UHM Japan Collection Home
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Library Guides (Libguides) to Japanese & Okinawan research
Introducation to Okinawan Studies
Provides resources to start research on Ryukyu/Okinawa
DVD title index of the Uchinanchu Worldwide TV series
See each episode title of the 206 Uchinanchu Worldwide TV programs
Japan Studies E-Resources
List of e-resources relevant to Japan studies and useful hints for successful ILL/DD
This Library Guide has been developed to support your research on Japan at the UHM Library. Sources with "UHM Only" notation means that you need to log in the UHM Library system with your ID and Password to use the sources. Hope you will find the information of a wide range of resources on Japan helpful.
Free trial access to Fuzoku Gaho 風俗画報 from May 9-June 8
Click on "Enter" you can search keyword for images and articles. Also the Library holds the different edition in print.
The full papers, PowerPoint files, and videos of the Symposium, Interpreting Parades and Processions of Edo Japan are now available: http://guides.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/edoparades/symposium_papers
The Center for Japanese Studies' News & Events.
Where is your collection located?
The general materials are integrated into the East (Japanese language) and Asia (English & other western languages) Collections of Hamilton Library on the 3rd and 4th floors. Hamilton Library's floor plans are available here.
Please use the Hawaii Voyager Online Catalog to identify the resources you need.
I heard about your special collections. What are they? How can I access?
The Japan Collection holds the following special collections housed in the Asia Special Collections room. All the items are not circulating. The Japan Collection staff retrieves materials prior to your visit. Please read the access policy to make an appointment in advance.
Hawaii Japanese Language School Textbooks Collection ハワイ日本語学校教科書コレクション: over 600 Japanese language school textbooks used in Hawaii
Hawaii Karate Museum Collection 布哇空手博物館コレクション: over 200 materials on Karate and martial arts collected by the Hawaii Karate Museum
John Roberts Clippings: clippings on a wide range of political and economic topics concerning Japan developed by a journalist
Kaizawa Kabuki Manuscripts English translations of famous Kabuki plays during the Allied Occupation period. As part of the US censorship on Japanese publishing and perfoming arts, all the Kakubi play manuscripts were translated into English for the censorship. Mr. Stanley Kaizawa, a Japanese American Nisei from Hawaii was a team member of the censorhip and translated from Japanese to English. All the manuscripts were digitaized.
Kajiyama Collection 梶山文庫: over 7,000 materials collected by the late novelist Toshiyuki Kajiyama 梶山季之
Oliver Statler Collection オリバー・スタットラーコレクション: Oliver Statler's archival materials
Sakamaki/Hawley Collection サカマキ・宝玲コレクション: over 2,000 items on Ryukyu and Okinawa collected by Shunzo Sakamaki and Frank Hawley
Satsuma Collection 薩摩コレクション: Nealy 800 photo copies and late Professor of Kagoshima University, Haraguchi Torao's 原口虎雄 (1914-1986) manuscrips of primary source materials on Satsuma/Shimazu domain. Prof. Haragushi's collections so called "Dokosanbo (童虎山房)" were donated to the Amami Museum in 2006.
Takazawa Collection 高沢文庫: over 50,000 books and archival materials on Japan's social movement collection by Koji Takazawa
Uchima Family Lineage Document 内間家系図（毛姓家譜) 18th century official family lineage document sealed by the Kindom of the Ryukyus.
When are you open?
General collection is open during the Library hours. http://library.manoa.hawaii.edu/about/hours.html
Special collections are open by appointment.