Dai Kan-Wa Jiten / 大漢和辞典 1955 version and 1989 version Good for looking up unusual, esoteric, & rare Kanji and Kanji phrases. Many phrases are from Chinese classics and poems. The new version was written in mordern Japanese.
Daikangorin / 大漢語林 21,000 main entries including many variations and Kanji originated in Japan. Many phrases are from Chinese classics and the Buddhist scriptures.
Kazoekata no Jiten / 数え方の辞典 Online version available through JapanKnowledge (UHM only) Contains words used to count things. Japanese has an incredible variety of words used to count objects. For example, the word sao is used to count chest-of-drawers （箪笥）, the word hara is used to count cod roe （鱈子）, the word hari is used to count mosquito nets （蚊帳）, and the term tomae is used to count storehouses （蔵）. This dictionary shows what counting words can be used for approximately 4,600 word