Gijuku Daigaku. Bunka Chiri Kenkyukai. Nihon kenbetsu chishi mokuroku (Catalog of Japanese prefectural geographies). Kogakusha, 1955. 244p. Z/3307/A2/K27 F193 VFAHWJA4X H N t- i Takagi, Toshita. Kazo Nihon chishi mokuroku (Catalog of Japanese local history books in the author's possession). Oyamamura, Hy5go-ken, 1927-1930. 2v. Z/3306/T13 F191a ~ Saito, Masaei. A Select List of Books on Tokyo, 1868-1971. University of Michigan, Asia Library and Center for Japanese Studies, 1975. 162p. Z/3307/T65/S13 Arranged by subjects, listed in minute table of contents. Covers all segments of life in Tokyo and its wards. List of annual publications by and on Tokyo appended. F191b 3,^WSPff'f- Pfi A- H U Kyotofu shiryo shozai mokuroku (Union catalog of works on Kyoto prefecture) as of March 31, 1966. Compiled by Kyoto Toshokan Kyokai and Kyoto Furitsu Sogo Shiryokan, 1968. 762p. Z/3307/K9/K97 F191c. i A5_L- A- 4 _^ MClPW 'Ji',n -~xitJ Kyoto Furitsu Sogo Shiry5kan. Kyotofu kankei zasshi ronbum mokuroku (Bibliography of periodical articles related to Kyoto) as of Dec. 31, 1969. 1971. 1153p. Z/3309/K9/K972 F191d )fIS:Kg d W tf HO, Osaka Furitsu Toshokan. Osakafu kokyo toshokan kyodo shiryo sogo mokuroku F 194 1t1 r r A}tiMt' Wada, Mankichi. Kohan chishi kaidai (Annotated bibliography of old printed editions of gazetteers) rev. ed. by Asakura Haruhiko. Kokusho Kankokai, 1974. 250p. Z/3306/W12 A reprint of 1916 edition with some revisions. Dictionaries F195 AihtAF AdA Hanshi Kenkyukai. Hanshi jiten (Dictionary of han history). Akita Shoten, 1976. 542p. DS/871/H25 Entries are by han, arranged under regions and kuni. Han and family name indexes. F196 i~ w ~ft # kRA Otsuka Shigakkai. Kyodoshi jiten (Dictionary of local history) rev. ed. Asakura Shoten, 1969. 24, 647p. DS/833/087 Explains 1,290 entries, each with a few references, primarily on Tokugawa socio-economic history but including

Page  115 115 F197-F201 folklore, archaeology, entertainment and general culture. Illustrations, tables and indexes. [H177] There are many dictionaries published by various prefectures in recent years. Some of them are: Biographical Dictionaries ~kW Akita jinmei daijiten. 1974. 468p. DS/895/A68/A365 Aomori-ken jinmei daijiten. 1969. DS/895/A8/T65 899p. Okayama-ken jinmeikan. 1974. 674p. DS/895/041/0416 Ryiukyii jinmei chimei jiten. 1964. 206p. DS/895/R9/S16 K-chiken jinmei jiten. 1971. 422p. DS/895/K76/K67 Higo Jinmei jisho. 1973. 272p. DS/895/K865/S92 Cyc lopedias Tsugarushi jiten. 1972. 468p. DS/895/A8/H67 Ishikawa-ken daihyakkajiten. 1975. 954p. DS/895/I78/I75 K5chi-ken hyakka jiten. 1976. 987p. DS/895/K76/K66 Kumamoto-ken minzoku jiten. 1965. 328p. DS/895/K865/M38 Okinawa bunkashi jiten. 1972. 16, 572p. DS/895/R9/Ml8 Toyama-ken daihyakka jiten. 1976. 998p. DS/895/T75/T72 Ky-to jiten. 1967. 875p. DS/897/K8/K97 Ryiukyushi jiten. 1969. 1042, 25p. Handbooks F197 ~~f~~t~ Chihoshi Kenkyi Kyogikai. Chihoshi kenkyiu yaran (Manual for the study of local history). Hashiwa Shob3, 1973. 281p. DS/801/C48 A directory of local history researchers and organizations. Lists society publications, publishers of history books, etc. Supersedes Chih~shi kenkyiisha, 1962, and Chih~shi kenkyiisha meibo, 1966. F197a ~~f-~t~t~~i ~ l~f~~~f'4:;-;ii Chihoshi KenkyU Kyogikai. Chih~shi kenkyusha meibo (Directory of local history researchers). Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1966. 185p. DS/801/C48 F198 *t, TOti * W 5~iJ ft JtQ_1 f idf J[0oVhL Kimura, Motoi and Hayashi, Hideo. Chih~shi kenkyU no hhho (Local history research methodology). Shinseisha, 1968. 33lp. DS/834.95/K48 Consists of topical essays by specialists with illustrations and bibliographical citations. No index. F199 Wj-hf4RM Arisaka, Takamichi and Fujimoto, Atsushi. Chihishi no kenkyTi to henshu (Study and compilation of local history). Mineruba Shob3, 1968. 5, 304p. DS/834.95/A67 Includes a bibliography of post-1868 books on local history, arranged by prefectures. F200tA tE ~4 Chihoshi KenkyUi Ky~gikai. Chihoshi kenkyU hikkei (Manual for the study of local history). Iwanami Shoten, 1952. 316p. (Iwanami zensho). DS/835/C53 Useful introduction, with explanation of the best approaches to local studies from primitive times to the present; references, maps and plates. No index. tH178] F201 e F3~~k Jf-h}KPA Chih'shi KenkyUi Kyigikai. Kinsei chih~shi kenkyU nyiimon (Introduction to the study of Tokugawa period local

Page  116 116 F202 F203-F204 history). Iwanami Shoten, 1955. 316p. (Iwanami zensho). DS/834.7/C53 Explains how to use and evaluate documents on village administration, with facsimiles, notes on reading them, examples of village picture-maps, land registers, directories, records of religious conversions and five-man groups, etc. Annotated bibliography and chronology appended. Index. [H179] F203 -i~J tir tl - Saito, Gesshin. Zotei Buko nenpyo (Chronology of greater Edo) rev. and enl. ed., ed. by Kaneko Mitsuharu. Heibonsha, 1968. 2v. (Toyo Bunko series, v. 116, 118). AD/145/T75 See F132. Collection Chronologies F202, t J1.)~ lL —q Sogo chihoshi dainenpyo (Comprehensive chronology of local history) by Kodama Kota and others. Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1967. 1922p. DS/895/A1/S68 A useful set of 70 separate regional chronologies, arranged according to the traditional eight regions from north to south, and by kuni, covering from the 600s to the 1870s when the new prefectural divisions were promulgated. Each year contains one or two major events with exact dates and names of the sources of information. General index of names of persons and places, and subjects. Maps, bibliography, glossary, outline charts, etc. appended. F204 )l3I~i KH >IUc MI 2 t Dai Nihon Chiri gakkai. Dai Nihon chishi taikei (Systematic collection of Japanese regional gazetteers) rev. and enl. ed. by Ashida Koreto. Yuzankaku, 1957-1968. 42v. DS/810/D13/1957 A photographic reprint of the 1929 edition, divided into 42 volumes. Arranged with up-dated preface added to each chapter.


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Page  117 117 G1-G2 G3-G5 BIOGRAPHIES Biographies of religious workers, statesmen, artists, literary figures and others are listed in the sections on their fields of activity. General works, such as encyclopedias, and specialized dictionaries, also contain biographies. Newspaper yearbooks give directory-type information on contemporary persons and a section on obituaries. Bibliographies G1 S~L~r~v~ ~ Ji ~' -'J ~ F, Il-lKokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Jinbutsu bunken sakuin (Index to biographical literature). Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan, 1967-1972. 3v. Z/3308/B62/K78 Z/3308/B62/K782 Z/3308/B62/K783 A series of bio-bibliographical indexes to all types of post-1868 literature: articles in anthologies, journals and newspapers, monographs, books in series, pamphlets, etc. Each index is divided into sections on Japanese and foreigners, each of which alphabetically enters several thousand prominent figures who have been active in a given field. To date, three parts have been issued: Jinbun (1967), covering items on cultural figures published 1945-1964; Keizaishakai (1969), on economic and social personages; and Horitsu-seiji (1972), on people in law and government. Foreign and Japanese name indexes. G2 H*JAWMEM H<)X, Hosei Daigaku Bungakubu Shigaku Kenkyushitsu. Nihon jinbutsu bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese biography). Heibonsha, 1974. 4, 1199p. Z/3308/B62/H85 A bibliography and index which lists many thousands of historically prominent Japanese from all fields, in kana order, giving bibliographical citations to biographical works: monographs, works in series or collections, or articles in anthologies and periodical or serial publications —issued from 1868 to 1966. Excludes biographical dictionaries and similar works. G3 H2 Ii 4 jt Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigai. Bunkakei bunken mokuroku (Liberal arts bibliography). XIV: Nihon kindaishi, denki hen. 1963. 65p. Z/3301/A4 An annotated kana order listing of Japanese-language monographs and periodical articles published 1935-1961, on major figures in modern Japanese history, with a separate list for foreigners. Each entry gives the title, author, date of publication, book publisher or journal volume/issue number. G4L H PE2 Tt{gd^- I l Tokyo Shiritsu Hibiya Toshokan. Denki shiryo sakuin (Index of biographical articles). Tokyo Shiyakusho, 1928 -1938. 5v. Z/3308/B62/T66 Indexes portraits and biographical materials for each of several thousand historical personages from ancient times onward. G5 _ Takanashi, Koji. Ishin shiseki kaidai denki hen (Annotated bibliography of the Meiji restoration: biographies). Meiji Shoin, 1935. 378p. Z/3308/A4/T14 Entries, in kana order, of the names of 706 Restoration era personages and lists in full bibliographical detail biographical materials, including articles and pamphlets, published by or about each person between 1868 and 1934, briefly annotating the major works. Kana order title index. Appendix of selected biographical reference works for certain individuals. No

Page  118 118 G6-G8 G9-G13 pronunciations are shown. G6 If t - 'R 4- AT lA Mori, Senz5 and Nakajima, Masatoshi. Kinsei Jinmeiroku shusei (Compilation of early modern biographical collections). Renseisha, 1976-1978. 5v. DS/872/A1/K52 Covers photo-reproductions of 65 Edo period biographical collections of people involved in the art world — literature, poetry, painting, etc. V. 5, arranged by characters, is a general index to the collection and also to all the various other names used by artists and writers; includes explanatory notes on each book in the collection. Dictionaries G7 tAA: Dai jinmei jiten (Great biographical encyclopedia) 2nd ed. Heibonsha, 1953-1956. 10v. DS/834/D13/1953 One of the most comprehensive biographical dictionaires, this gives brief to medium length biographical sketches for about 50,000 deceased Japanese (v. 1-6), 8,000 living Japanese (v. 9), and 8,000 non-Japanese (v. 7-8). Western dates are used throughout, and entries are signed or sources shown except in v. 9. Kana order arrangement, with strokecount index for Japanese surnames, personal names, and pseudonyms; alphabetical (original spelling) index for non-Japanese. Index volume also contains a number of useful appendixes. The first edition (Heibonsha, 1937-1941, 9 v.) was titled Shinsen dai jinmei jiten and was similar in arrangement and scope. G8 H A\9R Dai Nihon jinmei jisho (Japan biographical dictionary) new edition, revised. Dai Nihon Jinmei Jisho Kankokai, 1937. 5v. DS/834/D132/1937 A standard dictionary of biographical sketches, showing reference sources for about 35,000 deceased Japanese from ancient times to publication date. Written in classical Japanese, with neng5 dates only. Kana order name index. Valuable appendixes contain a chronology, numerous genealogical tables, lists of artisans and swordmakers, and a dictionary of founders of noble houses. G9 RAn f At, Jinbutsu sosho (Biographical series), compiled by Nihon Rekishi Gakkai. Vols. 1-172 (as of October 1976). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1958- CT/1031/N69 A series planned to total 300 volumes when completed, with each volume covering one major historical figure. Each usually includes a concise chronology and bibliography. Oue, Shiro. Meiji kakocho: bukko jinmei jiten (Meiji era death register: a biographical dictionary of the deceased). Tokyo Bijutsu, 1971. 167, 1264p. DS/881.5/A1/092/1971 Gives brief biographical sketches for about 21,000 people who died between 1868 and 1912, based on a variety of records, chronologically arranged by dates of death. The 1971 edition is basically a photo-reprint of the author's self-published 1935 text, with an added kana order index. Gil f HtH L X h2-A kakch Inamura, TeLsugen. Taisho kakocho: bukko jinmei jiten (Taisho era death register: a biographical dictionary of the deceased). Tokyo Bijutsu, 1973. 470p. DS/885.5/A1/154 Similar to Meiji kakocho, G0O in scope and arrangement, treating about 400 people who died in 1912-1926, based mainly on newspaper obituaries. A chronology and an age-finding table are appended. Kana order index. G12 H{t f \ A Nihon kodai jinmei jiten (Biographical dictionary of ancient Japan), edited by Takeuchi Rizo and others. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1958-1977. 7v. DS/834/T14 Covers all persons who lived prior to 781 A.D., mentioned in any type of Japanese record, with major sources. Scheduled to consist of 7 volumes, with one volume of indexes. Pronunciations not included. G13 RWVI;A- aSA Takayanagi, Mitsutoshi and Matsudaira, Toshikazu. Sengoku jinmei jiten (Sengoku period biographical dictionary) revised and enlarged edition. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1973. 3, 325p. DS/869/al/T16/1973

Page  119 119 G14-G17 G18-G22 Gives brief biographical sketches, with Western dates, for several thousand military figures of the late 16th and early 17th centuries, arranged in kana order. Sources of information and pronunciation are included. The 1973 edition simply appends 50 pages of additions and corrections to a photoreprint of the 1962 edition. G14 Ua~i~ MF3A H* Ruiji denki dai Nihonshi (Biographical history of Japan), Yuzankaku, 1934-1936. 15v. DS/834/R93 A series of 15 subject biographies by different scholars on prominent Japanese from ancient times to the 1920s. Each volume has a section of detailed biographies for the most outstanding figures and a shorter dictionary section for lesser lights: 1) court nobles, 2) shoguns, 3) daimyos, 4) loyalists, 5) military commanders, 6) artists, 7) Buddhist priests, 8) Shinto priests, 9) authors and poets, 10) righteous and heroic figures, 12) industrialists, 13) modern naval officers, 14) modern army officers, 15) women, and general volume-by-volume table of contents. Pronunciations are not given. G15 FT H *AP, J <, Shin Nihon jinbutsu taikei (New Japanese biographical outline). T5ho Keizai Gakkai Shuppanbu. 1936. 2v. DS/885.5/A1/S556 Gives short to medium length biographical sketches and directory-type information for about 6,000 prominent people in the Japanese Empire as of the 1930s. Profusely illustrated. Kana order indexes in each volume. V. 2 deals with people residing in Manchuria, Korea and China. Name pronunciations not indicated. G16 HEi- EH* k A^ Hioki, Shoichi. Nihon rekishi jinmei jiten (Biographical dictionary of Japanese history) reprint ed. Meicho Kank5kai, 1973. 1037p. Gives sketches of Japanese historical figures from ancient times to 1930 in kana order. G17 X X- H *BAI f Haga, Yaichi. Nihon jinmei jiten (Biographical dictionary of Japan). Shibunkaku, 1969. 203, 1174p. DS/834/H14 arrangement of entries by personal names or pseudonyms in kana order. Stroke count indexes to personal names, pseudonyms and surnames included. G18 5l1Z~ ( ) EH3 * tA Kurishima, Yamanosuke (Sagoromo). Nihonshi jinmei jiten (Biographical dictionary of Japanese history). Rekishi Toshosha, 1975. 893p. DS/834/K94/1975 Reprint of Kurishima's 1904 work. Contains several thousand people from ancient times to 1904, entered under each person's most common name in kana, followed by the full formal name in kanji with furigana. Four indexes (excluding surnames): other appellations written in kana; those written only in kanji (jion index); strokecount (for unusual names); and names which include numbers (meisu). Appended are a chronology and a dictionary of fictional characters. Entries are in classical Japanese, without punctuation. G19,P E A -- iA Toda, Teizo. Shinpen jinmei jiten (Biographical dictionary) revised edition. Kokumin Tosho Kankokai, 1953. 808p. CT/203/T63 G20 t7{141- H- {LRfiARA Kishiro, Shuichi. Nihon bunkajin jiten (Biographical dictionary of Japanese culture). Gakushusha, 1952. 317p. DS/834/K62 G21 H *AfA-t Mainichi Shinbun Tosho Henshubu. Nihon jinbutsu jiten (Japanese biographical dictionary). Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1952. 332, 24p. DS/834/M22 Dictionaries: Anecdotal G22 Wtfi- PWt4 EH3 J t iA A Shirai, Kyoji and Takayanagi, Mitsutoshi. Nihon itsuwa daijiten (Encyclopedia of Japanese anecdotes). Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1967. 8v. DS/833/N53 Contains one major anecdote for each of about 3,700 famous persons who lived from ancient times onward. Kana order entries, without furigana for entry names. Anecdotal passages are reprinted exactly as in the cited original, along with furigana for many difficult words. Biographical sketches, provided in headnotes. Name and subject indexes. Reprint of 1914 edition. Useful for its

Page  120 120 G23-G27 G23 Siht f/k^M Mori, Senzo. Jinbutsu itsuwa jiten (Anecdotal dictionary of prominent people). Tokyodo, 1963. 2v. DS/872/A1/M85 Contains a brief biographical entry plus one or more anecdotes for each of roughly 1,400 famous people who lived during the years 1592 to 1889. Kana order entries, with furigana for names and sources of anecdotes. Personal name index. Continued by Mori's Meiji and Taisho jinbutsu itsuwa jiten, G24 below. G28-G30 G24 4tfMori, jiten Meiji Senzo. Meiji jinbutsu itsuwa (Anecdotal dictionary of prominent era people). Tokyodo, 1965. 2v. DS/883/M85 A continuation and expansion of Mori's Jinbutsu itsuwa jiten, G23, with similar features and arrangement, covering about 900 famous people who lived between 1785 and 1889. Personal name index in birth-year order. G25 _ SiLEjzi ^_M m_ Mori, Senzo. Taisho jinbutsu itsuwa jiten (Anecdotal dictionary of prominent Taisho era people). Tokyodo, 1966. 438p. DS/885.5/A1/M86 A sequel to Mori's Meiji jinbutsu itsuwa jiten, G24, with the same features and arrangement, treating people who were born between 1867 and 1895 and died between 1912 and 1965. G26 itfffKl2i H *O M;P-A t?3ih Tsubota, Kazuo. Nihon no rekishi — jinbutsu tanb5 (Japanese history — a look at the personalities). Akatsuki Kyoiku Tosho, 1974-1976. 20v. DS/835/N/6725 This survey text, aimed at a popular audience, deals with the warriors and military history, and to a lesser extent with court and Buddhist doings. Covers from ancient times to the Showa period. Half of each volume consists of photographs of people and artifacts, many in color, with locations. Brief subject index in each volume. Furigana accompany most words. Dictionaries: Names of personal names) supplemented with dictionary of hard-to-read surnames. Tokyodo, 1959. 306p. CS/3000.7/A68 The main part is a kana order list of characters by their common "Chinese" (on) reading, showing the various possible readings for each. The second part lists initial personal name characters by their Japanese (kun) readings. The third part lists miscellaneous characters, compound characters (jukuji), titles used as personal names, foreigners' names, etc. A stroke count index. Supplement lists unusual surnames by stroke count. G28 Ad_ Sat -l- 39 ~4 kW Shinozaki, Teruo. Jitsuyo nandoku kisei jiten (Practical dictionary of difficult Japanese names) enl. ed. Nihon Kajo Shuppan, 1973. 6, 3, 419p. CS/3005/S55/1973 Consists mainly of a pronunciation dictionary of surnames, arranged by stroke count, with a stroke count index. Also includes a dictionary of difficult given names. Not as well organized as O'Neill's Essential Kanji, D14. G29 WtlO RAS1ttllS Nakayama, Yasumasa. Nankun jiten (Dictionary of difficult readings). Tokyodo. 1956. 4, 579p. PL/675/N16 One of the handiest dictionaries. Pt. I lists in stroke count order and briefly defines all types of words with difficult or unusual readings except for personal and place names, which are covered in pt. 2. Appended is a list of words and names involving numbers (meisu). G30 ~Jt. M Wll SInoue, Yorikuni. Nankun jiten (Dictionary of difficult readings) reprint ed. Keiseisha, 1933. 526p. PL/675/I58 Lists, in stroke count order, unusual readings and compounds used in roughly 8,000 proper names from ancient times onward, giving pronunciation, source, type (whether personal, family, place, river, etc.), and a brief explanation plus one or more quotations. Old, but quite handy and easy to use. Stroke count and kana order indexes. G27Arak, Ryz. N riten Araki, Ryozo. Nanori jiten (Dictionary

Page  121 121 G31-G35 G36-G40 Dictionaries: Pseudonyms G31 a7[; 9 J-lJ Wakimizu, Ken'ya. Senken meika betsugo bessho jiten (Dictionary of other names and pseudonyms of past sages and masters). Ishizaki Shoten, 1960. 278p. Especially useful for art connoisseurs, it lists in kana order the pseudonyms and other names, with the real names, of calligraphers, artists, and those associated with them, including patrons, writers, tea masters and craftsmen. Indexed by first characters. [H24] G32 n74k! WA; Suzuki, Toz5. Giiinmei jiten (Dictionary of made-up names). Tokyodo, 1963. 6, 446p. CT/1833/S96 Not a "biographical" dictionary, this defines several thousand made-up or slang terms for people and things, detailing their derivation, use, etc. Directories: Who's Who G33 kA{o $ Jinji koshinroku (Biographical directory) 1st ed. Jinji Koshinjo, 1903 -Biennial. DS/885/A1/J62 The most comprehensive of the who's who serials, the latest edition lists in kana order about 110,000 prominent living Japanese in all fields, summarizing their education, careers, achievements, family relationships, etc. Also gives standard directory-type information. Full pronunciation of names is given. Index. G34 HX AW i4 Nihon jinjikoshin soran (Japanese biographical directory). Nihon Sogo Tantei Ky5kai, 1961-. Annual. DS/885.5/A1/N62 A massive work, similar to Jinji koshinroku, G33, and as comprehensive and detailed. Gives brief biographical sketches and directory information for about 105,000 prominent Japanese residents, including foreigners, currently active in every field. Kana order arrangement. Index. Name pronunciations are given. G35 H 4*4~t Nihon shinshiroku (Directory of prominent Japanese). Kojunsha, 1889- Annual. DS/885.5/A1/N68 One of the most comprehensive who's who directories. Most volumes cover between 100,000 to 200,000 prominent Japanese and foreigners. Entries include place and date of birth, profession, title, office and residence addresses. No pronunciation for names. G36 H T -i'~ Nihon shin'yo shinshiroku (Japan credit directory). T5ok Himitsu Tanteisha, 1962-. DS/885.5/A1/N66 G37 \ Kokusai jinji meikan (International biographical directory). Kokusai Tantei Kyokai, 1969-. DS/885.5/A1/K86 Gives standard directory information for some 50,000 people, including some foreigners, currently active in Japan. Kana order arrangement. Pronunciations are not given for names. G38, QHt-;~4 I Sankei Nihon shinshi nenkan (Sankei yearbook of Japanese personages). Sangyo Keizai Shinbunsha, 1958 -Biennial. DS/885.5/A1/S22/1970 Gives brief biographical sketches and standard directory information, in kana order, for many prominent Japanese, especially company officials. For most years there is a supplementary volume, Sankei kaisha nenkan, which gives detailed information on colleges, government offices, and business firms. Kana order character indexes. G39 ^)JAk$ Taishu jinjiroku (Popular who's who). Tokyo Teikoku Himitsu Tanteisha, 1925 -Biennial. DS/885.5/A1/T3 Gives brief biographical sketches and standard directory information on about 120,000 prominent Japanese, divided into sections on western and eastern Japan, each arranged in kana order. Only the most difficult pronunciations are indicated. G40 H BP~U Zen Nihon shinshiroku (All Japan who's who). Jinji Koshinjo, 1950-. Biennial. DS/885.5/A1/J7/196 Gives brief directory-style information on about 100,000 prominent Japanese, in kana order, with pronunciation indicated for most names.

Page  122 122 417-G46 G47-G51 G41 1H1 *AA Nihon jinjiroku (Japan directory) 1st ed. Chuo Tanteisha, 1956 -G42 Ii -fJ i Dai Nihon shinshiroku (Who's who in Japan) 1971 ed. Tokyo Tanteisha, 1970- G43 ff AtJ Gendai jinbutsu jiten (Contemporary biographical dictionary). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1977. 1767p. CT/203/J3/G34 Covers 6,731 names of people who lived after 1945, including 2,400 Westerners. Chinese and Koreans are listed by Japanese readings of names. Gives readings for difficult characters, and short biographies. List of government officials, list of Westerners, indexes. G44 ItNLhPh kA A Sho to kiroku no jinmei jiten (Dictionary of prize winners and record holders) enl. ed. Jiyu Kokuminsha, 1975. AY/1156/Z5/S56/1975 Covers 9,000 people or groups who collected over 300 different prizes and records since the end of World War II to 1973, with additions covering through May 1975, in all fields from politics to sports. Who's Who: Specific Fields G45 t- r&-(l- tf LA iUt Chosakuken daicho —Bunka jinmeiroku (Copyright register —a cultural who's who). Nihon Chosakuken Kyogikai, v. 1-, 1951-. DS/885.5/A1/B942 Lists authors, artists, journalists, organizations, schools, libraries, museums, galleries, members of the Japan Copyright Council, etc., with comprehensive indexes of names, pseudonyms, etc. The most convenient reference source for contemporary Japanese copyright holders. [H26] G46 9A RH) b&HkfPt t tT Takamura, Itsue. Dai Nihon josei jinmei jisho (Biographical dictionary of Japanese women) 3rd ed., rev. Kosei kaku, 1942. 715p. DS/834/T135/1942 Medium length biographical sketches of about 2,000 women mentioned in Japanese historical writings from ancient times onward. Pronunciations and information sources are given. Kana order arrange ment. Stroke count character index. occupations and skills index. Appended are lists of empresses, princesses in religious orders, etc. G47 tHfL J fAk i Gendai shuppan bunkajin soran (Survey of people in current publication and culture). Nihon Shuppan Kyodo Kabushiki Kaisha, 1947. 408p. Supplement, 1948. 136p. DS/885.5/G33/1948 Covers writers and scholars in the period 1943-1948. The main volume consists of a biographical dictionary of 3,590 active writers, an index by specialty (the novel, drama, foreign language and literature, etc.), and an obituary section for about 400 people who died between 1943 and 1946. The supplement adds about 900 people. Superseded by Chosakuken daicho bunka jinmeiroku, G45. G48 f-t. Ji, Gakushikai. Kaiin shimeiroku (Membership directory). Biennial through 1963-1964. Annual from 1965 -CT/1830/G14 A directory of graduates of seven imperial universities: Tokyo, Kyoto, Tohoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido, Osaka, and Nagoya; and two overseas prewar imperial universities, Taiwan and Keijo. G49 >-y- - - HK- 4 Konsaisu jinmei jiten —Nihon hen (Concise biographical dictionary —Japan). Sanseido, 1976. 1282, 55p. DS/834/K85 A handy dictionary with brief entries for about 13,000 Japanese from ancient times to the present. Appendixes include various genealogical charts. Stroke-count Kanji index. G50 nCg 5'A MP tjMonbusho Daigaku Gakujutsu Kyoku. Nihon hakushi roku (Directory of Japanese doctorates). Teikoku Chiho Gyosei Gakkai, 1956-. Annual. CT/1830/N69 V. 1 lists about 40,000 Japanese who received their doctorates from 1888 through 1955. Subsequent volumes cover the preceding year. Organized by field in earlier volumes, by institution in later ones. Pronunciations are not given. Name index. G51 $ lAt t^t

Page  123 123 G52-G55 G56-G60 Monbusho Daigaku Gakujutsu Kyoku. Gakuiroku (List of doctorates). 1922 -1954. LB/2391/J3/A44 The predecessor of Nihon hakushi roku, G50. G52 H t it Nihon jokunsha meikan (Directory of Japanese medal holders). Nihon Jokunsha Kyokai, 1969. 1483p. DS/885.5/A1/N65 Gives the type and date of award, home address, and associational and employment positions for every recipient of a national medal of decoration given from 1964 to 1969. Pronunciations accompany all names; some photographs. G53 H4A$ Nihon shokuinroku (Directory of Japanese officials). Jinji Koshinjo, 1947 -Biennial. DS/805.15/N66 A detailed directory of over 30,000 public and private organizations such as national and local government offices, universities, organizations, banks, and business firms, and their officials. Entries are by names of institutions, giving for each a brief historical and financial outline, addresses of all its major units, and titles and names of all major officials. Works in English and Other Foreign Languages G54 The Japan Biographical Encyclopedia and Who's Who 3rd ed. Reng5 Press, 1964. 10, 105, 2377p. CT/1830/J35/1964 Gives biographical sketches for 15,200 Japanese from ancient times onward, stressing post-1868 personages. Appended are maps, a glossary, a directory of leading companies, and lists of chief government offices. Index. G55 O'Neill, Patrick Geoffrey. Japanese Names: A Comprehensive Index by Characters and Readings. New York and Tokyo, John Weatherhill, Inc., 1972. xvi, 359p. CS/3000/058 An aid to the correct readings of common Japanese family and personal names (13,500 family and 11,000 personal names); historical, artistic, or literary figures' names (6,800); and place names (4,400). Entries are arranged into two sections: the first by characters in stroke count order, and the second by readings in alphabetical order. Contains a number of useful features, including a code system for name types, a radical chart, a radical index and a listing of possible alternate readings in descending order of probability. G56 Gillis, Irving Van Gorder and Pai, Ping-chi. Japanese Surnames. Peking, 1939. 370p. CS/3000/G47 Lists 9,335 family names in character stroke-count order, giving only one reading for each. Radical stroke-count index. G57 Gillis, Irving Van Gorder and Pai, Ping-chi. Japanese Personal Names. Peking, 1940. 157p. CS/3000/G48 Lists 3511 given names. G58 The Japan Times Directory of Foreign Residents 1951-. Japan Times, 1951-. Annual. DS/805/J36 A handy directory of foreign individuals and organizations and those of interest to foreigners who request to be listed. Arranged geographically in seven alphabetical sections. Appendices include directories of major Japanese government agencies, diplomatic corps, and various conversion and rate charts. G59 Fol'kman, E. A. Slovar' Iaponskikh Imen i Familii. Moscow, Gosudarstvennoe Izdatel'stvo Inostranhykh i Natsional'nykh Slovarei. 1953. Rev. 1958. 1070p. PL/683/F67 One of the best of the foreign language aids to pronouncing Japanese family or given names. Entries are by initial characters, in traditional radical order, transliterated into Russian. Foreign Names G60 WjffliE_ m Senda, Masao and others. Kan'yaku kanmei seiyo jinmei jiten (Dictionary of Chinese transcriptions of Western and Chinese names used by Westerners). Tenri Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1964. 5, 100p. CS/2-90/S47/1964 A revised and expanded version of the compilers' mimeographed draft, published

Page  124 124 G61-G63 G64-G68 in 1957, which was the initial attempt at a comprehensive work to identify Westerners who are sometimes referred to by Chinese names in Japanese history. Entries give the Chinese, kana, and original spellings, and dates, nationality, and major fields of work. Kana order kanji and original spelling indexes. G61 —;a- A 7>7 t3 i^ - WW-m*400 Yunesuko Higashi Ajia Bunka Kenkyu Senta. Shiryo oyatoi gaikokujin (Materials on foreigners in government employ). Sh5gakkan, 1975. 8, 524p. DS/836/S56 The first half is a detailed guide in essay form, to the bibliography and the location of source materials on foreigners employed by government agencies from 1868 to 1889, arranged by subject and area of employment. The second half is a list of all such foreigners known. Each entry includes sources of material which have information on the person concerned. Appended is a bibliography of major writings by such foreigners on Japanese topics. Brief personal name index. GENEALOGIES G62, k Ai: Ota, Akira. Seishi kakei daijiten (Encyclopedia of surnames and genealogies). Seishi Kakei Daijiten Kankokai, 1934-1936. 3v. CS/1301/086 Reprint ed., Keifu Gakkai, 1938. i" ", Kokuminsha, 1942-1944, 6v. "t ", Kadokawa Shoten, 1963, 3v. G63 Hr - Sonpi bunmyaku (Genealogies of main and branch families) rev. ed., reprinted. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1958-1964. 5v. DS/804/K The best printed edition of the genealogies of the Imperial Family and aristocratic families who lived prior to the 14th century. Originally put together byToin Kinsada (1340-1399). Gives brief description of the life of each individual. Indispensable for the study of the Minamoto, Taira, Fujiwara, Tachibana and other ancient families. A useful companion to this is Sonpi bunmyaku datsuro (Addenda to the Sonpi bunmyaku), in the genealogical section of the series titled Zoku Gunsho ruijj, A66 (Sequel to the Gunsho ruiju). G64 ~ fk{ f t$,~ Dobashi, Sadashiro. (Zoho) Shoke chifu sekki ((Enlarged) Register of genealogies of various houses). Zoku Gunsho Ruiju Kanseikai, 1966. 16, 361, 56p. CS/1304/D63/1966 Reprint of the 1839 Shoke chifu sekki. First written in 1686 by Dobashi Sadashiro. Genealogical tables of upper class court officials' families in the Edo period. Prefatory notes and indexes. G65 IE-J75a- M Masamune, Atsuo. Shokeden (Genealogies of various houses). Jichi Nipposha, 1968. 2v. CS/1304/S56/1968 A collection of detailed genealogies of court nobles from ancient times to the end of the Tokugawa period. Arranged by family status, beginning with the Fujiwara. It parallels his Jige kaden, G66, which treats low-ranking court officials, and is similar to Kugyo bunin, but includes some people who are not mentioned therein. The 1968 edition is a photo-reprint of the 4 volume 1939-1940 edition, appended with indexes to family names and genealogical tables. G66 YiB-k t} JiTfd Masumune, Atsuo. Jige kaden (Family histories of low-ranking court officials). Nihon Koten Zenshu Kankokai, 1937-1938. 6v. (Nihon koten zenshu, 6th series). Not in A.L. Lists court officials below the 5th rank, from ancient times to 1852. Arranged by family names, with birth and death dates, appointments, etc. Originally compiled by Mikami (Hata) Kagebumi at the end of the Tokugawa period. General table of contents and index of names by strokes. G67 -S S t L~* g,"H Ota, Akira. Dojoke keifu taisei (Compilation of genealogies of court nobles). Sogensha, 1941. 18, 296p. Not in A.L. Gives brief genealogies, to 1868, of the families of nobles who in the Tokugawa period had access to the Emperor or performed important functions; with ranks, histories, positions, addresses, burial place, and notes on individuals. G68 m:hAliE M*_U Tabata, Yoshimasa. Dankafu (Genealogies of extinct families), revised by Saiki Kazuma and Iwasawa Yoshihiko. Zoku

Page  125 125 G69-G71 G72-G77 Gunsho Ruiju Kankokai, 1968-1969. 3v. CS/1304/T15/1968 Revised edition of the author's unfinished manuscript of 1809. A collection of genealogies of 880 Tokugawa vassal families who lost their status or became extinct during the 200-year period of 1600-1800. Arranged in i-ro-ha order of family names. Index. G69 OT At -PEH Shintei kansei choshu shokafu (Kansei era collated genealogies of many families). Newly revised. Zoku Gunsho Ruiju Kanseikai, 1964-1967. 26v. CS/1304/K16/1964 The basic work, a total of 1,520 books, completed by Hotta and others in 1812, was based on genealogies which the Bakufu ordered to be prepared by the various daimyo and vassals in 1799. Arranged by main lineages (e.g., Taira, Fujiwara), it gives genealogies and brief biographical sketches of prominent Tokugawa era people to 1798, with notes on the relationships between main lineages and branch houses, and family histories. This is an enlarged edition of the 1917-1918 text published by Eishinsha, with additions of a set of family, personal (imina), other (y5mei, tsusho, etc.), official post, and province name indexes in the last four volumes. G70, N Keizu soran (Collected Japanese genealogies). Kokusho Kankokai, 1925. 2v. AC/145/K78/ser. 4 A collection of over 150 genealogical tables, taken mostly from those in pre-Meiji genealogical works. Ranks, birth and death dates, and major accomplishments of each individual are usually included. This edition was reproduced from the original 1915 2-volume work. G71 HLB - H -s Hioki, Shoichi. Nihon keifu soran (Genealogical survey of Japan). Meicho Kankokai, 1973. 36, 984p. Reprint of 1936 ed. DS/834/H47 A standard collection of genealogical tables of prominent families, arranged by imperial families, court nobles, samurai, religious sects, scholarly and art schools, etc. Appended are charts and tables on court ranks, official posts, administrative organization, daimyo, and others. Table of contents, no index. G72 XSU flji~ Ohoshi, Yoshiaki. Zaikai kakeifu taikan (Compendium of financial world genealogies). Gendai Meishi Kakeifu Kankokai, 1971. 64, 1002p. HS/461.5/A2/Z27 Each page treats a major contemporary financial leader and includes a photograph, name reading, directory information, biographical sketch, and genealogical chart. Kana order arrangement. Name index. G73 Mi@ Mt.jR Ohoshi, Yoshiaki. Gendai zaikai kakeifu (Contemporary financial world genealogies). Gendai Meishi Kakeifu Kank5kai, 1968-1971. 5v. HC/461.5/A2/G32 G74 4TW, Zakiai kakeizu gies) rev. ed. 10, 33, 667p. (Financial world genealoJinji Koshinjo, 1962. HC/461.5/A2/Z3 IMPERIAL FAMILY, COURT NOBLES, MILITARY FAMILIES G75 kFfm - Togashi, Junji. Koshitsu jiten (Encyclopedia of the Imperial House). Meigen Shobo, 1976. 284p. Reprint of 1941 ed. DS/822/T64 Explains, article by article, the provisions of the former Imperial Household Law and other regulations, including much information about practices and ceremonies. Genealogies related to the Imperial Family and various rescripts appended. Indexes. [H50] G76 0-04W tj#ft t Ishin Shiryo Hensankai. Gendai kazoku fuyo (Genealogies of the contemporary nobility) rev. and enl. ed. Nihon Shiseki Kyokai, 1929. 860p. CS/1304/N68 Lists in kana order 957 extant noble Japanese families, giving for each a brief history, concise genealogical table, and directory-type information on the current family head. Appended are tables, charts, and special indexes of nobles by type, origin, prefecture, etc. G77 wti-f d]A'iTt'~.2~, J4 -Sakamoto, Takeo. (Kaitei zoho) Kuge

Page  126 126 G78-G80 G81-G85b jiten (Dictionary of court nobles) rev. and enl. by Sakamoto Kiyokazu. Kokusho Kankokai, 1974. 395p. DS/834/S22 A list of about 2,000 distinguished court nobles from the Middle Ages onward, arranged by family names in family rank order and genealogical order, giving for each his rank, major accomplishments, and death date. Index of titles, family names, religious names, and all other types of appellations. Includes a chronology and a handy chart of offices. G78 >, thi{T Kugyo bunin (Appointment of court nobles) repr. ed. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1964. 6v. DS/804/K81 Gives in chronological order all known appointments from the time of Emperor Jinmu to 1868, to posts of imperial advisors (Sangi) and above, and conferments of ranks from the junior third and above. Indexes of personal, posthumous, and religious names and titles. Index volume added. G79 dTJ1P j. t, (Kaitei z5ho) Dai bukan (Great military register) rev. and enl. ed. Meicho Kankokai, 1965. 3v. Repr. ed. of 1940 (Kaitei) Dai bukan. JQ/1600/A4/H3 Standard compilation of the register covering from the Kamakura period to 1869, in chronological order. Bukan were a combination directory-handbook, issued annually and containing tables on personnel changes, official posts, ranks, lineages, han, family crests, and miscellaneous items of interest about the military ruling class. Index. G80,/JW~FM:,i: MU Oda, Akinobu. On'eiroku. Haizetsuroku (Register of the honored. Register of the extinct), rev. by Fujino Tamotsu. Kondo Shuppansha, 1970. 22, 374, 20p. (Nihon shiryo sensho 6). DS/803/N64/v.6 Two chronologically arranged listings: the On'eiroku indicating the amount of land the various daimyo gained between 1600 and 1685, and the Haizetsuroku showing which daimyo lost land during the same period. Entries are brief, usually giving only the kokudaka (stipend in rice), date, location, and allotments or expropriations. This revised edition is based on Oda's 1897 revision of his Shiseki shFran (1883-1884), as corrected with other sources. It is rewritten in postwar kanji and kana, and includes explanatory footnotes and an index of personal and place names. G81 jiqV-P 9i -^ Watanabe, Ichiro. Tokugawa Bakufu daimyo, hatamoto yakushoku bukan (Registers of the Tokugawa Bakufu, daimyo, sh5gunal vassals, and government offices). Kashiwa Shobo. 1967. 4v. JQ/1600/A4/W32 A chronologically arranged collection of all types of bukan (samurai rosters or military registers) originally published between 1742 and 1870, photo reprinted in reduced size. Some parts are illegible. No index. G82 R^k8~'tk Bunsei Tempo kokugun zenzu narabini daimyo bukan (Busnei Tempo era "kuni" and "gun" and military register). Jinbunsha, 1967. 536p. (Nihon chizu senshu). G/7960/N67 PORTRAITS, SYMBOLS, SIGNATURES G84 H 2 '^-'/ ~ Nihon Rekishi Gakkai. Shozo senshu (Selected portraits). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1962. 335p. DS/834/N73 160 black and white illustrations of paintings and sculptures of famous personages in Japanese history from ancient times to about 1868. Facing pages give artistic and historical background notes and indicate ownership of the original. Quality of reproduction varies. Others are: G85 P0_ n1*Za^ Morisue, Yoshiaki and Tani, Shin'ichi. Kokushi shozo shusei (Collection of Japanese historical portraits). Meguro Shoten, 1940-1944. 6v. DS/834.1/K79 G85a at HZlN Nara Teishitsu Hakubutsukan. Nihon shozoga zuroku (Japanese portraits: collection of paintings). Kyoto, Benrido, 1938. 2v. Not in A.L. G85b Y,*t-WLt+t H Df

Page  127 127 G8?-G90 G91-G95 Kyoto Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan. Nihon no shozo (Japanese portraits). Chuo Koronsha, 1977. 350p. Not in A.L. G87 T- M Takahashi, Ken'ichi. Hatasashimono (Flags and standards). Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1965. 332p. CR/115/J3/T13 A dictionary of 14th to 16th century Japanese flags, banners, streamers, and standards used by military commanders. Divided into three parts: a kana order dictionary of the items, arranged by military commanders' names; a brief section of quotations from old writings on various aspects of the subject; and a dictionary of flags and standards by type. Profusely illustrated, mainly with drawings from old works. G88.~, ~t> Tokyo Daigaku. Shiryo Hensanjo. Kao Kagami (Signature facsimiles). Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1964- Z/42/T65 V. 1, Heian Jidai, covers in chronological order 1,384 significant persons who died between 845 and 1185. For each individual it includes from one to five signatures, with background information on the sources for each. Name index. G89 /*kTWFA HtP7&~ Kinoshita, Keifu. Nihon kao taikan (Survey of Japanese signatures). Shuhoen, 1933. 24, 72, 215p. Z/42/K55 Covers 277 personages of historical importance in pre-Meiji times by means of a "genealogical outline" and a section on signatures. FAMILY CRESTS G90 ia flf H -t1X, - Numata, Raisuke. Nihon monshogaku (Japanese heraldry). Meiji Shoin, 1926. 1486p. CR/2551/N96 An authoritative and comprehensive historical survey of heraldry. Divided into two parts, a general and a detailed treatment of eight types of heraldry, including numerous illustrations, tables and lists. Index. The 1968 edition, published by Jinbutsu Oraisha, is a reprint, with the text reset into standard postwar kanji and kana. G91 fft —I f tv Ito, Kosaku. Monsho (Family crests). Bijutsu Shuppansha, 1969. 2v. CR/57/J3/I87 Covers several thousand family crests classified into six main types according to their derivation: heavenly phenomenon, flora, fauna, marks and characters, and man-made items. Besides the normal black and white drawings, it contains about 400 illustrations as actually used on a variety of things. Some explanatory texts. Inadequate index. G92 '~W, t~ Furusawa, Tsunetoshi. Monsh5 daishusei (Comprehensive collection of family crests). Kin'ensha, 1970. 294p. CR/57/J3/F96 Describes 5,500 correct family crests, including minute variations, plus 180 municipal and corporate crests. Good illustrations with captions including furigana for all kanji entries. The best for identifying crests. G93 Ef llR[J Eim^^l~,~ iE $, Yoshino, Takejir5. Zukai iroha biki hyojun monsho (Standard illustrated family crests in i-ro-ha order). Kin'ensha, 1954. 256p. CR/57/J3/Y65 Reprinted in 1969 by Nihon Senshoku Kankokai. DECORATIONS G94 At H H~,k, Pt' Sorifu, Shokunkyoku. Nihon no kunsho (Decorations of Japan). Kinokuniya Shoten, 1965. 129p. CR/6090/A22 Covers all postwar government orders and decorations —medals, ribbons, buttons, and cups —in bilingual text and plates. Japanese language directory of award recipients appended. G95 H*ff —= [ACi(D HO> f rM,,jt Togashi, Junji. Nihon no kunsho: kuni no hyoshoseido (Japanese decorations of honor: the national awards system). Daiichi Hoki Shuppan Kabushiki Kaisha, 1965. 9, 313p. CR/6090/F94 Covers the history, awarding, wearing, and legal aspects of all types of honors, awards, medals and decorations given by the Japanese government from Meiji times

Page  128 128 onward. Arranged by general type, then by specific award. Mainly charts and lists, with abstracts and texts of laws concerning all the major decorations. Illustrations are fair.


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Page  129 129 H1-H3 H4-H7 GEOGRAPHY One of the most difficult aspects of Japanese studies is finding proper readings of place names. The same characters may be read different ways, and in recent years cities have expanded their boundaries so that both new and old dictionaries and directories must be consulted to find the exact name. GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES H1 Hall, Robert B. and Noh, Toshio. Japanese Geography: A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1956. 128p. 1970 rev. ed. 233p. (University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies, Bibliographical Series, no. 6). Z/3302/M62 Annotated bibliographies of Japanese language reference and secondary works, articles, and books included. Arranged by broad subject area and format. The first edition has 1254 entries, including some on Japan's former colonies; the second has 1486 entries with a new "trade areas" section. No index. H2 mClt tC i Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference for Japanese Studies, with Descriptive Notes. V. II, Geography and travel. 1962. 164p. 1973 rev. and enl. ed. 224p. Published by the Japan Foundation. Z/3304/K81/v.2 A topically arranged annotated bibliography of Japanese language books. The first edition contains 284 entries; the second has 472 entries. Author index. H3 iSBfl XRfi JiMT O tctE f O SC t Ishida, Ryujiro. Chirigaku kenkyu no tame no bunken to kaidai (Annotated bibliography for students of geography). Kokon Shoin, 1969. 13, 362, 23p. Z/6001/I78 aspects of geography. Title index. H4 01 fiJilW9 1f ^ Kozaki, Masao. Saikin chirigaku bunken mokuroku (Current bibliography of geography), v. 1. Kokon Shoin, 1931. 16, 12, 240p. Z/6001/K75 A list of articles from the major Japanese geographical journals, published 1910-1931. Only v. 1 was published. H5 Otsuka Chiri Gakkai. Chirigaku kankei bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of works on geography). 1936-1938. 3v. Z/6001/089 An unannotated bibliography, arranged by subject, published 1934-1937, on all aspects of geography. H6 Atyta^ ^a^^a5t Jinbun Chiri Gakkai. Chirigaku bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of geography). Kyoto, Yanagihara Shoten, 1953 -V. 1-. Z/6001/C54 A comprehensive listing of Japanese books, series, and journal articles published since 1945, arranged by subject. H7 TibJ{R A- PHU Uyama, Yasuo. Jinbun chiri bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of cultural geography). Yamaguchi Koto Gakko, 1951. 179p. Z/3308/G33/U97 Classified index of articles in 17 journals, 1923-1950. Contains about 700 postwar works on all

Page  130 130 H8-H12 H13-H16 PLACE NAMES Dictionaries H8 [H7 A5S QL: i t-s Ota, Tamesaburo. Teikoku chimei jiten (Dictionary of Japanese place names). Sanseido Shoten, 1912. 3v. DS/805/087 A pronouncing dictionary of about 40,000 brief entries covering the history and characteristics of all types of places and sites in Japan. Stroke count and kana order indexes. H9 iix Yamanaka, Jota. Chimei gogen jiten (Etymological dictionary of place names). Azekura Shobo, 1968. 458p. DS/805/Y18 In kana order, this work attempts to explain the origins of several thousand Japanese place names. Ainu names are treated in the appendix. H10 rt1 H3CI-1 AMH*14tRYoshida, Togo. Dai Nihon chimei jisho (Dictionary of Japanese place names). Fuzanbo, 1969-1971. 8v. DS/805/Y65 Comprehensive compilation of about 44,000 entries, arranged by region. For each place the origin of its name, detailed information on its geography and history, remarks on its famous sites or features, and relevant excerpts from old documents, are given. Kana order and stroke count indexes. Originally published in 1900-1909, this enlarged edition contains notes found after Yoshida's death, and a revised index. H11 H Nihon chimei daijiten (Encyclopedia of Japanese place names). Nihon Shobo, 1937-1938. 6v. DS/805/N68 Gives geographical and historical data on prefectures, cities, towns, villages, provinces, counties, mountains, rivers, lakes, etc., with subordinate units, shrines, temples and scenic spots covered under cities, towns and villages. Includes old names. [H207] H12 Hft 3k 4 Nihon chimei jiten (Dictionary of Japanese place names). Asakura Shoten, 1954-1956. 4v. DS/805/N69 H13 14tij^-$ Nihon chimei daijiten (Encyclopedia of Japanese place names). Asakura Shoten, 1967-1968. 7v. DS/805/N69 The above two dictionaries are edited by Watanabe Akira and others. They contain short signed entries, arranged by regions and prefectures. The 1954 edition has an index in v. 4, while the 1967 edition has an index to each volume devoted to one region. H14 t X gt^A -\ [H t - t I i& it Nihon Hoso Kyokai. Nihon chimei hatsuon jiten (Pronouncing dictionary of Japanese place names). Nihon Hos5 Shuppan Kyokai, 1959-. DS/805/N695 (A.L. has 3v.) V. 1, Kanto and Ko-Shin-Etsu; v. 2, Chubu; v. 3, Kinki; v. 4, Chugoku. Each is divided into two parts, the first giving by prefectures the names of cities, counties, towns, villages and village sections and the second giving names of mountains, rivers, capes, islands, railway stations, airports, lighthouses, etc., each with pronunciation, characters and location. Pt. 1 has syllabary and character indexes. Pt. 2 has an index of unusual names. [H209] H15 HifJ H N t t I'YA Maeda, Kiyoshige and Miyoshi, Seibi. Chu-Nichi-0 taisho sekai chimei jiten (World gazeteer in Chinese, Japanese, and European languages). Tenri Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1967. 9, 176p. G/106/C6/M23 A list of about 7,000 place names, entered A-Z under the initial Chinese character in Pinyin romanization, and giving for each the spelling in Chinese characters, Japanese kana, and English and local variants. Locates places by approximate latitude and longitude. Indexes. Directories, Gazeteers H16 WP t iVF i [ I Naimusho. Chiriyoku. Chimei sakuin (Place names index). Yushodo Shoten, 1967. 2v. DS/805/A47 Reprint of 1885 ed. A listing of all known Japanese rural and urban communities and administrative units, as of 1884, arranged in initial character

Page  131 131 H1 7-H22 H23-H28 stroke count order. Gives pronunciations. H17 HJI|O B^te d1 Ogawa, Takuji. Nihon chizucho chimei sakuin (Place name index for Nihon chizucho —the Atlas of Japan). Seishido, 1923. 497p. DS/805/034 A companion volume to Ogawa's Shi-choson oaza yomikata meii, H25. Lists political units and geographical place names, arranged in kana order. Difficult names indexed by stroke count. H18,'~:~ ~l4lt:~ Kanai, Hiroo. Zenkoku chimei sakuin (Index for Japanese place names). Zenkoku Chimei Sakuin Kankokai, 1976 -V. 1-. DS/805/K16 Intended as a detailed kana order longitudinal-latitudinal index to 1:5000 and 1:20,000 maps, this also functions as a handy pronouncing gazetteer. Each volume covers a region. H19 HsW~1tJl ~HI JMIJ-: Kensetsusho. Kokudo Chiriin. Zenkoku to-do-fu-ken shi-cho-son betsu menseki cho (Nationwide area survey by prefecture, city, town, and village). 1968. 158p. HD/916/A27 Based on 1966 survey. H20 ~FitT;JH )@: Saishin shi-cho-son azamei taikan (The newest dictionary of names of cities, towns, villages, and aza) 1960 ed. Nitchi Shuppan, 1959. 373p. DS/805/S14 A pronounicng list of place names arranged by prefecture. Kana order index. Also shows areas of latest amalgamations and includes some maps. Formerly published as Zenkoku shi-cha-son azamei taikan. H21 -B t -1_, Zenkoku shi-cho-son yoran (Nationwide survey of cities, towns, and villages). Compiled by Jichisho Gyoseikyoku Shinkoka. Pub. by Daiichi Hoki Shuppan, 1963-. Annual. DS/805/Z54 Arranged by prefecture giving current population, area, amalgamations, old and new names, administrative offices and office holders, etc. Index. H22 Wi H MR -i,",~~!mi k ff Shinkyu taisho saishin zenkoku shi-cho-son meikan (Up-to-date comparative list of new and old names of Japanese cities, towns, and villages) 1964 ed. Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1964. 180, 73p. DS/805/A48 Gives name changes arranged by prefectures and districts. Revised yearly. Index. H23 Sr^W m Saishin zenkoku shi-cho-son meikan (Upto-date dictionary of Japanese cities, towns, and villages under prefectures, with streets and village sections, as of May 1 1963. Indexes. DS/805/S15 H24 Japanese Place Names, Arranged by Characters: "FADTMACK". Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Areas, 1945. 355p. (CINCPAC/ CINCPOA Bulletin no. 159-45). DS/805/U6 H25 /xJ)Il0# TW ^ *7 _ Ogawa, Takuji. Shi-cho-son oaza yomikata meii (Classified list of readings for city, town, village, and oaza names). Seishodo, 1925. 453p. DS/805/0343 Includes names of communities and political units which had postal service. H26 itfi f t mijJ g Kensetsusho. Chiri Chosajo. Gun-shicho-son mei benran (List of district, city, town, village names). 1948. 225p. DS/805/A44 A pronouncing index to place names in the Geographic Survey Institute's base maps, arranged by prefecture. H27 _-: i Yubin bango bo (Postal code book). Yubin Bango Fukyu Kyokai, 1971. 148p. HE/7273/Y95 A "zip" code book. CARTOGRAPHY H28 WkMAP aH t-_ Akioka, Takejiro. Nihon chizushi (History of Japanese maps). Kawade Shobo, 1955. 9, 217p. 72 plates. GA/1243/A1/A34 An evaluative analysis of Japanese maps, including those of foreign origin, from ancient times through the Tokugawa era,

Page  132 132 H29-H33 H34-H37 organized on a map-by-map basis in chronological order. Bilingual captions. Useful as a bibliography of Tokugawa era maps. H29 JW t tAkioka, Takejiro. Nihon chizu sakuseishi (A history of the making of Japanese maps). Kajima Kenkyujo Shuppankai, 1971. 11, 156p. G/7960/A35 Japan). Seishodo. 1924. 8p. 61 maps. DS/805/034 Detailed topographic/administrative atlas of 1920-1924 Japan in 1:500,000 or 1:2,000,000 scale based on government survey maps. Readings of place names are given in Nihon chizucho chimei sakuin, H17. H34 +ft ~ H ~N iA t e Kensetsusho. Kokudo Chiriin. Nihon kokusei chizucho (The national atlas of Japan). Nihon Chizu Senta, 1977. 366p. English edition in Graduate Library Map Room. G/2355/K82 A supplement to Nihon kochizu shusei. Includes 118 illustrations of maps and map-making devices, with bilingual captions. ATLASES H30 I] ttj1 UH Nihon Kokusai Chizu Gakkai. Meiji iko honpo chizu mokuroku (Catalog of maps and charts issued since the Meiji era). 1969. 181p. Z/6027/J3/N67 A union list of holdings of 15 libraries in 3 parts: general maps by region, topographical and marine/aviation charts, and selected pre-Meiji maps of Japan. Shown for each map are its title, name of the cartographer, date of publication, size, and the name of at least one owner. A select bibliography of atlases, map collections, books on cartography, and references are appended. H31 LABL N I -1 Pfft A P t H U, Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan shozo chizu mokuroku (Catalog of maps held by the national Diet Library). 1966-1972. 6v. Maps are based on 1970-1971 data, at a scale of 1:4,000,000 in multi-colors. Arranged by subjects, giving physical features, climate, population, economy, society, with explanatory materials on facing pages. The final section contains 7 regional maps at 1:1,000,000 scale with an index to place names. H35 ffH+lU QH*Z 4AtfPW^tNI-' Tanaka, Keiji. Nihon to-do-fu-ken chizu sokan (The atlas of Japan). Nihon Kyozu K. K., 1968. 220, 269p. G/2355/T16 Contains topographical/administrative regional, prefectural, and local maps. Names are given in both Japanese and in romanized readings. Scale is 1:3,000,000 for prefecture maps. Includes area and population breakdowns, boundary changes, list of all public offices and branches, etc. Kana order index showing kanji, romanized readings, and location. H36 1 L 2S- HI*N B^ l,* Yamaguchi, Keiichiro. Nihon zushi taikei (Illustrated compendium of Japanese maps). Asakura Shobo, 1972-. 12v. DS/806/N697 A collection of post-1868 topographical maps, arranged by local administrative unit within each prefecture. Useful for identifying changes in boundaries, areas, streets, rivers, etc. H37 E~I]JGO:i; JA ih:M' Nihon Chiiki Kaihatsu Senta. Nihon retto no chiiki k5oz zushu (Regional structure of Japanese archipelago atlas). 1967. 114 folded sheets in a case. G/2355/N67 An unbound bilingual set of meshtechnique maps for Japan as a whole, and Z/6027/K7/K75 J33/K75 J32/K75 K76 K77 K78 K79 (1966, Taiwan and Korea) (1967, Hokkaido, Sakhalin, Kuriles) (1968, Tohoku) (1970, Kanto) (1971, Chubu) (1972, Kinki, Chugoku) (1973, Shikoku, Kyushu) Unannotated columnar listings by regions. H32 K Jllft t {. i lt uJd. kiE, R- t Hasegawa, Izumi, Chizu kankei bunken mokuroku: Meiji, Taisho, Showa (A bibliography of books and articles related to maps, Meiji, Taish5, Showa), Chizu Ky5kai, 1971, 277p, Not in A.L. H33 /JlO J T il H.It hl Ogawa, Takuji. Nihon chizucho (Atlas of

Page  133 133 H38-H42 H43-H46 hexagonal graphs for the prefectures. Divided into sections on physical features, tangible fixed assets, industry, transportation, communication and living space. H38 fH f IM l Kishocho. Nihon kikozu (Climatic atlas of Japan). Chijin Shokan, 1971-1972. 2v. G/7961/C8/A22 V. 1 has 59 maps, charts, and climatographs, focusing on temperature, precipitation, humidity, and air pressure. V. 2 has 90 plates covering mainly snow cover, cloud/sunshine, number of days with each type of weather, typhoon tracks, heavy rains, and such things as the first date of cherry blossoming, the first date of the appearance of cabbage butterflies, and so on. The scale is generally 1:3,000,000-1:6,000,000. Preface, table of contents, and plate titles are bilingual; legends and place names are in Japanese. The following titles are revised yearly, and are similar in arrangement of contents. H39 t P H *Q * M Kokusai Chigaku Kyokai. Shin Nihon bunken chizu (New prefectural maps of Japan). 1971-. Revised yearly. G7960/K78 Pre-1971 editions were published under various similar titles by different publishers. Arranged by regions and prefectures. Contains a pronouncing gazetteer, and gives zip codes, population, land area, etc. for each place name, and a section for names and addresses of all public institutions. Maps are in colors. Easy to use. H40 H Ml *M,0 ^ i Jinbunsha. Nihon bunken chizu chimei soran, narabini k5kyo shisetsu benran (Prefectural atlas and gazetteer of Japan). 1960-. Revised yearly. G/7960/J62 H41 HtIM EH Wti Nitchi Shuppan. Saishin Nihon bunken chizu (Latest Japanese prefectural atlas). 1964-. Revised yearly. G/7960/S15 H42 AX 1~ H*a tt5i s Jinbunsha. Nihon toshi chizu yoran (Japanese city maps). 1966. G/7964/A1/J62 47 large detailed color foldout street maps of major Japanese cities, shi, each with a pronouncing guide to the names of streets, etc. No index. Encyclopedias published by Heibonsha, Shogakkan, and others include an atlas of Japan as a supplement. ROAD MAPS H43 jtf 4 f+I rr{iit l, It Kishii, loshie. Shinshu gokaido saiken (New guide to five highways). Seiabo, 1973. 335p. 26 plates. 1 end-pocket map. DS/809/K62 Based on Tokugawa era maps and guidebooks, this revised edition traces the five highways —Tokaido, K5shukaido, Nakasend5, Oshukaido, and Nikk5kaido — and their branches. Gives notes and kana readings for place names, and illustrations. Subject index. Supplementary map appended. H44 f ' H3 {_in Uno, Shuhei. Nihon kaido soran (Guide to Japanese highways). Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1967. 317p. G/2356/P2/U56 Reproduction of Tokugawa era road maps: Dai Nihon dochu kotei saikenki taizen, and Gokaidochu saikenki, published with modern Japanese transliterations. ILLUSTRATIONS H45 m~J BH Z ( tJ. Kodanshaban Nihon no bunka chiri (Kodansha's cultural geography of Japan). 1968-1971. 18v. DS/811/K78 Arranged by prefectures, with one volume treating a general area. Each prefecture's volume covers various aspects of cultural, historical and economic geography, and has indexes of personal names, place names, and subjects. H46 HBiml{j Nihon chiri fuzoku taikei (Japanese geography and customs). Seibundo Shink5sha, 1959-1960. 13v. DS/806/N69 A cultural geography, arranged by regions. Each volume is divided about evenly between text and plates, charts and tables. V. 13 contains a general survey and detailed name and subject

Page  134 134 H47-H49 H50-H51 index to all volumes, including illustrations, making it useful as a manual. H47 ItQHV~iA+ H, Zusetsu Nihon kokudo taikei (Illustrated compendium of Japanese land). Seibundo Shinkosha, 1967-1968. 7v. DS/811/Z95 An economic and cultural geography of Japan, arranged by subject, illustrated with photographs, maps, charts, and other reference aids. General index in each volume. TRAVEL H48 Kanko hakusho (White paper on tourism) by Sorifu. Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1964-. Annual. G/155/J3/K2 Formerly called Ryotei to hiyo (Journeys and costs). [H223] The standard guide, useful both to travellers and as a quick reference aid for information on sites, localities, historical places, routes to various places and transportation costs. English edition: The New Official Guide: Japan, 1975-, is a handy condensed adaptation of the Japanese edition revised every few years. Travel Literature H50 VfkmtGendai kiko bungaku zenshu (Complete works of literature on modern travels). Shudosha, 1958. lOv. Illus. PL/753/G32 Accounts of travel since the Meiji period. H51 V EHW HAIiAA i^ Fukuda, Kiyoto. Nihon kindai bungaku kiko (Literary travels in modern Japan). Shinchosha, 1954. 2v. PL/722/F96 Account of the author's own travels, with relevant quotations from literary works of the Tokugawa period and of the Meiji period. Covers Japan's domestic and foreign tourism with statistics and charts. H49 ~H1AI r _ Zenkoku ryoko annai (All Japan travel guide) by Nihon Kotsu Kosha, 1970 -Annual. DS/811/N58

Social Sciences

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Page  135 135 J1-J4 J5-J7 W SOCIAL SCIENCES This section contains general works covering various fields in the social sciences, and publications of and about statistics. For special subjects, see individual subject headings. SOCIAL SCIENCES 1963. 161p. Z/7165/J3/S46 Bibliographies Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan zosho mokuroku 2. Shakai kagaku. (Catalog of the National Diet Library pt. 2. Social sciences). 1948-1958, 1959-1968. 1960, 1971. 3v. Z/955/J3/A52 J2 A APdt d t Af Detent Osaka Shiritsu Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Shakai kagaku bunken kaisetsu (An annotated bibliography of social sciences). Nihon Hyoron Shinsha, 1947-1953. 10v. Z/3308/P77/081 The only bibliographical guide in this field for the seven years from Sept. 1945 to June 1952. Though the emphasis is on economics, each volume has bibliographies of, and comments on books and articles dealing with other subjects. J3 H - z 7 A A T W i Nihon Yunesuko Kokunai Iinkai. Shakai kagaku bunken kaidai (Annotated bibliography of social sciences). Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1962. 296p. Z/7165/J3/A6 Lists books and articles published from 1945 through 1959 on sociology, law, politics, economics and cultural anthropology with annotations and remarks on academic trends in each field. No index. [J5] J4 r~[1 At H tft^ ^ H Seiwado. Sengo Nihon zasshi soran: shakai kagaku no bu (Directory of postwar Japanese magazines: social sciences). Lists about 1,000 magazines, mainly on economics and politics, being published as of March 31, 1963, with references to former titles, dates of first issues and suspension periods. Editors and publishers listed in appendix. [J6] J5 U.S. Bureau of the Census. Foreign Demographic Analysis Division. Bibliography of Social Science Periodicals and Monograph Series: Japan, 1950-1963. Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965. 4, 346p. (Its Foreign Social Science Bibliographies. Series p-92, no. 20). Grad Lib. Z/7161/U62/no. 20 J6 ~XA ifJLEfTI Aff X tH Tokyo Daigaku. Shakaigaku Kenkyujo. Sengo zasshi mokuji soran (Table of contents of postwar periodicals). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1976-1977. 2v. Z/6958/J3/S45 V. 1 covers politics, economics, and sociology. A chronological listing of the table of contents of periodicals published between August 1945 and Dec. 1949. No index. V. 2 not yet published. J7 vLIaWICI V 7 >2XGSH Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Chosa Rippo Kosakyoku. Refarensu bunken yomoku (Bibliographical references concerning principal subjects handled by the Legislative Reference Department, National Diet Library). 1960-. In progress. Z/3305/K812 Useful as a bibliographical guide for contemporary topics in law, diplomacy, economics, industry, sociology, labor and education. [J3]

Page  136 136 J8-J13 J14-J1 7 J8 frnj1RAY )P j i + I I _ Vt A Amano, Keitaro. Hosei keizai shakai ronbun soran (Index of articles on law, politics, economics, and sociology). Toko Shoin, 1927-1928. 2v. Z/7163/A48 Articles in about 100 journals, nearly all of any importance, on law, politics, economics and sociology, from their first issues to June 1926, are listed according to subjects in the main volume, and those in more than 50 journals, monographic series, etc., from their first issues to the end of 1927, in the supplementary volume. Author index. [J1] Kobe Shogyo Daigaku. Shogyo Kenkyujo. Keizai horitsu bunken mokuroku (A bibliography of law and economics). Hobunkan, 1927-1931. 2v. Z/7161/K76 An unannotated bibliography, arranged by broad subject, of books, pamphlets, journal articles, and newspaper articles issued from 1916 to 1930. Subject index in each volume. Dictionaries J10 t-^4' Sm,YfHfizUj Shakai kagaku daijiten (Encyclopedia of social sciences). Kajima Kenkyujo Shuppankai. 1968-1971. 20v. H/49/S47 economic history). Asakura Shoten, 1972. 579, 17p. Hc/461/E56 A dictionary of 1452 signed entries, covering Japanese economic and related social history from ancient times to the present. Pronunciations are indicated for each term. Subject index. History J14 rfl l t+ 0 An h,/-4f - Yoshida, Hideo. Nihon shakai keizai hennenshi (Annals of Japanese socioeconomic history). Kaizosha, 1928. 684p. DS/833/Y65 Covers important events and personalities in Japanese social and economic history from 660 B.C. through 1927. J15 WH'Xj Meiji hokan (Meiji treasures), comp. by Matsumoto Tokutaro. Hara Shobo, 1970. 2068p. (Meiji hyakunenshi sosho, 140). DS/882/M39 Reprint of a handbook issued in Meiji 25 (1892) covering politics, Imperial Household affairs, domestic affairs, finance, farming, commerce and industry, communications, education, shrines and temples, military law and politics, etc. Sources Signed articles on all subjects with emphasis on Japan and Asian countries. Arranged in kana order, gives definitions of terms with reference to related subject. Lack of a relative index makes it difficult to make full use of this encyclopedia. Jll FIR f9 Jq M 34 Shakai kagaku yogo jiten (Dictionary of social science terms) 2nd ed. rev. and enlarged. Kyoto, San'ichi Shobo, 1960. 326, 30p. H/49/I29 J12 t~4,f m i.- Gendai shakai kagaku yogo jiten (Modern dictionary of social science terms), ed. by Inami Takuichi and Nagasu Kazuji. Kyoto, San'ichi Shobo, 1967. 304p. H/49/I29 J13 H ~kmAktt MI Nihon shakai keizaishi yogo jiten (Dictionary of terms in Japanese socio J16 jAtklfjitaAff Kinsei shakai keizai gakusetsu taikei (Compendium of early modern social and economic theories). Seibund5 Shinkosha, 1935-1937. 18v. HB/51/K565 A collection of basic essays by 22 major Tokugawa period political and socioeconomic philosophers, each preceded by a detailed essay on the author and his works. Includes Kaibara Ekken, Kumazawa Banzan, etc. J17 +t4 +Tht Shiryo sengo nijunenshi (Documents of the history of postwar twenty years), ed. by Tsuji Kiyoaki and others. Nihon Hyoronsha. 1966-1967. 7v. DS/889/S57 Covers the political and economic development of the two decades after the

Page  137 137 J18-J21 J22-J28 war; v. 1, Politics; v. 2, Economics; v. 3, Law; v. 4, Labor; v. 5, Education and social conditions; v. 6, Chronology; v. 7, Supplement, table of contents for the first five volumes. Each volume is edited by specialists. STATISTICS Bibliographies J18 5Mj8jt j [ f i n Sorifu Tokeikyoku Toshokan zosho mokuroku: washo no bu (Catalog of the Library of the Prime Minister's Office. Bureau of Statistics. Japanese language materials) rev. and enl. ed., 1972. 1021p. Z/7161/J32 (A.L. 1955 ed.) Classified listing of materials. Title index. J19 R - >t- -l Minkan tokei chosa shiryo ichiran (Guide to non-governmental statistical materials). 1956-. In progress. Z/7554/J3/K24 Updated about every three years. Covers 320 private organizations related to economic, industrial and business companies and banks, arranged by issuing organizations. Each entry gives title, frequency or date of publication, basic contents, method of accumulation or data source, etc. List of 65 government organizations and their publications appended. J20 — ~f Pe=tt ~ i (ff M) Hitotsubashi Daigaku shozo tokei shiryo mokuroku (yobihan) (Catalog of statistical materials held by Hitotsubashi University (preliminary edition)). 1960-1963. 4v. A.L. has in microfilm V. 1, list by titles; v. 2-4, lists company histories in alphabetical order; v. 4 includes a list of prefectural and municipal statistics. J21 /1] 'A4) HPfiH t W W H Otaru Shoka Daigaku shozo Nihon tokei shiryo somokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese statistical materials in the collection of Otaru Commercial College). Otaru Shoka Daigaku Keizai Kenkyujo Shiryobu, 1973. 12, 271p. (Its Tokushu bunken mokuroku, 4). Z/7554/J3/087 J22 [ThJZ:IJl,. — 11t' W i Meiji iko todofuken tokeisho sogo mokuroku (Bibliography of post-1868 prefectural statistical materials). Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan, 1958. 150p. Not in A.L. A union list of the statistical materials held by 73 institutions as of 1956. J23 ft-, —filJ{t4 1 To-do-fu-ken tokei kankobutsu mokuroku (Catalog of prefectural statistical publications). Gyosei Kanricho Tokei Kijunkyoku, 1959 ed. 1960. 151p. Not in A.L. J24 MIt45hM^fA II To-do-fu-ken Tokeisho mokuroku (Catalog of prefectural statistical publications). Tokyo Daigaku Keizaigakubu, 1965. 292p. Not in A.L. Annotated Bibliographies See also Sengo Nihon rodo tokei shoshi, M45a. J25 4 m4 -Goto, Teiji. Honpo tokei shiryo kaisetsu (Annotated list of Japanese statistical materials). Sobunkaku, 1936. 273p. (Jitsumu tokei gaku koza, v. 18). Z/7754/J3/G68 Pt. 1 functions as a revised edition of Honpo shakai tokei shiryo kaisetsu, J26, by Takano Iwasaburo. J26 Az}iW-9 m~T^ 4*W Takano Iwasaburo. Honpo shakai tokei shiryo kaisetsu (Annotated bibliography of Japanese social statistics). Kaizosha, 1933. (In Honpo shakai tokeiron, pp. 395-550.) HA/1847/T13 J27 H Wi "nr R *,,S _t - Meiji nenkan fuken tokeisho shusei (Collection of prefectural statistical records of the Meiji period, microfilm edition). Yushodo Firumu Shuppan Yugen Kaisha, 1964. HA/1848/A1/M48 (microfilm) Commentary and complete catalog of the contents, by Yamaguchi Kazuo, published in a 61p. pamphlet. J28 RtRtW tt^4M Naikaku Tokeikyoku. Tokei shiry5 kaidai (Annotated bibliography of statistical materials). Zenkoku Keizai Chosakikan Rengokai, 1936. 647p. Z/7554/J3/A32

Page  138 138 J29-J33 J34-J35 Most basic survey of prewar statistical materials in Japan, with comments as well on statistical tables published by government offices, educational and private research institutions, etc. First issues of periodical publications are dated. Subject index. [J21] J29 ' t F^MM Sttrwn.t^ifttt-f Sorifu Tokeikyoku Toshokan. Honpo genko tokei shiryo kaidai (Annotated bibliography of current Japanese statistical materials) rev. and enl. ed. 1952. 327p. (Tokushu shiryo mokuroku, 2). Z/3308/S78/1951 A comprehensive list of current government and non-government statistical publications, including monographs and periodicals, classified by nine main categories. Author index. J30 Q_ MI 44 * - - - VktttW 1 V Sorifu Tokeikyoku Toshokan. Nihon shuyo tokei shiryo kaidai: Sengo no tokei shuppanbutsu (Annotated bibliography of principal Japanese statistical materials: postwar statistical publications). 1950. 208p. Mimeo. Z/7554/J3/A4 J31 1 -p-t A —W W Nihon tokei geppo: Shiryo kaisetsu hen (Monthly statistics of Japan: supplement, explanatory notes). Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1962-. Annual. HA/1831/A35 A convenient manual of statistics. Each issue has an introduction and 17 chapters corresponding to those in the Nihon tokei geppo. Index of statistical surveys, appended. Bilingual in earlier issues, but entirely in English in current issues. J32 ~,'f9, - f4 t ~,'J I f t0lJftf,~QHG U Sorifu Tokeikyoku. Sorifu Tokeikyoku kanko shiryo somokuroku (Bureau of Statistics catalog of published materials). 1966. 116, 16p. Z/7554/J3/A35 An annotated catalog of all publications of the Bureau since the early Meiji period. Organized under 14 main subject headings. J33 Ti + Ut- 01- SA @ tt i Shitei tokei, chosei hokoku, todokeide tokei ichiran (Designated statistics, approved reports, and notified statistics: a guide) 1961-. Gyosei Kanrich5 Tokei Kijunkyoku, 1963 -Annual. HA/37/J35/A14 Gives contents of all the statistical surveys of the previous calendar year that are required by, authorized by, or reported in accordance with the national statistics laws. J34 IFm7 fi'kJ: ff(LtYJ e, A Q Gyosei Kanrich5. Gyosei Kanrikyoku. Genko tokei chosa soran (General survey of current statistical surveys) 1973 -Zenkoku Tokei Kyokai Rengokai, 1974 -Annual. HA/37/J35/A15 An annotated listing of governmental and private statistical surveys required or approved by, or reported to, the Administrative Management Agency for the 5 years preceding the date of publication. Arranged by subject under 16 main headings: population, labor and wages, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, mining and manufacturing, electricity and gas, construction and housing, transportation and communication, domestic trade, household finances and prices, business and enterprises, money and banking, public finance, education and culture, society, health and hygiene, and justice. Indexes by name of conducting organization and by names of survey. Appended are an outline of 113 government-required statistics showing who compiled them and when and an outline of the various laws related to statistical surveys. Handbooks and Dictionaries J35 iE*Ft JIIP t RE a Kt '7'Masaki, Chifuyu and Matsukawa, Shichiro. Tokei chosa gaido bukku (Guide to statistical surveys). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1951. 309p. HA/29/M4 An annotated listing of 335 official Japanese social and economic statistical surveys conducted 1947-1951. Arranged in 18 standard statistical categories, for each survey it gives the survey's name, who made it, its purpose, history, basis in law, the items in it, main subjects, methodology, frequency of time period, how the data is organized, and where and how the results were published. Indexed by the name of the publication and by the name of the surveys. Based on the Rice reports of the first American Statistical Mission after World War II. The 18 categories are: population, labor, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, mining and manufacturing, construction, transportation and

Page  139 139 J36-J41 J42-J44 communication, domestic trade, foreign trade and balance of payments, prices and livelihood, business enterprises, money and banking, public finance, national income, production tables, national wealth and natural resources, education and culture, health and sanitation, social security and social welfare, justice, types of industries and employment. J36 PrttEit Gyosei Kanricho. Tokei Kijunkyoku. Shitei tokei chosa yogo teigishu (Definitions of terms in governmentrequired designated statistical surveys). 1962. 367p. HB/17/J34 Gives standardized definitions for terms based on those found in surveys conducted 1951-1960 as part of the so-called "designated statistics" required by national law. Kana order index. J37 - f - /J^ Sorifu Tokei Shokuin Yoseijo. (Shinpan) Tokei shojiten (New dictionary of statistics). Ichiryusha, 1969. 4, 359p. HA/17/J35 A pocket size dictionary, with some handbook or manual functions. Its dictionary of terms is useful. J38 tlZ- Qft ^M0m$ Yuzuriha, Bunkichi. Tokei yogo jiten (Dictionary of statistical terminology). Tokei no Tomosha, 1949. 142p. HA/17/Y95 J40 H~ itt I Nihon tokei sakuin (General index of Japanese statistics), comp. by Senmon Toshokan Kyogikai. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1959. 41, 1483p. HA/1832/S47 The standard and the most comprehensive index to Japanese statistics, covering regular surveys taken since 1945 and irregular ones since 1950. Arranged under 30 major subject headings, each entry gives the name of the statistical item, the date or frequency of the survey, an outline of the contents, the name of the survey, the surveying organization, and a citation to the published source where the results may be found. Appended are a list of statistical research projects, arranged by organizations, and a detailed bilingual listing of statistical materials. Subject index. J41 A tt- ti c l Tokei joho sosakuin (Statistical information general index), comp. by Sorifu T5keikyoku. 1977. 889p. Z/7554/J3/A33 Formerly entitled Tokei hokokusho (Statistical reports). Pt. 1 covers the bibliographical information of statistical reports, arranged under publishing organizations (mostly governmental) with subject index at the beginning. Pt. 2 lists names of statistical reports with content notes under names of organizations. J42 H*ft it I Nihon tokei sakuin (Comprehensive index to Japanese statistics), comp. by Kawashima Kenkyu Jimusho. Nichigai Associates, inc. 1975-1977. 2v. Z/7554/J3/N65 Indexes the most recent 24,079 statistical tables contained in 144 reports grouped under about 10,000 subject headings in kana order. List of references at the end. The supplement volume, published in 1977, arranges the reports by countries of origin and by regions. Compilations J43 Ht ft Nihon tokei nenkan (Japan statistical yearbook), comp. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. No. 1, 1949-. Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1949-. Annual. HA/1832/A21 Continuation to: Nihon Teikoku tokei nenkan, v. 1-55, 1882-1936. Dai Nihon Teikoku t7kei nenkan, v. 56 -59, 1937-1941. Nihon tokei nenkan, v. 1-. 1949 -The official collection of Japanese statistics. Arrangement and scope vary with time, but it has always tried to present all the basic known economic, demographic, cultural, and social statistical data. The postwar series, of which v. 1 also covers the wartime years, has bilingual tables, kana order subject indexes, and lists of sources. Tables usually extend back 5-10 years, or, on certain matters, back as far as data is available. J44 HH]ti _t Nihon Teikoku tokei tekiyo (Resume statistique de l'Empire du japon). Compiled by Naikaku Tokeikyoku. 1887 -

Page  140 140 J45-J49 J50-J53 1939. 53v. HA/1832/D13 Japanese-French bilingual tables based on those in the Nihon Teikoku tokei nenkan. J45 -I /ak Shinmi seihyo (1871 government tables), comp. by Dajokan Shikyoku. Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1961. 54p. HA/1832/A22 A photo reproduction of the double leaves, 1872 ed. The first government statistical report, mainly on economic matters. J46 kI,-i )tY t iDai Nihon Teikoku Naimush5 tokei h-koku (Statistical bulletin of the Ministry of the Interior, Great Japanese Empire), comp. by Naimu Daijin Kanb5 Bunshoka. 1886-1944. 52v. Annual HA/1835/A26 Similar in form to the Nihon tokei nenkan, but much more detailed concerning the administrative affairs of the Interior Ministry, such as local government, elections, police, etc. J47 H[DJ Ot Nihon no tokei (Japanese statistics), comp. by S5rifu Tokeikyoku. Okurash5 Insatsukyoku, 1956-, triennial; 1964-, annual. HA/1832/N67 Designed for the average reader, this is a compact compilation of basic statistical tables, classified by categories, each covering 3-5 years and each with sources indicated. J48 R t Kokkai tokei teiyo (Diet statistical abstract)/Statistical abstracts of Japan, comp. by Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan Chosa Rippo Kosakyoku, 1949-. Annual. HA/1833/A25 A concise ready reference for national legislators. J49 H *[A t Nihon kokusei zue (A charted survey of Japan), comp. by Yano Tsuneta Kinenkai. Kokuseisha, 1927- HC/461/A32 1927-1935, 1941, 1943, 1948-1952, biennial; 1954-, annual. Based on official statistics, but it provides extensive commentary and illustration for each table. J50 ~<H Tjk — + Nihon Teikoku tokei zensho (Complete statistics of the Japanese Empire), comp. by Tokyo T5kei Kyokai. 1902 -1928. 2v. HA/1845/T65 V. 1 consists of 385 time series statistical tables, covering early Meiji to 1899-1900, extracted from the Nihon Teikoku tokei nenkan, J43; it was published in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Tokyo Tokei Kyokai in 1902. V. 2, published in commemoration of the 50th anniversary in 1928, has 325 tables, covering from early Meiji up to 1924-1926. The scope of both volumes is wide; 30 categories cover social, economic, cultural, government, and other aspects of Japan. J51 N H K HW]-f 4 t- -C fI NHK Hoso Gyomukyoku Shiryobu. Meiji hyakunen shiryo: suji de miru hyakunen (Meiji centennial materials: 100 years through figures). 1967. 151p. HA/1845/N67 A handy compilation of basic statistical tables in chronological order, covering from early Meiji to 1964-1965, arranged in 16 categories, including a broad variety of economic, social, and government aspects of Japan. Detailed and well documented; intended for laymen. J52 t 'IrM h Dai toshi hikaku tokei nenpyo (Comparative annual statistical tables of metropolitan areas) 1936-. 1938-1942 (4v.), 1955-. Annual. HA/1849/A1/D2 (A.L. incomplete) The publishing city rotates: Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, or Kita-Kyushushi. Contains 100-150 tables comparing the statistics of the cities in about 20 categories: land and climate, population, establishments, agriculture and fisheries, industry, domestic trade, foreign trade, finance, prices and household expenditures, labor, houses and buildings, transport and communications, electricity, gas and water, education and culture, health, public welfare, police, justice, firefighting, public finance, elections and government officials, and income. J53 H Tt6f - Nihon toshi nenkan (Municipal yearbook of Japan), comp. by Zenkoku Shichokai. Jichi Nipposha, 1931-1943, 1948-1952, 1955-. Annual. HT/147/J3/N7

Page  141 141 J54.T55 A collection of lists, tables, charts, etc., comparing 644 cities in the subjects of area and population, city government, etc.; statistics reflect the previous year's findings. First compiled by Tokyo Shisei Chosakai under bilungual headings. J54 mn A+ m Sorifu Tokeikyoku hachijunen shik5 (Eighty years of the Bureau of Statistics of the Prime Minister's Office), ed. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. 1951. 21, 758p. HA/1837/A3 A detailed chronological description, 1871-1951. Scattered throughout are a variety of statistical forms, lists, outlines, charts, and reference materials. J55 We'ffnt j St-tj}~ -i -A Sorifu Tokeikyoku. Sorifu Tokeikyoku hyakunenshi shiryo shusei (Collection of materials on the hundred years history of the Bureau of Statistics of the Prime Minister's Office). Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1973-. In progress. HA/37/J35/A25 V. 1 covers the period from 1871 to 1947. A collection of regulations, laws, memorandums, and other documents relating to the functioning of the Bureau of Statistics. Includes a few SCAP documents in English, a chronology, and a detailed table of contents. V. 2, pt. 1 published.

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Page  142 142 K1-K3 K4-K5b POLITICAL SCIENCE Government and politics, foreign relations, legislatures are included. Historical background materials are listed under History, section F, or by special subject. Bibliographies K1 H1Mf 07- H IF1fttk t Nihon Seiji Gakkai. Nihon seijigaku bunken mokuroku (Publications of political science in Japan) 1965-. Fukumura Publishing Co., 1967-. Annual. Z/7161/N67 Each volume is divided into two parts: pt. 1, a list, in Japanese and English, of books and articles published in Japan during the preceding year; pt. 2, abstracts of selected works. K2 Ward, Robert E. and Watanabe, Hajime. Japanese Political Science: A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials rev. ed. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press for the Center for Japanese Studies, 1961. 11, 210p. (The Center's Bibliographical Series, no. 1). Z/3303/M62/no.l A classified and annotated bibliography of 1,759reference and secondary books in Japanese dealing with post-1868 events in Japanese politics, government, ideology, law, public finance, social movements, public opinion, international relations, political science, and related fields. Author index. K3 LIAMY Lt i9t Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, with Descriptive Notes. V. 9A: Politics. University of Tokyo Press, 1970. 9, 178p. Z/3304/K81 A partly annotated bibliography of 565 Japanese language works of uneven selection on politics, government, political science, and international relations. K4 A iBRit= i "F FZ5 Hi UIA Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Gikai seiji bunken mokuroku (A bibliography on parliamentary government). 1961. 444p. Z/7165/J3/A3 Exhaustive listing on parliamentarianism, political parties, elections, etc., divided into Japanese books and articles published from 1868 to May 1960, foreign literature, including Russian, and documents concerning the establishment of the Japanese Diet. Indexes of authors, foreigners, titles of Meiji period publications, parliamentary materials, party organs, etc. [K2] K5 I' l C.t tl I Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Kensei Shiryo mokuroku (Bibliography of materials on the Constitution). 1960-. In progress. A.L. individually cataloged. A series of checklists of documents and manuscripts related to the Meiji Constitution and those responsible for it. V. 1 treats materials gathered by the old Kenseishi Hensankai of the Diet's Lower House; subsequent volumes each detail one or two leading personalities, and are usually divided between correspondence and books which originally belonged to the subject's library. K5a 1) A 4RA9t5\ 4 i Kenseishi Hensankai shushu bunsho mokuroku (Materials gathered by the Diet Lower House, Constitutional History Editorial Association). 1960. 2, 224p. Z/3308/A5/K75 K5b 2) fi* tVi M ZfrHi Ito Miyoji, 1857-1934, kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1962. 147p. Z/8441/K75

Page  143 143 K5c-K7 K8-K1 1 K5c 3) Katsura Taro kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1965. 6, 65p. Z/8460/865/K75 K5d 4) Jt: {~-$C i Mutsu Munemitsu kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1966. 6, 132p. Z/8607.9/K75 K5e 5) * ~iW^5 Rt Hirosawa Masaomi, Shishido Tamaki kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1967. 9, 70p. Z/8407.6/K82 K5f 6) N N Ml,* tI Sassa Tomofusa kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1969. 7, 99p. Z/8784.47 K5g 7) iErjFfl W {R Zi$H $ Maeda Shomei kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1969. 35p. K5h 8) - ^ E58mN HU Terauchi Masatake kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1971. 23, 195p. Z/8866.7/K75 K5i 9) Ja$4 ai Sanjoke bunsho mokuroku, 1973. 2v. A.L. has pt. 2 K5j 10) iZ {'Ef(H|Inoue Kaoru kankei bunsho mokuroku, 1975. 407p. K6 Uehara, Cecil H. Checklist of Archives in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tokyo, Japan, 1868-1945, microfilmed for the Library of Congress, 1949-1951. Washington, D.C., Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1954. 12, 262p. CD/2175/U97 Includes a comprehensive subject index. K7 Young, John. Checklist of Microfilm Reproductions of Selected Archives of the Japanese Army, Navy, and other Government Agencies, 1868-1945. Washington, D.C. Georgetown University Press, 1959. 9, 144p. Grad Lib. CD/2164/Y73 An unannotated listing of some 400,000 pages of materials in 163 reels of film held by the Library of Congress and the National Diet Library. Mostly dating from 1900-1945, microfilmed in 1957 -1958. Brief subject index. Dictionaries K8 it;rTh X/J\h Tsuji Kiyoaki. Iwanami shojiten: seiji (Iwanami small dictionaries: politics) 3rd. ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1975. 272p. JA/64/T88 An up-to-date and reliable pocket-size political science dictionary, this has about 1,000 entries covering the major names, concepts, events, and terms in the field. English language equiva lents are given. Index. K9 O-t Seijigaku jiten (Dictionary c science). Heibonsha, 1954. 80p. JA/64/S45 )f political 7, 1416, Contains several thousand entries by about 200 contributors from various fields in the social sciences. Entries cover Japanese and foreign personages, events, and terms, reference citations. For all foreign names, loan words, etc., the original spelling is also given, and for all major terms, the foreign equivalent is usually indicated. Indexes. Yearbooks K1O tfTn Seiji nenkan (Political yearbook). Nihon Kyosanto Chuo Iinkai Shuppanbu, 1968-. Annual. DS/801/S45 The Japanese Communist Party's smaller and more austere equivalent to the Japanese Socialist Party's Kokumin seiji nenkan, K11 below. This covers a wide variety of international and domestic problems, struggles, and reform activities. Detailed table of contents, charts and tables. Index. Kokumin seiji nenkan (People's political yearbook). Nihon Shakaito Chuo Honbu Kikanshikyoku, 1962-. Annual DS/801/K82 An illustrated compilation which covers both the domestic and international scene for the current and previous year, focusing on various problems, struggles, and reform movements in the areas of peace, democracy, labor, politics, society, the economy, and

Page  144 144 K12-K15 K1 6- K1 9 culture as seen by the Japanese Socialist Party. Tables, charts, chronologies, documents are used throughout. Detailed table of contents. Political History K12 [1A '4k$t Nihon kokusei jiten (Cyclopedia of Japanese politics). Nihon Kokusei Jiten Kankokai, 1953-1958. 10v. DS/882/N68 Not a "dictionary," but an important collection of official and other primary materials, most of them reproduced in their entirety. Arranged by cabinet, from the Ito cabinet of 1885 to the first Konoe cabinet of 1939; subdivided under each cabinet into sections on the Imperial family, politics, the bureaucracy and institutions, diplomacy, the military, education, finance, industry and economics, communications, culture, labor, and society. Sources of all materials are cited. Detailed tables of contents in each volume. K13 lj IuI ITtl- A jR, T f Toyama, Shigeki and Adachi, Yoshiko. Kindai Nihon seijishi hikkei (Handbook of modern Japanese political history). Iwanami Shoten, 1961. 4, 251p. DS/841/T75 A collection of tables, lists, and charts grouped under 18 subject headings, covering all major aspects of central government bureaucracy and politics from 1868 to 1945. K14 T~: ---P HI2Mm Otsu, Jun'ichiro. Dai Nihon kenseishi (Constitutional history of Japan). Hobunkan, 1927-1928. lOv. JQ/1611/088 The most detailed history of the Japanese constitution and parliamentary politics, v. 1-9 are arranged chronologically for the period 1867-1927, and frequently include extensive quotations from primary sources. V. 10 includes about 600 pages of reference materials: statistics, tables, lists, etc. Emphasis is on the Diet sessions and members. THE DIET Kokkai jiten (Dictionary of the Diet). Kokkai Kohosha, 1959. 1045p. JQ/1605/K81 A handbook covering all major aspects of the Diet, the constitution and related subjects, arranged by topic. Lists and tables, current and historical, on Diet members, parties, cabinet ministers, etc. K16 HI I24fAH~T Nihon kokkai nenkan (National Diet yearbook). Kokkai Nenkan Hensankai, 1959-. Annual. JQ/1651/N66 Contains information compiled from Diet, government, and political party records, organized into major sections on the Diet, public finance, government policy, political parties, and local governments. Appended are lists of central government bureaucrats and politicians. From 1959 to 1966, titled Kokkai nenkan. K17 Kokkai benran (National Diet handbook) 1954-, comp. by Nihon Seikei Shinbunsha, 1954-. Annual. JQ/1651/K82 A handy reference tool which has about 25 lists and tables concerning current Diet members, their personal and political backgrounds, party affiliations, and various committees on which they serve. Pronunciations are given in the illustrated biographical section. Includes various government ministries, offices, etc., and their top officials. K18 lt /> <7 1"Y'" Seiji handobukku (Handbook of government). Seiji Koho Senta, 1971 -Irregular. JQ/1621/A2/S45 A directory of central government bureaucrats and politicians, similar to Kokkai benran, K17, but this contains a handbook on local government and election returns for the House of Representatives. K19 A- A ' — Kokkai giin soran (General list members), comp. by Nihon Minsei kai. Hyoron Shinsha, 1965- lar. A.L. holdings incomplete. JQ/1651/K78 of Diet KenkyuIrregu A biographical directory of members of both Houses: Representatives and Councillors, each in kana order. Gives readings for unusual names, party faction K15

Page  145 145 K20-K24 K25-K27 affiliation and political background. K20 \V4W- ~13 S - Okamoto, Seiichi and Toma, Ryutaro. Nenpyo gikai seijishi (Chronologies of parliamentary government). Shiseido, 1960. 349, 24p. JQ/1654/035 A concise chronology of politics and political institutions in Japan from 1867 to early 1960, followed by a similar chronology of foreign governments from 500 A.D. to late 1958. Lists of Diet speakers, committees and reference works appended. K21 XAwt' -I P 4-Til t — Shugiin and Sangiin. Gikai seido shichijunen shi (Seventy years of parliamentary government). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1960-1963. 12v. JQ/1654/A353 V. 1, directory of members of House of Peers and House of Councillors; v. 2, titles of bills presented to the Imperial Diet; v. 3-4, history of the National Diet (from 1947); v. 5, titles of bills presented to the National Diet; v. 6, political parties and factions; v. 7, documents; v. 8, chronology of parliamentary history; v. 9-10, history of the Imperial Diet; v. 11, directory of members of the House of Representatives; v. 12, outline of constitutional history. [K32] K22 1IS'-~ A & — V Sangiin Jimukyoku. Sangiin yoran (House of Councillors handbook). 1947 -Irregular JQ/1661/A4/A32 Divided into two parts: 1, a collection of laws and ordinances on all subjects of probable concern to Diet members; 2, biographical sketches of all councillors with photographs and name readings, and lists of members by election district, party, etc. This succeeded the prewar Kizokuin yoran. K23 $ A - Vi: -: Shugiin Jimukyoku. Shugiin yoran (House of Representatives handbook). 1898-. Irregular. JQ/1663/A4/A32 A handbook for lower house members, almost identical to the upper house handbook in format and contents. K24 fQt 0 t * - / A 1@CA D Gendai Seiji Kiko Kenkyukai. Gendai seijika no sugao Shugiin zen giinroku (The real faces of the modern politicians —record of the representatives of the House). Jutaku Shinposha, 1977. 552p. JQ/1663/A4/G34 Biographical directory of 511 members of the House elected in the 1976 general election. Listed by kana order under political parties with readings for each name. Index of names by prefectures and districts. Photograph of each member. Records of the Diet K25 '; _ Kanpo (Official gazette). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1883-. Daily. J/9/J3 Equivalent to the U.S. government's FederaZ Register. Nearly every central government ordinance, regulation, law, official announcement, etc., must be published in the Kanpo to become effective. Indexed monthly. From April 4 1946 to April 28 1952, a special Official Gazette: English Edition was also issued. A supplement, Kanpo gogai, includes Sangiin and Shugiin Kaiginoku and Teikoku Gikai Kizokuin giji sokkiroku and... Shugiin gijiroku in the prewar period (all 4 listed separately below). Most of Kanpo's predecessors may be found reprinted in Ishin Nisshi, F147. K26 Ei; Pi~~ Shugiin giji sokkiroku (Stenographic records of proceedings in the House of Representatives). Kanpo gogai (Supplement to the Official Gazette). Shugiin Jimukyoku, 1890-1947. Daily during Diet sessions. J/674/A35 The complete stenographic record of proceedings on the floor of the Imperial Diet's lower house. Sessional index through 1899; monthly subject index thereafter. An official summary guide, which can also be used as an index to this work, is the Teikoku Gikai Shugiin gijiroku, which covers 1890-1947 and is itself indexed. K27 A-A Shugiin kaigiroku (Record of proceedings in the House of Representatives). Kanpo gogai (Supplement to the Official Gazette). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1947- Daily during the Diet sessions. J/674/A32 The complete stenographic record of

Page  146 146 K28-K31 K32-K36 proceedings on the floor of the National Diet's lower house. Monthly subject index. An official English language Minutes of the Proceedings in the House of Representatives (Official gazette extra) was published from May 2 1946 to March 31 1952. 17p. JQ/1692/A25 Contains 1,247 entries related to the theory, practices, laws, concepts, and special terms used in the fields of elections and voting in Japan. Index, table of contents. K28 P Kizokuin giji sokkiroku (Stenographic record of proceedings in the House of Peers). Kanpo gogai (Supplement to the Official Gazette). Kizokuin Jimukyoku, 1890-1947. Daily during Diet sessions. J/674/A34 The complete stenographic record of proceedings on the floor of the Imperial Diet's upper house. Sessional index through 1899; monthly subject index thereafter. An official summary guide which can also be used as an index to this work is the Teikoku Gikai Kizokuin gijiroku, which gives irregular coverage for the period 1890-1947, and is itself indexed. K29 I A AU Sangiin kaigiroku (Record of proceedings in the House of Councillors). Kanpo gogai (Supplement to the Official Gazette). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1947-. Daily during Diet sessions. J/674/A3 The complete stenographic record of proceedings on the floor of the National Diet's upper house. Monthly subject index. An official English-language Minutes of the proceedings in the House of Councillors (Official Gazette extra) was published from May 2 1946 to March 31 1952. K30 B[AL z Mit ALi~ < 1 Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Chosa Rippo Kosakyoku. Kaigiroku sosakuin (General index to the debates). 1962 -J/674/H22 Indexes records of Diet sessions and committees by subjects, names of speakers, and bills, for each house and session, from the 39th postwar sessions, 1961, onward. No such index exists for earlier Diets. ELECTION K31 Jfl AiFfiA Jichisho. Senkyokyoku. Senkyo yogo jiten (Dictionary of election terms). Teikoku Chiho Gy5sei Gakkai, 1968. 475, K32 Senkyo nenkan (Election yearbook), comp. by Jichisho Senkyokyoku, 1950-1964. 5v. JS/7377/A9/A33 Mostly devoted to a variety of tabular election statistics, but some volumes contain legislation, proposals, or commentary. The 1950 issue was published by Zenkoku Senkyo Kanri Iinkai, the 1953 and 1957 editions by Jichisho Senkyobu. K33 Shugiin Jimukyoku. Shugiin giin sosenkyo ichiran (Survey of general elections of members to the House of Representatives). 1890- (1944), 1948- Irregular. JQ/1694/A24,...A23 Nearly identical in scope and format to the Sangiin giin senkyo ichiran, K36, this is the most detailed and authoritative source of the lower house election returns statistics. K34 jH2 ~ ~~ ) Komei Senkyo Renmei. Shugiin giin senkyo no jisseki: Dai-ikkai —Daisanjukkai (House of Representatives election results: 1st to 30th). 1968. 758p. JQ/1694/K785 A tabular presentation of a wide variety of election statistics, arranged by subject, from the first general election in 1890 to the 30th in 1963. A chronology from 1868 to 1965 is appended. K35 - Shugiin Jimukyoku. Shugiin giin ryakureki: Dai-ikkai naishi Dainijukkai sosenkyo (Biographical sketches of House of Representatives members: 1st to the 20th general elections). 1940. 504, 162p. JQ/1663/A4/A28 Short sketches of all representatives from 1890 to 1942. Appendixes include extensive lists and tables covering various aspects of services of the Diet members. K36 3AR* 4IARAA*Sangiin Jimukyoku. Sangiin giin senkyo ichiran (Survey of elections of members

Page  147 147 K3 7-K41 K42-K45 to the House of Councillors). 1950 -Irregular. JQ/1694/A25 The primary official compilation of tabular statistics on elections to the upper house, arranged by subject. Each volume covers one election in great detail, from every angle. K37 nin WX* f5h i5^Stng) Jichisho. Senkyobu. Chiho senkyo kekka shirabe (Survey of the results of local elections). 1947- JS/7377/A2/A32 A.L. holdings incomplete K38 tHfit:M*S;tr Asahi Shinbunsha. Senkyo taikan (Comprehensive survey of elections). 1949-1955. 4v. Not in A.L. K39 T - H21CD Nishihira, Shigeki. Nihon no senkyo (Elections in Japan). Shiseido, 1972. 7, 520p. JQ/1692/N75 Discusses changes in postwar national and local election results, and problems of the electoral system. The last half of the book consists of statistical summaries of election returns by candidates, voters, numbers of seats gained by party affiliation, and by prefectures and local districts. A useful survey covering the last several elections, 1956-1971. K40 NmC~ A itA Nihon Kokusei Chosakai. Shugiin meikan (Directory of House of Representatives members). Kokusei Shuppanshitsu, 1977. 816p. JQ/1663/A4/N65 Covers the general elections from the first, in 1890 to the 34th, in 1976. An extensive survey record in tabular form of all the candidates, names, occupations, electoral districts, party affiliation, etc., in kana order. Chapter 2 is on general elections (1-34) arranged by prefectures and districts, names of candidates, number of votes gained, etc. Chapter 3 gives, in facsimile, slogans and promises made by some 511 elected members during the 1976 general election. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS K41 *Mgt m~5[ Hanabusa, Nagamichi. Nihon gaikoshi kankei bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese diplomatic history). Keio Gijuku Daigaku Hogaku Kenkyukai, 1961. 485p. (Its sosho no. 9). Ds/845/H23 A 4-part unannotated bibliography of 4,870 Japanese books, arranged alphabetically by title; 680 Chinese language books, alphabetically by the Japanese reading of the title; 2,470 Western language books, alphabetically by author; and 6,000 Japanese periodical articles, chronologically by titles under the name of the periodical. Alphabetical author index for authors of Japanese books. No pronunciations are given. Lack of a subject index makes it difficult to use as a ready reference. K42 kf4W t~D h' (> i_ Gaimusho. Waga gaiko no kinkyo (Recent developments in Japanese foreign relations). 1957-. Annual DS/845/A1/W14 Functions as a Foreign Ministry "blue book." Usually divided into a section detailing Japan's foreign relations, arranged by geographical area or subject matter, and a section containing the relevant documents, with numerous charts, lists, etc., appended. K43 ~~ HV Z Gaimush5. Nihon gaiko bunsho (Documents on Japanese foreign policy). Nihon Kokusai Rengo Kyokai, 1936-1963. 73v. and 3 suppl. Ds/803/A4 The basic collection of foreign relations documents, selected by the Foreign Ministry from its archives. Chronologically arranged, 1867-1912, beginning where Dai Nihon komonjo is scheduled to leave off. Appendixes provide various tables and lists. Each volume is indexed. Prewar volumes are titled Dai Nihon gaiko bunsho, published by Nihon Kokusai Kyokai. K44 ~I' H4 t -V ~E Gaimusho. Nihon gaiko bunsho: Taisho (Documents on Japanese foreign policy: Taisho era). 1964-. v. 1 -In progress. DS/803/A42 Continues the above work, K43. Each volume is indexed. K45 314 tEW{ (k) H >~b& t Gaimusho. Joyaku kaisei kankei (Dai) Nihon gaiko bunsho (Documents on Japanese foreign policy related to treaty revision). Nihon Kokusai Rengo Kyokai, 1941-1953. 8v. DS/803/A45

Page  148 148 K46-K50 K51-K55 A.L. holdings incomplete A sub-series of Dai Nihon gaiko bunsho, this treats attempts to revise the "unreal treaties," concentrating on the period from early Meiji to the Mutsu Treaty of 1894. V. 6 has a detailed chronology, 1853-1912. Not indexed, but contains detailed tables of contents in each volume. K46 Y^ j I^ ^ i, $Ua Gaimusho. Tsush5 joyaku kankei Nihon gaiko bunsho (Documents on Japanese foreign policy related to commercial treaties). Nihon Kokusai Rengo Kyokai, 1954. 3v. DS/803/A46 A sub-series of Nihon gaik5 bunsho which treats in chronological order the various commercial treaties of the Meiji period. Detailed table of contents in each volume. K47 kt _H S4~:W i t _ Gaimusho. Nihon gaiko nenpyo narabini shuyo bunsho (Chronology of Japanese foreign relations and basic documents, 1840-1945). Nihon Kokusai Rengo Kyokai, 1955. 2v. DS/845/A33 Revised reprint ed. by Hara Shobo, 1965 -1966. V. 1 covers 1840-1921; v. 2, 1922-1945. Each has a detailed chronology for the period, and a selection of the most important documents, including some not found in Nihon gaiko bunsho, K44, for which it acts as a supplement, and compensates for the slowness in the publishing of the full record. Appendixes include lists and charts of Foreign Ministry and diplomatic personnel. Detailed table of contents in each volume. Some recent publications on bi-national relations: K48 H {*M W4a Nitchu kankei kihon shiryoshu (Basic documents on Japan-China relations), by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Asian Affairs Bureau, China Section. Kazankai, 1970. 28, 447, 12p. DS/849/C6/N73 K49 HLI,~S t4 H P{, Ishikawa, Tadao and others. Sengo shiryo: Nitchu kankei (Postwar documents: Japan-China relations). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1970. 498p. DS/849/C6/I78 K50 M t a H oth Saito, Makoto and others. Sengo shiryo: Nichi-Bei kankei (Postwar documents: Japan-United States relations). Nihon Hy5ronsha, 1970. 16, 466p. DS/849/U6/S13 ADMINISTRATION K51 ia4 s? Gyosei hyakka daijiten (Encyclopedia of administration). Gyosei, 1975. 5v. JQ/1605/G95 A comprehensive work containing several thousand entries, in kana order, covering every major aspect of Japanese public administration, administrative law, and related fields. Appended to v. 5 are organizational charts of Japanese central government ministries and bureaus, a general index, and a ministries and bureaus index. K52 IfT Pi Gyosei saishin mondai jiten (Dictionary of current problems in administration), ed. by Isomura Eiichi and others. Teikoku Chiho Gyosei Gakkai, 1972. 725p. JQ/1631/G95 A handbook covering a wide range of problems in public administration, such as pollution, finance, prices, transportation, employment, the elderly, etc. Arranged by subject, with numerous charts and tables. Subject index. K53 if r'A-A g M* Gyosei kanri yogo jiten (Dictionary of government administration terms), ed. by Yagura Ichiro. Teikoku Chih5 Gyosei Gakkai, 1967. 413p. JA/64/Y13 Contains about 780 brief entries from the fields of administration and management, arranged under major and minor headings. Detailed table of contents, kana order index. K54 Qff f tTRi_ Sorifu. Kancho benran (Government office handbooks). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1958-1960. 20v. JQ/1621/A4 A series of small handbooks, each of which gives a history, description, structural outline, etc., for one to three major central government ministries, agencies, or the like. K55 Ho f w th Nihon kankai meikan (Who's who of

Page  149 149 K56-K59 K60-K63 Japanese officialdom) 1933-, comp. by Nihon Kankai Johosha, 1933-. Annual. JQ/1621/A2/N69 Brief biographical sketches and directory information, in kana order, for about 10,000 major government bureaucrats at all levels. K56 m Shokuinroku (Directory of government officials). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1886-. Annual. JQ/1621/A35 The most comprehensive directory of government bureaucrats. Pt. 1 of each edition, arranged by name of unit, lists all central government and public corporation bureaucrats, giving their positions, and, for major officials, brief directory information. It includes a section of organizational charts and a kana order index. Pt. 2, arranged by prefecture, similarly lists all prefectural and major local government officials. The prewar set, published by the Cabinet Printing Office, had more detail. It was preceded by the Naikaku's Meiji Shokkan enkakuhyo, covering 1867-1886, and by the privately issued Kan'inroku, 1868-1887. During the war years, 1944-1948, Shokuin shoroku, a one-volume abridged edition, was published. Now the whole set is available in microfilm. K57 w isw#rnf* Gyosei Kanricho. Gyosei Kanrikyoku. Gyosei kikozu (Administrative structure charts). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 195 —. Annual. JQ/1631/A35 K58 A KiJV Rtft i Jinjiin. Kanrikyoku. Gyosei kikan soshikizu (General administrative structure charts). 1961-. Annual. JQ/1621/A3 The above two publications contain detailed organizational charts for the cabinet, Prime Minister's Office, all ministries, the Diet, the judicial system, and major public corporations. The charts are different in design, but the two works are almost identical in scope and organization. Since 1970, when Shokuinroku, K56, started to insert a similar chart at the beginning of the book, there are three such charts, but as a one-volume chart either of the above two is useful. K59 ^ an M Nr t Ui-LJ+- Naikaku Kanbo. Naikaku seido shichijunen shi (Seventy years of the Cabinet system). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1955. 2v. folded diagrams. JQ/1642/A2 The history section, which covers 1885 -1955, occupies only about 200 pages. The remainder consists of sections on legal and structural changes, documents, statistics, and a wide variety of lists, charts, tables, diagrams, and maps. A valuable reference work for the years covered. K60,t WY tiTJ7 Asakura, Haruhiko. Meiji kansei jiten (Dictionary of Meiji era government). Tokyodo, 1969. 3, 710p. DS/882/A8 A dictionary of about 970 medium length entries, covering all major administrative units, departments, bureaus, etc., of the central and local government in Japan, with special emphasis on the development of and changes in each during the Meiji period. Pronunciations are given for each term. General index. K61 % — I Ja HA Mthi Naikaku Kirokukyoku. Meiji shokkan enkaku hyo (Historical tabulation of Meiji era government offices) repr. ed. Kokusho Kankokai, 1974. 2v. JQ/1621/A36 Reprint of Naikaku Kirokukyoku 1886 ed. A predecessor of the Shokuinroku, K56. K62 Pt If "-S1 'J hr Rinji Shushikyoku. Hyakkan rireki (Personal history of government officials). Nihon Shiseki Kyokai, 1927-1928. 2v. Its sosho, v. 116-17). DS/881/N68 A biographical dictionary of 421 top government officials in the early Meiji period, 1867-1881, giving for each, in outline form, their names, date and place of birth, social status, and official posts held. Compiled by a Dajokan bureau from personal histories submitted by the officials themselves. Index. K63 Hlt? Meiji shiryo: Ken'yo shokumu honinroku (Meiji historical materials: Directory of government officials), comp. by Kanai Shikyo (Yukiyasu) and others. Rev. repr. ed. Kashiwa Shobo, 1967. 2v. in one. DS/882/M514 Reprint of 1902-1903 2v. ed. published

Page  150 150 K64-K66 K67-K71 by Seishodo. A list, arranged by office, of all major and minor government officials who served in each post from December 1867 to 1902. The revised edition is a photo reproduction of the original in reduced size, and adds 5 pages of commentary by Mikami Akiyoshi. K64,]'U rr gr Ijiri, Tsunekichi. Rekidai kenkanroku (Historical register of higher officials) photo repr. ed. Hara Shobo, 1967. 27, 2, 968p. JQ/1621/I25 Reprint of 1925 ed. published by Ch5yokai. A tabular listing, arranged by government unit and office, of all changes in every civil service position of "chokunin" (Imperial appointment) rank and above, including basic information on each incumbent, from 1868 to mid-1925. Another work, said to be based on this K64a but extending it to 1930, is Meiji TaishD Showa taikanroku (Register of higher officials in the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa periods), by Shishid5 Shizan. Daito Shuppansha, 1931. Not in A.L. K65 PROM p-gThK R AVi Sasama, Yoshihiko, Edo Bakufu yakushoku shusei (Tokugawa Bakufu official posts) enl. ed. Yuzankaku, 1970. 16, 461, 24p. JQ/1600/A4/S23 A handbook of Tokugawa offices, with numerous and profusely illustrated entries connected with the livelihood or daily life of the various types of officials, their offices and duties. Appendixes include a chronology from 1603 to 1868, a bibliography, and several charts on money, prices, and posts. Subject index. K66 A fIJ- - Hansei ichiran (Survey of the han system), ed. by Shushikyoku. Nihon Shiseki Kyokai, 1928-1929. 2v. (Its series, no. 121, 122). DS/881/N68 Reprinted by Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1967. 2v. The results from an 1868 Dajokan survey of all han, this acts as a national census, and gives for each han, in outline form, such things as agricultural production, tariff items, amounts of taxes, population, number of houses, etc., in some detail. The 1928-1929 edition reprints the original 9 volume work, titled Hansei ichiranhyo. The 1967 edition adds a section, Shohan ichiran (Outline of the han). LOCAL GOVERNMENT K67 X I&AYk t CH Tokyo Daigaku. Shakai Kagaku kenkyujo. Seiji Jittai Kenkyukai. Chiho jichi bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of local self government). 1955. 90p. Z/7164/L8/S45 An unannotated catalog of the postwar acquisitions of the well-known Tokyo Shisei Chosakai —Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research. Arranged by subject and covers all major aspects of local government. K68 fjt- jAj$ Chiho jichi jiten (Dictionary of local government), ed. by Kuze Kimitaka and others. Ryosho Fukyukai, 1967. 549p. JS/7372/C53 Contains about 3,600 short to medium length entries covering the significant problems, concepts, and terms used in the fields of political science, law, economics, sociology, etc., related to local government in general, Japan in particular. Index. K69 S iM Jichi yogo jiten (Dictionary of local government terms), comp. by Jichi Daigakko, Teikoku Chih5 Gy5sei Gakkai, 1967. 814, 18p. JS/7372/J62 1,431 entries, with special emphasis on law and institutions. Enlarged edition was published in 1972. K70 ttI [ i MAH Chiho jichi yogo jiten (Dictionary of local government terms) new, rev. and enl. ed. Gakuyo Shobo, 1965. 409, 25p. JS/7371/A3/C53 A pocket size dictionary of about 850 entries. K71 7t J ]{( Chiho jichi benran (Handbook of local government), comp. by Jichisho, Daijin Kanb5, Bunsho Kohoka. Chiho Zaimu Kyokai, 1959-. Annual. HJ/9570/C47 A collection of statistical tables on local government, finances, elections, disasters, etc., at the prefectural level, usually in chronological order

Page  151 151 K72-K75 K76-K78 covering the previous 5-30 years. Detailed table of contents. K72 MN n J Kokumin jichi nenkan (People's local government yearbook). Nihon Shakaito, Chuo Honbu Kikanshikyoku, 1963 -Annual. JS/7371/A1/K78 Japan Socialist Party publication, containing a large collection of up-todate information on the activities, policies, problems, and conditions of prefectural and municipal governments in Japan, arranged by subject. Indexed by subject under prefectures. K73 3tt) Chiho jichi nenkan (Local government yearbook), comp. by Jichicho, Chosaka. Jiji Tsushisha, 1953- (1955). JS/7371/A1/C57 A.L. holds 2 issues K74 W W t~f$lJxt 4 Jichicho. Chiho seido shiryo (Materials on local government). 1947-1954. 10v. JS/8/J3/A4 A large collection of documents: laws, reports, etc., related to local government, chronologically arranged. Four different government offices compiled this material: Naimusho, v. 1-2; Naijikyoku, v. 3-4; Chiho Jichicho, v. 5-7; and Jichicho, v. 8-10. Local Assemblies K76. To-do-fu-ken gikai teiyo (Manual of prefectural assemblies). Zenkoku To-do-fu-ken Gikai Gichokai, 1969 -JS/7375/A1/Z54 Contains results of surveys of organization and operational processes of the assemblies and their committees, including the number of members, their political affiliations and salaries, and election results, for each prefecture. Also gives history of legislation. Useful for comparative study of prefectural assemblies. K77 H) I~. ~ " Meiji zenki fukenkai giin meibo (Register of early Meiji prefectural assembly members). Meiji Shiryo Kenkyu Renrakukai, 1956-1960. 3v. mimeo. (Meiji shiryo, v. 6, 7, 9). DS/882/M513 A directory, arranged by prefecture, of all members of prefectural assemblies, from the beginning in 1879 to the opening of the Imperial Diet in 1890. Brief directory type information such as constituency, tenure, age, address, etc., is given for each member. K78 i) SA Chiho gikai jiten (Dictionary of local assemblies), ed. by Kawaguchi Yoriyoshi. Gakuyo Shobo, 1967. 2, 6, 293p. JS/7375/A7/K22 An introductory handbook, arranged under 61 major headings, covering all aspects of the system of local assemblies in Japan. Brief index. K75 Shibata, Keiji. Chiho komuin seikatsu jiten (Dictionary of local civil servants' livelihood). Teikoku Chiho Gyosei Gakkai, 1973. 526p. JS/7371/A3/C55 A technical handbook or advanced textbook covering a wide variety of theoretical and practical aspects of the current local civil service, with particular reference to Japan.


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Page  152 152 L1-L3 L4-L6 It ECONOMICS Includes economic history as well as current conditions, population, management, money and banking, finance, commerce, industry and trade. GENERAL WORKS Bibliographies igaku b (Quarterly bibKeizaigaku bunken kiho (Quarterly bibliography of economics). V. 1, no. 1, 1956-, comp. by Keizai Shiry5 Ky5gikai. Yuhikaku, 1956-. Quarterly. Z/7164/E2/K27 Best current Japanese bibliography of not only economics but also social sciences in general, including American, Soviet, other European and Chinese (only to 1960) periodical articles. Entries, each with a serial number, are grouped in 16 classes. A list of periodicals covered. Author index. [M1] L2 t~1V fr f ~- fI ti ~,X t-j t7t Osaka Shoka Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Keizaigaku bunken taikan (Complete bibliography of economics). Osaka, 1934-1939. 4v. Z/7164/E2/082 A comprehensive unannotated bibliography of books, articles, dissertations, etc., on public finance: v. 1, currency and banking; v. 2,3, commerce and industry; v. 4, publications between 1919 and 1933-1936. Contents of important books given. Subject and author indexes at the end of each volume. L3 K T4 AW* j 4'. Osaka Shoka Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Keizai shiryo soran (Handbook of economic materials) Jan 1928-Dec. 1937. Osaka, 1940. 505, 125p. Z/3308/E2/081 Useful with Kaizaigaku bunken taikan, L2. Lists reports of government offices and companies and statistics published from 1928 to 1937. Titles given of series, yearbooks, documentary journals, bibliographies. Subject and author indexes. [M4] L4 The Japan Science Review: Economic Sciences No. 1-, comp. by Nihon Keizai Gakkai Rengokai. Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1953-. Annual. Grad. Lib. H/8/J35 Lists, in English, significant articles by Japanese economists. Author index. [M5] L5 Remer, Charles F. and Kawai, Saburo. Japanese Economics: A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials. Ann Arbor, Univ. of Michigan Press, 1956. 11, 91p. (Center for Japanese Studies Bibliographical Series, no. 5). Z/3303/M62 An annotated bibliography of 1,191 reference and secondary works inJapanese, covering all major aspects of economics, arranged by subject. Out of date, but still useful for works on statistics, the prewar colonies, and theory. The treatment of the prewar "rono koza" dispute (pp. 29-34) is superior. L6 [SA I Lt Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, with Descriptive Notes. V. 10, Economics. University of Tokyo Press, 1969. 2v. Z/3304/K81 A partly annotated bibliography of 963 Japanese language serials, periodicals, and monographs, mainly secondary works, which deal with some aspect of Japanese economics, arranged by subject. Author index.

Page  153 153 L7-L11 L12-L15 L7 Rosovsky, Henry and others. Quantitative Japanese Economic History: An Annotated Bibliography and a Survey of U.S. Holdings. Berkeley, Univ. of California, Center for Japanese Studies, Institute of International Studies; and Institute of Business and Economic Research, 1961. 8, 173p. Z/7165/J3/R82 A bibliography and union list of 476 Japanese language serials, periodicals, and monographs dealing with Japanese economics, arranged by subject. Emphasis is on reference works covering post-1868 Period. Most entries have brief to medium length annotation. Author and title indexes. L8 _fAM YtH Keizai tosho somokuroku (Catalog of books on economics), Horitsusho, Keizaisho, Keieisho Mokuroku Kankokai, 1975. 183p. Z/7164/E2/K215 A classified list of about 3,000 books in print in 1975, by 117 publishers on general economics and related fields. Author and title indexes. L9 WA 4.* f Keizai Dantai Rengokai. Keizai dantai chosa kikan to kankobutsu ichiran (Economic organizations, research institutes publication directory). 1971. 20, 215p. Z/7164/E2/K26 A classified list of 467 organizations and their monograph and/or periodical publications. Indexed by names of organizations and periodical titles. L10 +tWt4 H*OAI;XA Nakamura, Hiroo. Nihon keizaigaku zasshi s5ran (Comprehensive bibliography of Japanese economic periodicals). 1970. 156p. Z/3308/E3/N16 A preliminary edition, lists alphabetically 3,415 periodicals on economics, divided into Japanese titles and Western language titles, published in Japan and its colonies from 1868 to 1968, and a supplementary list of 333 titles. Lll _t Sangyo joho s5ran (Comprehensive bibliography of industrial information), comp. by Nihon Kaihatsu Gink5. Nichigai Associates, 1977. 14, 923p. Z/7165/J3/S16 Divided into three parts: Pt. 1 is a handbook of information sources on industrial products and economic conditions, mainly of Japan, including major publications, business associations, etc. Pt. 2 consists of bibliography of publications on industrial products covering books, reports, and periodicals; and a bibliography of Japanese economic conditions. Pt. 3 contains indexes. L12 ~^^m^^. m r w A Okurasho. Sengo Zaiseishi Shitsu. Sengo Nihon keizai bunken mokuroku (Postwar Japanese economics bibliography —from the end of the war to the Peace Treaty). 1973. 513p. mimeo. Z/7165/J3/A22 A classified bibliography of monographs, articles in collected works and periodical articles used in compiling the Sengo zaiseishi (Postwar economic history). Lists works of foreign authors, pp. 489-513. A basic bibliography on the subject, no index. See also Nihon senry5 bunken mokuroku, F180, published by Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, for economic conditions during the occupation period. L13 -+ l i^H.i Kanagawa Kenritsu Kawasaki Toshokan shozo Shashi, rodo kumiaishi, jitsugyoka denki mokuroku (Bibliography of company histories, labor union histories, and biographies of businessmen held by Kanagawa prefectural Kawasaki Library). 1973. 273p. Z/7164/T87/K16 An unannotated bibliography of some 2,700 books and other materials divided by subject and industry. Indexes by companies and enterprises, labor unions, and biography titles. L14 [LH - -H Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Keizai keikaku bunken mokuroku: toku ni choki keikaku o chushin ni (Bibliography on economic planning with special reference to longterm projects). 1962. 14, 208p. Z/7164/E15/K7 Supplement, 1967. 17, 102p. An unannotated classified bibliography of about 3,200 pre- and postwar foreign books and magazine articles to 1965, and 2,300 Japanese materials through 1966. No index. L15 tAH Wj f i W H Nihon Sangy5 K5oz Kenkyujo. Chiiki keizai bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of regional economics). Taimeido, 1967. 9, 139p. Z/7164/07/N68

Page  154 154 L16-L20 L21-L26 Lists 1,377 Japanese and 1,092 Western language books, articles, and other writings, arranged by subject, covering the theory and practice of regional economics and development in Japan and elsewhere. Author index. L16 4kfj i 'T-iilF/jrai tffp 4t HAkt4 Tokyo Daigaku Keizai Gakubu shozo Chiiki keizai shiryo mokuroku (Catalog of materials on regional economics, held by Tokyo University, Department of Economics Library). 1968. 7, 454p. Not in A.L. Dictionaries L17 q1AKiANihon keizai jiten (Dictionary of Japanese economics), ed. by Nakayama Ichiro and Shinohara Miyohei. Kodansha, 1973. 946p. HC/461/N67 Divided into 16 broad subject areas including Japanese economic history, development, national income and wealth, economic planning, and economic cycles, etc. Ch. 17 contains an annotated bibliography of Japanese economic research. Subject and name indexes. Charts and statistical tables appended. L18 It' I 1T A-i W,- RA Nakayama, Ichiro. Keizaigaku daijiten (Encyclopedia of economics). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1955. 3v. HB/61/K273 A technical work, arranged by subject, covering economics in its broad sense, including commerce and industry. Signed articles indicate English equivalents to terms and give bibliographical references. Japanese pronunciations are not given. L19 I+[1L2'fj+lP$ 4i, Nakayama, Ichiro. Keizai jiten (Dictionary of economics) new ed. Seirin Shoin Shinsha, 1969. 24, 950p. HB/61/N16 An introductory dictionary-handbook, arranged by broad subject. No pronunciation is given. A short bibliography and a chronology, 1516-1967 appended. Subject and name index. L20 ^&^ti\L- w mg Osaka Shiritsu Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Keizaigaku jiten (Dictionary of economics). Iwanami Shoten, 1965. 23, 1320p. HB/61/0825 Contains roughly 2,000 signed entries. Gives equivalents in original language. No Japanese pronunciation is given. Subject and name indexes. L21 i ^ 1M P 1 Takahashi, Taizo and Masuda, Shiro. Taikei keizaigaku jiten (Systematic dictionary of economics) new rev. ed. Toy5 Keizai Shinposha, 1975. 35, 1174p. HB/61/T25 A standard dictionary of 2,500 medium length signed entries, arranged by subject, covering modern international economics and economists. Includes English equivalents to entry terms and a brief bibliography. Name index. L22 Ii4A ThTj';;':. it " -:'t Osaka Shoka Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Keizaigaku jiten (Dictionary of economics). Iwanami Shoten, 1930-1932. 6v. HB/61/083 Coverage on Japan is limited, though pronunciation is given on Japanese entry terms. Out of date. L23 iij'i tt if /i:t0 Yamada, Yuzo. Kindai keizaigaku jiten (Dictionary of modern economics) rev. ed. Kobunsha, 1966. 12, 438p. HB/61/Y19 Contains little on Japan. L24 F'-) L:t mi~'?~$ Heibonsha. Keizaigaku jiten (Dictionary of economics). 1954. 8, 1750, 80p. HB/61/K275 A brief list of references is given for each entry. Subject and personal names indexed. Dictionaries of Terms L25 OjAi5- 9 JM fiht Keizai deta yogb jiten (Dictionary of economic data terminology), ed. by Nihon Keizai Deta Kaihatsu Senta (Center for Econometric Data Development and Research). Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1976. 228p. HB/61/K272 Subject index at the beginning. Gives English equivalent and source of the entry word, Appended are major Japanese statistical reports, list of tables of economic index for 1956-1975. L26:AifRA

Page  155 155 L27-L31 L32-L33 Keizai shingo jiten (Dictionary of new economic terms). Nihon Keizai Shinp5sha. 19 —. Annual. HB/61/N69 The latest edition has about 3,000-5,000 current economic terms. Entries are brief and give English equivalents, but no Japanese reading. L27 R jAiqt* A Keizai yogo wa-ei jiten (The Oriental Economist's Japanese-English dictionary of economic terms) rev. ed. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1965. 546, 80p. HB/61/T64 Contains roughly 30,000 extremely brief entries, the terms romanized and arranged alphabetically. economic atlas) rev. ed. 1972. 53p. Maps. G/2356/G1/S55 14, A first-rate book of several hundred maps and graphic displays, divided into two main sections. The first part gives an overall coverage of every conceivable economic aspect of Japan, under 64 bilingual headings dealing mainly with natural resources, production, transportation, trade, land use, population, etc. The second, "economic geography," is a prefecture by prefecture treatment of many of the same subjects. Appended are statistics, explanations to each map in the first section, and a brief bibliography. ECONOMIC HISTORY L28 A- ft"AuU-fl0gS Hisatake, Masao and others. Kindai keizaigaku yogo jiten (Dictionary of modern economic terms) 2nd rev. ed. Daisan Shuppan, 1974. 346p. HB/61/H67 A handy introductory dictionary-handbook to modern economics, arranged by subject. Subject and name indexes. The 1956 and 1961 editions were titled Kindai keizaigaku kihon yogo jiten (Dictionary of basic modern economic terms). L29 -tLS f "- 3It ~ ~ Ara, Kenjiro and Tanese, Shigeru. Keizaigaku yogo no kiso chishiki (Basic economic terms). Yuhikaku, 1974. 12, 502p. HB/61/K284 Classified into eight subject sections: contemporary economics, Marxist economics, economic policy, money, finance, international economics, social policy and labor, and history of economics, with subdivisions. Signed articles for each entry. Relative index. No Japanese pronunciations are given. L30 XV-0m f4AT~ 4AJmNE&fi Haga, Fumio and Sato, Takeo. Keizaigaku yogo jiten (Dictionary of economic terms) rev. ed. Gakubunsha, 1971. 264p. HB/61/H14 A pocket dictionary for students. Atlas L31 BOH-EI I~ e B;9>J: Kokusai Bunken Chizu Kabushiki Kaisha. Shin Nihon keizai chizu (New Japan Bibliographies L32 Na H jYi B U A Honjo, Eijir5 and others. Nihon keizaishi bunken (Bibliography of Japanese economic history). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1933, 1942, 1953, 1959. Osaka Keizai Daigaku Nihon Keizaishi Kenkyujo, 1965, 1969, 1977. Z/7165/J3/H7 The most comprehensive bibliography of Japanese history. Covers books, anthology components, and journal articles published from 1868 onward, arranged by period of coverage and subject, focusing on economic history. Each work is briefly annotated. Appended are a checklist of journals, an unannotated bibliography of local history, and a list of Western language books on Japan. Title index for monographs and anthology components (not journal articles). The titles are numbered as follows: Nihon keizaishi — Dai-ichi bunken (covers 1868-1931) Dai-ni bunken (1932-1940) Dai-san bunken (1941-1950) Dai-shi bunken (1951-1957) Dai-go bunken (1958-1962) Dai-roku bunken (1963-1967) Dai-shichi bunken (1968-1972) L33 W QZtiT6 i i Osaka Keizai Daigaku. Nihon Keizaishi Kenkyujo. Keizaishi bunken kaidai (Annotated bibliography of economic history). Nihon Hybronsha, 1951-1974. Osaka, Seibundo, 1975-. Annual. Z/7165/J3/N6

Page  156 156 L34-L36 L37-L41 An annotated bibliography very similar in all respects to Nihon keizaishi bunken, L32, except that it has major sections for East Asia and foreign economic history. Began as Keizaishi nenkan, 1932-1944 (Z/7165/J3/N59), which covers only Japanese history, resuming under the same title in 1955-1956. (3v., covering 1951-1956); became Keizaishi bunken in 1957-1958 (2v. covering 1957-1958), and assumed its present title in 1960 (covering 1959). L34 f2 IPfrAt- Hit Osaka Keizai Daigaku. Nihon Keizaishi Kenkyujo. Nihon Keizaishi Kenkyujo zosho mokuroku (Catalog of books in the Research Institute for Japanese Economic History). 1966. 242p. Not in A.L. L35 ^ - 13 I.W - Takimoto, Seiichi. Nihon keizai tensekiko (Survey of Japanese economic classics). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1928. 3, 25, 454p. Z/3308/E2/T17 An annotated bibliography of roughly 500 Tokugawa era economic writings, most of them reproduced in Takimoto's Nihon keizai taiten, L45. Author and title indexes. L36 < - /A {% Achikku Myuzeam (Attic Museum). Nihon keizai koten soran (Bibliography of Japanese economic classics) rev. ed. 1937. 63, 8p. (In Bunken sakuin, v. 2, pt. 2). Z/3309/N68 Author bibliography of all the writings contained in the Nihon keizai sosho, L44, Nihon keizai taiten, L45, Tsnzoku keizai bunko, L46, Kinsei shakai keizai sosho, L52, and a few other compendiums. For each item it gives a brief annotation and/or lists the contents, and provides some information on the author. Dictionaries, Handbooks L36a aJA~ 3I -A4WII H tt JAPJk Inoue, Koji and Irimajiri, Yoshinaga. Nihon keizai shigaku nyumon (Introduction to the study of Japanese economic history). Kobunsha, 1967. 8, 239p. (Keizai shigaku nyumon, pt. 2). HC/462/I62 A guide arranged by period, then by subject or problem. Discusses all the major controversies and standard works, and appends a bibliographical essay. L37 - Nihon keizaishi jiten (Dictionary of Japanese economic history). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1954. 3v. HC/461/N72 Contains about 5,000 signed articles covering social, political and legal matters related to economic history up to 1868 with emphasis on the Tokugawa period. Illustrations, charts, tables. Pronunciations are given to all terms. Indexes in v. 3. L38 W't - f -- /]J \'t Kobayashi, Noboru. Keizaigakushi shojiten (Small dictionary of the history of economics). Gakuseisha, 1963. 320p. Not in A.L. Chronologies L39 i~iJ f LjtH BHM< i4 & Tsuchiya, Takao and Yamaguchi, Kazuo. Nihon keizai keiei shi nenpyo (Historical chronology of Japanese economics and business). Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1968. 493, 60p. HC/462/T88 Covers from earliest times through 1967, with columns for economics and business; politics, society, and culture; and international affairs. Subject and company organization indexes. L40 tWAY H 2J_9M_ T h Kajinishi, Mitsuhaya and others. Nihon ni okeru shihon shugi no hattatsu nenpyo (Chronology of the development of capitalism in Japan). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1953. 206, 106p. HC/462.7/N682 Covers 1858-1951, briefly listing major economic, political, and social events and basic yearly statistics for such things as the number of firms, factories, workers, banks, rice prices, etc. Handy and easy to use. Comprehensive subject index. L41 A. ~ [] P? H ~ t Okazaki, Jiro and others. Nihon shihon shugi hattatsushi nenpyo (Chronology of the development of Japanese capitalism) enl. ed. Kawade Shob5, 1954. 450p. (Nihon kindaishi s5sho, supp.) HC/462.7/042 From 1868 to 1933, with events classified by subjects. Statistical tables cover major economic indicators. [M39]

Page  157 157 L42-L46 L47-L50 L42 'j{: AM P "pf' f 1:-/ 4i. t Usami, Seijiro. Sengo Nihon shihon shugi nenpyo (Chronology of capitalism in postwar Japan). Iwanami Shoten, 1954. 431p. (Nihon shihon shugi koza: Sengo Nihon no seiji to keizai, supp.) HC/462/N693/v.11 Most detailed chronology of political and economic developments from 1945 to 1953, with parallel columns for international affairs, political and economic events, and other national developments, the most important of which are in bold type. For each year, a brief political and economic summary is given. [M41] L43 ItJ I It]-69X Ht-T,i T Matsuo, Hiroshi and Yamaoka, Kikuo. Sengo Nihon keizai seisaku shi nenpyo (Chronology of postwar Japanese economic policies) enl. ed. Keiso Shobo, 1969. 653, 40p. HC/462.9/M38 The first edition covers 1945-1960; the enlarged edition adds 1961-1962. For each year a general summary precedes a chronological table which is divided into domestic and foreign political developments; industrial policy; fiscal, financial, and trade policy; and labor and social policy. Source Materials L44 A - H fATakimoto, Seiichi. Nihon keizai sosho (Compendium of Japanese economics). Bibliotheca Japonica Oeconomiae politicae. Nihon Keizai Sosho Kankokai, 1914-1917. 36v. HB/51/N68 Supplement: Zoku Nihon keizai sosho. Daitokaku, 1923. 3v. Reproduces most of the important economic works of the Tokugawa period, with emphasis on the writings of scholars and agricultural administrators. Appended to each volume is a handy table of contents in English and romanized Japanese with a brief content summary for each work. For expanded version, see below. L45 A4A- HO WAtiA Takimoto, Seiichi. Nihon keizai taiten (Compendium of Japanese economics). Shishi Shuppansha, and Keimeisha, 1928 -1930. 54v. Supplement, published by Meiji Bunken, 1976. 6v. HB/169/T15 L46 AfiWA Tsuzoku keizai bunko (Popular economic library). Nihon Keizai Sosho Kankokai, 1916-1917. 12v. HC/462.6/T92 Reprints, with illustrations, 70 economic writings popular during the Tokugawa period, including those on agriculture, crafts, business success, etc. Each volume is preceded by brief annotations of the writings therein, and Nihon keizai koten soran, L36, also annotates all of them. Furigana is used extensively throughout. L47 ftiJ III 0 t-X f Tokugawa jidai shogyo sosho (Series on Tokugawa commerce and industry). Kokusho Kankokai, 1914-1915. 3v. HF/3825/A45 Repr. ed. Meicho Kank5kai, 1965. 3v. Reproduces 19 Tokugawa works on commerce and industry, with an introductory section at the beginning of each volume. L48 Aft &k* 7W - Ono, Takeo. Kinsei jikata keizai shiryo (Materials on the early modern local economy). Kinsei Jikata Keizai Shiryo Kankokai, 1931-1932. lOv. HC/462.6/056 A basic collection of laws, handbooks, policy statements, and other materials relating to agriculture and agricultural economy during the Tokugawa period, with emphasis on the local situation. V. 9 and 10 concern the Ryukyu production system. The editor added a few headnotes. For an annotated listing of all the items, see Nihon keizai koten soran, L36. L49 BtA HM IJ~ti Norinsho. Nihon rinseishi shiryo (Materials on the history of Japanese forest administration). Choyokai, 1930-1934. 30v. SD/225/A35 A massive collection of documents on the pre-1868 forestry system in Japan, it is also useful for studying Japanese economic history. Divided into volumes, each arranged chronologically, on: pre-Tokugawa times (lv.); lands of the Imperial family, court nobles, and religious institutions (lv.); Bakufu laws and estates (3v.); and 38 han (25v.). Each volume has its own subject index. L50 7tOA Ho zi4t ikiAZi Okurasho. Nihon zaisei keizai shiryo

Page  158 158 L51-L52 L53-L56 (Historical materials on Japanese finance and economy). Zaisei Keizai Gakkai, 1922-1925. llv. HJ/1420/A34 A collection of documents on Japanese public finance, the economy, public works, transportation, population, the government system, etc., during the Tokugawa period. V. 11 contains a subject index and a functional chronological index. Reprints the works in Nihon keizai sosho and its supplement, excepting the English notes, and reproduces a number of economic works not in that series, including some preTokugawa materials. For an annotated list of writings in both series, see Nihon keizai koten soran, L36. See also Takimoto's Nihon keizai tensekiko, L35, which annotates fewer works but has fuller annotations. L51 fjIfi t Tokugawa rizai kaiyo (Tokugawa financial and economic administration), comp. by Okurasho Kirokukyoku. 1883. Reprints in the following series: Nihon keizai sosho, v. 35-36. HB/51/N6/L44 Nihon keizai taiten, v. 53-54. HB/169/T15/L45 Takimoto, Seiichi. Tokugawa sanbyakunen zaisei keizai hennanshi: Tokugawa (History of financial and economic development during 300 years of Tokugawa: Tokugawa). Shinbun D5jinkai, 1932. 1223p. HJ/1421/A35 A collection of basic materials dealing with Tokugawa financial and economic policies, arranged in sections on official financial administration, income, expenditures, money, agriculture, commerce and industry, and foreign trade. The above three works are all photo-reprints of the Okurasho's 1878-1880 compilation, published in 1883, but each has different pagination and a slightly different brief introduction by Takimoto. L52 i,f.'if'^, i_.u$ Honjo, Eijiro and others. Kinsei shakai keizai sosho (Modern socio-economic series). Kaizosha, 1926-1927. 12v. HB/51/H77 A standard collection of Tokugawa writings on society and economy. For an annotated listing of all its texts, see Nihon keizai koten soran, L36. L53 mi.-t Kinsei shakai keizai shiryo shusei (Collection of materials on early modern socio-economic conditions), comp. by Daito Bunka Daigaku. 1969-. In progress. HC/462.6/K55 V. 1-2, Kikinko, 1969, contains writings on starvation. V. 4-5, "Kekatsu mono," is a collection of stories about hunger and thirst. L54 XjA HJ'i/ L If: 41k iA -1 - Okurasho. Meiji zenki zaisei keizai shiryo shusei (Collected historical materials on early Meiji finance and economy), ed. by Ouchi Hyoe and Tsuchiya Takao. Repr. ed. Meiji Bunken Shiryo Kankokai, 1962-1964. 24v. HJ/1423/A25 First ed. Kaizosha, 1931-1936. 21v. A collection of basic government documents written from about 1868 to 1890, arranged by subject. Most of the documents are administrative reports on the results of Meiji financial and economic policies, especially valuable because they predate most of the government yearbooks. L55,,j?r~ Ji=+fq Takahashi, Kamekichi. Zaisei keizai nijugonen shi (25 years of finance and economy). Jitsugy5 no Sekaisha, 1932. 8v. HC/462/T1395 A well-rounded collection of documents on the economy and public finance, 1905-1930, taken mostly from official, corporate, and bank records. V. 8 contains a number of subject chronologies and annals, a detailed table of contents for the set, and chronological, organizational, personal name, geographical, subject, and kana order indexes. L56 f tHJ-VQ Showa sangyoshi (Showa industrial history). Toyo Shinposha, 1950. 3v. HC/462/T77 V. 1-2 outline developments in all significant industries from 1926, with emphasis on wartime changes. V. 3 gives statistics on banking, commodity prices, commodity supply and demand, trade, finance, labor, agriculture and forestry, overseas affairs and war damages. Wartime statistics especially useful. No index. [M45]

Page  159 159 L57-L61 L62-L66 ECONOMIC CONDITIONS Yearbooks L57 4AfttfI Keizai tokei nenkan (Economic statistics yearbook). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1917 -1944, 1952-. Annual. HC/465/S6/A15 Prewar editions titled Keizai nenkan with the English subtitle of The Oriental Economist Yearbook. The most recent volumes are divided into three main categories: forecasts and estimates, long term economic indicators, and general statistics, with subdivisions. Most tables cover 5-20 years, often with month to month figures. L59 A e Keizai hakusho (White paper on the economy), comp. by Keizai Kikakucho. Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1949-. Annual. HC/461/A247 Trade title for the Nenji keizai hokoku (Yearly economic report). In English known as Economic Survey of Japan, 1952-1953-. 1953-. Summary reports, commentary, basic data, and some statistical tables, arranged by broad subject, covering the main aspects of Japan's economy. Since 1955 most of each issue is devoted to one broad topic of current concern. L60 ji Keizai yoran (Manual of economics) 1954-, comp. by Keizai Kikakucho Chosakyoku, 1954-. Annual. HC/461/A235 A digest of economic statistics of Japan and foreign countries. Most tables cover the previous 5 to 15 years. L61 APB f ~Tihi Kokumin shotoku tokei nenpo (Annual report on national income statistics), comp. by Keizai Kikakucho. Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1966-. Annual. HJ/2165/K28 Known as Kokumin shotoku hakusho (White paper on national income) up to 1965, it became bilingual from 1966 under the above title. It contains statistical tables on economic subjects related to national income, expenditure, gross and net domestic product, gross saving and capital formation, etc. L62 X _-_ Kenmin shotoku tokei (Prefectural income statistics), comp. by Keizai Kikakucho Keizai Kenkyujo. Shiseido, 1963 -Irregular. HC/465/I5/K44 A cumulative compilation of comparative statistical tables, covering all the prefectures. The third edition, published in 1974, covers the period 1955 -1971. L63 Al+t Keizai tokei nenpo (Economic statistics annual), comp. by Nihon Ginko Tokeikyoku. 1967-. Annual. HC/461/N63 Continues the Honpo keizai tDkei (Economic statistics of Japan), 1920 -1966. Places emphasis on banking and finance, and gives some monthly statistics for the previous year or two, taken from the Bank's Keizai tokei geppo (Economic statistics monthly), and yearly statistics for up to 35 previous years. L64 H iA Nihon keizai nenkan (Japan economic yearbook). Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1950-1963. 13v. HC/461/A319 Gives a general survey of the fiscal year ending in March before the year of issuance and separate chapters on national income, production, agriculture and fisheries, trade, etc., with related statistics. No index. Compiled through the 1952 edition by the Statistics and Research Division, Ministry of International Trade and Industry. [M61] L65 H>O1A4 Nihon keizai nenpo (Annual report on Japanese economy) no. 1-102. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1930-1944, 1948-1959. 102v. HC/461/A318 Points out and comments on major topics in Japanese and world economy in each three-month period. Some issues report on serious economic studies. Suspended from Aug. 1944 to April 1948. [M62] L66 *iAH 6A*_O_ Asahi keizai nenshi (Asahi economic annual) 1928-1955. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1928-1955. 28v. HC/14/A78 Summary reports, commentary, basic data, and some statistical tables on all main aspects of Japan's economy, arranged by broad subject. General index.

Page  160 160 L67-L71 L72-L75 Statistics L67 W4iv tD A Keizai bunseki no tame no deta kaisetsu (Guide to economic analysis of statistical data). Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1972. 447p. HC/462.9/N682 Explains the aims and contents of economic surveys, gives the names of surveyors and dates of their publications, and shows how surveys are used to analyze contemporary Japanese economics. L68 -- ", i r I Tie r ItHitotsubashi Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Kaisetsu keizai tokei: Nihon keizai bunseki no tameni (Annotated economic statistics: for analyzing the Japanese economy). Iwanami Shoten, 1953. 7, 207p. HC/462.8/H67 A manual with many statistics from 1929 to 1950-1952, copious explanations of their meaning and use, and lists of reference sources. Organized in 9 standard statistical categories. For the advanced user of statistical compilations. Supplemented by Kaisetsu Nihon keizai tDkei, L69. L69 A'i Li mnJl ~I f Hitotsubashi Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo. Kaisetsu Nihon keizai tokei: tokuni sengo no bunseki no tameni (Annotated Japanese economic statistics: for postwar analysis). Iwanami Shoten, 1961. 8, 192p. HC/462.9/H67 Extends the contents to 1957-1958. L70 -*~ m mt r Hitotsubashi Daigaku. Keizai Kenkyujo, and Nihon Keizai Tokei Bunken Senta. Meiji iko honpo keizai tokei manyuaru mokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese economic statistical research manuals of the Meiji period and after, in the Hitotsubashi University collection). 1972. 5, 144, 16p. (Tokushu bunken mokuroku series, 3). Z/7551/A2/H67 A listing of works concerned mainly with methodology in compiling statistics, tabulating them, organizing them, etc. Arranged in 19 categories, such as industry and occupation, population, national income, foreign trade and balance of payments, etc. Author index. L71 H*wi ~t tat Nihon keizai tokei sokan (Compendium of Japanese economic statistics). Osaka, Asahi Shinbunsha, 1930. 1280p. HC/465/S6/A78 Reprinted, 1966, by Tokyo Reprintosha. A detailed compilation of statistics in year by year or month by month time series, mostly from early Meiji to 1929. L72 IWWiF, lk Meiji Taisho kokusei soran (Outline of national conditions, Meiji, Taisho period). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1927. 50, 764p. HC/465/S6/T75 A handy one-volume summary of the major socio-economic statistics on banking, securities, commodities, trade, industry and society from the first, recorded early in the Meiji period, to 1924 or 1925, supplemented with statistics to 1914 on miscellaneous matters not covered in the main compilation. [M71] L73 4H *It WAPJ HK it < th Nihon Tokei Kenkyujo. Nihon keizai tokeishu: Meiji, Taisho, Showa (Collection of Japanese economic statistics: Meiji, Taisho, Showa). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1958. 13, 407p. HC/462.7/N68 Statistical tables from 1868 to 1956, with comments and notes on sources, in sections on land, population, mining and industry, transportation and communication, agriculture, trade and balance of international payments, banking, finance, commodity prices, national life, national wealth and income, class structure and former colonies. Chronology of the history of statistics in Japan from 1869 to 1957 lists statistical studies and related matters. [M72] L74 {. Showa ----. Kokufu chosa hokoku (National wealth survey of Japan), comp. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku and Keizai Kikakucho. 1955- Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1957-. Every 5 years. HC/462.9/A176 A.L. holds 2v. of 1955 and 6v. of 1970. Contains statistical tables for all types of government, business and household or individual assets. 1955 was the first year that the system of national income accounting was used, but previous surveys of national wealth were taken in 1905, 1910, 1913, 1917, 1919, 1924, 1930, and 1935, all of which involved land or natural resources. Recent editions have bilingual column headings. L75 -TifsiA^sh agS.Tatkt Ts-usho Sangyosho. Tsusho sangyo tokei

Page  161 161 L76-L79 L80-L82 yoran (Manual of statistics on trade and industry) 1957-. Tsusho Sangyo Chosakai, 1957-. Annual. HC/461/A283 1954 edition titled Tsusho tokei yoran, 1955 edition, Shuyo keizai tokei. A concise compilation for the preceding 5 years, with about 20 major sections, including national income, prices, foreign trade, small and medium size business, industrial technology and patents, etc. L76 JiJ M J]X Jt Minryoku: to-do-fu-ken betsu minryoku sokutei shiryoshu (National wealth: collected data and measurements of national wealth by prefecture). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1960-. Annual. HA/1844/M66 An analytical compilation of comparative prefectural statistics. Contains 100 -150 charts, each covering all the prefectures in about 7 major areas: population, land, production, the economy, construction and housing, transportation and communication, and culture. Well documented. L77 IV,\\ Mijj Jikeiretsu minryoku sokutei shiryoshu (Time series of collected data and measurements on national wealth) 1961-70. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1970. 339p. HA/1844/M66/sup. Supplement to the above, L76, shows changes in regional industrial organization. Useful in estimating future development. L78 J I I X- M L Okawa, Kazushi and others. Choki keizai tokei: suikei to bunseki (Estimates of long-term economic statistics of Japan since 1868). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1965-. 13v. HC/465/S6/C53 A reliable collection of data, arranged in chronological series, on national income, with related statistics. Emphasis of each volume is on statistical methods and materials. The foreword, contents, summary of estimating procedures, remarks and sources of tables, and all statistical tables are also in English. L79 4&imTMASP tX H*6DOAPit Keizai Kikakucho. Chosakyoku. Tokeika. Nihon no keizai t5kei (Economic statistics of Japan). Shiseid5, 1964. 2v. HC/465/S6/A2 Continues Nihon no keizai tokei (Economic statistics of Japan) 1959. Iv. Cumulative principal Japanese economic statistics from the Meiji period to about 1962 with appended chronology of Japanese economy. Index. [M73] L80 H tiH E HAlfT -t'J l mH~- W t8m i -tNihon Ginko. T-keikyoku. Meiji iko honpo shuyo keizai tokei (Post-Meiji principal Japanese economic statistics/ Hundred-year statistics of the Japanese economy). 1966. 616p. HC/465/S6/N67 Supercedes Nihon keizai tokei —Meiji iko (Post-Meiji Japanese economic statistics). 1962. 3, 107p. Supplemented by Kaitei kokumin shotoku tokei (Revised national income statistics, 1951-1964). 1966; English translation of explanatory notes; English translation of footnotes. A bilingual, cumulative compilation of 140 principal economic indexes from the early Meiji era to 1965 grouped under 12 main categories: population, land area and national wealth, national income, employment and wages, prices, industry, public finance, money and banking, foreign trade, business, livelihood (kokumin seikatsu), and international comparisons. The extensive footnotes and explanatory notes sections make this work indispensible for anyone working with Japanese historical statistics. Easy to use. L81 / tt Zaisei keizai tokei nenpo (Annual report on financial and economic statistics), comp. by Okurasho Rizaikyoku and Nihon Ginko. Okura Zaimu Kyokai, 1948. 847p. HC/462.8/A2 Cumulative statistics from 1926 to about 1945 and detailed statistics from 1946 to 1948 on finance, banking and economy in general. Especially useful for war and early postwar years. [M74] L82 b [rLljW# TM H ta Nakayama, Ichir.o Nihon no kokufu k5zo (Structureof Japanese national wealth). Toy5 Keizai Shinposha, 1959. 632p. HC/462.9/N16 The first half explains the principles and methods of the Economic Planning Agency in its investigation, completed in 1958, of national wealth in 1955, the first such postwar investigation, and the second half outlines the results,

Page  162 162 L83-L88 L89-L93 with statistics which include prewar and foreign estimates of national wealth. [M75] L83 ^ ir am im Keizai Kikakucho. Keizai hendo kansoku shiryo nenpo (Annual report on business cycle indicators). 1967-. Annual. HC/461/A234 L84 ~ILm4 ^k Chiiki keizai soran (Survey of regional economics) 1971-. T5oy Keizai Shinposha, 1971-. Annual. HC/461/C53 Detailed statistical tables covering a wide variety of economic data for prefectures and cities. Issued as supplement to Shukan T-yo keizai (Toyo keizai weekly). L85 WAILJMi rdMli 1A Keizai Kikakucho. Chosakyoku. Chiiki keizai yoran (Regional economic survey). Abe Shashin Insatsu, 1966-. Annual. HC/465/S6/C48 A concise compilation of statistical tables, with major sections for land, resources, and population; prefectural income, regional finance, and money and banking; production; employment and wages; prices and living conditions. Each section is arranged by prefectures, or regions and cities. L86 t At1\ T Chiiki keizai tokei bunseki (Regional economic statistics analysis), comp. by Nihon Kaihatsu Ginko Chiiki keizai Kenkyukai. Kin'yu Zaisei Jij5 Kenkyukai, 1969. 213p. Not in A.L. POPULATION Bibliographies, Dictionary L87 t AJ Ea s 41Hm9 fkW S Koseisho. Jinko Mondai Kenkyuijo. Jinko mondai kankei shiryo mokuroku (Bibliography of materials on the population problems). 1963-. 1965-. Annual. Z/7164/D3/J62 A comprehensive unannotated bibliography of articles in scholarly journals and other periodicals on all aspects of world demography, arranged by serial title. List of periodicals appended. L88 Qt- t^S)t )90 nl S 24~fi@t Sorifu, Tokeikyoku. Hobun jinko kankei bunken narabini shiryo kaidai (Japanese literature on population, with comments). 1951. 407p. mimeo. Z/7164/D3/J35 L89 j2- $ 1H\II r 2 U J A \ k pNihon Yunesuko Kokunai Iinkai and Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Jinko mondai kankei bunken mokuroku (Literature on population problems in Japan). 1945-1951. 1952. 46, 20p. Z/3308/P77/N65 L90 I [JRjtI Jinko daijiten (Comprehensive cyclopedia of population). Heibonsha, 1957. 940p. HB/851/J62 A detailed technical dictionary-handbook arranged by broad subject, covering all aspects of demography on a world-wide scale, yet including material specifically on Japan. Appended are a list of organizations concerned with population study, statistical tables, bibliography of reference works, and population maps. Subject index. Sources L91 NN1 it _J HfiH+-TH HA H F2t Naikaku Tokeikyoku. Meiji sanjuichi-nen Nihon Teikoku jinko t5kei (Japanese population statistics, 1898). 1901. 6, 376p. HA/1832/A23 Local population tables listing males, females, foundlings, vagrants, prisoners, and households, arranged by city, town and village; prefectural population tables by social class, marital status, the very old, size/class of towns and cities; and prefectural vital statistics, giving the number of births, deaths, foundlings, marriages and divorces. Superseded by the following: L92 P f, 9l (H B)A)lt FiNaikaku Tokeikyoku. (Nihon Teikoku) Jinko dotai tokei (Vital statistics of Japan). 1903-1945. Annual. L93 FtWit- -ltli3 AASAJt tt Koseisho. Tokeichosabu. Jinko d5tai tokei (Vital statistics). 1947 -Annual. HA/1831/A33 Reports in great detail on births, deaths, illnesses, marriages, and divorces, which are usually broken down by month, sex, age, and prefecture. Detailed table of contents. Covers from 1899 onward. In the 1910s, it was

Page  163 163 L94-L98 L99-L103 bilingual, Japanese-French, subtitled Mouvement de la population de Z'Empire du Japon. The 1932 volume dropped "Nihon Teikoku" from the title; it became bilingual, Japanese-English, in 1947. Supplements of the volume covering 1946 include a revised and enlarged version of the 1944-1945 statistics published by S5rifu Tokeikyoku in 1947. Annual summary volumes also exist covering the years 1917-1936. L94 Rt h (HHZ9) AXtZ i d Naikaku Tokeikyoku. (Nihon Teikoku) Jink5 dotai tokei kijutsuhen (Japanese vital statistics: description). 1920 -1938. 20v. HA/1831/A3 L95? Xt l' g Koseisho. Tokei Chosabu. Jink5 d5tai tokei nenpo (Annual reports of vital statistics). 1949-. Not in A.L. L96 H A Kokusei chosa hokoku (Population census of Japan) 1920-. Sorifu Tokeikyoku, and its predecessor, Naikaku Tokeikyoku, 1923-. Quinquennial. HA/1835/A3/1920 The coverage and arrangement varies with each set, but recent ones are subdivided into sections on total population, 1% sample tabulation, a report on all of Japan, report by prefecture, and place of work. The tables include breakdowns by age, sex, occupation, prefecture, and comparisons with figures of the previous 5-10 years. English headings have been given since the 1950 edition. Supplements to 1970 population census include "Atlas of census tract boundaries" and "Densely inhabited districts." L97 Population estimates for periods between Census years are found in Jinko suikei geppo (Monthly report of population estimates) published by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. L98 QM0t tt9 W'y- t[I Sorifu. Tokeikyoku. Chiiki messhu tokei chizu (Statistical maps on grid square basis: 1970 population census results). Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1973 -1974. 2v. HA/1835/A3 A collection of computer-produced grid maps treating 15 standard statistical categories. MANAGEMENT L99 TiE Keiei tosho somokuroku (Catalog of books on management) 1976 ed. Horitsusho, Keizaisho, Keieisho Mokuroku Kankokai, 1976. 236p. Z/7164/C81/K27 Books in print in 1975 and to be published in April 1976. Lists 3,700 items, classified by Nippon Decimal Classification, with brief annotations. Title index. L100 MI rq 3 * 4>$>f * fik OR t A Takamiya, Susumu. Taikei keieigaku jiten (Systematic dictionary of business administration). Daiyamondosha, 1970. 18, 1586p. HD/38/T14 A dictionary-handbook covering the theory and practice of business administration and related subjects, with emphasis on foreign models, arranged by subject. Each entry is signed and gives English equivalents. An unannotated subject bibliography of books and periodicals, and indexes, are appended. L101 O Kurumado, Minoru. Keiei kanri jiten (Business management dictionary). Dobunkan, 1978. 374p. HD/19/K25 Signed articles on about 1,200 terms. No Japanese pronunciation is given for each term, but English equivalents are included. Relative indexes in Japanese and English. L102 TStA fi, O -mA Nihon Keiei Kyokai. Shin keiei yogo jiten (Dictionary of new management terms). Nihon Keiei Shuppankai, 1975. 506p. HD/19/N67 Covers all aspects of modern Japan in about 3,000 basic terms. Classified table of contents at the beginning. No index. L103 4^ jfThft Shuyo kigyo keiei bunseki (Analysis of financial statements of main industrial corporations in Japan) 1951-. Comp. by Nihon Ginko Tokeikyoku, 1952 -Biennial. HD/2907/A1/N67 Former title: Honpo shuyo kigyo keiei bunseki ehDsa, 1951-1959. English edition since 1962. Mitsubishi Keizai Kenkyujo publishes a similar work titled Kigyo keiei no bunseki, 1928 -

Page  164 164 L104-L107 Ll08-Lll1 L104 Tj{fi -i- I LmHG (Showa 52 nenban). Roshi kankei hakusho: Nihongata keiei sanka no teisho (Labor management relations white paper: a proposal for Japanese style management participation), ed. by Nihon Seisansei Honbu —Japan Productivity Center, Standing Committee of Joint LaborManagement System. 1977. 188p. HD/8723/R73 MONEY Li 05 [\1 1IY 'il K$4 i'H*B TM Nihon Ginko. Chosakyoku. Zuroku Nihon no kahei (Illustrated Japanese money). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1972-1976. llv. HG/1276/N67 An exhaustive history of Japanese money, arranged by period. About one fourth of each volume is devoted to color plates illustrating money and its manufacture, followed by a keyed section of explanations. Table of contents, a summary of the text, and plate captions are also in English. Bibliography, charts and tables, chronology, index of money are included. L1061PII9L 5 )KH4t Q Honjo. Eijiro. Dai Nihon kaheishi (History of Japanese currency). Okarusho, 1876-1883. 46v. Choyokai, 1925-1926. 8v. (rev. by Honjo). HG/1273/Y65 Also reprinted in 1936-1937. 8v. This was the most comprehensive work until the above Zuroku Nihon no kahei, L105, was published. It covers from ancient times to 1872. Gives chronologically arranged quotations from primary sources on coins, paper money, local currency, and related matters such as exchange rates, commodity prices, loans, gold, silver, etc. In the 1925 edition, Honjo rearranged the set and added a supplementary volume containing a table of contents, currency tables, chronology 485-1875, and subject index. Illustrations in reproduction are not as good as in the first edition. BANKING Bibliographies L107 Shken Seido Kenkyukai. ShPken kan Shoken Seido Kenkyukai. Shoken kankei shuyo zasshi kiji sakuin (Index to major journal articles on securities). Chikura Shobo, 1969. 16, 417p. Z/7164/C18/S55 Lists about 10,000 articles from 140 journals, published between 1945 and 1966, with full citations, arranged by subject. Title and author indexes. L108 t:,lj- An{i ]l Asajima, Shoichi. Honpo shintaku bunken somokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese trust companies. Prewar materials). Shintaku Kyokai, 1974. 435p. Z/7165/J3/A76 Lists 5,704 monographs and journal articles in four arrangements: chronologically, by subject, by companies, and by authors. L109 j J I I'J9AL 9 o 1A -22 iw I\ Tokyo Ginko Kyokai soritsu 90 shunen kinen kikanshi kiji sakuin (Tokyo Banking Association 90th year anniversary. Index to articles of its journals) V. 1-. Tokyo Ginko Kyokai Chosabu, 1973-. In progress. Z/7164/F5/T65 V. 1 covers Meiji-Taisho period, 1868 -1925. Index to articles in Ginkz shukai rizai shinpp: monthly, May 1878-Jan. 1879; Tokyo keizai zasshi: monthly, Jan. 1879-July 1879, semi-monthly, Aug. 1879-June 1880, weekly (no. 2138), July 1881-Sept. 1923; Ginko tsushinroku: monthly, Dec. 1885- (June 1942). V. 2 will cover the Showa period, 1926 -Dictionaries LilO Almm Taikei kin'yu jiten (Systematic dictionary of money and banking), by Shinjo Hiroshi and others. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1966. 17, 1046p. HG/151/T15 Covers terms related to monetary theories, systems, policies and practices. Subject and name indexes. This is an enlarged and updated version of the same title by Takagaki Torajiro, 1953. LIii W~I it Hashizume, Akio. Kin'yu daijiten (Dictionary of finance). Nihon Hyoronsha, 1934. 3v. HG/171/K56 About 5,000 signed entries on finance,

Page  165 165 L112-L116 LI 1 7-L121 money, and banking. Japanese pronunciations and English equivalents are indicated. Includes illustrations of credit instruments. Useful for historical study. LI 12 >-Mnffl^S4 Kin'yu yogo jiten (Dictionary of financial terms) rev. ed. Kindai Serususha, 1970. 14, 310p. HG/151/K53 About 1,500 brief entries, covering all aspects of finance. L113 -aptHi0 Shoken yogo jiten (Dictionary of securities terms) rev. ed. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1976. 272p. HG/4513/S55 Contains about 1,600 short entries, arranged and indexed by subject. L114 11IljuN yPtHt FfWUIPA$ Yamaguchi, Shigeru and Okinaka, Tsuneyuki. Gendai kin'yl jiten (Modern finance dictionary). Shunjusha, 1959 -1965. 6v. HG/151/G32 An encyclopedia-handbook with long signed articles in outline form, arranged by subject. V. 1-2 treat money market operations and laws; v. 3, management and supervision; v. 4, systems and institutions; v. 5, administration and policies; v. 6 is a supplement which revises and enlarges the original 5v. set. Subject index in each volume. Directories Ll15 BZ;4BIA _ Nihon kin'yu meikan (Directory of Japanese finance) 1960-. Nihon Kin'yu Tsushinsha, 1960-. Annual. HG/1505/J3/N6 Lists banks of all types, related institutions and official agencies, their histories, and names of top officials. L116 H)B* TRff %~DX Nihon no ginko: sono hito to soshiki (Japanese banks: their men and organizations). Seisaku Jihosha, 1975. 381p. HG/3323/N72 A popular history of banks and their directors, arranged by types of banks: government-supported banks, long term credit banks, city banks, trust banks, local mutual banks, and credit unions. Chronology, Yearbooks L117 Ht ~,^-J [t:,J 1 -: Nihon Ginko. Chosakyoku. Nihon kin'yu nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese money market) 1868-1960. Enl. ed. 1961. 196p. HG/3324/N64 Covers general political-economic events, Japanese banking and the Bank of Japan. L118 RA TJfR mWiRJI 'M Okurasho. Ginkokyoku. Ginkokyoku kin'yu nenpo (Annual report of the Banking Bureau on the money market) no. 1, 1952-. Kin'yu Zaisei Jijo Kenkyukai, 1952-. HG/3323/A32 Basic for information on yearly developments. Supplemented with "Current regulations of the Banking Bureau, Ministry of Finance." [M121] L119 XtA'RIfs VW}*4 Okurasho. Ginkokyoku. Ginkokyoku nenpo (Bureau of banks annual report). Naikaku Insatsukyoku, 1880-1942. Annual. HG/2232/A33 Statistical tables detailing the activities and financial situations of various Japanese banks and banking institutions. Earlier titles were Ginkokyoku hokoku, v. 1-12, and Ginko oyobi tanpo tsuki shasai shintaku jigyD hokoku, v. 13-29. Ginkokyoku kin'yu nenpo was the postwar title. L120/)t. ",;~R:j-_ Okurash5. Rizaikyoku. Kin'yu jiko sankosho (Financial affairs reference book). Naikaku Insatsukyoku, 1893-1943. HG/3324/A25 Official compilation of statistical tables on money, banking, and related financial affairs. L121 HEMf~ 2~:Q7M HB:,~,k_.. Hm_-)~iEs Nihon Ginko. Chosakyoku. Nihon kin'yushi shiryo: Meiji-Taisho hen (Materials on Japanese financial history: Meiji Taisho era). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1955-1961. 27v. HG/3321/N69 A collection of primary materials: government documents, statistical surveys, private reports, periodical articles, books, etc., nearly all related to banking in Japan from 1868 to 1926. The final volume is a general table of contents. Continued by:

Page  166 166 L122-L1 27 L128-L134 L122 tuI mr 11R - ALVt 1w Nihon Ginko. Chosabu. Nihon kin'yushi shiryo: Showa hen (Materials on Japanese financial history: Showa era). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1961-1974. 35v. HG/3321/N691 V. 35 contains a general table of contents, and an index to statistical tables arranged by subject. FINANCE Dictionaries Basic statistical tables for public finances, within the central government, arranged by broad subject for 10 to 30 year periods. L128 Ut&/,,t tZaisei keizai tokei y5ran (Manual of financial and economic statistics) 1951-. Compiled by Okurasho. 1951 -Annual. Not in A.L. L129 ar^"F i }.J ^-~a Okurasho. Shuzeikyoku. Shuzeikyoku tokei nenposho (Tax Bureau annual statistical report). 1875-1944? HJ/77/R2/A3 L123 4\frt 4t A-i 1 t A<-n tw Hayashi, Shuzo and Morinaga, Teiichiro. Zaisei kaikei jiten (Dictionary of finance and accounting). Gakuyo Shobo. 1959. 511p. HJ/129/J3/H41 A revised 1967 edition by Takatsuji Masami and Tanimura Yutaka. Explains 813 common terms in current laws and regulations on finance and accounting. L124 LII J~ ~ AI f M nt Nihon Zeirishikai Rengokai. Zeimu yogo jiten (Dictionary of taxation) rev. ed. Teikoku Chih5 Gyosei Gakkai, 1970. 939p. HJ/2986/N685 A glossary handbook on the theory and practice of taxation, arranged by type of revenue. Subject index. L125 Lf)i_ S Jf-A0t Zeih5 yogo shojiten (Small dictionary of tax laws terminology) rev. ed., by Nakagawa Ichir5 and others. Chuo Keizaisha, 1975. 249p. HJ/2986/K62 Statistics L126 ktVAiV F Okurasho nenpo (Finance Ministry annual report). 1875-1943, 1953 -HJ/77/A1 A.L. holdings incomplete. Detailed statistical tables on a wide variety of economic subjects. Publication suspended, 1944-1952. L127 TtQA* 4tttfC Okurasho. Shukeikyoku. Chosaka. Zaisei tokei (Public finance statistics). Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 19 —. Annual. HJ/77/R2/A25 L130 fr LFr, _ Kokuzeicho. Kokuzeicho tokei nenposho (National Tax Agency annual statistical report). 1950? Annual. HJ/77/R2/A2 The above two, considered as one work, give detailed statistical tables for income, property, business, inheritance, and other taxes. L131 f{~ )<~4F-/~ Meiji Taisho zaisei shoran (Detailed financial survey, 1868-1926). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1926. 18, 760p. HJ/1423/M53 Comprehensive basic collection of MeijiTaisho statistics on national and local finances, with tax rates, a chronology, a list of officials concerned with finance, and a general survey of national and local public property. Subject index. Can be used advantageously with L72. [M137] L132 Ar? WC ftMi V1 I)j^^ttS 9 eii Jichisho. Chiho zaisei hakusho: Chiho zaisei no jokyo (White paper on local finance). Okurash5 Insatsukyoku, 1953- Annual. HJ/9570/C54 Covers development of the past three years or so. ChihD zaisei no jokyo, the subtitle, is the official report title. L133 M792tt~ Chiho zaisei tokei nenpo (Annual statistical report on local finance), comp. by Jichish5. Chiho Zaimu Kyokai, 1912 -1951-. Annual. HJ/9570/C55 L134 it~Vj~ 7IJa Chiho koei kigyo nenkan (Yearbook of local public enterprises), comp. by Jichisho. Chiho Zaimu Kyokai, 1955 -

Page  167 167 L135-L138 Annual. HD/4315/A1/C5 Gives the size, finances and personnel of water, gas, electricity and transportation systems, hospitals and other local public enterprises, with details of their financial statements. [M135] Sources L135 CAM(i) * U Katsu, Yasuyoshi (Kaishu). Suij inroku (Collection of materials). Okurasho, 1890. 3v., Reprinted in Katsu zenshu (Complete works of Katsu Kaishu). Kaizosha, 1927. v. 3-5. HJ/1423/K25 L139-L142 L139 'fit %ttt X ^mt>1G^m l'tX Okurasho. Zaiseishi Shitsu. Showa zaiseishi: shusen kara kowa made (Sh5wa financial history: from the end of the War to the Peace Treaty). Toy5 Keizai Shinposha, 1976-. 9v. as of 1979. HJ/1424/A261 Scheduled in 20v., to cover 1945-1952, with v. 16-18 for documents, one of English language materials, v. 19 a chronology and general index, and v. 20, statistics. L140 UO Wi;k HA 7~att Okurasho. Shuzeikyoku. Dai Nihon sozeishi (History of Japanese taxation) repr. ed. Naikaku Insatsukyoku, 1925 -1927. 3v. HJ/2981/A43 Reprints 45 official and private records related to Tokugawa public finance and economic policies, compiled by Count Katsu Kaishu, 1823-1899, a high ranking official in both the Bakufu and Meiji military, at the Okurash5's request. V. 3 is a supplement entitled Suijin yoroku. L136 >kA~i HfMlA-. Okurasho. Meiji zaiseishi (Meiji financial history). Meiji Zaiseishi Hakkokai, 1926-1928. 15v. HJ/1423/A34 An encyclopedic compilation of historical materials, descriptions, and explanations covering central government public finance from 1868 to 1902. Still considered a definitive and authoritative work on the subject. V. 5 contains a general table of contents and page by page outline "index." Continued by the following three works. L137 5 r HW fi~ E Okurasho. Meiji Taisho zaiseishi (Meiji Taish5 financial history). Zaiseishi Keizai Gakkai, 1936-1940. 20v. HJ/1424/A24 Repr. ed. by Keizai Oraisha, 1955-1959. 20v. Covers 1903-1926. General table of contents in v. 1. L138 )jQA ThsgftAk nkurasho. Showa zaiseishi (Sh5wa financial history). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1954-1965. 18v. HJ/1424/A26 Covers 1926-1945. Chronology, 1918 -1946, and comprehensive subject index in v. 18. Originally printed in 1882-1885, 70v. in 30v. A compilation of documents, excerpts from primary sources, charts, tables, drawings, etc., on Japanese tax systems, organized by subject, then chronologically arranged from ancient times to 1880. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY General Works L141 H$VjF — X Nihon shogyo nenkan (Yearbook of Japanese commerce). Sh5gyokai, 1969-. Annual. HF/3821/N66 Covers Japanese commerce and closely related subjects, focusing on retail trade and commodities. Arranged by subject, and consisting of summary reports interspersed with numerous charts, diagrams, and statistical tables. Personal and organizational directory, appended. L142 An7tiA Shohin daijiten (Dictionary of commodities) rev. and ed. by Ishii Raizo and others. Toyo Keizai Shinp5sha, 1976. 25, 1608p. HF/1041/T13 An excellent dictionary covering all types of commodities, with emphasis on those made or used in Japan. Arranged in 21 major groups, each with subdivisions. Each entry gives kana, kanji, and English equivalent; and a detailed and highly technical description of the main and related products, for which English equivalents are also given. Profusely illustrated with photographs, line

Page  168 168 L143-L147 T., 14 T 1 -77 ~_ I: Ui..,l. drawings, charts, tables, schematic diagrams, chemical chains, etc. Appended are a directory of commodity organizations, list of organizational abbreviations and a list of special commodity markings and symbols used on Japanese products. Subject indexes. L143 I1 4I X J JR. Nihon no meisan jiten (Dictionary of Japan's special products), ed. by End5 Motoo and others. T5yo Keizai Shinposha, 1977. 1023, 77p. HC/15/N62 Gives historical descriptions of local special products, including agricultural and marine products, food, sweets, toys and crafts, arranged by regions and prefectures. Contains maps for each prefecture, illustrations and kana order index of goods. L144 Ii'lh41t K5koku jiten (Advertising handbook), ed. by Shimizu Akira and others. Dobunkan, 1956. 2, 8, 399p. HF/5803/S55 An introductory handbook of advertising theory and practice, arranged by subject. Brief subject index. Medium and SmallSize Industries L145 1/J]ARj^^^H^ Chusho kigyo mondai bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of medium and small-size industry problems), comp. by Shoko Kumiai Chuo Kinko Chosabu, 1976. 177p. Z/7164/C8/S55 Covers 1964-1975, including books, pamphlets, yearbooks. Unannotated classified list by broad subjects with subheadings. L146 H4 h @@t L '/J ' fft lt _ Zenkoku ChushD Kigyo Dantai Chuokai. Chusho kigyo kumiai soran (Manual on unions in small and medium size industries). 1969. 20, 818p. HD/2429/J3/Z54 Surveys the history, present stage, and finances of unions with pertinent statistics. Includes a list of references, a directory of organizations, and their officials. L147 /Ja (ti p Chusho kigyo hakusho (White paper on small and medium-size industries). 1963-. Comp. by Chush5 Kigyoch5. 1964-. Annual. HD/2346/J3/A1/C5 Official report titled Chusho kigyo no doko ni kansuru nenji hDkoku (Annual report on the trends of the small and medium-size industries). A standard yearbook of brief reports, charts, diagrams, etc., on present conditions and trends in enterprises with capital of less than Y50 million, or private corporations with under 300 employees. Statistical materials appended. L148 r'lT -C-) 6q/1 M^ -( Zu de miru chusho kigyo hakusho (Illustrated white paper on small and mediumsize industries), comp. by Chusho Kigyocho. 1969-. Annual. HD/2346/J3/A1/Z9 L149 'tI/JAfTS= ]- - - Chusho Kigyocho. Kogyo jittai kihon chosa hokokusho (Report on the basic survey of industrial conditions) 1957- 1959-. About every 5 years. HD/2346/J3/A22 A compilation of statistical tables dealing with small and medium-size enterprises, arranged by type of business or industry. Originally titled Chusho kigy5 s5go kihon chosa hokokusho, 1957, 1962, 1966. L 150 i J ~:-t D t Chusho kigyo no keiei shihyo (Small and medium-size enterprise financial indicators) 1953-. Chusho Kigyo Shindan Kyokai, 1954-. Annual. HG/4245/A14 A tabular compilation of business indicators for the previous fiscal year, arranged by type of business. The first issue was titled Chusho kigyo no keiei jittai. Directories L151 ~~^ ^ Kaisha kigyo meikan (Directory of companies and enterprises), comp. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. 1962-. Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1962-. Every three years. HD/2907/K135 Lists and gives addresses for about 300,000 Japanese firms, arranged by type of industry. Index of firm names.

Page  169 169 L152-L 55 L156-L 61 L152 kI-MSi Nihon kigyo yoran (Guide to Japanese firms) 1960-. Shokuryo Keizai Shinbunsha, 1960-. Annual. HD/2907/N675 A directory-guide to about 750 major Japanese firms, arranged by the dates on which they settle their accounts. Includes each firm's symbol, president's photograph, directory information for the main and branch locations, a variety of financial data, and a capsule history for each main branch or unit. Firm name index. L153 aik jA~R l$k Toyo Keizai kaisha jinjiroku (Toyo Keizai directory of company personnel) 1963-. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1963-. Annual. HD/2907/T75 Lists about 100,000 officers of 1,400 -1,900 Japanese companies, including about 300 whose stocks are not listed on the Tokyo exchange. Organized by type of enterprise. For each company, gives its symbol, address, capitalization, founding date, number of employees, fiscal year, product line, branches or subsidiaries, and a list of main officers by title, with brief biographical and directory information. Firm name index. L154 A~^ Kaisha nenkan (Yearbook of companies) 1949-. Comp. by Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1949-. Annual. HD/2907/K12 Lists about 1,700 major Japanese firms. Arranged by stock exchange, then by type of firm. For each company it gives detailed data on profits and losses, composition of debts, product line, labor conditions, etc., and directory style information. Firm name index. L155 -;; tigiS L Kaisha sokan (General survey of companies) 1960-. Comp. by Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1960-. Annual. HD/2907/K14 A directory of about 5,000 major Japanese firms whose stocks have not been offered for subscription, arranged by type of firm. In addition to the usual directory type information, this gives each firm's volume of sales, profits and losses, main bankers, amount of capital, etc. Firm name index. Company Histories L156 ^^~^m Kabushiki kaisha nenkan (Japanese corporations yearbook) 1950-. Comp. by Yamaichi Shoken, 1949- HG/5771/K12 A.L. holdings incomplete. Covers companies listed on Japanese security exchanges. English edition available since 1960. L157 Il jt^W k Jojo kaisha soran (Survey of listed companies) 1949-. Comp. by Tokyo Shoken Torihikijo. Nihon Shoken Shinbunsha, 1951-. Annual. Not in A.L. Lists those in the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. L158 3K- A-E> K U^4~^ Daiyamondo kaisha shokuinroku (Diamond's directory of company officers). Daiyamondosha, 1942-. Annual. HD / 2907/D13 A standard listing, arranged by type of firm, then by individual company, of some 1,700 major Japanese corporations on the 8 national stock exchanges, and about 150,000 of their main officers, giving brief directory style information for both lists. Indexes by firm names and types. L159 ^t>K iN X~JHt ~ti~ Daiyamondo kaisha shokuinroku: hijojo kaisha ban (Diamond's directory of company officers: "not listed" corporations on the stock exchange). Daiamondosha, 19 —. Not in A.L. L160 PJWiXI; 4 ' Kigy5 betsu gaishi donyu soran (Survey of foreign investments by company) 1970-. Keizai Chosa Kyokai, 1970 -Annual. HG/5772/K47 A tabular listing showing which foreign firms have invested in which Japanese enterprises since 1949, the amount of investment, dates, etc. Company Histories L161 ^i~ H^ Kin'yu Keizai Kenkyujo and Ohara Shakai Mondai Kenkyujo. Honp5 kaishashi mokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese

Page  170 170 L162-L167 L1 68-L172 company histories). 1962. 8, 146p. Z/7164/T87/K56 An unannotated list of books, arranged by industry. Indicates location of each book. Index by titles, enterprises, and organizational names. L162 m ThWYH Keizai Dantai Reng5kai. Shashi keizai dantai shi mokuroku (Bibliography of histories of companies and economic organizations). 1961. 88p. Z/7164/C81/K4 Arranged by type of firm or organization. Index. L163 A W Jt-I H i f-t'l Tsusho Sangyosho. Nihon kaishashi soran (Historical survey of Japanese companies). Keizai Oraisha, 1954. 2, 20, 906p. HD/2907/A35 Gives a general account of different branches of industry and the histories to April 1954 of about 1,000 major companies. [M174] L164 -- -,_ f )m i A Pfi tA.,I HU, Hitotsubashi Daigaku. Sangyo Keiei Kenkyujo. Shiryoshitsu. Honpo kaishashi mokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese company histories). 1967. 665p. (Tokushu bunken mokuroku, no. 2). Not in A.L. L165 -LW w hA ff WfT 4n - -T WK I Hitotsubashi Daigaku. Sangyo Keiei Kenkyujo. Shiryoshitsu. Honpo kigyosha shi mokuroku (Bibliography of the history of Japanese entrepreneurs). 1969. 127p. (Tokushu bunken mokuroku, no. 3). Not in A.L. L166 HL t~-/~ Nihon shashi zenshu (Complete collection of Japanese company histories). Joban Shoin, 1977-. A.L. catalogs individually. Reprint series of histories of major companies. Statistics L167 Ft~-it Shogyo tokeihy5 (Census of commerce) 1952-. comp. by Tsusho Sangyosho Tokei Chosabu, 1954-. Annual. HF/251/A42 statistical tables for places of business and merchant activity throughout Japan, arranged by type of business and type of commodity. No English aside from the title page. Smaller prewar editions for wholesale firms in 1939, 1940 (published 1941, 1942). L168 I't- r^Wt1 f^ Shokosho tokeihyo (Statistical tables of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry) 1924-1938? Tokyo Tokei Kyokai, 1926-1939? Annual. Reprint of 1924 -1938 editions, published by Keio Shobo, 1972. 5v. HF/251/A4 Official compilation of statistical tables for manufacturing, mining, commercial and industrial organizations, and for prices, wages, and related concerns. Succeeds the commercialindustrial portions of Noshomu tokeihyo. L169 f4h1it` ktW*_ Bukka shisu nenpo (Price indexes annual) 1970-. Nihon Ginko Tokeikyoku, 1971-. Annual, with triennial cumulation. HB/235/A12 The primary government compilation of tables showing fluctuations in commodity prices within various enterprises, especially for wholesale producermanufactured goods, exports and imports, and changes in manufacturer input-output prices, usually for about 700 commodities during the previous year or two. 90 percent bilingual. Succeeds the following three indexes, all of which are similar to it in format, bilinguality, etc.: L170 t ~l AfTtH Yushutsunyu bukka shisu nenpo (Export and import price index annual) 1950 -1969. Nihon Ginko Tokeikyoku, 1952 -1970. HF/3821/N62 L171 ~~IP I I ~^.ff- * ~i ~. F. Oroshiuri bukka, kogyo seihin seisansha bukka, seiz5gy5 bumonbetsu bukka shisu nenpo (Wholesale price indexes, producer price indexes for manufactured products, and input-output price indexes by manufacturing industry sector annual) 1967 -1969. Nihon Gink5 Tokeikyoku, 1968 -1970. HB/235/J3/A1/074 The 1969 issue covers 1967, 1968, and 1969. L172 {Ifj]ff4i t Oroshiuri bukka shisu nenpo (Wholesale price index annual) 1955-1966. Nihon Ginko Tokeikyoku, 1956-1967. 2 to 3 volumes of comprehensive

Page  171 171 L173-L176 L177-L181 HB/235/J3/N66 Former title, Tokyo oroshiuri bukka shisu (Tokyo wholesale index). 1887 -1954. L173 MI`fflfinI&t Oroshiuri bukka shisu (Wholesale price index, 1887-1962). Nihon Ginko Tokeikyoku, 1964. 486p. HB/235/J3/N66 A bilingual adjusted cumulation, which includes a brief but detailed outline history of the Bank of Japan's wholesale price indexes. L174 _;$IPf~,t9MrI* (Wt) W"t~ Jigyosho tokei chosha (kekka) hokoku (Establishment census of Japan) 1947 -Comp. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1948- Every three years. HA/1831/A32 The basic set of statistical tables for all enterprises and business establishments, excluding unincorporated ones in agriculture, forestry, and fishing, Each edition usually has 4 to 7 volumes: Japan as a whole, prefectures in 47 volumes, all cities, incorporated enterprises, and services. Bilingual headings for most of the issues. The 1948 edition is titled JigyDsho chingin chosa kekka hokoku. L175 i.A^IWJA A Hojin kigyo tokei nenpo (Annual statistical report on corporate enterprises). Okurasho Shokenkyoku Kigyo Zaimuka, 1948-1965. Annual. HC/461/A26 An official compilation of statistical tables covering all types of corporate enterprises, arranged by sector or type of firm. Title changes: Hojin kigyo tokei chosa, 1948-1950; after 1965, its coverage exists in Zaisei kin'yu tokei geppo; Okurasho's quarterly, Hojin kigyD tokei kiho, and the Kokuzeicho's Zeimu tokei kara mita hojin kigyo no jittai. L176 jt~ -t Kaisha tokeihyo (Company statistical tables) 1920-1949. Tsusho Sangyosho Chosa Tokeibu, 1922-1949. HG/5772/K15 L177 {K.~ - Ai~jKojin kigy5 keizai chosa nenpo (Annual report on the unincorporated enterprises survey) 1952-. Comp. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1953 -Annual. HD/2346/J3/A15 Statistical tables on income and expenditures, assets and liabilities, etc., of small scale unincorporated firms in manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, and services, compiled from quarterly surveys, titled Kojin shokogyo keiei no jittai for 1952 and Kojin shokogyo keizai chosa nenpo for 1953 -1960. Later editions are bilingual. L178 tf iifh Bukka soran (Survey of price). Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1954-. Annual. HB/235/J3/B95 Covers wholesale and retail prices of 500 selected commodity items. Each table covers the previous 10-15 years, often with monthly breakdowns. Published as special issue of the weekly magazine Shikan Toyo keizai. L179 Ag4i <~m4 T5oy Keizai kabushiki kaisha nenkan (Toyo Keizai yearbook of corporations) 1922 -1943? HD/2907/T74 Statistical tables, arranged by type of enterprise. INDUSTRY L180 H CMAX M Nihon hyojun sangyo bunrui (Japanese standard industrial classification) rev. ed. Comp. by Gyosei Kanricho Tokei Kijunkyoku. Zenkoku Tokei Kyokai Rengokai, 1972. 317p. HF/1044/J3/A22 Explains basic principles of classification and lists, with their classification numbers, representative industries in Japan. L181, 4_ ~ ]. Showa -— nen. Sangyo renkanhyo (Inputoutput tables for 19 —), comp. by Gyosei Kanricho. HC/462.9/A268 A compilation of statistical tables on all types of companies, concerning capital funds, number of employees, etc. Compilers changed as the section changed to various ministries. An input-output table is normally a graph showing how basic products move within various productions; e.g. rolled steel, from steel industry to automobile industry.

Page  172 172 L182-L185 L186-L190 L182 Jtj^ttmtl|Af-M-: A Showa -— nen. Chiiki-kan sangyo renkanhyo (Table of inter-regional industrial connections). Tsusho Sangyosho, 1962. HC/462.9/A268 L183 iErH{UfI4J'4< Shin kokudo kaihatsu nenkan (New land development yearbook) 1974 ed. Comp. by Chiiki Kaihatsu Kenkyujo. Keizai Hyoronsha, 1974-. 984p. HC/461/S56 A new publication by the Regional Development Research Institute on the present situation and trends in the preservation and development of land, and the planning of metropolitan areas. Includes a directory of construction works and their costs, listed under the administering government agency. Tables and charts, no index. L184 1 -' —,~t Kogyo tokeihyo (Census of manufacturers), comp. by Tsusho Sangyosh5 Tokei Ch5sabu. 1909, 1914, 1919-. Annual. HC/461/A28 Compilerand title vary: Noshomusho. K-jo tokei sohyo, 1909. ---—. --- Kojo tokei fuken beppo, 1914. -. ----. Kojo tokeihyo, 1919-1923. Shok5sho. K-ojo tokeihyo, 1924-1941, 1945-1946. ---—. — Kogyo tokeihyD, 1939. Kogyo t5keihyo, 1942. Tsusho Sangyosho. K-gyo tokeihyD, 1946 -Note that with the 1924 edition, this work also succeeds the industrial portions of Noshomu t5keihyo, 1879-1923. The official set of industrial production statistical tables. In two volumes: one reporting by industry, the other by commodity. Post-1950 editions cover all manufacturing establishments with 4 or more employees, while pre-1950 coverage was more limited. No English except on title page. L185 AMA-M' I_^tHtt5,f*_0 Tsusho Sangy5sho. Kogyo tokei gojunenshi (History of the census of manufacturers for 1909-1958). 1961-1963. 3v. HC/461/A282 V. 1 and 2 constitute a large collection of basic statistical tables on Japanese manufacturing industries and manufactured commodities, presented bilingually and in chronological order. V. 3 is mostly historical description. L186 - C(XpXA Honpo kogyo no susei (Mining yearbook of Japan) 1906-. Comp. by Tsusho Sangy5sho, 1907-. Annual. TN/105/A36 A compilation of statistical tables covering resources, production and distribution in the extractive industries, including petroleum. More recent issues have an English title page but are not bilingual. Early postwar issues lack the English title page but are mostly bilingual; early prewar issues consist mainly of charts, graphs, and commentary. Publishers and compilers vary. L187 20 j ttS#t:t1 5 Oft Tsusho Sangyosho. Honp5 kogy5 no susei 50nenshi (History of the mining trends of Japan, 1905-1960). 1963-1964. 2v. TN/105/A32 Chronological statistical tables from Honp5 kogyo no susei (The mining yearbook) and other sources. Covers all the extractive industries, including petroleum. The table of contents and some of the other tables are bilingual. L188 At ~if Tekko tokei nenpo (Iron and steel statistical yearbook) 1951-1952. Comp. by Tsusho Sangyosho. Nihon Tekk5 Renmei, 1953-. Annual. HD/9526/J3/T26 Official compilation of basic statistical tables. L189 #At-t b 27 Nogy5 sensasu (Census of agriculture), comp. by Norinsho Tokei Ch5sabu. Norin Tokei Kyokai, 1966-1967. 46v. HD/2092/A2 Comprehensive compilation of statistical tables on farmers, farm families, agricultural occupations, production, etc. Each volume is devoted to one prefecture, and each has several folding maps in a back pocket. (The census is taken every five years since 1950, and every ten years the basic report is included in the World census of agriculture and forestry). A.L. holdings are incomplete. L190 ~ Noka keizai ch5sa hokoku (Report on the survey of farm household economy), comp.

Page  173 173 L191-L195 L196-L199 by Norinsho Noka Keizai Chosabu. 1921-. Annual. HD/2092/A22 Comprehensive statistical tables on farm family income, expenditures, and holdings. Norinsho ruinen tokeihyo (Ministry of agriculture and forestry cumulative statistical tables) 1868-1953. Norin Tokei Kyokai, 1955. 236p. Not in A.L. L192 Att, >- Gyogyo sensasu (Fishery census) 1949 -Comp. by Norinsho N5rin Keizaikyoku. Norin Tokei Kyokai, 1949-. Every 5 years. SH/301/A24 A multi-volume work which covers all major aspects of the fishing industry. TRADE usually presented as "country by commodity," and "commodity by country." Bilingual. L196 H34tti eji Nihon b5eki seiran (Foreign trade of Japan: a statistical survey) enl., repr. ed. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1975. 879p. HF/3821/T68 Originally published in 1935, featuring basic chronological tables of the Japanese Empire and Japan-Korea, and Japan-Taiwan trade during 1868-1934, to which new tables on Japanese foreign trade during 1929-1949 have been added. Bilingual. The new addition is in Japanese only. L197 eft 1- t4 Kaiji shiryo sosho (Series of materials on maritime affairs), ed. by Sumita Shoichi. Gansh5do, 1929-1931. Repr. ed. Seizand5 Shoten, 1969. 20v. HE/563/J3/S94 L193 i, f-1iTsusho hakusho (White paper on international trade) 1949-. Comp. by Tsusho Sangyosho. 1949-. Annual. HF/3826/A36 A two volume report. V. 1 is an overall survey, arranged by subject, of Japanese foreign trade, consisting of detailed and often highly technical summaries, with charts and graphs. V. 2 consists of statistical tables, with brief explanations and comments. Prior to the 1958 edition, both parts were included in one volume. L194 Wm* Boeki nenkan (Foreign trade yearbook) 1961-. Comp. by Nihon Kanzei Kyokai, 1961-. Annual. HF/3821/B66 Brief survey reports, arranged by broad subject, then by commodity, country, etc., on foreign trade trends, affairs, policies, etc. during the previous year. Statistical tables, short directory of relevant government offices, and list of non-liberalized commodities appended. L195 HE (*-B) WU *^ Nihon (gaikoku) b5eki nenpyo (Annual return of the foreign trade of Japan), comp. by Okurash5 Shuzeikyoku. 1874. Annual. HF/251/A33 Comprehensive basic foreign trade statistical tables, 2-3 volumes per year, L198;. W iQ.~~ $ Zoku kaiji shiryc Kaiji Shigakkai. Kyokai, 1969- 5 sosho, comp. by Nihon Nihon Kaiji Koho In progress. HE/563/J3/S95 The above two series, continued from L197, contain primary sources on laws, records, logs, personal accounts, etc., relating to all aspects of Japanese shipping and naval history from the 16th to the 20th century. V. 20 of L197 contains a table of contents and an index for the initial set. Each volume has a bibliographical introduction. A valuable source for students of law, foreign relations, economics, etc. L199 H W-i t t, Nihon boeki tokei (Japan foreign trade statistics) 1951-1965. Comp. by Ajia Keizai Kenkyujo. Ajia Keizai Shuppankai, 1972. 2v. (Ajia Keizai Kenkyujo tokei shiryo series no. 2). Not in A.L. Consists of chronological statistical tables, compiled by products.

Sociology and Ethnology

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Page  174 174 M1-M3 M4-M6 SOCIOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY Includes social movements and labor; living conditions, social security, social work and environmental problems. Also lists reference works on farmers, women, youth and minorities. Manners and customs, legends and folklore are included under ethnology. SOCIOLOGY Bibliographies M1 ~m _ —~I i Shakaigaku kenkyu bunken yoran (Bibliography of research materials on sociology) 1965-1974, ed. by Sano Makoto. Nichigai Associates, 1977. 13, 408p. (20 seiki bunken yoran taikei, no. 5). Z/7165/J3/S22 Classified bibliography of 3,000 monograph titles and 12,000 articles published since 1965. A section on "Guide to reference books" is useful as a bibliographical introduction to sociological research. Excluded are subjects relating to social problems. Subject and author index. M2 HtV i-2 ~ -Q 4,*, AHUS Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bunkakei bunken mokuroku. 19. Shakaigaku hen (Liberal arts bibliography. 19. Sociology). 1966, 267p. Z/3301/A4 An unannotated classified listing of monographs and periodical articles published in Japan during 1868-1963, with emphasis on postwar publications. Arranged chronologically within a number of subtopics under 13 major headings. Full citations. No index. M3 Beardsley, Richard K. and Nakano, Takashi. Japanese Sociology and Social Anthropology: A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1970. 8, 176p. (University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies, Bibliographical series, 1970). Z/3303/M62 An annotated bibliography of about 2,000 Japanese language books and articles on Japanese sociology, ethnology, and folk studies, classified by broad subject. Emphasizes case studies and works published 1945-1966. Author and locality indexes. M4 PIAI~ &tP t - ~ _W Tokyo Toshi Shakaigaku Kenkyukai. Toshi shakaigaku ni kansuru bunken sogo mokuroku (Comprehensive bibliography of urban sociology in Japan). Gakujutsusho Shuppankai, 1970. 190p. Z/7164/S68/T64 An unannotated bibliography of about 2,000 books and articles published in Japan up to 1968 dealing with urban sociology and related fields, organized by broad subject with each section preceded by an introductory essay. Bilingual preface, contents, and introduction. Author index. M5 X,i4 AL @ T%^ Tokyo Toritsu Daigaku. Toshi Kenkyu Iinkai. Toshi kenkyu bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of urban studies). 1969 -1972. 7v. (pamphlets). Z/7164/U7/T65 Each pamphlet is on a different topic relating to urban studies. M6 ^_A>- f 117" < ^A^KSogo Janarizumu Kenkyujo. Masukomi bunkenshu taisei (Comprehensive bibliography of mass communication). Tokyosha, 1974. 486, 39p. Z/5630/S68 An annotated bibliography of 3,010 works published in Japan, 1873-1972, arranged in post- and prewar sections, each with subdivisions on mass communications

Page  175 175 M7-Mll M1 2-M1 5 in general, newspapers, publishing, broadcasting, and advertising. The prewar section covers freedom of speech and company histories. Title and author index. M7 )K-M8 * A Ota, Takeo and others. Kazoku mondai bunken shusei (Bibliography on family problems). Kyoto Daigaku Jinbun Kagaku Kenkyujo, 1970. 206p. Not in A.L. Subtitled Sengo kazoku mondai kenkyu no ayumi (History of studies made on postwar family problems. Dictionaries, Handbooks, etc. M8 I ALht 1 ~YR4 Fukutake, Tadashi and others. Shakaigaku jiten (Dictionary of sociology). Yuhikaku, 1958. 977, 83p. HM/17/F96 Standard work with good coverage of such recently conspicuous social phenomena as mura-hachibu (village ostracism) and chiiki toso (local "struggles"). Includes terms in related sciences. Many cross-references. Subject and personal name indexes. [N1] M9 A~ fJ 4A Aono, Hisao and others. Kyodo shakai jiten (Cyclopedia of local society). Kaneko Shobo, 1956. 2, 19, 603p. DS/821/K98 About 2,500 signed articles covering Japanese social life, manners and customs, and major terms in sociology, folk studies, and other relevant social science disciplines. Each entry usually cites several major reference works. Pronunciations are given. Subject index. M10 W1 *_ f XWM-A Isomura, Eiichi. Toshi mondai jiten (Encyclopedia of urban and social problems). Kajima Kenkyujo Shuppankai, 1972. 857p. HT/151/I865 Covers the interrelated problems of cities and city dwellers with emphasis on Japan, organized into 17 major categories, each with subdivisions. Statistical tables appended. Subject, name index. Mil n/*a**Ffli~s~A Suzuki, Yukihisa and others. Shakaigaku yogo jiten (Handbook of sociological terms) rev. ed. Gakubunsha, 1977. 320p. HM/17/S53 16, Gives history and usages of each term with cross references. No Japanese readings are given, but English, German or French equivalents are indicated. M12 W ' 4 ~ t$t~ W^ Watanuki, J5ji and Matsubara, Haruo. Shakaigaku kenkyu nyumon (Introduction to sociological research). Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1968. 9, 403p. HM/61/W34 Guide to research in Japanese social phenomena. Includes numerous bibliographical references scattered throughout. A bibliography appended. No index. M13 xflP tISSfA,'\> S k 'AY Yasuda, Saburo. Shakai ch5sa handobukku (Social investigation handbook). Yuhikaku, 1960. 7, 249p. HM/24/Y28 A technical guide to sociological research, arranged by major subject. Annotated bibliography of literature, sample questionnaires, and various other reference aids are included. Glossary index. M14 t`mA Yoron chosa nenkan (Public opinion survey annual) 1969-. Comp. by Naikaku Kohoshitsu. 1970-. Annual. DS/885/S48 Official report, titled Zenkoku yoron chosa no genkyo (Nationwide public opinion survey). Lists about 400 public opinion polls of all types, especially those done by central and local government agencies. For each poll, it indicates the date, place, sample, method, agency, etc., in one section, and gives the questions and results in another section. Also includes a directory of survey agencies. Subject index. M15 ftH \fiFi BA H I>X tt0 I T5kei Suri Kenkyujo. Kokuminsei Chosa Iinkai. Nihonjin no kokuminsei (A study of Japanese national character). Shiseido, 1961, 1970- DS/821/T56 Reports in detail the methodology, results, and analyses of national surveys on beliefs, values, opinions, etc., which are assumed to reflect representative aspects of the Japanese national character. The surveys have been held every 5 years since 1953, and each

Page  176 176 M1 6-M1 9 M20-M24 volume published at about 10 year intervals, containing time-series comparisons. An excellent English language summary appended. M16 itYctU -^AFukutake, Tadashi and others. Koza shakaigaku (Lecture series: sociology). Tokyo Gaigaku Shuppankai, 1958. 288p. HM,/15/F96 Supplement contains glossary and chronological tables. SOCIAL MOVEMENT For the matter of convenience materials on the Socialist Party and on the Communist Party are included under this section. The students movement is not included. Bibliography M17 Langer, Paul F. and Swearingen, Rodger. Japanese Communism, an Annotated Bibliography of Works in the Japanese Language with a Chronology, 1921-1952. New York, I.P.R., 1953. 12, 95p. Grad. Lib. Z/7164/S67/S97 A classified list with subject index. A list of authors and their writings included. M18 Uehara, Cecil H. Leftwing Social Movements in Japan; an Annotated Bibliography. Tuttle, 1959. 444p. Z/7164/S67/U96 Published for the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Covers leftwing social movements in Japan from the communists to the right wing social democrats. Emphasis on the materials published from World War I to 1956-1957, and prewar materials made public from the files of the Japanese police. M19 M ~ m -k HB^~^MWt Ohara Shakai Mondai Kenkyujo. Nihon shakai shugi bunken (Literature on socialism in Japan) to 1914. Dojinsha Shoten, 1929. 283p. Z/7164/S67/H82 Chronological listing from 1882 to 1914 of literature on socialism in the broad sense, including related fields. Pt. 1 covers books, pamphlets, declarations and handbills; pt. 2, periodicals. Indexes of authors, translators and newspapers and magazines. Basic for study of social thought. [N8] M20 I'$g S 4 i2 ffltU-J 1 IId 8t _-_ t Watanabe, Yoshimichi and Shioda, Shobei. Nihon shakai shugi bunken kaisetsu (Annotated bibliography of Japanese socialism) from the Meiji Restoration through the Pacific War. Otsuki Shoten, 1958. 339, 31p. Z/7164/S67/W3 Brief chronological table of Japanese literature on socialism appended. Author and title indexes. M21 /'1'MRJA X7t ft ii fi Koyama, Hirotake. Nihon rodo undo shakai undo kenkyushi (History of Japanese studies on labor and social movements). Ky5to, Sangatsu Shobo, 1957. 296, 6p. Z/7164/Li/K8 Subtitled Senzen sengo no bunken kaisetsu (An annotated bibliography of prewar and postwar literature). Classified arrangement of books and articles from the Meiji period to mid1956, with general explanations. Pt. 1 covers general studies; pt. 2, specific studies; pt. 3, biographies, records of incidents, related reference works and bibliographies. Indexed. [N1l] M22 _i _ MI H 4 L - I' 'JA-t R Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Sanko Shoshibu. Nihon shakai rodo undoka denki mokuroku (Bibliography of biographical materials of Japanese laborites and socialists). 1966. 5, 76p. Z/3308/B62/K785 Contains 97 biographies, covering from 1898 to the end of the War. Lists books and journal articles. M23 1ft' /T4HW ~1t^t Sumiya, Etsuji. Shiryo Nihon shakai undo shisoshi (Materials for the intellectual history of Japanese social movements). Aoki Shoten, 1955 -DS/882/S93 Covers the period 1868-1945. Includes articles from newspapers and journals containing statements, programs, etc. and such ephemeral materials as could be found, many by liberal intellectuals. Chronologically arranged. M24 tKaittiWf ho hi r 12ta i t Kindai Nihon Shiry5 Kenkyukai. Nihon

Page  177 177 M26-M29 M30-M35 shakai undo shiryo (Historical materials on Meiji socialism). Meiji Bunken Shiryo Kankokai, 1960-1964. 20v. HX/15/R6 A collection of socialist journals and newspapers from about 1890 on, with detailed commentary. Subject index. M25 See page 194. M26 'iJ P1iWu{fL Rodosho. Shiryo rodo undoshi (Materials on the history of the labor movement) 1945-. Rodo Gyosei Kenkyujo, 1951 -In progress (74v. as of 1978). HD/8726/A315 Except for two years in the first, each volume covers a single year with more than 1,000 pages of objective and detailed information about labor trends, organizational problems, major union meetings. Labor administration, radical political movements, major prefectural disputes, etc. Directories of major unions and managerial bodies appended, with chronicles and statistics. [N14] M27 HB Jtb_0 Nihon rodo undo shiryo (Historical materials on the Japanese labor movement), comp. by Rodo Undo Shiryo Iinkai, 1959-1964. llv. HD/8726/R72 Primary, selective collection of historical materials from 1877-1945, including those obtained with the help of librarians and foreign scholars. Arranged by 6 periods, providing materials on working and living conditions, union organization and management, strikes, and labor laws. V. 10 consists of statistical tables covering 1868 -1945; v. 11, lists of persons and unions, etc., and newspapers and magazines of labor unions with annotations, table of contents. The entire collection of materials is in Tokyo University Library on microfilm. Chronologies M28 ptHI _ ~j % = tFJt Chugai Chosakai. Naigai shakai undoshi nenpu (A chronology of social movements in Japan and abroad). Shinseikisha, 1965-1966. 2v. HX/59/C55/C56 A chronology of the Communist party in Japan, USSR, China, and other countries. M29 tIt$tt 'tH - Nihon rodo undoshi shakai undoshi nenpyo (Chronology of the history of Japanese labor and social movements). Aoki Shoten, 1956. 250 p. (Aoki bunko). Not in A.L. M30 SiifP WJlftj HIE yi I Watanabe, Yoshimichi and Shioda, Shobei. Nihon shakai undoshi nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese social movements). Otsuki Shoten, 1956. 229p. (Kokumin bunko). HN/726/W32 Covers from 1868 to 1956, with genealogy of proletarian parties and subject index. [N36] M31 tX rM^_ hjW1 4I Rodo Sogi Chosakai. Rodo nenpyo (Labor chronology) Aug. 1945-Aug. 1955. 1956. 128p. HD/8762.5/R66 Covers labor and labor disputes. M32 /Jf ^ U&)AJ Watanabe, Toru. Gendai rono und5shi nenpyo (Chronology of modern farmer-labor movements). Kyoto, San'ichi Shobo, 1961. 256p. ~Part of Nihon gendaishi nenpyo). DS/805/G32 M33 I7f [- H~iiT' Aoki, Koji. Nihon rSdo undoshi nenpyo (Chronology of Japanese labor movements). Shinseisha, 1968-. Not in A.L. Covers 1869-1945. Dictionaries, Directories M34 FAMtf t.' ~_ S Shakai Mondai Kenkyukai. Uyoku Minzokuha jiten (Rightists, nationalists dictionary). Kokusho Kank5kai, 1976. 533p. DS/885/S52 1st ed., 1970, titled Uyoku jiten: Minzokuha no zenbo (Rightists dictionary: the full story of the nationalists). Contains reviews of rightist movements for the past year, a directory of about 190 organizations, and a list of names of over 620 leaders. Bibliography appended. M35 Gendai kyosan shugi jiten (Dictionary of modern communism), comp. by Gendai Shiso Kenkyukai, Kokusho Kank5kai, 1977. 318, 24p. HX/17/G34 Explains terms, events, and gives names

Page  178 178 M36-M39 M40-M45 of organizations concerned with communism in Japan and other countries. A chronology of postwar events appended. Index. M36 t^ ij# i 0t/r:-|' Kyokuto Jijo Kenkyukai. 70 nendai ni nozomu sayoku dantai (Leftist organizations in the seventies). Kyokut5 Shuppansha, 1970. 900p. HX/412/K97 Reviews activities and trends of 1968 -1969, as continuation of Sayoku dantai jiten, published for 1966 and 1968. This 1970 edition lists 158 organizations in kana order, indicating for each its founding date, location, officers, administration structure, and publications. An outline history of Japan Communist Party, 1917-1970, chronology of the extremists group activities, a directory of activists, etc. appended. M37 Wti i f] 4K-;WlJt'it<-r Tamura, Ryuji. Zukai Nihon sayoku seiryoku shiryo shusei (Illustrated collection of materials on the strength of the left wing in Japan). Chugai Chosakai, 1970. 1126p. HX/411/T16 M38 AHi- ft A - hJtk: ~ W < * ' f{ki1 A Nihon Shakai Undo Kenkyukai. Sayoku katsudoka, bunka jinmeikan (Biographical directory of leftists). Nikkan Rodo Tsushinsha, 1969. 601p. HX/412/N65 Includes 1,750 left and new left members of the Communist Party, Sohyo (General Council of Trade Unions), and other related organizations, giving for each brief biographical information, summary of political activities, and lists of publications. M39 [-1 I Fr-4 5x H 1 %cD I ieNihon Kyosanto. Shashinshu Nihon Kyosanto no hanseiki (Photograph collection of 50 years of the Japan Communist Party) rev. ed. 1975. 105p. JQ/1698/N68/S54 Subtitled Soritsu kara 74-nen San'in sen deno yakushin made (From its founding to its rapid advance in the 1974 Upper House elections). Covers the period 1874-1974, with emphasis on 1922-1972. LABOR Labor in general and aspects of labor, such as wages, employment, etc., are treated in this section. Labor movements are included with social movements. Bibliographies, Source Material M40 w - Im Rod5sho Toshokan zosho mokuroku (Catalog of books in the Ministry of Labor Library). 1973-1974. 2v. Not in A.L. Lists 20,000 Japanese books and 1,000 periodical holdings in the library. M41 7JJ -I P bF R5do kankei shoshi no shoshi (Bibliography of bibliographies on labor), comp. by Senmon Toshokan Kyogikai, Kanto regional branch. 1970. 20p. Not in A.L. M42 H I -7j t Vtf H iWI H Ji, 1 I f Nihon Rodo Kyokai. R5do Toshokan. Tosho shiryo mokuroku: washo (Japanese collection of books and materials on labor). 1964. 499p. Z/7164/L1/N67 A classified catalog of holdings of the Labor Library of the Japan Institue of Labor. M43 'fwii StA1<-H $i Aichiken Kinro Kaikan. Rodo kankei tosho mokuroku (Catalog of books on labor) no. 1-. R5do Tosho Shiryoshitsu, 1976-. Z/7164/L1/A28 Classified list of 9,219 items held in the labor library. Title index. M44 ff Rodosho Toshokan. Sengo rodo kankei bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of postwar materials on labor). Romu Gyosei Kenkyujo, 1964. 228p. (Rosei jiho, supp.) Z/7164/L1/J33 Classified catalog of over 6,000 items published after the War. M45 wS *iue - ~0 P 9X Rodo Mondai Bunken Kenkyukai. Bunken kenkyu: Nihon no r5do mondai (Bibliographical research on labor problems in Japan) enl. ed. Sogo Rodo Kenkyujo, 1970. 344p. Z/7164/L1/R65

Page  179 179 M45a-M48 M49-M53 Contains critical study of 3,000 entries, classified under six categories: legal interpretations, labor market, wages and labor hours, living problems, union and labor management relations, and miscellaneous. Reference citations in the footnotes. Author index. M45a tW' -TMatsui, Sachiko. An Annotated Select List of Labor Statistical Materials, Postwar to the Present. University of Michigan, Asia Library and the Center for Japanese Studies, Ann Arbor, 1975. 6, 78p. Z/7553/L2/M43 Japanese title, Sengo Nihon rodo tokei shoshi. Arranged by subjects, explaining surveys made on the subjects and published reports of the surveys. The reports are consecutively numbered. For serial publications the Asia Library holdings are indicated with call numbers. Index. See also statistical reports listed M66-M72. M46 7W C'ffi8R ""/ < Senmon Toshokan Kyogikai. Kanto chiku Kyogikai. Rodo Bunkakai. Rodo kankei sanko tosho yunion katarogu (Union catalog of reference books on labor). 1966. 8, 142p. Z/7164/L1/S47 Lists 723 items covering statistics, yearbooks, white papers, dictionaries, manuals, directories, and laws, in 25 special libraries in the Tokyo area. Classified by subject. Title index. M47 H^ S r,m C gI Nihon Oyo-Shinri Gakkai. Nihon sangyo shinri kankei bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of industrial psychology in Japan). Rodo Kagaku Kenkyujo, 1963. 143p. Z/7204/I4/N67 Publications from the Meiji period are listed in three parts: works by psychologists, works by non-psychologists and publications of government offices, universities, institutes and other organizations. Biographical data for authors. Indexes, cumbersome because divided into three parts, of names of persons and organizations, magazines, and books. [N14] M48 <9 A R5od Sogi Chosakai. Sengo rodo sogi jittai chosa (Field surveys of postwar labor disputes). Chuo Koronsha, 1957 -1959. 15v. HD/5427/R63 The most detailed research on disputes, within specific industries such as coal mining, transportation, textiles, etc. involving unfair practice cases, lockouts, and on legal problems. Dictionaries M49 tUiar - J -#- Okochi, Kazuo and Azuma, Mitsutoshi. Rodo jiten (Dictionary of labor). Seirin Shoin Shinsha, 1965. 1261p. HD/4839/042 Systematic dictionary in 6 chapter headings with subject, name, relative index. The last half is a handbook, containing chronology of labor movement, collection of regulations related to labor unions and their organizations. Bibliography at end of each chapter. M50 XY, V k-/" J\f )j4W tFJi}J Okochi, Kazuo. Iwanami shojiten: Rod5 undo (Labor dictionary) 2nd ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1973. 238p. HD/4839/041 Selection of terms, based on subjects related to labor unions and labor movements, including terms used for wages, hours, employment, social security, labor laws, etc. Contemporary definition is given to each entry. Updates the 1st 1956 edition. M51 W#fl4 JifyFjr ~ f Rodo Kagaku Kenkyujo. Rodo kagaku jiten (Cyclopedia of the science of labor). Kawade Shobo, 1949. 327, 59p. HD/4839/R62 With emphasis on labor-management problems, 208 topics are arranged in 12 chapters. Subject index. [N15] M52 fWflXhM Ei-Wa rodo yogo jiten (English-Japanese dictionary of labor terminology). Nikkan Rodo Tsushinsha, 1974. 249p. HD/4839/E34 Entries are in romanized Japanese, for which characters and English equivalents are indicated. Government organization charts and lists of labor unions appended. M53 W'V JW Ht f Rodosho....Rodo yogo jiten (Dictionary of labor terms) rev. and enl. ed. Nikkan Rodo Tsushinsha, 1973. 916p. HD/4839/J33

Page  180 180 M54-M60 MR 1_M. -... - - - - L V U I -LIJ U. - About 4,000 terms. Neither Japanese readings nor English equivalents are given for the entires. Covers all aspects of labor and related economic, social, social security, and administrative problems. Handbooks M54 'J t, Rodo soran (Compendium of labor laws) 1977 ed. Comp. by Rodosho. Rodo Horei Ky5kai, 1976. 1895p. HD/7937/A355 M55 W ti W f Vm Rodosho. Rodo gyosei yoran (Survey of labor administration) 1954-. R-do Horei Ky5kai, 1954-. Annual. HD/8721/A35 M56 'J~' Rodo kumiai jiten (Dictionary of labor unions). Otsuki Shoten, 1971. 30, 1151p. HD/6832/R66 Despite the title "Dictionary" it is a revised edition of Redo kmiai jitsumu benran (Manual of labor union affairs), providing practical guidance for union officers and members on labor activities and related subjects. M57 j',fi 't, 1-t Saishin rodo kumiai yakuin meikan (Directory of labor union officers). Nikkan Rodo Tsushinsha, 1973. 343p. HD/6832/S13 Subtitled 70 nendai rodo kumiai no riida (1970s labor union leaders). Lists names of top officers with brief biographical notes and a photograph for each, classified by names of labor unions. M58 W7j ' w J PO sA-NAj Rodosho. Shokugyo Anteikyoku. Shokugyo shojiten (Small dictionary of occupations). Koyo Mondai Kenkyukai, 1957. 1567p. HF/5382.5/J3/A35 M59 ^7' AtK7_'jy9 R5dosho. Shokugyo handobukku (Handbook of occupations) 1953-. Comp. by Gyosei Kanricho Tokei Kijunkyoku. Zenkoku T5kei Kyokai Rengokai, 1953 -Not in A.L. Indexes more than 5,000 occupations according to the standardized classification system. Yearbooks M61 I I 'tf- Nihon rodo nenkan (Japan labor yearbook) no. 1-. Comp. by Ohara Shakai Mondai Kenkyujo, 1920-1940, 1949-. Annual. HD/8726/H83 Publisher changed to Hosei Daigaku, Ohara Shakai Mondai Kenkyujo. The oldest labor yearbook in Japan, records the previous year's labor conditions, movemnts, and labor policies, with surveys, statistical tables, and bibliography. Reprint editions for nos. 1-27 are being published. M62 JIf+W't'L-2 Rodo nenkan (Labor yearbook), comp. by Kyochokai, 1933-1942. 1946-1962. HD/8723/R67 A.L. holdings incomplete. M63 )'{rj '[c Rodo nenkan (Labor yearbook) 1947-1963. Comp. by Katsura R5od Kankei Kenkyujo. 1946-1962. HD/8723/R68 A.L. holdings incomplete. M64 ""j'FM t Rodo hakusho (White paper on labor) 1949-. Comp. by Rodosho Rodo Tokei Chosabu. Rod5 H5rei Kyokai, 1950 -Annual. HD/4811/R6 Official title, Rodo keizai no bunseki (Analysis of labor economy). Covers developments during the year in a general survey and sections, with many statistical tables, on employment and unemployment, wages, working hours and accidents, living conditions of workers, and labor-management relations. Titled Rodo keizai no bunseki (Analysis of labor economy) until 1953. [N27] M65 'WT' Romu nenkan (Labor yearbook) 1963 -Comp. by Nihon Romu Kenkyukai. 1963 -Annual. HD/8723/R72 Compiled from an entirely non-official viewpoint, it has sections on labor and economic trends, labor policies, labor management, labor-management relations, working hours, wages, education and training, and health and welfare. Appended are a chronology and lists of references. [N29] M60 See page 194.

Page  181 181 M66-M71 M72-M75 Statistics M66 'WJ{f'Il — W Rodo tokei nenpo (Yearbook of labor statistics) 1948-. Comp. by RodDsh5 RDdo Tokei Chosabu. Rodo Horei Ky5kai, 1950-. Annual. HD/8723/A35 The primary official annual. Bilingual. Previous title, Rod5 tokei chosa nenpo (Yearbook of labor statistics and research) 1948-1951. M67 7JWP^i t R5do tokei yoran (Handbook of labor statistics) 1924-. Comp. by Rodosho Rodo Tokei Ch5sabu. 1926-. Annual. HD/8723/A36 A.L. holdings incomplete. A collection of major government and non-government statistical compilations relating to labor, including labor unions, disputes, industrial welfare, standards of living, etc. M68 7&f4jJil I Rodo shijo nenpo (Annual labor market report), comp. by Rodosho Shokugyo Anteikyoku. 1948-. Annual. HD/5827/A28 A statistical compilation covering public and private employment. M69 ' Wtti - -t Sorifu. Tokeikyoku. Shugyo kozo kihon chosa hokoku (Employment status survey) 1956-. Every 3 years. HD/5827/A6/A4 A bilingual work in 2 or 3 volumes: All Japan; Prefectures, 6 large cities, 4 major industrial areas; and Summary, designed to provide in-depth statistics on the basic employment status and labor mobility of all Japanese 15 years old and older. HD/8723/K26 Subtitled Seisansei, chingin, bukka kanren tokei (Productivity, wages, price, interrelated statistics). A handy compilation of basic statistics taken from various reports by (Keizai Kikakucho) the Economic Planning Agency, Statistics Bureau of the Prime Minister's Office, Ministry of Labor, ILO, United Nations, etc. Classified under chapters on "general," national income, wages, productivity-management, employment, working hours, household economy, prices, labor unions-disputes, international comparison, and special issue on medium and long term economic forecast. M72 j{ fbt)j-J i'f'J Rodosho Rodo Tokei Chosabu. Sengo rodo keizaishi (Postwar labor economic history). R5do Horei Kyokai, 1966-1968. 2v. HD/8726.5/A3 V. 1 covers labor related statistics of the 20 postwar years, 1945-1964. Includes a list of reference sources. V. 2 outlines changes of labor economy in relation to various stages of national economic growth, such as employment vs. unemployment, wages, work hours, etc. Includes a chronology, Aug. 1945-Dec. 1966, with detailed notes on major events, in pt. 3. Wages M73 7-& Fujimoto, Takeshi and others. Chingin jiten (Dictionary of wages). Otsuki Shoten, 1966. 22, 949p. HD.5077/C54 A handbook covering all aspects of theory and practice related to wages, in 10 outline chapters. For use by labor union members. M70 w A Rodosho Tokei Johobu. Koyo doko chosa hokoku (Report on the survey of employment trends) 1964-. Annual. HD/5827/A6/A22 The primary official set of annual, non-agricultural employment and closely related statistics. M71 Ha 2t-t $ ~*-Wltt Nihon Seisansei Honbu. Katsuyo rodo tokei (Applied labor statistics) 1977 ed. 1977. 209p. M74, Chingin soran (Comprehensive survey of wages). 1968-. Toy5 Keizai Shinposha, 1968-. Annual. HD/5077/C55 A special issue of the monthly journal Toyo Keizai tokei geppo. Gives initial pay scale, average wages, sample wages for age and educational level, etc., of workers in large, medium, and smallsize enterprises. M75 Ff >t t

Page  182 182 M76-M78 M79-M83 Chingin sensasu: Chingin kozo kihon tokei chosa (Wage census: basic statistical survey of wage structure) 1954 -Comp. by Rodosho Tokei Johobu. Rodo Horei Kyokai, 1954-. HD/5077/A35 Each annual edition consists of 4-20 volumes which comprehensively treat wages, wage differentials, etc., in statistical tables. Title varies: Shokushu-betsu to chingin jittai chosa —Kojin-betsuz chingin chosa — Kekka hokokusho, 1954. Shokushu-betsu to chingin jittai chosa kekka hokokusho, 1955-1956. Chingin kozo kihon chosa kekka hokokusho, 1958-1960. Chingin jittai sogo chosa kekka hokokusho, 1961. (Chingin sensasu, 1961). Tokutei jDken chingin chosa kekka hokokusho, 1962-1963. Chingin kozo kihon tokei chosa hokoku, 1964-1971. M76 V-iFYt^ 0 jrII I/ -- W W- t Rodosho. Tokei Johobu. Chingin rodo jikan seido sogo chosa (kekka) hokoku (Report on the survey of wage and working-hour systems). Rod5 Horei Kyokei, 1966-. Annual. HD/5077/A33 Statistical tables for wages and working hours in the 8 major non-agricultural commercial industrial fields in Japan. Commercial title, Chingin rodo jikan seido no jittai. LIVING CONDITIONS M77 -M -k' 6 A 4 Hitotsubashi Daigaku. Tokei Shiryo Seibi Senta. Kakei chosa shiryo mokuroku (Bibliography of statistical data on family budgets). Hitotsubashi Daigaku Keizai Kenkyujo, 1968. 73p. Z/7164/C95/H67 Unannotated bilingual bibliography of Japanese national and regional sources of statistical data on family budget and family savings in Japan. Includes books, preiodical articles with location of the materials. M78 T M fKakei chosa nenpo (Annual report on the family income and expenditure survey) 1953-. Comp. by Sorifu Tokeikyoku. Nihon Tokei Ky5kai, 1954-. Annual. HD/7057/A1/A243 Bilingual, primary source. Title varies: Shohisha kakaku chosa nenpo (Annual report of consumer price survey) 1946-1950. Shohi jittai chosa nenpo (Annual report of family income and expenditure survey) 1951-1953. M79 Pm~ f& ' t\(tW^ Sorifu. Tokeikyoku. Kakei chosa sogo hokokusho (Comprehensive report on investigation of household economy) 1946-1962. 1964. 550p. Not in A.L. 16 year cumulation of household budgets, price indexes of consumer goods, etc. English heading. M80 T qXf' t,1 rl QI Sorifu. Tokeikyoku. Sengo junen no kakei (Family income and expenditure in postwar Japan, 1946-1955). 1956. 193p. Not in A.L. M81 Bfj F A Kokumin seikatsu hakusho (White paper on national living standards) 1956 -Comp. by Keizai Kikakucho. 1956 -Annual. HD/7057/A36 Summary reports, explanation, and statistical tables on the standards of living, arranged by subject. Each volume focuses on a different topic. Earlier volumes had many simple graphs and statistical tables, while later ones have much more technical analyses and diagrams. M82 r5 IW -ftKoseisho. Tokei Chosabu. Kokumin seikatsu jittai chosa hokoku (Report on the survey of national standards of living). 1962-. Annual. HD/7057/A1/A3 Original title, Seikatsu jittai chosa hokoku, 1959-1960. Used as source materials for planning social security and welfare policies. Covers a wide range of subjective, attitudinal and objective socio-economic data, encompassing family composition, living quarters, occupation, income, satisfaction, expectations, etc., based on a "representative" questionnaire sampling. M83 [ t At+ Kokumin seikatsutokei nenpo (Statistical yearbook of national living conditions) 1965-. Comp. by Kokumin Seikatsu Senta. Shiseid5, 1966-. Annual. HC/461/A2/K78

Page  183 183 M84-M88 M88a-M91 Contains well documented and fairly detailed tables under subjects such as "population and households, work and play, income and taxes, social welfare and public hazards, regional comparisons and international comparisons," etc. M84 H RAt:A N ~Ktit SHA Nihon Hoso Kyokai. H-os Seron Ch5sajo. Kokumin seikatsu jikan chosa (Poll of the way people spend their time). Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1962, 1966, 1974. HN/723.5/K784 A computer-produced survey, based on samples of questionnaire respondents. Samples are grouped by entire population, sex, age, occupation, school level, and region. M85 OHr> 7 aY Yoka handobukku (Leisure time handbook) 1977 ed. Comp. by Yoka Kaihatsu Senta. Tsusho Sangyosho Chosakai, 1977. 324p. HD/7395/R4/Y56 Statistical survey of uses of recreational establishments for culture, sports, travel, etc., and their related industries, including bicycles and automobiles, restaurants, hotels, etc.; also surveys time and money spent on leisure. Index. SOCIAL SECURITY M86 ~}\\ {im^K Okawa, Hidekichi and others. Shakai hosho jiten (Social security dictionary). Shakai Hoken Hoki Kenkyukai, 1958. 13, 401p. HD/7091/S55 About 850 entries covering Japanese social welfare, social insurance, etc. Some articles are signed. Subject index. M87 H B ~ kt^PX i 4 Nihon shakai hosh5 daihyakka (Encyclopedia of Japanese social security), comp. by Shakai Hoken Hoki Kenkyukai, 1968. 3v. Not in A.L. M88 i D t;Jt.Shakai fukushi t5kei nenpo (The social welfare statistics annual report) 1951 -1959. Comp. by Koseisho Tokei Chosabu. 1952-1961. 10v. HD/7277/A48 The primary source for annual public welfare and related statistics, concentrating on public assistance and administrative services for the poor, the handicapped, the ill, children, and disaster victims. This work was replaced by the following three titles: M88a t $F1-flI WFt1 Shakai fukushi gyosei gyomu hokoku (Report on social welfare administration). 1962-. Annual. HD/7277 M88b AW:M; Shakai fukushi shisetsu chosa hokoku (Social welfare facilities survey) 1960-. 1962-. Annual. HV/413/A2 Seikatsu hogo dotai chosa hokoku (Livelihood protection survey). 1960- 1962-. Annual. HV/413/A24 M88c {l:imf, -tV Shakai hosho tokei nenpo (Annual report of social security statistics) 1958 -Comp. by Sorifu Shakai Hosho Seido Shingikai. Shakai Hoken Hoki Kenkyukai, 1959-. Annual. HD/7227/A25 The primary annual compilation for social security and related statistics. M89 [4F1 -Kosei hakusho (White paper on public welfare) 1956-. Comp. by Koseisho. 1957-. Annual. HV/413/A2/K78 A collection of summary reports with charts, graphs, and statistical tables, pertaining to public welfare, including medical care during the previous year. Each issue devoted to some special topic, such as "women and social security." M90 a4{II Shitsugyo taisaku nenkan (Yearbook of unemployment counter-measures) 1951 -Comp. by R5dosh5 Shokugyo Anteikyoku. Rodo Hirei Kyokai, 1952-. Annual. HD/5827/A25 Japanese and foreign employment and unemployment developments surveyed, with chronicle and statistics. [N48] M91 H ~ Kyosai nenkan (Mutual aid yearbook) 1966-1967 ed. Kyosai Hoken Kenkyukai, 1966-1967. 2v. Not in A.L.

Page  184 184 M92-M9 7 M98-M102 SOCIAL WORK M92 - t r I ^a: Shakai Jigyo Kenkyujo. Nihon shakai jigy3 dainenpy5 (Comprehensive chronology of Japanese social work). Toko Shoin, 1936. 345p. HV/413/S515 Covers mythological times through 1932. M93 81Ad -uT Shakai jigyo nenkan (Japan social work yearbook). HV/413/A2/N65 Compiled and published by Chuo Shakai JigyD Ky-kai, 1933-1942; Ohara Shakai Mondai Kenkyujo, 1920-1927, 1928-1932, in its Nihon rmdD nenkan. Shakai Jigyo Kenkyujo, 1948-1949? Succeeded by: M94 \_ Shakai hosh5 nenkan (Social security yearbook) 1950-. By Kenko Hoken Kumiai Rengokai. Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 1950?-. Annual. HD/7227/S52 M95 - fWflh4 - f i:KMLt- 4 Ichibangase, Yasuko and others. Shakai fukushi jigyo jiten (Dictionary of social welfare work). Mineruba Shobo, 1966. 44, 290p. HV/12/S55 A small dictionary of about 3,000 brief entries, arranged in 39 categories, covering every type of social service and social problem, with emphasis on Japan. Subject index. M96 mmj-{i- -' L +./, W Nakamura, Yuichi and others. Shakai fukushi jiten (Social welfare dictionary). Seishin Shobo, 1974. 487p. HV/12/S56 About 3,200 short entries covering the entire social services field. English equivalents are often given. Subject and name indexes. ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION M97 f [-q,, Kankyo hakusho (White paper on the environment) 1969-. Comp. by Kankyocho. 1969-. Annual. TD/180/K16 A compilation of summary reports, with some charts, graphs, and statistical tables, covering all types of pollution problems and environmental protection measures. Issues for 1969-1971 were titled Kogai hakusho. M98 fII, JKi A frIIlUffl Ishibashi, Koki. Kankyo yogoshu (Environmental terminology) enl. ed. Kyoritsu Shuppan, 1974. 332p. TD/180/I85 About 1,300 brief entries, covering pollution, environmental protection and related terminology in non-scientific language. Japanese pronunciations and English equivalents are indicated. Good for abbreviations and new terms. Indexes. M99 I//,, —,I 11J 2i l: Kogai mondai soran (The pollution handbook), comp. by Kogai Taisaku J5oh Senta. Keizai Shunjusha, 1972. 15, 1460p. TD/187.5/J3/K74 On pollution and environmental protection, divided into sections of laws, standards, problems, financing, and information sources. Illustrated with charts, graphs, lists, and tables throughout. A dictionary of terms, and a bibliography, 1960-1972, appended. MIOO [I t 1 —^ l/M^ > < - M ^_i — - Nihon K5gyo Ritchi Senta. Sangyo kogai yogoshu (Industrial pollution terminology). Hokuetsu Bunka Kogyo K.K., 1965. 29, 334p. TD/180/N67 About 2,000 terms, organized into 11 categories, each of which is arranged in kana order. Covers common pollution terminology as well as highly technical definitions for engineering, physics, meteorology, chemistry, and other fields. Japanese pronunciations and English equivalents are indicated. Index. M1 01 t W: l Y 1^ 4 Inoue, Nobutoki and others. Kogai jiten (Pollution dictionary). Teikoku Chiho Gyosei Gakkai, 1972. 371, 41p. TD/173/I56 750 signed entries, covering the major common and legal terms relating to pollution. Kana order and classified subject index. M102 M dl U Ad s At A Morita, Sakae and others. Soon yogo jiten (Dictionary of noise pollution terminology). Omusha, 1976. 238p. TD/892/M85

Page  185 185 M103-MI07 Ml 08-M 11 Explains terms relating to noise of all kinds, physiological, machinery, environmental, etc., and effects of noise on human beings. Gives Japanese readings with English equivalents. Index to English words. FARMING SOCIETY M103 fIAl} /J V XP <iA tH, Ritsumeikan Daigaku. Jinbun Kagaku Kenkyujo. Kosaku sogi kankei shozo tosho shiryo mokuroku (Catalog of books on tenant disputes). 1961. 85p. Z/5074/E3/R62 Lists about 600 post-1868 books, microfilmed materials, and original documents. M104 ^Hi'-Alt Iefia Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. Chosa Rippo Kosakyoku. Nomin undo kankei bunken mokuroku ko (Draft bibliography on the farmers' movement). 1956. 177p. Z/5074/E3/K78 An unannotated union catalog of about 2,300 items published 1868-1956, divided into monographs and journal articles, each arranged chronologically. Appended are a chronological list of documents, 1921-1930, on the agricultural cooperative movement in the Ohara Shakai Mondai Kenkyujo and a bibliography of sources used for this compilation. M105 HE *@XAI4 Nihon nomin undo shiryo shusei (Collected historical materials on the Japanese peasant movement), ed. by Aoki Keiichiro and others. San'ichi Shobo, 1976-1977. 3v. HD/2092/N697 A collection of primary materials, arranged by peasant groups, chronologically from 1922 on. V. 1-3 contains documents on Nihon nomon kumiai. Hyakusho ikki sogo nenpyo (Chronicles of peasant uprisings). San'ichi Shob5, 1971. 682, 35p. DS/836/A54 1966 ed. titled Hyakusho ikki no nenjiteki kenkyu (In Nihon shigaku kenkyu sosho). Covers in 4 separate chronologies, farmers riots, city and town riots, state petitions (kokuso) from 1590 to 1877. A chronology of peasant uprisings in the Middle Ages appended. Indexes. M108 [-r Atl t*- Nogyo kyodo kumiai nenkan (Agriculture cooperative yearbook) 1950-. Zenkoku Nogyo Kyodo Kumiai, 1949-. Annual. HD/1491/J3/N77 Brief summary reports, with charts, graphs, and statistical tables, on the situation and trends of the Japanese agricultural cooperative movement. WOMEN M109 thL{ f R iA t Mitsui, Reiko. Gendai fujin undoshi nenpyo (Chronology of the modern women's movement). San'ichi Shobo, 1963. 260p. HQ/1762/M68 The first comprehensive chronology of its kind, running from 1868 to 1959, covering not only women's movements in Japan but also related matters, with explanatory notes on facing pages. Subject index. [N40] M11iO W`A iAJ/*9P WA)(^ 3 0T Rodosho. Fujin Shonen Kyoku. Fujin no ayumi sanjunen: Kokusai Fujinnen kinen (30 years of women's progress: in honor of International Women's Year). Rodo Horei Kyokai, 1975. 18, 495p. HQ/1762/A24 M106 ~sW-A Ad Tsuchiya, Takao and others. Meiji shonen nomin sojo-roku (Record of early Meiji peasant uprisings). Nanboku Shoin, 1931. 684p. HD/915/T88 Contains government documents on 230 peasant uprisings, 1868-1884, taken from Fukenshi (Prefectural histories) and DajD ruiten, arranged by prefecture, then chronologically. Detailed table of contents. Charts. A detailed report of the changing status of Japanese women, 1945-1975, from the legal point of view and through statistical summaries. Contains 504 charts, graphs, tables, with detailed commentary and explanation, supplemented by a chronology, 1751-1975, and bibliographies of monographs, serial publications, surveys, etc. Mill H 4 T hMft$4V Nihon fujin mondai shiryoshusei (Collection of materials on the social condition of women). Domesu Shuppan, 1976 -7v. as of 1978. HQ/1761/N67 M107 'fIt-*,-A

Page  186 186 M112-M115 M116-M120 A collection of post-1868 documents on the position, problems, and struggles of women in Japanese society, arranged by broad subject such as civil rights, politics, labor, education, welfare, daily life, and thought, with a final volume of bibliography and chronology. Explanatory introduction in each volume. M112 J l- A W A I B 3 ar Ide, Fusae and Nagahara, Kazuko. Noson fujin mondai bunken mokuroku (Bibliography on the problem of women in rural communities). Nogyo Sogo Kenkyu Kankokai, 1952. 6, 70p. Z/7965/I19 An unannotated bibliography of about 1,000 books and articles published 1925-1950, followed by a bibliograhical essay in outline form detailing the more important writings and problems, both arranged by subject. M I 1 3 'j j/4bt * Ify@ i cTk q WP 'ft I- 4 0 1/ Kageyama, Koy5. Shashin kosei Showa no onna, senso to heiwa no 40nen: 1926 -1965 (Women of the Showa era —a photographic composition: 40 years of war and peace, 1926-1965). Asahi Shinbuhsna, 1965. 246p. HQ/1762/K12 charts, and statistical tables, covering juvenile delinquency, various problems of the young, child welfare, and related concerns. Seishonen mondai sh5jiten (Concise dictionary of the youth problem), comp. by Seish6nen Mondai Kenkyukai. 1969. 12, 433, 9p. HQ/792/J3/S46 A handbook, arranged by subject, for use by social workers, counselors, and youth. Laws and regulations, a chart showing the agencies for juvenile affairs, appended. Subject index. GERONTOLOGY M117 ^W- ^ti ^mg Ronen kenkyu bunken mokuroku —shakai kagaku hen (Bibliography of gerontology — social science section) 1960-1973. Comp. by Tokyoto Rojin Sogo Kenkyujo Shakaigakubu, 1975. 138p. Z/7164/D4/T67 Includes Japanese works under 13 broad classifications. Author index. A collection of good quality black and white photographs, showing women of all classes in all parts of Japan during the period. Captions are detailed, generally dated, with locations indicated. YOUTH M114;c><f 'Ti~~rJ-~L~ A ~ ~i Sorifu. Seishonen Taisaku Honbu. Seishonen mondai ni kansuru bunken mokuroku (Bibliography on the youth problem) 1969?-. 1971?-. Irregular. A/7164/Y8/J35 An unannotated bibliography of books and articles, arranged by subject, covering Japanese youth and children. Keyword index, list of periodicals searched, appended. Some important articles are abstracted and collected in Seishonen mondai ni kansuru bunken shoroku, 1973. No. 3. M115 'JV'/Ef Seishonen hakusho (White paper on youth) 1956-. Comp. by Sorifu Seishonen Taisaku Honbu. 1956, 1959-. Annual. HV/800/J3/A5 MINORITIES M118 aiTt)@WJ fA Buraku mondai shiryo bunken sosho (Series of documents and literature on the "buraku" problem). Sekai Bunko, 1968-1972. lOv. in 12v. HT/H25/J3/B84 Reprint series of classic and standard works on discrimination against "buraku" people, their difficulties, etc., dating from the 1920s-1930s. M119 Sl_-]M t -if, ~h Wi V * P Buraku Mondai Kenkyujo. Burakushi ni kansuru sogoteki kenkyu: shiryo (Comprehensive research into the history of the buraku: documents). Kyoto, Yanagihara Shoten, 1956- A.L. holdings incomplete. Materials are arranged in chronological order from 57 A.D. onward. A short introduction for each volume. M120 Aif]fiFT-_ Buraku kaiho nenkan (Outcast liberation yearbook) 1970-. Osaka, Buraku Kaiho Kenkyujo, 1972-. Annual. HT/725/J3/B753 Summary reports with numerous graphs,

Page  187 187 M121-M124 M1 25-M1 29 A compilation of summary reports, analyses, and statistics on the current situation of the "buraku," related government policy, liberation movement, education, recent research, etc., with a section of primary documents, both recent and historical. Gives both national and prefectural data for most subjects. M121 549WfPfT 'ffiJf,,DO I Buraku Mondai Kenkyujo. Buraku mondai kenkyu no tebiki (Research guide to the "buraku" problem). Kyoto, 1957. 160p. HT/725/J3/B823 Includes an unannotated bibliography, arranged by subject, and a chronology, 1867-1956. M122 Gusinde, Martin and Sano, Chiye. An Annotated Bibliography of Ainu Studies by Japanese Scholars. Heibonsha, 1962. 109p. (Collectanea universitatis catholicae Nanzan, series 3). AS/552/N192/Ser.3 Unannotated selective bibliography of about 650 Japanese language books and articles on the Ainu, published since 1910, with emphasis on postwar writings. Romaji, kanji, and translations are given for author, title, series, publisher, etc. Divided into a section on archaeology, ethnology, linguistics, and folklore, and a section on physical anthropology; each arranged alphabetically by author. ETHNOLOGY Bibliographies M123 2 -te HZH 4 faW i Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bungaku tetsugaku shigaku bunken mokuroku (Bibliography of literature, philosophy, and history) V. Japanese folklore. 1955. 138p. Z/3301/A4 An unannotated classified listing of monographs and periodical articles organized under 27 subject headings, and within those by date of publication, 1945-1954. M124 -A t~,jM' ~. u ~C Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi. Bunkakei bunken mokuroku (Liberal arts bibliography) v. 13. Bunka jinruigaku hen (Cultural anthropology). 1962. 95p. Z/3301/A4 Covers the publication, 1945-1961. M125 H Mt m 2MKK''~ - t mi-, ^ \ Nihon Minzokugaku Kyokai. Minzokugaku kankei zasshi ronbun somokuroku (Bibliography of Japanese articles in ethnology, 1925-1959). Seibundo Shinkosha, 1961. 199p. Z/5111/N68 Indexes articles from major periodicals in the fields of ethnology, folklore, and anthropology, arranged by subject and geographical regions. M126 Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, with Descriptive Notes. V. 8. Manners and Customs, and Folklore. 1961. 3, lOp. Z/3304/K81 Contains 234 Japanese secondary works, organized by subject. M127 HN~ F * " H] *jt j X n J Ma Nihon Minzoku Gakkai. Nihon minzokugaku no kaiko to tenb5 (Japanese folk studies in retrospect and prospect). Nihon Minzokugaku Kyokai, 1966. 439p. GN/17/N68 An anthology of essays on developments and trends in Japanese folk studies and ethnology. Part. 1 is arranged by subject and academic field; pt. 2 is organized by region or country. Bibliographical references are scattered throughout, and a bibliography is at the end. M128 _-^S^ iL- X H AMV Bunka Jinruigaku Bunken Shiryo Iinkai. Cultural Anthropology in Japan. Tokyo Electrical Engineering College Press, 1967. 6, 112p. Z/5111/I97 An unannotated bibliography in English and Japanese of 587 books and articles written by Japanese and published 1960 -1964. Covers folk studies, ethnology, cultural history and related subjects. Indexed. M129 H S {.fJ.T,, A Nihon minzokugaku taikei (Outline of Japanese folk studies) v. 13. Nihon minzokugaku no chosa h5ho, bunken mokuroku, sosakuin (Japanese folk studies survey methods, bibliography, and general index). Heibonsha, 1960. 369, 108p. GN/635/J3/N69 Contans a guide to survey methods, and

Page  188 188 M1230-M135 M1 36-M1 39 unannotated subject bibliography. General indexes. M130 IJ A 'H XJ-l t Yanagita Bunko zosho mokuroku (Catalog of the Yanagita collection). Seijo Daigaku, 1967. 222, 30p. Not in A.L. Dictionaries Otsuka Minzoku Gakkai. Nihon minzoku jiten (Japanese folklore dictionary). Kobundo, 1972. 35, 862p. GR/340/087 An illustrated dictionary of about 2,500 signed entries, covering key concepts in folk studies and a variety of Japanese folk objects, customs, and elements of folk life. Pronunciations are indicated. Several major reference works are cited in each entry. Subject index. M132 LfT f-^{ r '7i f-j Minzokugaku Kenkyujo. Minzokugaku jiten (Dictionary of folk studies). Tokyodo, 1951. 22, 714p. GR/35/M67 897 entries, covering concepts in Japanese folk studies and specific folk articles, customs, and events. Pronunciations are indicated. Subject indexes. Represents the views and concerns of the Yanagita school. M133 %_t + St tA Kyodo shakai jiten (Dictionary of local society), comp. by Aono Hisao and others. Kaneko Shobo, 1956. 2, 19, 603p. DS/821/K98 The study of regional history, society and customs with multi-discipline approach, including survey methods, natural phenomena, economics, social life, religion, archaeology, etc. M134 H;4 ^~ X YXt Pt f Nihon Minzokugaku Kyokai. Nihon shakai minzoku jiten (Dictionary of Japanese sociology and ethnology). Seibundo Shinkosha, 1952-1960. 4v. DS/821/N69 An illustrated encyclopedia of about 1,500 signed entries, with reference work citations. Pronunciations are indicated. Index. M135 a'4 H 4A{ +Wt Hori, Miyashizu and others. Nihon minzoku shiryo jiten (Dictionary of Japanese folk materials). Daiichi Hoki Shuppan, 1969. 21, 412p. DS/821/N693 An illustrated dictionary of about 1,500 entries, arranged by broad subject, covering folk articles, folk ways, tools, seasonal events, housing, transportation, etc. General index. M136 IH It f > VJb V H +-,s t{ 1 {1 Nihon Nashonaru Torasuto. Nihon minzoku geino jiten (Dictionary of Japanese folk theater). Daiichi Hoki Shuppan, 1976. 1005p. GT/4884/A2/N66 A well illustrated work listing 980 folk observances and festivals wherein entertainment is a major factor. Organized by prefecture, then observance name. For each event it gives the formal name, location, date, history and current status, various details about the entertainment aspects, bibliographical references, etc. General index. M137 'tllJRS HIf7i h tiP Nakayama, Taro. Nihon minzokugaku jiten (Dictionary of Japanese folk studies) repr. ed. God5 Shoin, 1941. 868, 53p. GR/340/N155 M138 IM I tt1f-IT.Hoi Nihon minzokugaku jiten (Supplement to the dictionary of Japanese folk studies) repr. ed. God5 Shoin, 1941. 398, 31p. GR/340/N155 Folk Glossaries M139 PPIWA fMJ W AVf{ _i Yanagita, Kunio and others. Bunrui minzoku goishu (Classified folk glossaries). 1935-1974. 14v. Individually cataloged. The following titles, known collectively under the above informal title or as Bunrui shuzoku goi (Classified glossaries of customs) are 14 collections of folk terms, compiled by Yanagita and his associates on the basis of local inquiries throughout Japan, mainly in the 1930s. They contain roughly 30,000 -40,000 terms in common use which are rarely found in ordinary dictionaires. Entries are uniformly of short to medium length, with definitions, examples, and background information. Pronunciations are always indicated, and each work has a kana order index.

Page  189 189 M139a-M139Z M139m-M142 M139af pj rl; San'iku shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of childbirth and rearing of children). Aiikukai, 1935. 119p. Not in A.L. Ml139b 4YW'{~fWh-P Kon'in shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of marriage customs). Minkan Densh5 no Kai, 1937. 339p. GT/2784/Y22 M139c flit nitfl Soso shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of funeral customs). Minkan Densho no Kai, 1937. 233p. PL/685/Y25 M139d fl/ltfs4 Bunrui noson goi (Classified vocabulary of farm villages). Nagano, Shinano Kyoikukai, 1937. 417p. PL/688/Y27 M139e ^^M. ";~Bunrui gyoson goi (Classified vocabulary of fishing villages). Minkan Densho no Kai, 1938. 443p. PL/688/Y26 M139f J]1 4 I Fukuso shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of clothing customs). Minkan Densho no Kai, 1938. 207p. PL/685/Y225 M139g,. i Kinki shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of taboo customs). Kokugakuin Daigaku, Hogen Kenkyukai, 1938. 138p. Not in A.L. M139h J+ "fmJg Kyoju shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of dwelling customs). Minkan Densh5 no Kai, 1939. 528p. PL/685/Y23 of children) v. 1. Tokyodo, 1949. 223p. PL/688/Y265 M139m,tgll l5<& Zokusei goi (Vocabulary of the family system). Nihon Hori Kenkyukai, 1943. 274p. PL/685/Y26 M139n IftW$ P Bunrui shokumotsu shuzoku goi (Classified glossary of food customs). Kadokawa Shoten, 1974. 495p. GT/2860/Y22 M140 Xt-f/1,-,"'f"'4dH'LL;J4r N f6^Minzokugaku Kenkyujo. Sogo Nihon minzoku goi (Comprehensive glossary of Japanese folklore). Heibonsha, 1955-1956. 5v. GR/340/M674 About 35,000 terms, most of which were published in the 14 volumes of Bunrui minzoku goishu, M139, though in a different format. Pronunciation, variants, and examples are given for each term. Definitions are short, some with illustrations. V. 5 contains word distribution maps, general index and classified subject index, unannotated bibliographies of books and periodicals. Atlas M141 -fLrT H+NP1i-4tM Bunkacho. Nihon minzoku chizu (The atlas of Japanese folk culture) v. 1 -Kokudo Chiri Kyokai, 1970-1974. 4v. DS/821/A13 Each volume consists of a portfolio of 20-40 folding outline-map sheets (1:2,000,000) of the entire country, each of which shows by symbols the distribution of one component of Japanese folk culture, plus a 500-700 page supplement which explains the data for each map and the survey it is based on in detail. Map titles are also in English. V. 1 and 2 cover festivals and annual events, v. 3 covers folk life and beliefs, and v. 4 treats trade and transportation. Illustrations M142 t9-'% HN>` PE Monbush5. Shiry5kan. Shiryokan shozo minzoku shiryo zuhan mokuroku Nihon hen (Illustrated catalog of folk articles held by the Ministry of Education "Folk Materials Museum" Shiryokan: Japan). M139i A" {: Saiji shuzoku goi (Vocabulary of seasonal customs). Minkan Densho no Kai, 1939; Kokusho Kankokai, 1975. 703, 43p. GT/3405/J3/Y22 M139j C_{' Bunrui saishi shuzoku goi (Classified vocabulary of worship and festivals). Kadokawa Shoten, 1963. 508p. GT/4884/A2/Y21 M139k ftL[ttMNp Bunrui sanson goi (Classified vocabulary of mountain villages). Nagano, Shinano Kyoikukai, 1941. 410p. PL/688/Y28 M1391 {~.. Bunrui jido goi (Classified vocabulary

Page  190 190 M143-M146 M147-M151 1968-1972. 5v. GN/37/T6/S56 A.L. holdings incomplete. A classified listing of several thousand folk articles such as tools, shoes, clothing, etc., in the museum, accompanied by photographs. Indexes at end of each volume. M143 Jft IiffI It L f4 1iWk Minzokugaku Kenkyujo. Nihon minzoku zuroku (Pictorial record of Japanese folkways). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1955. 168, 148, 9p. DS/821/M665 A collection of small-size photographs, taken 1925-1955, arranged by broad subject, illustrating numerous aspects of Japanese farming, fishing, and mountain folk life. Brief explanation of each photograph. Subject index. M144 'H/K4 [},[T'l t Honda, Yasuji. Zuroku Nihon no minzoku geino (Japanese folk theater in pictures). Asahi Shinbunsha, 1960. 122p. 168 plates. GV/1695/H77 A collection of 301 photographs covering all types of folk dancing, acting, puppetry, festival entertainment, etc. An outline essay on the history and typology of folk theater, a list by region and prefecture of all annual and seasonal entertainments, and index of photographs by prefecture, and a subject bibliography appended. MANNERS AND CUSTOMS M145 Hl4lf A [fT- Jffr1Jt Morisue, Yoshiaki and Hinonishi, Suketaka. Fuzoku jiten (Dictionary of manners and customs). Tokyodo, 1957. 24, 830p. DS/821/F98 An illustrated dictionary of about 1,400 signed entries, focusing on clothing, food, and shelter, from ancient times onward. Pronunciations are indicated. Appended are lists of major annual events, apparel colors, genealogies of martial arts, etc. Subject index. M146 z — f — ~i{)AfjS-! Hayashi, Yoshikazu.' Jidai fuzoku kosho jiten (Dictionary for the historical study of period customs and manners). Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1977. 705, 33p. DS/822.2/H37 historical film and television drama. Covers the Edo period in essay style with illustrations. Index. M147 Tlhii d tf,ETt Inagaki, Shisei. Jidai kosho jiten (Dictionary for the historical study of period manners and customs). Shin Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1971. 478p. DS/822.2/I35 M148 t S lI - Kitamura, Nobuyo. Kiyu Shoran (Encyclopedia of popular customs and traditions) 1830. In Nihon zuihitsu taisei 2nd ser. suppl. 1929. 2v. PL/788/N68 A cyclopedia of Edo manners and customs classified in 28 sections with such headings as dwellings, manners, costume, utensils, prostitution, sodomy, language, food and drink, fire and lighting, merchants, beggars, birds and insects, fishing and hunting, and plants, with explanations citing historical documents and old traditions. No index. [N61] M149 - j JI'Li { rfJ - Kitagawa, Morisada. Ruiju kinsei fuzokushi (Classified customs and manners of the Tokugawa period), ed. by Muromatsu Iwao. Repr. ed. Bunchosha Shoin, 1928 -1929. 2v. in 1. DS/821/K55 Copiously illustrated compilation of notes made by an ex-Osaka merchant in Edo, 1837-1853, comparing several thousand aspects of urban life in Osaka and Kyoto with those in Edo, organized under 33 subject headings. Originally titled Morisada manko (Morisada's jottings). Written in classical Japanese. No index, but detailed table of contents. A later, handier version follows: M150 LC9j fi _ ftt h.$ Ema, Tsutomu and others. Kinsei fuzoku jiten (Dictionary of Tokugawa period manners and customs). Jinbutsu Oraisha, 1967. 935, 208, 21p. DS/821/K56 Rearrangement of Kitagawa's 2,000 entries under 10 major divisions including all the original 1,700 illustrations. Adds a general index and reproductions from Tokugawa period illustrated books on Edo life. M151 Pf-~ At gP ~ x W-{aJ Miyoshi, Ikko. Edo Tokyo fuzokugo jiten (Dictionary of terms for Edo-Tokyo Compiled to serve as a handbook for accurate set and costume design for

Page  191 191 Ml 52-M1 55 Ml 56-M1 59 manners and customs). Seiabo, 1959. 3, 449p. PL/693/T64 About 1,000 entries, covering colloquialisms, cant, argot, slang, etc., of the late Tokugawa and early Meiji periods, taken mainly from the works of playwright Kawatake Mokuami. Arranged in 5 categories: colloquialisms, the gay quarters, miscellaneous accomplishments, the street, crimes. Examples of usage are given, citing the literary sources. Index. M152 _ 4-k I{x,^t)fff Miyoshi, Ikko. Edo Tokyo seigyo bukka jiten (Dictionary of Edo and Tokyo occupations and prices). Seiabo, 1960. 461p. DS/897/T6/M68 A companion work to Edo Tokyo fuzokugo jiten, M151. Covers occupations, prices, medicine, religion, food, and drink, and famous stores of the Tokugawa and Meiji periods in the Tokyo area. About 750 terms, taken mainly from the writings of the 19th century playwrights Tsuruya Nanboku and Kawatake Mokuami. Arranged by broad subject. M153 jlteJ Hf Masaoka, Iruru. Meiji Tokyo fuzokugo jiten (Dictionary of terms for Tokyo manners and customs in the Meiji period). Arimitsu Shobo, 1957. 288p. PL/693/T64/M38 Roughly 3,000 very brief entries pertaining to Tokyo area folkways. Index. M154 ftt i L ~t- t ~t Asakura, Haruhiko and Inamura, Tetsugen. Meiji seso hennen jiten (Chronological dictionary of Meiji social conditions). Tokyodo, 1965. 694p. DS/882/A81 About 5,000 brief entries, arranged by month, 1868-1912, covering various events, social customs and manners, and social conditions during the Meiji period. General index. M155 HiP"m^ WV* H*A#ft,#4$ Kawabata, Sanehide. Nihon fukushokushi jiten (Historical dictionary of Japanese costume). Tokyodo, 1969. 2, 318p. GT/1560/K24 A handy dictionary of Japanese dress and accessories from prehistoric times to the present, but stressing premodern times. Illustrated with small photographs. Subject, name, terms index. M156 \111R X ffi2ftgt4 Motoyama, Tekishu. Inshoku jiten (Dictionary of food and drink). Heibonsha, 1958. 604p. TX/349/M92 About 2,500 entries, covering food, seasonings, drinks, etc., concentrating on raw materials and traditional uses. Pronunciations are given. Some illustrations. Sources M157 Htj tIQi,3, ~ 4I'i Nihon shomin seikatsu shiryo shusei (Collection of materials on the daily life of the Japanese masses). San'ichi Shobo, 1968-1972. 20v. DS/803/N66 A collection of pre-Meiji materials on the common people, organized by subject. Each document is prefaced with a short section of background and explanatory matter. Furigana and punctuations are given to assist readers. Reproduces original illustrations where possible. M158 t EKojitsu sosho (Ancient court and military customs series) rev. and enl. ed. Yoshikawa Kobunkan and Nichiyo Shobo, 1928-1931. 41v.; new rev. and enl. ed. Meiji Tosho Shuppan. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1951-1957. 39v. DS/804.5/K79 A compilation of writings, maps, and illustrations, covering ancient court noble and military family customs, dress, arms, etc., mostly written by Tokugawa period scholars. Originally published in 168 volumes of text and 12 volumes of illustrations by Imaizumi Josuke, 1899-1906. Later revised and enlarged. Subject index and index of difficult words in the final volume. Festivals M159 JGUAL H4 1CD F{-] Shioda, Masaru. Nihon no nenju gyoji (Japanese annual observances). Kin'ensha, 1969. 2v. GT/4884/A2/S55 A calendar of about 1,000 major Japanese festivals and observances, giving brief background information for each. Index. The supplement volume is titled Kamisama

Page  192 192 M1 60-M1 64 Ml 65-M1 69 hotokesama no rirekisho (Biographical sketches of Shinto and Buddhist deities) treats about 70 gods. M160, t6 I) I I| 41X1 - I ([t iaI I a7 Sanbyaku rokujugo nichi jiten: kyo wa donna hi ka na (365 days dictionary: what kind of day is today?), comp. by Shakai Shisosha, 1968. 20, 382p. DS/833/S54 For each day of the year, gives the main historical events, the annual and seasonal events, birth and death dates of famous people. World-wide coverage, with emphasis on Japan. Subject and name indexes. M161 [J4ffj1J! 1 'T 'N T Nishitsunoi, Masayoshi. Nenju gyoji jiten (Dictionary of annual observances). Tokyodo, 1958. 6, 972p. DS/821/N73 About 2,700 entries with illustrations, covering annual functions of the past and present, focusing on seasonal Japanese folk events. Pronunciations are given. Index. M162 L^ frT'r0ft IfF Nt- *r'Uf] Minzokugaku Kenkyujo. Nenju gyoji zusetsu (Annual observances illustrated). Iwasaki Shoten, 1953. 286p. DS/821/M67 Current and recent Japanese annual events pictured with explanations. Reference list. Index. [N95] M163 f'/th -J _t ~-+ ~ 'J ft Nenju gyoji to kyodo geino: tabi no jiten (Annual observances and folk theater: travel dictionary). Nihon Kotsu Kosha, 1969. 337p. GT/4884/A2/N45 An illustrated list of about 500 major festivals, arranged by region and prefecture, giving for each the location, travel information, sponsor, estimated cost of attendance, history, present status, some local maps. A calendar of festivals is provided for less known festivals. M164 'Mt t U f HZ * Li ff Miyao, Shigeo. Nihon sairei gyoji jiten (Dictionary of Japanese festivals and observances). Shudosha, 1968. 708p. GT/4884/A2/M68 A comprehensive calendar of all annual festivals, rites, observances, etc., arranged by prefecture. Gives the name of the event, and the temple, shrine, or locality where it is held. Index. M165 I -TJw% Lz.F -- _ Nihon sairei gyoji shusei (Anthology of Japanese festivals and observances), comp. by its Kankokai. Heibonsha, 1967-1973. 7v. GT/4884/A2/N67 A.L. holdings incomplete. A collection of primary materials on festivals, rites, ceremonies, etc., in pre-modern times. The supplement is a general table of contents. M166 H tDS60e Nihon no matsuri (Japanese festivals). Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1971. 207p. GT/4884/A2/N65 About 130 major festivals, arranged by season. Best source for color photographs. Illustrations MI 67 )ffi lfVlI Fuzoku gaho (Pictorial reports of manners and customs) repr. ed. Meiji Bunken, 1973-1975. 22 cases. DS/821/A1/F94 Separately bound facsimile issues of 1889-1916 magazine which dealt with all aspects of Edo and Meiji era life. Indexed. Especially valuable for illustrations of costumes and utensils. M168 [l5-H~ PY,,Xt Zusetsu Nihon shomin seikatsushi (Illustrated history of the daily life of the common people in Japan). Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1961-1962. 8v. DS/835/A96 A good collection of illustrations of common people at work, rest, and play, mostly taken from old books and drawings, arranged chronologically from prehistory to 1931 and topically within the major period covered by each volume. It also covers the tools, utensils, and other things people used. A chronology, maps and charts in each volume. M169 i1 AL E H74B:W0 Ema, Tsutomu. Zusetsu Nihon fuzokushi (Illustrated history of Japanese manners and customs). Seibundo Shink5sha, 1956. 8, 244, 20p. GT/1560/E546

Page  193 193 M1 70-M1 74 M175-M178 A collection of 355 black and white photographs of mainly upper class adult costumes from ancient times to about 1900, with brief captions in English and a detailed explanation in Japanese for each. "A brief history of the Japanese costume" with English summary appended. M170 iIWTh f I 01 f X?,- "i Ema, Tsutomu. Nihon fuzoku shashin taikan (Photographic survey of Japanese manners and customs). Seibundo Shinkosha, 1936. 718p. 16 color plates. GT/1560/E543 Emphasizes costumes dating from ancient times through the Meiji era, with explanations. M171 _E^-JA I lE ttf fti Mitani, Kazuma. Edo shomin fuzoku eten (Classical illustrations of Edo commoners' manners and customs). Misaki Shobo, 1970. 2v. DS/897/T6/M65 An anthology of old illustrations of Edo people at work, home, and play. Good source for pictures of urban occupations. V. 1 has about 400 drawings; v. 2 contains explanations for each, index. M172 9_ — ~ I P c lI] Mitani, Kazuma. Edo shobai zue (Illustration of Edo business) rev. and enl. ed. Miki Shobo, 1975. 295 plates. lO0p. pamphlet in case. DS/827/R43/M67 About 290 plates of-old illustrations, arranged by broad subject, showing Edo tradespeople, peddlers, street entertainers, etc., accompanied by a booklet of brief explanations keyed to the plates, lists of sources, index to people in the plates, and plate-title index. M173 ARWP~L_ Fukushokushi zuroku (Pictorial history of clothing). Osaka, Shinshindo, 1969. 4v. portfolio, in case. GT/1560/F94 A collection of materials on traditional Japanese dress from ancient times through the Meiji era. Includes accessories, ornaments, hairstyles, etc., with emphasis on upper class costume. Rich in dress styles and material patterns, textures, and colors. zusetsu (Illustrated history of Japanese costume). Koseikan, 1973. 3, 122, lip. GT/1560/K245 A small general history of costume from ancient to present times, but stressing pre-modern, arranged in topical and chronological order, with many illustrations. M175,'JlijfJ H41 M Yoshikawa, Kanpo. Nihon jososhi (History of female attire). Zen Nihon Ningyo Shihankai, 1968. 236p. GT/1560/Y64 A collection of photographs and drawings of traditional Japanese costumes, ornaments, etc., with explanatory notes on facing pages. LEGENDS Asakura, Haruhiko. Shinwa densetsu jiten (Dictionary of myths and legends). Todyodo, 1963. 513p. GR/35/S62 About 1,200 entries. Summarizes and gives sources and references for myths, legends, ancient tales, songs, folk beliefs. Identifies persons around whom legends have grown. Illustrated. Classified table of contents with 1,200 entries and index of 3,230 terms. [D48] M177 ~/]' i '.t-_ ~[m Iwaya, Sazanami and Iwaya, Eiji. Daigoen (Great garden of words). Heibonsha, 1935-1936. 10v. GR/330/I92 Most comprehensive collection of myths, legends, oral traditions, fables and allegorical stories of Japan, China, Korea and India, arranged under 25 headings, including Shinto deities, Buddhist deities, shrines and temples, kings and emperors, dragons and snakes, and demons. V. 10 gives a classified table of contents, list of sources and classified name index. M178 aHMrIt A M[ 4 Nihon Hoso Ky5kai. Nihon densetsu meii (Index of Japanese legends) rev. ed. Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1971. 15, 523p. GR/340/N62 M174 akata SHaRn d Kawabata, Sanehide. Nihon fukusoshi A handy compilation of the names and summaries of Japanese legends, including variants, arranged under headings of

Page  194 194 M 79-M182 M 83-M184 wood, stone, water, mounds, mountain slopes and passes, and shrines. Sources are given. Bibliography; title index. M179 1\1 ittAA IIl Nihon H5so Kyokai. Nihon mukashibanashi meii (Index to old Japanese tales) rev. ed. Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1971. 13, 358p. GR/340/N622 Tales are classified into types, and their geographical distribution given. M180 fF I d^ 'S l Fujisawa, Morihiko. Nihon densetsu sosho (Collection of Japanese legends). Its Kankokai, 1917-1920. 13v. GR/340/F96 M181 1 f I ^ Jf Fujisawa, Morihiko. Nihon minzoku densetsu zenshu (Complete collection of Japanese folk legends). Kawade Shobo, 1955-1956. lOv. The above two works bring together a large number of tales, legends, folk stories, etc., by locality. M182 MJetY LJ IKEI Seki, Keigo. Nihon mukashibanashi shusei (Anthology of old Japanese tales). Kadokawa Shoten, 1950-1958? 5v. GR/340/S45 A scholarly collection of 723 oral folk tales and their major variants, arranged in 3 parts: animal tales, standard tales —marriage, birth, success, spirits, etc. —and humorous tales. Commentary, analysis, background and source information, etc., is given for each tale. A list of cited sources, and titlesubject index. M183 li- p DX~l Nihon no mukashibanashi (Old tales of Japan). Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1972-1976. 15v. GR/340/N665 Each volume devoted to tales from a different locality or of a particular type, edited by different scholars under the direction of Inada Koji. Location and name of the oral source and name of the tale, if any, given in the Nihon mukashibanashi meii, M179, or Nihon mukashibanashi shusei, M182. M184 f J 10)j Nihon no minwa (Japanese folk tales). Miraisha, 1957-. In progress. (73v. and 4v. supp. as of 1978). GR/340/N65 A collection of oral folk stories, each volume containing tales from a specific locality, edited by a different editor. The name of the oral source is given, but no date. ADDENDA M25 "j'hjfJ t~2' _: 4a Rodo Undoshi Kenkyukai. Meiji shakaishugi shiry5shu (Historical materials on Meiji socialism). Meiji Bunken Shiryo Kyokai, 1960-64. 20v. HX 15.R6 M60 H M*W1.ET} Nihon hyojun shokugyo bunrui (Standard classified table of Japanese occupations) 1953-. Compiled by Gyosei Kanricho, Tokei Kijunkyoku. Zenkoku Tokei Kyokai Rengokai, 1953-. HB 2581.J35 A collection of socialist journals and newspapers from about 1890 on, with detailed commentary. Subject index. Indexes more than 5000 occupations according to the standardized classification system.

Title Index

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Page  195 195 TITLE INDEX A Ainosho, A76 Ainugo hogen jiten, D105 Allied Occupation of Japan, F179 All-Romanized English-Japanese Dictionary, D19 Annotated Bibliography of Ainu Studies, M122 Annotated Select List of Labor Statistical Materials, M45a Asahi gendai yogo jiten, D71 Asahi keizai nenshi, L66 Asahi nenkan, A88 Author-title Catalog, U. C. Berkeley, A7 Azuma kagami jinmei sakuin, E152 Azuma kagami sosakuin, E153 B Bakumatsu gaikoku kankei monjo, F144 Bakumatsu Ishin gaiko shiryo shusei, F145 Bakumatsu Meiji shinbun zenshu, F162 Ban'yu hyakka daijiten, A85 Basho denki kosetsu, E178 Basho jiten (Iino), E176 Basho jiten (Sakuragi), E177 Basho shichibushu sosakuin, E179 Beginner's Dictionary of Chinese-Japanese Characters and Compounds, D15 Benri no bunko no somokuroku, A40 Bibliographic Materials in the Japanese Language on Far Eastern Archaeology and Ethnology, F87 Bibliographical Series, U. of M. Center for Japanese Studies, A6 Bibliography of Christianity in Japan, B139 Bibliography of Japanese Dialects, D98 Bibliography of Japanese Encyclopedias and Dictionaries, A70 Bibliography of Shinto in Western Languages, B33 Bibliography of Social Science Periodicals and Monograph Series: Japan, J5 Bibliography of the Humanistic Studies and Social Relations, A5 Bibliography on Buddhism, B68 Bibliography on Japanese Buddhism, B67 Bijutsu kantei jiten, C7 Bijutsu kenkyu somokuroku, C4 Bijutsu meiten, C19 Bijutsu nenkan, C23 Bijutsujin nenkan, C17 Bijutsuka meikan, C18 Biographical Dictionary of Japanese Literature, E68 Boeki nenkan, L194 Bongo-Shittan-Wa jii, B83 Bon-kan taiyaku Bukkyo jiten, B84 Brinkley's Japanese-English Dictionary, D16

Page  196 196 Buddhist Bibliography, B58 Buke hennen jiten, F128 Buke jiten, F127 Bukka shisu nenpo, L169 Bukka soran, L178 Bukke meigen jiten, B105 Bukkyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku, C62 Bukkyo bijutsu no kihon, C64 Bukkyo daijiten (Mochizuki), B74 Bukkyo daijiten (Oda), B76 Bukkyo daijiten (Ryukoku Daigaku), B75 Bukkyo dainenpyo, B106 Bukkyo girei jiten, B103 Bukkyo jirin, B78 Bukkyo jiten, B79 Bukkyo ronbun somokuroku, B65 Bukkyo shoseki mokuroku, B61 Bukkyo shuha jiten, B90 Bukkyo tetsugaku daijiten, B80 Bukkyogaku jiten, B81 Bukkyogaku kankei zasshi ronbun mokuroku, B64 Bukkyogo daijiten, B82 Bungaku hi jiten, E49 Bungaku iseki jiten, E34 Bungaku tetsugaku shigaku bunken mokuroku: 4. Shukyo kankei gakujutsu hen, B21 5. Japanese Folklore, M123 6. Kokugogaku hen, D1 7. Nihon kodaishi hen, F106 Bungei nenkan, E59 Bunjinga suihen, C94 Bunka jinmeiroku, G45 Bunkakei bunken mokuroku, A61 13. Bunka jinruigaku hen, M124 14. Nihon kindaishi, denki hen, G3 17. Kokogaku hen, F88 19. Shakaigaku hen, M2 Bunkazai yogo jiten, C48 Bunken kenkyu: Nihon no rodo mondai, M45 Bunrui goihyo, D52 Bunsei Tempo kokugun narabini daimyo bukan, G82 Bunsho jiten, D87 Buraku kaiho nenkan, M120 Buraku mondai kenkyu no tebiki, M121 Buraku mondai shiryo bunken sosho, M118 Burakushi ni kansuru sogoteki kenkyu, Ml19 Bussho kaisetsu daijiten, B59 Butsuzo annai, C67 Butsuzo jiten, C65 Butsuzo kansho no chishiki, C68 Butsuzo zukan, C69 Butsuzo zuten, C70 Chashitsu chatei jiten, C115 Checklist of Archives in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, K6 Checklist of Microfilm Reproductions of Selected Archives of the Japanese Army, Navy, and Other Government Agencies, K7 Chiho gikai jiten, K78 Chiho jichi benran, K71 Chiho jichi bunken mokuroku, K67 Chiho jichi jiten, K68 Chiho jichi nenkan, K73 Chiho jichi yogo jiten, K70 Chiho koei kigyo nenkan, L134 Chiho kokumin seikatsu jiten, K75 Chiho seido shiryo, K74 Chiho senkyo kekka shirabe, K37 Chiho zaisei hakusho, L132 Chiho zaisei tokei nenpo, L133 Chihoshi bunken sogo mokuroku, F185 Chihoshi kenkyu hikkei, F200 Chihoshi kenkyu no genjo, F186 Chihoshi kenkyu no hoho, F198 Chihoshi kenkyu yoran, F197 Chihoshi no kenkyu to henshu, F199 Chiiki-kan sangyo renkanhyo, L182 Chiiki keizai bunken mokuroku, L15 Chiiki keizai shiryo mokuroku, L16 Chiiki keizai soran, L84 Chiiki keizai tokei bunseki, L86 Chiiki keizai yoran, L85 Chiiki messhu tokei chizu, L98 Chikamatsu goi, C215 Chikamatsu igo, C216 Chikeizu ni rekishi o yomu: zoku Nihon rekishi chiri handobukku, F64 Chimei gogen jiten, D103 & H9 Chimei sakuin, H16 Chingin jiten, M73 Chingin rodo jikan seido sogo chosa hokoku, M76 Chingin sensasu, M75 Chingin soran, M74 Chirigaku bunken mokuroku, H6 Chirigaku kankei bunken mokuroku, H5 Chirigaku kenkyu no tame no bunken to kaidai, H3 Chishi mokuroku, F192 Chizu kankei bunken mokuroku, H32 Choki keizai tokei: suikei to bunseki, L78 Chosakuken daicho bunka jinmeiroku, G45 Choshabetsu shomoku shuran, E75 Christianity in Japan, B142 Chu-Nichi-O taisho sekai chimei jiten, H15 Chusei Kamakura Muromachi bungaku jiten, E37 Chusho kigyo hakusho, L147 Chusho kigyo kumiai soran, L146 Chusho kigyo mondai bunken mokuroku, L145 Chusho kigyo no keiei shihyo, L150 Connoisseur's Guide to Japanese Museums, C42 Cultural Anthropology in Japan, M128 C Catalog of the Asia Library, U. of Mich., All Catalogs of the Far Eastern Library, U. of Chicago, A10

Page  197 1 97 Dai bukan, G79 Daigenkai, D35 Daigoen, M177 Daihyakka jiten, A83a Dai jimmei jiten, G7 Daijiten (Heibonsha), D37 Daij iten (Ueda), D29 Dai Kan-wa jiten, D27 Dai Nihon Bukkyo zensho, B125 Dai Nihon chimei jisho, HiG Dai Nihon chishi taikei, F204 Dai Nihon dokushi chizu, F60 Dai Nihon hyakka jiten, A84 Dai Nihon Ishin shiryo, F141 Dai Nihon juin soran, B114 Dai Nihon jinmei jisho, G8 Dai Nihon josei jinmei jisho, G46 Dai Nihon kaheishi, L106 Dai Nihon kasho saran, E85 Dai Nihon kenseishi, K14 Dai Nihon kinsei shiryo, F135 Dai Nihon kokiroku, F75 Dai Nihon kokugo jiten, D36 Dai Nihon kamonjo, F76 Dai Nihon nenpyo, F53 Dai Nihon shinmei jisho, B45 Dai Nihon shinshiroku, G42 Dai Nihon shiryo, F77 Dai Nihon shoga meika taikan, C20 Dai Nihon sozeishi, L140 Dai Nihon Teikoku Naimusho tokei hokoku, J46 Dai toshi hikaku tokei nenpyo, J52 Daiyamondo kaisha shokuinroku, L158, L159 Dankafu, G68 Dazai Osamu kenkyu bunken nato, E183 Denki shiryo sakuin, G4 Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms, B89 Dictionary of Japanese and English Idiomatic Equivalents, D25, D89 Dictionary of Japanese Artists, C15 Dictionary of Selected Forms in Classical Japanese Literature, D24 Dictionnaire historique du Japan, F36 Directory of Special Libraries, Japan, A13 Dogen jiten, B122 Doigo nijuman jiten, D53 Dojoke keifu taisei, G67 Dokushi biyo, F39 Dokushi soran, F41 Doongo no kenkyu, D55 E Economic Survey of Japan, L59 Edo Bakufu yakushoku shusei, K65 Edo bungaku jiten, E39 Edo hennen jiten, F129 Edo jidai shorin shuppan shoseki mokuroku shusei,1 A19 Edo jidai shosetsu kyakuhon joruri zuihitsu honkokumono sakuin, E135 Edo moji, C139 Edo seikatsu jiten, F131 Edo senryu jiten, E125 Edo shohai zue, M172 Edo shomin fuzoku eten,' M171 Edo Tokyo fuzokuga jiten, M151 Edo Tokyo seigyo hukka jiten, M4152 Edogo daijiten, D65, E40 Eiga nenkan, C224 Ei-Wa rodo yoga jiten, M52 Emaki,, C96 Engeki gedai yaran, C198 Engeki hyakka daijiten, C193 Engeki nenpyo, C199 Essential Kanji, D14 F Far Eastern Languages Catalog, L.C., A9 Fujin no ayumi sanjunen, M110 Fu-ken-go sha Meiji jinja shiryo, B49 Fukkoki, F142 Fukushokushi zuroku, M173 Fukuso shuzoku gai, M139f Fukyo shinjiten, B104 Fuzoku gaho, M167 Fuzoku jiten, M145 G Cadai jiten, C76 Cairaigo shojiten, D82 Cakuiroku, G51 Cakujutsu yogoshu: kenchikugaku hen, C119 Cakujutsu yogoshu: Kirisuto kyogaku hen, B155 Cakujutsu zasshi saga mokuroku, A51 Ceino jiten, C195 Cendai bijutsu hoten, C84 Cendai Bukkyo meicho zenshu, B126 Cendai bungakuron taikei, E205 Cendai fujin undoshi nenpyo, M109 Gendai haiku jiten, E115 Gendai haiku kansho jiten, E117 Gendai hogaku meikan, C179 Cendai jinbutsu jiten, G43 Gendai joshikigo jiten, D75 Gendai kazoku fuyo, G76 Gendai keigo jiten, D92 Gendai kiko bungaku zenshu, H50 Gendai kin'yu jiten, L114 Gendai kyosan shugi jiten, M35 Gendai mohitsu santai jiten, C134 Gendai Nihon bijutsu zenshu, C95 Gendai Nihon bungaku daijiten, E44 Gendai Nihon bungaku dainenpyo (Hisamatsu), E66 Gendai Nihon bungaku dainenpyo (Saito), E62

Page  198 198 Gendai Nihon bungaku jiten, E41 Gendai Nihon bungaku nenpyo, E65 Gendai Nihon bungei soran, E14 Gendai Nihon gaka jiten, C83 Gendai Nihon kenchikuka zenshu, C12.8 Gendai Nihon shiso taikei, Bll Gendai Rekishigaku no seika to kadai, F196 Gendai rono undoshi nenpyo, M32 Gendai ryukogo jiten, D76 Gendai sakka jiten, E78 Gendai sakka yogo jiten, E94 Gendai sankyoku meikan, C180 Gendai seijika no sugao: Shugiin zen giinroku, K24 Gendai seijishi nenpyo, F156 Gendai sekai hyakka jiten, A86 Gendai shakai kagaku yogo jiten, J12 Gendai shingo to shakai chishiki, D72 Gendai shishiryo, F168 Gendai shisoshi nenpyo, B7 Gendai shuppan bunkajin soran, G47 Gendai tanka bunrui jiten, E95 Gendai tosho sogo mokuroku, A28 Gendai yogo no kiso chishiki, D73 Gendai zaikai kakeifu, G73 Gendaigo yaku Hokke jiten, B101 Gen-en, D40 Genga gaisetsu, E107 Gengo daijiten, D42 Genji monogatari hikkei, E56b, E154 Genji monogatari jiten (Ikeda), E156 Genji monogatari jiten (Kitayama), E159 Genji monogatari jiten (Mitani), E157 Genji monogatari jiten (Oka), E158 Genji monogatari taisei, E155 Genko tokei chosa soran, J34 Genroku bungaku jiten, E38 Genshoku gendai Nihon no bijutsu, C28 Genshoku kokuho, C51 Genshoku Nihon no bijutsu, C24 Genshoku toki daijiten, C153 Gidayu nenpyo, C218 Gijinmei jiten, G32 Gikai seido shichijunen shi, K21 Gikai seiji bunken mokuroku, K4 Ginkokyoku kin'yu nenpo, L118 Ginkokyoku nenpo, L119 Giongo, Gitaigo jiten, D56 Gosen wakashu sosakuin, E146 Gotai jirui, C135 Guide to Japanese Drama, C191 Guide to Japanese Poetry, E84 Guide to Japanese Prose, E130 Guide to Japanese Reference Books, A2 Guide to Kyogen, C207 Guide to Reading and Writing Japanese, D12 Gun-shi-cho-son mei benran, H26 Gunsho kaidai, A69 Gunsho ruiju, A64 Gunsho sakuin, A82 Gyogyo sensasu, L192 Gyosei gairaigo ryakugo jiten, D84 Gyosei hyakka daijiten, K51 Gyosei kanri yogo jiten, K53 Gyosei kikan soshikizu, K58 Gyosei kikozu, K57 Gyosei saishin mondai jiten, K52 H Hagiwara Sakutaro shoshi, E184 Haikai jinmei jiten, E113 Haiku daijiten, E112 Haiku kansho jiten, 116 Hajishiki doki shusei, F104 Hamamatsu Chunagon monogatari sosakuin, E160 Handbook of Chinese Buddhism, B88 Hansei ichiran, K66 Hanshi jiten, F195 Hantaigo jiten (Shioda), D57 Hantaigo jiten (Yamagiwa), D58 Hatasashimono, G87 Heiancho bungaku jiten, E36 Heian ibun, F118 Heibonsha rokujunenshi, A43 Heike monogatari hikkei, E161 Heike monogatari jiten, E162 Heike monogatari kenkyu jiten, E163 Heike monogatari kenkyu josetsu, E164 Heike monogatari sosakuin, E165 Hentai kana jiten, C145 Hentai moji shusei, C144 Higashi Nihon Yayoi jidai iseki chimeihyo, F97 Hiho, C74 Himitsu jirin, B94 Hiraki collection ukiyoe, C108 Hirosawa Masaomi, Shishido Tamaki kankei bunsho mokuroku, K5e Hisho ruisan, F148 Historical Documents Relating to Japan in Foreign Countries, F27 History of Japanese Music, C165 Hitotsubashi Daigaku shozo tokei shiryo mokuroku, J20 Hobun jinko kankei bunken narabini shiryo kaidai, L88 Hogaku buyo jiten, C169 Hogaku kansho nyumon, C178 Hogaku techo, C177 Hogaku yogo jiten, C175 Hogen zokugo gogen jiten, D102 Hojin kigyo tokei nenpo, L175 Hojoki sosakuin, E166 Honcho shojaku mokuroku, A18 Honge seiten daijirin, B102 Honpo genko tokei shiryo kaidai, J29 Honpo kaishashi mokuroku, L164 Honpo kaishashi mokuroku (Kin'yu keizai kenkyujo), L161 Honpo kigyo shashi mokuroku, L165 Honpo kogyo no susei, L186 Honpo kogyo susei 50nenshi, L187 Honpo shakai tokei shiryo kaisetsu, J26 Honpo shigakushi ronso, F7 Honpo shintaku bunken somokuroku, L108 Honpo shoshi no shoshi, A14 Honpo tokei shiryo kaisetsu, J25 Horeki seireki taisho hyo, Fll

Page  199 199 Horyuji kenchiku bunken mokuroku, L112 Hosei keizai shakai ronbun soran, J8 Hyakkan rireki, K62 Hyakusho ikki sogo nenpyo, M107 Hyojun gakujutsu yogo jiten: kenchikugaku hen, C120 Hyojun Nihongo hatsuon daijiten, D94 Hyojun ongaku jiten, C171 Hyojungo biki bunrui hogen jiten, D101 Hyokai meiku jiten, El14 I Index of Japanese Painters, C81 Ingo jiten, D80 Inoue Kaoru kankei bunsho mokuroku, K5j Inshoku jiten, M156 International Congress of Historical Sciences in Stockholm, F2a in Vienna, F2b International Military Tribunal Documents, F181 Introductory Bibliography for Japanese Studies, A3 Ishikawa Takuboku hikkei, E186 Ishikawa Takuboku jiten, E185 Ishikawa Takuboku zenkashu sosakuin, E187 Ishin go dainenpyo, F158 Ishin nisshi, F147 Ishin shiryo koyo, F140 Ishin shiseki kaidai, G5 Ishinshi, F139 Ishinshi kenkyu shiryo sakuin, F137a Ito Miyoji, 1857-1934, kankei bunsho mokuroku, K5b Iwanami kogo jiten, D61 Iwanami kokugo jiten, D39a Iwanami shojiten: Rodo undo, M50 Iwanami shojiten, seiji, K8 Iwanami Shoten gojunen, A42 Izumi Shikibu nikki, E147 J Japan Biographical Encyclopedia and Who's Who, G54 Japan Science Review: Economic Sciences, L4 Japan Times Directory of Foreign Residents, G58 Japan Times Japanese-English-Chinese Dictionary, D22 Japan Times 6 Language Dictionary, D23 Japanese Chronological Tables/Horeki seireki taishohyo, Fll Japanese Communism, an Annotated Bibliography of Works in the Japanese Language with a Chronology, 1921-1952, M17 Japanese Economics: a Guide, L5 Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary, B87 Japanese Geography: a Guide, H1 Japanese History: a Guide, F14 Japanese History: New Dimensions of Approach and Understanding, Fl Japanese Language Studies in the Showa Period, D2 Japanese Literature in European Languages, E17 Japanese Literature of the Showa Period, E13 Japanese Music and Musical Instruments, C166 Japanese Names, G55 Japanese Personal Names, G57 Japanese Place Names; "FADTMACK", H24 Japanese Political Science, K2 Japanese Religion and Philosophy, B17 Japanese Sociology and Social Anthropology, M3 Japanese Surnames, G56 Jibutsu kigen jiten, A98 Jichi yogo jiten, K69 Jidai betsu kokugo daijiten, D67 Jidai fuzoku kosho jiten, M146 Jidai kosho jiten, M147 Jige kaden, G66 Jigen, D28 Jigyosho tokei chosa hokoku, L174 Jiji nenkan, A88 Jikeiretsu minryoku sokutei shiryoshu, L77 Jinbun chiri bunken mokuroku, H7 Jinbutsu bunken sakuin, G1 Jinbutsu itsuwa jiten, G23 Jinbutsu sosho, G9 Jingi jiten, B37 Jingi shiryo, B54 Jingi zensho, B55 Jingishi nenpyo, B42 Jinja meikan, B46 Jinja taikan, B47 Jinji koshinroku, G33 Jinko daijiten, L90 Jinko dotai tokei (Koseisho), L93 Jinko dotai tokei (Tokeikyoku), L92 Jinko dotai tokei kijutsuhen, L94 Jinko dotai tokei nenpo, L95 Jinko mondai kankei bunken mokuroku, L89 Jinko mondai kankei shiryo mokuroku, L87 Jinko suikei geppo, L97 Jisho kaidai jiten, A72 Jiten, jiten sogo mokuroku, A71 Jiten no jiten, A73 Jitsuyo nandoku kisei jiten, G28 Jodai kanazukai jiten, D70 Jodai yamato-e nenpyo, C85 Jodaigo jiten, D68 Jodoshu daijiten, B91 Jodoshu nenpyo, B1lO Jodoshu zensho, B135 Jojo kaisha soran, L157 Joruri kenkyu bunken shusei, C217 Joyaku kaisei kankei (Dai) Nihon gaiko bunsho, K45 Juyo bijutsuhin-to nintei bukken mokuroku, C45 Juyo bunkazai, C50

Page  200 200 K K. B. S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes, A4 Arts and Crafts, C3 Economics, L6 Geography and Travel, H2 History and Bibliography, F15 History and Thought, B1 Language, D3 Literature, E7 Manners and Customs, and Folklore, M126 Politics, K3 Religion, B19 Theater, Dance and Music, C167, C189 Kabuki haiyu meikan, C213 Kabuki jiten, C210 Kabuki joshiki butai zushu, C214 Kabuki meisaku jiten, C211 Kabuki nenpyo, C212 Kabushiki kaisha nenkan, L156 Kadokawa gairaigo jiten, D81 Kadokawa kan-wa chujiten, D31 Kadokawa kogo jiten, D59 Kadokawa Nihonshi jiten, F32 Kadokawa shinjigen, D32 Kaei Meiji nenkanroku, F143 Kagero nikki, E148 Kaigiroku sosakuin, K30 Kaiin shimeiroku, G48 Kaiji shiryo sosho, L197 Kaisen Nihon bunkashi nenpyo, F57 Kaisetsu keizai tokei, L68 Kaisetsu Nihon keizai tokei, L69 Kaisha kigyo meikan, L151 Kaisha nenkan, L154 Kaisha sokan, L155 Kaisha tokeihyo, L176 Kakei chosa nenpo, M78 Kakei chosa shiryo mokuroku, M77 Kakei chosa sogo hokokusho, M79 Kamakura buke jiten, F121 Kamigata engei jiten, C197 Kamigata gogen jiten, D104 Kana kaidoku jiten, C146 Kancho benran, K54 Kancho kankobutsu sogo mokuroku, A62 Kanko hakusho, H48 Kankyo hakusho, M97 Kankyo yogoshu, M98 Kanpo, K25 Kantei biko Nihon toki zensho, C159 Kan'yaku kanmei seiyo jinmei jiten, G60 Kao kagami, C147, G88 Katorikku daijiten, B150 Katsura Taro kankei bunsho mokuroku, K5c Katsuyo rodo tokei, M71 Kazoku mondai bunken shusei, M7 Kazo Nihon chishi mokuroku, F193 Keiei kanri jiten, L101 Keiei tosho somokuroku, L99 Keifubetsu gendai kadan soran, E97 Keigo yoho jiten, D93 Keizai bunseki no tame no deta kaisetsu, L67 Keizai dantai, chosa kikan to kankobutsu ichiran, L9 Keizai deta yogo jiten, L25 Keizai hakusho, L59 Keizai hendo kansoku shiryo nenpo, L83 Keizai horitsu bunken mokuroku, J9 Keizai jiten, L19 Keizai keikaku bunken mokuroku, L14 Keizai shingo jiten, L26 Keizai shiryo soran, L3 Keizai tokei nenkan, L57 Keizai tokei nenpo, L63 Keizai Keizai Keizai tosho somokuroku, L8 yogo wa-ei jiten, L27 yoran, L60 Keizaigaku bunken kiho, L1 Keizaigaku bunken taikan, L2 Keizaigaku daijiten, L18 Keizaigaku jiten (Heibonsha), L24 Keizaigaku jiten (Osaka Shiritsu Daigaku), L20 Keizaigaku jiten (Osaka Shoka Daigaku), L22 Keizaigaku yogo jiten, L30 Keizaigaku yogo no kiso chishiki, L29 Keizaigakushi shojiten, L38 Keizaishi bunken kaidai, L33 Keizu soran, G70 Kenchiku daijiten, C113 Kenchiku yogo jiten, C121 Kenkyusha's New English-Japanese Dictionary, D17 Kenkyusha's New Japanese-English Dictionary, D18 Kenmin shotoku tokei, L62 Kensei hiroku, F169 Kensei shiryo mokuroku, K5 Kigyo betsu gaishi donyu soran, L160 Kindai bungaku kenkyu hikkei, E57 Kindai bungaku kenkyu sosho, E73, E203 Kindai bungaku ronbun hikkei, E58 Kindai bungaku ronso jiten, E204 Kindai bungaku zasshi jiten, E46 Kindai in'yoreki taishohyo, F10 Kindai keizaigaku jiten, L23 Kindai keizaigaku yogo jiten, L28 Kindai meisaku moderu jiten, E45 Kindai Kindai Kindai Kindai Kindai Kindai Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon bungaku gasshu sakuin, E26 bungaku hon'yaku shomoku, E18a bungaku jiten, E43 bungaku o manabu tameni, E15 bungaku taikei, E131 kankei bunken bunrui F124 mokuroku, Kindai Nihon seijishi hikkei, K13 Kindai Nihon shigakushi no kenkyu, F3a, F3b Kindai Nihon sogo nenpyo, F48, F157 Kindai tanka jiten, E93 Kindaishi kansho jiten, E129 Kinki chiho kokuho juyo bunkazai sogo mokuroku, C47 Kinki shuzoku goi, M139g Kinsei bungeika shiryo soran, E76 Kinsei chihoshi kenkyu nyumon, F201

Page  201 201 Kinsei fuzoku jiten, M150 Kinsel hanko ni okeru shuppansho no kenkyu, A21 Kinsei hogaku nenpyo, C181 Kinsei jikata keizai shiryo, L48 Kinsei j inmeiroku shusei, G6 Kinsei joryu bunjinden, E98 Kinsei Kamigatago jiten, D64a Kinsei shakai keizai gakusetsu taikei, J16 Kinsel shakai keizai shiryo shusei, L53 Kinsei shakai keizai sosho, L52 Kinsei shigaku shisoshi kenkyu, F3 Kinsei shomin shiryo shozai mokuroku, F29 Kinseishi handobukku, F126 Kin'yu daijiten, Liii Kin'yu jiko sankosho, L120 Kin'yu yogo jiten, L112 Kirishitan bungaku noto, B148 Kirishitan bunken ko, B147 Kirishitan bunko, B158 Kirishitanshi bunken kaidai, B145 Kirishitan tensekiko soko, B144 Kirisutokyo daijiten, B151 Kirisutokyo daijiten (Takagi), B153 Kirisutokyo hyakka jiten, B152 Kirisutokyo nenkan, B156 Kirisutokyo yogo jiten, B154 Kiyo shoran, M148 Kizokuin giji sokkiroku, K28 Kobunko, A81 Kochu kokka taikei, E96, ElOO Kodaishi hakkutsu, F101 Kodansha ban Nihon kindai kaiga zenshu, C89 Kodansha kogo j iten, D62 Koga biko, C79 Kogai jiten, MIOI Kogai mondai soran, M99 Kogyo jittai kihon chosa hokokusho, L149 Kogyo tokei gojunenshi, L185 Kogyo tokeihyo, L184 Kohan chishi kaidai, F194 Kohitsu jiten, C140 Kokon yoranko, A79 Kokubun toho Bukkyo sosho, B128 Kokubungaku benran, E55 Kokubungaku i2shu butsugo kaishaku, B77 Kokubungaku kenkyu bunken mokuroku, E3 Kokubungaku kenkyu jiten, E33 Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan zo chikuji kanko butsu mokuroku-, E2 Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan zo maikuro shiryo mokuroku, El Kokubungaku kenkyu shomoku kaidai, E4 Kokufu chosa hokoku, L74 Kokugakusha chojutsu ichiran, B16 Kokugakusha denki shusei, B14, B15 Kokugo gogen jiten, D79 Kokugo kanyoku daijiten, D90 Kokugo kokubungaku Kenkyu bunken mokuroku, E3 Kokugo kokubungaku kenkyushi taisei, E201 Kokugo kokubungaku ronbun somokuroku, E5 Kokugo kokubungaku zukai daijiten, DIO Kokugo nenkan, D7 Kokugogaku, 04 Kokugogaku jiten, D8 Kokugogaku kenkyu jiten, D9 Kokugogaku shomoku kaidai, 05 Kokuho, C52 Kokuho homotsurui mokuroku, C46 Kokuho jiten, C49 Kokuho juyo bunkazai annai, C56 Kokuho juyo bunkazai Bukkyo bijutsu, C63 Kokuho juyo bunkazai Nihon kenchiku annai, C129 Kokumin jichi nenkan, K72 Kokumin seiji nenkan, KII Kokumin seikatsu hakusho, M81 Kokumin seikatsu jikan chosa, M84 Kokumin seikatsu jittai chosa hokoku, M82 Kokumin seikatsu tokei nenpo, M83 Kokumin shotoku tokel nenpo, L61 Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan mokuroku, Shakal kagaku, JI Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan shibu Ueno Toshokan wa-kanjo shomei mokuroku. Kosho no bu, A45 Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan shozo chizu mokuroku, H31 Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan zosho mokuroku, A47 Kokusai jinji meikan, G37 Kokusei chosa hokoku, L96 Kokushi bunken kaisetsu, F17 Kokushi daijiten, F31 Kokushi dainenpyo, F56 Kokushi daizukan, F67 Kokushi gakkai, F20 Kokushi shozo shusei,, G85 Kokushi sosho, F82 Kokushi taikei, F79 Kokushi taikei shomoku kaidai, F80 Kokusho kaidai,, A22 Kokusho Kankokai sosho,, F81 Kokusho somokuroku, A16 Kokutai jingi jiten, B40 Kokuyaku Zengaku taisei, B137 Kokuyaku Zenshu sosho, B127 Kokuzeicho tokei nenposho, L130 Komonjogaku gairon, F74 Koj i Koj i Koj i jukugo daijiten, D44 junrei jiten, B118 kotowaza jiten, D47 Koji meisatsu jiten, B117 Koji ruien, A80 Koji seigo daijiten, D45 Koji seigo gengo jiten, D46 Koji to kotowaza no jiten, D49 Kojien, D39 Kojiki jiten, F109 Kojiki sosakuin, F108 Kojiki taisei, F107 Kojin kigyo keizai chosa Kojitsu sosho, M158 Kokinshu sosakuin, E145 Kokka sakuin, C5 Kokka taikan, E99 Kokkai benran, K17 Kokkai guin saran, K19 Kokkai jiten, K15 Kokca-i tokei teiyo, J48 nenpo, L177 Kokoku jiten, L144 Kokon Nihon shoga meika zendan, C21

Page  202 202 Komonjo jidai kagami, F71 Kon'in shuzoku goi, Ml39b Konjaku monogatari jinmel jinbutsu sosakuin, E167 Konsaisu jinmei jiten, G49 Kosaku sogi kankei shozo tosho shiryo mokuroku, M103 Kosei hakusho, M89 Kosenryu fuzoku jiten, E124 KosenryEI jiten, E122 Koshitsu jiten, G75 Kosho Edo jiten, F130 Kotei kokushi kenkyu nenpyo, F55 Kotei kokushi no kenkyu, F6 Koten dokkai jiten, E35 Kotoba no izumi, D34 Koyo doko chosa hokoku, M70 Koza Nihonshi, F4 Koza shakaigaku, M16 Kuge jiten, G77 Kugyo bunin, G78 Kuni no kankobutsu kaisetsu rnokuroku, A63 Kuzushi kaidoku jiten, C142 Kuzushiji kaidoku jiten (Kodama), L143 Kyodo min'yo buyo jiten, C185 Kyodo no bunkazai, C57 Kyodo shakai jiten, M9, M133 Kyodo shiryo mokuroku soran, F187 Kyodoshi jiten, F196 Kyogen jiten, C209 Kyogen soran, C208 Kyoju shuzoku goi, M139h Kyoka jinmei jisho, E109 Kyoka shomoku shusei, E108 Kyosai nenkan, M91 Kyoto Daigaku Bungakubu Hakubutsukan shiryo mokuroku, F102 Kyoto-fu kankei zasshi ronbun mokuroku, Fl9lc Kyoto-fu shiryo shozai mokuroku, Fl9lb L Leftwing Social Movements in Japan, M18 Library Catalogs: Catalog of the Japanese Collection, Hoover Institution, A8 M Maeda Shomei kankei bunsho mokuroku,, K5g Mainichi nenkan, A89 Mainichi nyusu jiten, A54 Maizo bunkazai hakkutsu chosa hokoku, F95 Makura no soshi hikkei, E56c, E168 Makurakotoba jiten, D69 Man'yoshu hikkei, E56a, E155 Man'yoshu jiten (Ito), E142 Man'yoshu jiten (Sasaki), E141 Man'yoshu taisei, E143 Masukomi bunkenshu taiseil, M6 Masukomi yogo jiten, D78 Meiji Bukkyoshi Hensanjo zo mokuroku, B62 Meiji bungaku kenkyu bunken soran, Eli Meiji bungaku shomoku, E12 Meiji hungaku zenshu, E24 Meiji bunka zenshu, F161 Meiji bunken mokuroku, A26 Meiji hokan, J15 Meiji hyakunen kinen Bukkyo dainenkan, B10? Meiji hyakunen no rekishi, F173 Meiji hyakunen shiryo: shiryo nenpyo, F15i Meiji hyakunen shiryo: suji de miru hyakunen, J51 Meiji hyakunenshi sosho, F166 Meiji iko honpo chizu mokuroku, H30 Meiji iko honpo keizai tokei manual mokuroku, L70 Meiji iko honpo shuyo keizai tokei, L80 Meiji iko kokugogaku kankei kanko shomoku, D6 Meiji iko to-do-fu-ken tokeisho sogo mokuroku, J22 Meiji Ishin shinbutsu bunrui shiryo, B26 Meiji Ishinshi kenkyu koza, F136 Meiji Ishinshi kenkyu. no hatten, F137 Meiji jibutsu kigen, A96 Meiji jinbutsu itsuwa jiten, G24 Meiji kakocho: bukko jinmei jiten, ClO Meiji kansei jiten, K60 Meiji nenkan Bukkyo kankei shinbun zasshi mokuroku,, B66 Meiji nenkan fuken tokeisho shusei, J27 Meiji no Bukkyosha, B120 Meiji sanjuichi-nen Nihon Teikoku jinko tok Meij i Meij i Meij i Meij i Meij i cei, L91 seso hennen jiten, M154 shakaishugi shiryoshu, M25 shiryo: Kenyo shokumu honinroku, K63 shiyo, F149 shoki santo shinkoku shomoku, A24 Meij i shokkan enkaku hyo, K61 Meiji shonen nomin sojo-roku, M106 Meiji Taisho bungaku bijutsu jinmei jiten, E74 Meiji Taisho haikushi nenpyo daijiten, E119 Meiji Taisho kasho soran, E86 Meiji Taisho kokusei soran, L72 Meiji Taisho shisho soran, E127 Meiji Taisho Showa bungaku sakuin soran, E27 Meiji Taisho Showa shinto shoseki mokuroku, B29 Meiji Taisho tanka shiryo taisei, E102 Meiji Taisho zaisei shoran, L131 Meiji Taisho zaiseishi, L137 Meiji Tokyo fuzokugo jiten, M153 Meiji zaiseishi, L136 Meiji zenki fukenkai guin meibo, K77 Meiji zenki gakujutsu zasshi ronbun kiji soran, A59 Meiji zenki shisoshi bunken, F150 Meiji zenki shomoku shusei, A24 Meiji zenki zaisei keizai shiryo shusei, L54 Meiji zen shosetsu gikyoku taikan, E136 Meijiki kanko tosho mokuroku, A23 Meikai Nihongo akusento jiten, D97 Mikan chusei shosetsu kaidai, E133 Mikkyo daijiten, B93 Mikkyo shoseki mokuroku, B71

Page  203 203 Minkan tokei chosa shiryo ichiran, J19 Minryoku, L76 Minzokugaku jiten, M132 Minzokugaku kankei zasshi ronbun somokuroku, M125 Mishima Yukio jiten, E189 Modern Japanese Literature in Western Translations, E18 Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary, D13 Mohan Bukkyo jiten, B85 Monbusho Ishin Shiryo Hensan Jimukyoku shozo tosho mokuroku, F138 Monogatari soshi mokuroku, E132 Monogatari waka sakuin ko, E89 Monogatari waka soran, E88 Monoshiri jiten, A97 Monsho, G91 Monsho daishusei, G92 Mori Ogai hikkei, E56f, E190 Mukei bunkazai, minzoku bunkazai yoran, C55 Murasaki Shikibu nikki yogo sakuin, E149 Museum or Tokyo Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan bijutsushi, C6 Mutsu Munemitsu kankei bunsho mokuroku, D5d Myoho Rengekyo sakuin, B123 N NHK yoji yogo jiten, D88 Naigai shakai undoshi nenpu, M28 Naikaku seido shichijunen shi, K59 Nankun jiten (Inoue), G30 Nankun jiten (Nakayama), G29 Nanori jiten, G27 Nanto judaiji okagami, C72 Nara ibun, F117 Nara rokudaiji taikan, C75 Natsume Soseki, E191 Natsume Soseki hikkei, E56e, E193 Natsume Soseki jiten, E192 Nengo yomikata kosho ko, F12 Nenju gyoji jiten, M161 Nenju gyoji to kyodo geino, M163 Nenju gyoji zusetsu, M162 Nenpyo gikai seijishi, K20 New Religions of Japan: A Bibliography of Western Language Materials. Nichi-O bunka kosho bunken mokuroku, B141 Nichi-O koshoshi bunken mokuroku, B140 Nichirenshu nenpyo, B112 Nichirenshu shugaku shojo mokuroku, B73 Nichirenshu zensho, B138 Nitchu kankei kihon shiryoshu, K48 Nihon bijutsu benran, Cll Nihon bijutsu jiten, C8 Nihon bijutsu nenkan, C22 Nihon bijutsu taikei, C25 Nihon bijutsu 7enshu, C30 Nihon bijutsu nenpyo, C12 Nihon bijutsushi nenpyo (Minamoto), C13 Nihon boeki seiran, L196 Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon boeki tokei, L199 bukka jinmei jisho, B119 bungaku arubamu, E71 bungaku daijiten, E31 bungaku hikkei shirisu, E56 bungaku jiten, E32 bungaku kansho jitl bungaku kenkyu bun bungaku kenkyu hik bungaku kenkyuho, bungaku kenkyu nyui bungaku kenkyu nyui bungaku kenkyu shi bungaku koza, E8 bungaku nenpyo (Ic bungaku nenpyo, E6 bungaku nyumon, E5 bungaku sakuin jinm bungaku shoshi, E9 en, E30, E42 ken yoran, E6 kei, E54 E50 mon, E52 mon (Naruse), E53 ryo sosho, E202 hiko), E67 0 1 mei jiten, E69 bungaiusha nenpyo, E70 bungakushi hyoran, E61 bungakushi jiten, E29 bungakushi zukan, E80 bunkajin jiten, G20 bunkashi jiten, F34 bunken chizu chimei soran, H40 bunpo daijiten, D85 bunpo jiten, E86 byobue shusei, C31 chiho shishi mokuroku sakuin, F188 chiho shishi mokuroku soran, F189 chimei daijiten (Asakura shoten), H13 chimei daijiten (Nihon shobo), Hll chimei hatsuon jiten, H14 chimei jiten, H12 chiri fuzoku taikei, H46 chizucho, H33 chizucho chimei sakuin, H17 chizu sakuseishi, H29 chizushi, H28 chokoku zuroku, C60 chokukushi kiso shiryo shusei, C61 daijiten: Gensen, D34 densetsu meii, M178 densetsu sosho, M180 densho doyo shusei, C188 eiga bunkeshi, C223 emaki taise, C98 engaki jiten, C196 engeki kenkyu shomoku kaidai, C190 fujin mondai shiryoshusei, Mill fukushokushi jiten, M155 fukusoshi zusetsu, M174 fuzoku shashin taikan, M170 gaiko bunsho, K43, K44 gaiko nenpyo narabini shuyo bunsho, K47 (gaikoku) boeki nenpyo, L195 gaikoshi kankei bunken mokuroku, K41 gairaigo jiten, D83 gaka jiten, C80 geki eiga sakuin mokuroku, C225 gendaishi jiten, E128 gengo chizu, Dll gensei, A91 genshi bijutsu, C29

Page  204 204 Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon hakushi roku, G50 hanga bijutsu zenshu, C105 hogen chizu, D107 hyakka nenpyo, F51 hyojun sangyo bunrui, L180 hyojun shokugyo bunrui, M60 itsuwa daijiten, G22 jinbutsu bunken mokuroku, G2 jinbutsu jiten, G21 jinjikoshin soran, G34 jinjiroku, G41 jokaku jiten, C114 jokaku zenshu, C126 jokunsha meikan, G52 jososhi, M175 kagaku taikei, EIOI kaido soran, H44 kaishashi soran, L163 kaizuka chimeihyo, F98 kankai meikan, K55 kankei kaigai shiryo mokuroku, F27 kao taikan, C148, G8 Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon kodai jinmei jiten, G12 kofun shiryo soran, F89 kogo daijiten, D66 ko-kenchiku saibu goi, C118 kokkai nenkan, K16 kokogaku jiten, F94 kokogaku nenpo, F96 kokogaku zukan, F103 kokugo daijiten, D38 kokuho zenshu, L53 kokusei chizucho, H34 kokusei jiten, K12 kokusei zue, J49 komonjogaku teiyo, F72 koten bungaku taikei, E21 koten bungaku taikei sosakuin, E22 koten bungaku zenshu, E20 koto meikanshu, C157 meigaka den, C82 meiso jiten, B121 min'yo taikan, C186 min'yo zenshu, C187 minzoku chizu, M141 kayo shusei, E126 keifu soran, G71 keizaigaku zasshi soran, L1O keizai jiten, L17 keizai keiei shi nenpyo, L39 keizai koten soran, L36 keizai nenkan, L64 keizai nenpo, L65 keizai shigaku nyumon, L36a keizai sosho, L44 keizai taiten, L45 keizai tensekiko, L35 keizai tokei sokan, L71 keizai tokeishu, L73 keizaishi bunken, L32 keizaishi jiten, L37 Keizaishi Kenkyujo zosho mokuroku, L34 kenbetsu chishi mokuroku, F191 kenchiku jii, C117 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil hon minzoku densetsu zenshu, M181 -on minzokugaku jiten, M137 inn minzokugaku jiten, Hoi, 1138 hon minzokugaku no chosa hoho, bunken mokuroku, sosakuin, M129 hnn minzokugaku no kaiko to tenbo, M127 hon minzoku geino jiten, M136 ion minzoku jiten, 1131 ion minzoku shiryo jiten, 1135 hnn minzoku zuroku, 1143 inn monshogaku, G90 hon mukashibanashi meii, M179 ion mukashibanashi shusei, M182 Nihon nangashi, C86 Nihon nengo taikan, P13 Nihon ni okeru rekishigaku no hattatsu to genjo, F2 Nihon kenchikushi kiso shiryo shusei,C122 Nihon kenchikushi zuroku, C123 Nihon kigyo yoran, L152 Nihon kiko bungaku benran, E16 Nihon kikozu, H38 Nihon Kindai Bungakkan shozo zasshi mokuroku ko, ElO Nihon kindai bungaku daijiten, E47 Nihon kindai bungaku kiko, H51 Nihon kindai bungaku nenpyo, E64 Nihon kindai bungaku taikei, E23 Nihon kindai bungaku zuroku, E81 Nihon kindai gaka zaisei nenpyo, C78 Nihon kindaishi jiten, P154 Nihon kin-gendaishi jiten, F153 Nihon kinseishi kenkyu nyumon, F125 Nihon kin'yu meikan, L115 Nihon kin'yu nenpyo, L117 Nihon kin'yushi shiryo, L121, L122 Nihon Kirisutokyo bunken mokuroku, B143 Nihon Kirisutokyodan nenkan, B157 Nihon Kirisutokyoshi kankei wakansho moku B146 Nihon kodai iseki no kenkyu, F99 roku, Nihon ni okeru shihon shugi no hattatsu nenpyo, L40 Nihon no chokoku, C58 Nihon no gakki, C183 Nihon no ginko: sono hito to soshiki, I Nihon no hogen kukaku, D99 Nihon no keizai tokei, L79 Nihon no kokufu kozo, L82 Nihon no komonjo, F73 Nihon no kunsho, G94 Nihon no kunsho: kuni no hyoshoseido, ( Nihon no matsuri, M166 Nihon no meiga, C92 Nihon no meisan jiten, L143 Nihon no minka, C125 Nihonno minwa, M184 Nihon no mukashibanashi, M183 Nihon no nenju gyoji, 4159 Nihon no rekishi, F46 Nihon no rekishi —jinbutsu tanbo, G26 Nihon no sanko tosho, A2 Nihon no senkyo, K39 Nihon no setsuwa, E139 Nihon no shiso, B8 Nihon no shozo, G85b L116;95

Page  205 205 Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon Nihon no teien geijutsu, C131 no tera, C73 no tokei, J47 no toshokan, A12 no yakimono, C161 no yashiro, C127 nomin kenchiku, C124 nomin undo shiryo shusei, M105 rekijitsu genten, F8 rekishi chiri handobukku, F44 rekishi chizu, F61, F62 rekishi daijiten, F30 rekishi jinmei jiten, G16 rekishi jiten, F35 rekishi nenpyo, F47 Nihon rekishi nenpyoshi, F45 Nihon retto no chiiki kozo zushu, H37 Nihon rinseishi shiryo, L49 Nihon rodo nenkan, M61 Nihon rodo undo shakai undo kenkyushi, M21 Nihon rodo undo shiryo, M27 Nihon rodo undoshi nenpyo, M33 Nihon rodo undoshi, shakai undoshi nenpyo, M29 Nihon ruigo daijiten, D50 Nihon sairel gyoji jiten, M164 Nihon sairel gyoji shusei, M165 Nihon sangyo shinri kankei bunken mokuroku, M47 Nihon seido jidai chimeihyo, FION Nihon seijigaku bunken mokuroku, KI Nihon seiji hyakunenshi, F170 Nihon sekibutsu jiten, C66 Nihon sekki jidai sogo bunken mokuroku, F90 Nihon senryo bunken mokuroku, F178 Nihon setsuwa bungaku sakuin, E137 Nihon shaji taikan, B48 Nihon shaji taikan: jiin henj B115 Nihon shakai hosho daihyakka, M87 Nihon shakai jigyo dainenpyo, M92 Nihon shakai keizai hennenshi, J14 Nihon shakai keizaishi yogo jiten, J13 Nihon shakai minzoku jiten, M134 Nihon shakai rodo undoka denki mokuroku, M22 Nihon shakai shugi bunken, M19 Nihon shakai shugi bunken kaisetsu, M20 Nihon shakai undo shiryo, M24 Nihon shakai undoshi nenpyo, M30 Nihon shashi zenshu, L166 Nihon shigaku nyumon, F38 Nihon shigakushi, F5 Nihon shihon shugi hattatsushi nenpyo, L41 Nihon shikimei taikan, CHlO Nihon shikisai jiten, C109 Nihon shinbun zasshi benran, A53 Nihon shinshiroku, G35 Nihon shinyo shinshiroku, G36 Nihon shiseki kyokai sosho, F83 Nihon shiseki nenpyo, F23 Nihon shiso taikei, B9 Nihon shiso toso shiryo, B13 Nihon shisoshi no kiso chishiki, B6 Nihon shoga kotto daijiten, C9 Nihon shogyo nenkan, L141 Nihon shoki sosakuin: Kanji goi hen, F112 Nihon shokuinroku, G53 Nihon shomin bunka shiryo shusei, C192 Nihon shomin seikatsu shiryo shusei, M157 Nihon shoseki somokuroku, A39 Nihon shoshi no shoshi, A15 Nihon shozoga zuroku, G85a Nihon shukyo seido shiryo ruijuko, B27 Nihon shuppan hyakunenshi nenpyo, A41 Nihon shuppan nenkan, A33 Nihon shuyo tokei shiryo kaidai: Sengo no tokei, J30 Nihon sogo tosho mokuroku, A34 Nihon teienshi taikei, C130 Nihon Teikoku tokei tekiyo, J44 Nihon Teikoku tokei zensho, J50 Nihon Tendai shuten mokuroku, B69 Nihon Tendaishu nenpyo, B108 Nihon tetsugaku shiso zensho, B12 Nihon to-do-fu-ken chizu sokan, H35 Nihon toji soran, C156 Nihon tokei geppo: Shiryo kaisetsu hen, J31 Nihon tokei nenkan, J43 Nihon tokei sakuin (Kawashima kenkyujo), J42 Nihon tokei sakuin (Senmon Toshokan kyogikai), J40 Nihon toshi chizu yoran, H42 Nihon toshi nenkan, J53 Nihon Toyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku, Cl Nihon zaisei keizai shiryo, L50 Nihon Zenshu nenpyo, Bill Nihon zuihitsu sakuin, A94 Nihon zuihitsu taisei,!92 Nihon zuihitsu zenshu, A93 Nihon zushi taikei, H36 Nihongo hasso jiten, D91 Nihongo hatsuon akusento jiten, D95 Nihonjin no kokuminsei, M15 Nihonshi bunken nenkan, F184 Nihonshi handobukku, F43 Nihonshi jinmel jiten, G18 Nihonshi jiten, F33 Nihonshi kenkyu jiten, F40 Nihonshi kenkyu nyumon, F37 Nihonshi kenkyusho soran, F18 Nihonshi nenpyo, F49 Ningen kokuho shiriizu, C54 Nisshu nenpyo, B113 Nogaku goi, C203 Nogaku kansho jiten, C202 Nogaku yokyoku daijiten, C201 Nogyo kyodo kumiai nenkan, M108 Nogyo sensasu, L189 Nohon shuho, A36 Noka keizai chosa hokoku, L190

Page  206 206 Nomin undo kankei bunken mokuroku ko, M104 Norinsho ruinen tokeihyo, L191 Norito jiten, B41 Noson fujin mondai mokuroku, M112 Nyonin waka taikei, E103 0 Obunsha kogo jiten, D63 Ochikubo monogatari sosakuin, E169 Okinawago jiten, D106 Oku no hosomichi sosakuin, E180 Okurasho nenpo, L126 On'eiroku. Naizetsuroku, G80 Ongaku bunka shiryo tenrankai mokuroku, C168 Ongaku jiten (Heibonsha), C170 Ongaku jiten (Koizumi), C172 Ongaku jiten (Nihon Joho Senta), C174 Ongaku nenkan, C182 Oroshiuri bukka, kogyo seihin seisansha bukka, seizogyo bumonbetsu bukka shisu nenpo, L171 Oroshiuri bukka shisu, L173 Oroshiuri bukka shisu nenpo, L172 Osaka Furitsu Toshokan zo shibai banzuke mokuroku, C200 Osakafu kokyo toshokan kyodo shiryo, F191d Osaka kankei shiryo mokuroku, F191e Otaru Shoka Daigaku shozo Nihon tokei shiryo somokuroku, J21 P,9 Pageant of Japanese Art, C26 Poet-Painters: Buson and his Followers, C87 Quantitative Japanese Economic History, L7 R Rakugo jiten (Imamura), C221 Rakugo jiten (Todai Rakugo kai), C222 Recent Trends in Japanese Historiography. Bibliographical Essays, F2c Refarensu bunken yomoku, J7 Rekidai kenkanroku, K64 Rekishigaku nenpo, F19 Rekishigaku no seika to kadai, F19a Renga haikaisho mokuroku, Elll Renga hoshiki koyo, E106 Renga no shiteki kenkyu, E105 Research in Japanese Sources, Al Rigen daijiten, D43 Rigen shuran, D41 Rikkokushi, F110, FllOa Rikkokushi jingi sakuin, B52 Rikkokushi sakuin, Fill Robert's Guide to Japanese Museums, C42 Rodo gyosei yoran, M55 Rodo hakusho, M64 Rodo jiten, M49 Rodo kagaku jiten, M51 Rodo kankei sanko tosho yunion katarogu, M46 Rodo kankei shoshi no shoshi, M41 Rodo kankei tosho mokuroku, M43 Rodo kumiai jiten, M56 Rodo nenkan (Katsura Rodo Kankei Kenkyujo), M63 Rodo nenkan (Kyochokai), M62 Rodo nenpyo, M31 Rodo shijo nenpo, M68 Rodo soran, M54 Rodo tokei nenpo, M66 Rodo tokei yoran, M67 Rodo yogo jiten, M53 Rodosho Toshokan zosho mokuroku, M40 Romanized English-Japanese Dictionary, D20 Romanized Japanese-English Dictionary, D21 Romu nenkan, M65 Ronen kenkyu bunken mokuroku —shakai kagaku hen, M117 Roshi kankei hakusho: Nihongata keiei sanka no teisho, L104 Ruigo jiten, D51 Ruiju denki dai Nihonshi, G14 Ruiju kinsei fuzokushi, M149 Ruiju shoga rakkan impu, C10 S Saiji shuzoku goi, M139i Saikaku nenpu kosho, E182 Saikaku no shoshigakuteki kenkyu, E181 Saikin chirigaku bunken mokuroku, H4 Saishin Nihon bunken chizu, H41 Saishin Nihon rekishi nenpyo, F54 Saishin rodo kumiai yakuin meikan, M57 Saishin shi-cho-son azamei taikan, H20 Saishin zenkoku shi-cho-son meikan, H23 Sakka meikan gendai togei no tabi, C158 Sakoku jidai Nihonjin no kaigai chishiki, F134 Sanbyaku rokujugo nichi jiten, M160 Sangiin giin senkyo ichiran, K36 Sangiin kaigiroku, K29 Sangiin yoran, K22 Sangyo joho soran, Lll Sangyo kogai yogoshu, M100 Sangyo renkanhyo, L181 San'iku shuzoku goi, M139a Sanjoke bunsho mokuroku, K5i Sankei Nihon shinshi nenkan, G38 Sansei soran, F9 Sarashina nikki sosakuin, E150 Sassa Tomofusa kankei bunsho mokuroku, K5f Sayoku dantai jiten, M36 Sayoku katsudo, bunka jinmeikan, M38 Seiji handobukku, K18 Seiji nenkan, K10 Seijigaku jiten, K9 Seishi kakei daijiten, G62 Seishonen hakusho, M115 Seishonen mondai ni kansuru bunken mokuroku, Ml14

Page  207 207 Seishonen mondai shojiten, 14116 Seizanso seisho, C41 Sekal daihyakka jiten, A83 Sekai rekishi jiten, F26 Sekai toji zenshu, C163 Select List of Books on Tokyo, Fl9la Sengo junen no kakei, M80 Sengo Nihon keizai bunken mokuroku, L12 Sengo Nihon keizai seisaku shi nenpyo, L43 Sengo Nihon rodo to-kei shoshi, 1445a Sengo Nihon shihon shugi nenpyo, L42 Sengo Nihon shiso taikei, B9 Sengo Nihon zasshi soran: shakai kagaku no bu, J4 Sengo rodo kankei bunken mokuroku, M44 Sengo rodo keizaishi, 1472 Sengo rodo sogi jittai chosa, 1448 Sengo sakka no rireki, E79 Sengo sesoshi jiten, F183 Sengo shingeki gikyoku jiten, C219 Sengo shiryo: Nichi-Bei kankei, K50 Sengo shiryo: Ni-Chu kankei, K49 Sengo zasshi mokuji soran, J6 Sengoku buke jiten, F122 Sengoku bushi jiten-Buke senjin saho shusei, F123 Sengoku jinmei jiten, G13 Senken meika betsugo jiten, G31 Senkyo nenkan, K32 Senkyo, taikan, K38 Senkyo yogo jiten, K31 Senmon joho kikan Soran, A13 Senryu daijiten, E121 Setsuwa bungaku hikkei, E138 Setsuwa bungaku jiten, E140 Setsuyoshu, A76 Shakai chosa handobukku, 1413 Shakai fukushi gyosei gyomu hokoku, M88a Shakai fukushi jigyo jiten, 1495 Shakai fukushi jiten, 1495 Shakai fukushi shisetsu chosa hokoku, M88b Shakai fukushi tokei nenpo, 1488 Shakai hosho jiten, M86 Shakai hosho nenkan, 1494 Shakai hosho tokei nenpo, M88c Shakai jigyo nenkan, 1493 Shakai kagaku bunken kaidai, J3 Shakai kagaku bunken kaisetsu, J2 Shakai kagaku daijiten, J10 Shakai kagaku yogo jiten, J11 Shakaigaku jiten, 148 Shakaigaku kenkyu bunken yoran, Ml Shakaigaku kenkyu nyumon, 1412 Shakaigaku yogo jiten, 1411 Shashi keizai dantai shi mokuroku, L162 Shashi, rodo kumiaishi, jitsugyoka denki mokuroku, L13 Shashin de miru sengo, Nihon, F174 Shashin kosei Showa no onna, senso, to heiwa no 40nen: 1926-65, 14113 Shashin sakkaden sosho, E72 Shashin zusetsu Nihon hyakunen no kiroku, F172 Shashinshu Nihon Kyosanto, no hanseiki, 1439 Shi-cho-son oaza yomikata meii, H25 Shigaku bunken mokuroku, 1946-50, F22 Shikashu denpon shomoku, E87 Shikashu taisei,, E94 Shikimei daijiten, Gill Shimazaki Toson hikkei, E56a, E194 Shimazaki Toson jiten, E196 Shin Bukkyo jiten, B86 Shin Butten kaidai jiten, B60 Shin Gunsho ruiju, A69, E134 Shin Jodoshu jiten, B92 Shin kan-wa chujiten, D33 Shin Keiei yogo jiten, L102 Shin kokudo kaihatsu nenkan, L183 Shin meikai kogo jiten, D60 Shin Nihon bunken chizu, H39 Shin Nihon jinbutsu taikei, G15 Shin Nihon keizai chizu, L31 Shin Nihon zuroku, F68 Shin Nihonshi nenpyo, F52 Shin ongaku jiten. Gakugo, C173 Shinbi seihyo, J45 Shinbun shusei Meiji hennenshi, F163 Shinbun shusei Showa hennenshi, F165 Shinbun shusei Taisho hennenshil, F164 Shingeki benran, C220 Shingonshu nenpyo, B109 Shingonshu zensho, B130 (Shinhan) Tokei shojiten, J37 Shinj ikan, D3Oa Shinko gunsho ruiju, A67 Shinkyu taisho saishin zenkoku shi-cho-son meikan, H22 Shinpen Jinmei jiten, G19 Shinpen Nihonshi nenpyo, F50 Shinsan Zenseki mokuroku, B72 Shinsen Shinshu Shinshu shosai shinmei soran, B43 daijiten, B96 gokaido saiken, H43 Shinshu jiten, B95 Shinshu Nihon emakimono zenshu, C97 Shinshu ruigo yorei jiten, D54 Shinshu seiten zensho, B131 Shinshu sosho, B132 Shinshu taikei, B133 Shinshu zensho,, B134 Shintei Kansei choshu shokafu, G69 Shinten sakuin, B53 Shinto bunken gaisetsu, B34 Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinto Shinwa Shiryo Shiryo Shiryo Shiry o Shiryo Shiryo Shiryo bunrui somokuroku, B30 daijiten, B36 jinmei jiten, B50 jiten, B38 myomoku ruijusho, B39 ronbun somokuroku, B32 shoseki kaisetsu mokuroku, B35 shoseki mokuroku, B28 sosho, B56 densetsu jiten, 14176 kokubun zuroku, E82 Meiji hyakunen, F167 Nihon shakai undo shisoshi, 1423 oyatoi gaikokuj in, G61 rodo undoshi, 1426 sengo nijunenshi, J17 soran,, F78

Page  208 208 Shiryo taisei, F115 Shiryokan shozo minzoku shiryo zuhan makuraku, M142 Shiryokan shozo shiryo mokuroku, F28 Shiseki shuran, F84 Shiseki zassan, F86 Shiso no kagaku jiten, B5 Shitei bunkazai soga mokuroku, G44 Shitei tokei chosa yoga teigishu, J36 Shitei tokei, chosei hokoku, todokeide tokei ichiran, J33 Sho shukyo jiten, B22 Sho to kiroku no jinmei jiten, G44 Shobo genzo yoga sakuin, B124 Shodal senryu senkushu, E123 Shodo daijiten, C136 Shodo geijutsu, C149 Shodo jiten (Iijima), C132 Shodo jiten (Nigensha), C133 Shodo rokutai daijiten, C137 Shodo zenshu, C150 Shoen mokuroku, F119 Shoen shiryo, F120 Sho-en, C138 Shogyo tokeihyo, L167 Shohekiga zenshu, C90 Shahin daijiten, L142 Shokai Kan-wa daijiten, D30 Shakai Tsurezuregusa jiten, E174 Shake chifu sekki, zoha, G64 Shakeden, G65 Shaken kankei shuyo zasshi kiji sakuin, L107 Shakei yoga jiten, L113 Shakasho takeihyo, L168 Shoku Nihongi sakuin, F114 Shakugya handobukku, M59 Shakugyo shajiten, M58 Shakuinraku, K56 -Shasal Nihan bijutsu nenpya, C14 Shasal shinmel jiten, B44 Shaseki nenkan,, A32 Shasetsu butsuza no machimana to shosoku, C71 Shashi Kobayashi Hideo, E188 Shasoin gyahutsu zuraku, C39 Shasoin hamatsu, C32 Shosain hamotsu senshaku, C33 Shosain no gakki, C36 Shasain no garasu, C35 Shasain na kaiga, C37 Shasain na shikko, C38 Shasoin na shoseki, C34 Shawa genzan Tendai shaseki saga makuraku, B70 Shawa haba samakuraku, B63 Shawa Nihanshi, F176 Shawa sangyashi, L56 Showa zaiseishi, L138 Shawa zaiseishi: shusen kara kawa made, L139 Shoyo shoshi, E198 Shoza senshu, G84 Shugiin giin ryakureki, K35 Shugiin guin senkya na jisseki, K34 Shugiin giji sokkiroku, K26 Shugiin kaigiroku, K27 Shugiin meikan, K40 Shugiin sosenkya ichiran, K33 Shugiin yaran, K23 Shugya kazo kihon chasa hakoku, M69 Shukyo jiten, B23 Shukya nenkan, B25 Shukyogaku jiten, B24 Shuppan nenkan, A29, A30, A31, A37 Shuppan nyusu, A38 Shusen shiraku, F180 Shuyo kigya keiei bunseki, L103 Shuzeikyoku takei nenposha, L129 Slavar' Iapanskikh linen i familii, G59 Saga chihoshi dainenpyo, F202 Saga hennen kindai bungaku jiten, E63 Saga kakushi kenkyu, F16 Saga kokushi kenkyu yaran, F42 Saga kakushi ronbum yamoku, F21 Saga Nihan gikyaku jiten, G194 Saga Nihon minzoku gal, M140 Sanpi bunmyaku, G63 Scan yoga jiten, M102 Sorifu Tokeikyaku hachijunen shika, J54 Sorifu Takeikyoku hyakunenshi shiryo shusei, J39 Sorifu Takeikyaku kanko shirya somakuraku, J32 Sorifu Takeikyaku Tashokan zasha makuraku: washo no hu,, J18 Sasho daijiten, C141 Saso shuzaku gai, Ml39c Sotoshu zensho, B136 Suihaku bijutsu taikei, C93 Suijinroku, L135 Sukiya zukai jiten, C116 T Taigai kashashi bunken makuraku. Kinsei hen, F152 Taiheiki jinmei sakuin, E170 Taiheiya senshi bunken kaidai, F177 Taiheiyo sensa ena michi, F182 Taikei keieigaku jiten, L100 Taikei keizaigaku jiten, L21 Taikei kin'yu jiten, L110 Taishi kaikaroku, F160 Taisho jinbutsu itsuwa jiten, G25 Taisha kakacha: bukko jinmei jiten, Gil Taishu bungaku jiten, E28 Taishu bungaku taikei, E25 Taishu jinjiroku, G39 Taketari manogatari sosakuin, E171 Tanizaki Junichiro sensei chosha somakuroku, E197 Teihan Nihon shoki: jiten, sakuin, F113 Teihan shade zenshu, C151 Teikoku chimei jiten, H8 Teikoku Toshokan Kokuritsu Toshokan wa-kan tosho bunrui mokuroku, A46 Teikoku Toshokan wa-kan tosho shomei mokuraku, A44 Tekko tokei nenpo, L188

Page  209 209 Tendaishu zensho, B129 Tenrikyo jiten, B57 Terauchi Masatake kankei bunsho mokuroku, K5h Tetsugaku jiten, B3 Tetsugaku yogo jiten, B4 Through Closed Doors: Western Influences on Japanese Art, 1639-1853, C88 Toa senkaku shishi kiden, F159 To-do-lu-ken gikai teiyo, K76 To-do-fu-ken tokei kankobutsu mokuroku, J23 To-do-fu-ken Tokeisho mokuroku, J24 Toji yogo jiten, C155 Tokei chosa gaido bukku, J35 Tokei joho sosakuin, J41 Tokei shiryo kaidai, J28 Tokei shojiten, J37 Tokei yogo jiten, J38 Toki daijiten, C152 Toki no kotoba jiten, D74 Toki zenshu, C162 Toki zuroku, C164 Tokubetsu shiseki meisho tennen kinenbutsu zuroku, F69 Tokugawa Bakufu daimyo hatamoto yakushoku bukan, G81 Tokugawa jidai shogyo sosho, L47 Tokugawa jidai shuppansha shuppanbutsu shuran, A20 Tokugawa rizal kaiyo, L51 Tokyo bungaku chimei jiten, E48 Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo hensanjo tosho mokuroku, F25 Tokyo Ginko Kyokai soritsu 90 shunen kinen kikanshi kiji sakuin, L109 Tokyo Shosekisho Kumiai tosho somokuroku, A27 Tokyo Toritsu chuo toshokan zo gasshu shusai hon'yaku bungaku sakuin, E19 Tosa nikki sosakuin, E151 Toshi kenkyu bunken mokuroku, M5 Toshi mondai jiten, M1O Toshi shakaigakuni kansuru bunken sogo mokuroku, M4 Tosho mokuroku: shukyo bumon, B20 Tosho shiryo mokuroku: washo, M42 Toson shoshi, E195 Totenko, A49 Toyo bijutsu bunken mokuroku, C2 Toyo gadai soran, C77 Toyo gaku goi, C176 Toyo Keizai kabushiki kaisha nenkan, L179 Toyo Keizai kaisha jinjiroku, L153. Tsukai meika jiten, E92 Tsurezuregusa jiten, E173 Tsurezuregusa sosakuin, E175 Tsusho hakusho, L193 Tsusho joyaku kankei Nihon gaiko bunsho, K46 Tsusho sangyo tokei yoran, Tsutsumi Chunagon monogatari sosakuin, E172 Tsuzoku keizai bunko, L46 U Uchimura Kanzo kenkyu bunken mokuroku, B149 Ukiyoe, C104 Ukiyoe bunken mokuroku, C99 Ukiyoe hanga, C107 Ukiyoe jinmei jiten, CIOl Ukiyoe jiten, C102 Ukiyoe no kiso chishiki, C103 Ukiyoe zenshu, C106 Ukiyoeshi den, ClOO Uyoku Minzoku jiten, M34 w Wa-el hon'yaku handobukku, D26 Waga gaiko no kinkyo, K42 Waka bungaku daijiten, E90 Waka kansho jiten, E91 Wa-Kan sansai zue, A77 Wamyo ruijushu, A74 Wataya Bunko renga haikaisho mokuroku, E110 Wazasshi mokuroku, A50 White Paper on National Income, L61 Who's Who Among Japanese Artists, C16 Who's Who Among Japanese Writers, E77 Y Yakimono kama jiten, C154 Yanagita Bunko zosho mokuroku, M130 Yayoi jidai bunken kaidai, F91 Yayoishiki doki shusei, F105 Yojin Nihon tanken nenpyo, F133 Yoka handobukku, M85 Yokyoku taikan, C204 Yokyokushu, C206 Yomiuri nenkan, A90 Yomiuri saishin gendai yogo jiten, D77 Yoron chosa nenkan, M14 Yosano Akiko shoshi, E199 Yosano Akiko zen kashu sosakuin, E200 Yoshida Bunko Shintosho mokuroku, B31 Yubin bango bo, H27 Yushutsunyu shisu nenpo, L170 Yusoku kojitsu zukan, F70 z Zaigai Zaikai Zaikai Zaisei Zaisei Zaisei Zaisei Zaisei hiho, C91 kakeifu, G74 kakeifu taikan, G72 kaikei jiten, L123 keizai nijugonen shi, L55 keizai tokei nenpo, L81 keizai tokei yoran, L128 tokei, L127

Page  210 210 Zappaigo jiten, E118 Zasshi kiji sakuin: Jinbun shakai hen Zasshi kiji sakuin: Ruiseki sakuin ban, A57 Zasshi kiji sakuin: Sosakuin, A58 Zasshi kiji sakuin: Jinbun shakai kagaku hen, A56 Zasshi somokuji sakuin shuran, A60 Zeami juroku-bu shu hyoshaku, C205 Zeiho yogo shojiten, L125 Zeimu yogo jiten, L124 Zen Nihon shinshiroku, G40 Zen Nihon shuppanbutsu somokuroku, A35 Zengaku daijiten, B97 Zengaku jiten, B99 Zengo 4ii, BlOG Zenkoku akusento jiten, D96 Zenkoku bijutsukan meguri, C43 Zenkoku chihoshi bunken mokuroku ko, F190 Zenkoku chimei sakuin, HI18 Zenkoku hogen jiten, DQOO Zenkoku iseki chizu, F63 Zenkoku jiin meikan, B116 Zenkoku kokyo toshokan chikuji kankobutsu sogo mokuroku, A52 Zenkoku ryoko annai, H49 Zenkoku shi-cho-son yoran, H21 Zenkoku shuyo shinshoku meiho, B51 Zenkoku to-do-f u-ken shi-cho-son betsu menseki cho, H19 Zenkoku tokushu korekushon yoran, A48 Zenshu jiten, B98 Zenshu sosho saimoku soran, A17 Zoku gunsho ruiju, A65 Zoku kaiji shiryo sosho, L198 Zoku koji kotowaza jiten, D48 Zoku Nihon no chokoku, C59 Zokusei goi, M139m Zoku shiryo taisei, F116 Zoku shiseki shuran, F85 Zoku zoku gunsho ruiju, A66 Zu de miru chusho kigyo hakusho, L148 Zuihitsu jiten, A95 Zukai iroha biki hyojun monsho, G93 Zukai kokogaku jiten, F93 Zukai Nihon sayoku seiryoku shiryo shusei, M37 Zukai sekal gakki daijiten, C184 Zuroku Nihon no kahei, L105 Zuroku Nihon no minzoku geino, M144 Zusetsu haiku daisaijiki, E120 Zusetsu kokumin no rekishi, F175 Zusetsu Nihon hijutsushi, C27 Zusetsu Nihon hunkashi taikei, F65 Zusetsu Nihon fuzokushi, M169 Zusetsu Nihon kokudo taikei, H47 Zusetsu Nihon no rekishi,, F66 Zusetsu Nihon shomin seikatsushi, M168 Zushoryo tenseki kaidai, F24