Trial to two new Japanese databases
September 29. Princeton users have access until October 28 to two new Japanese databases. Please send your comments to Setsuko Noguchi, email@example.com.
The two databases are:
Mita Bungaku Online
Access URL: http://j-dac.jp/mitabungaku
User Guide: http://j-dac.jp/MLM/usage.html
Mita Bungaku is tha e long-established literary magazine which has a history over 100 years. It contains articles by many prominent Japanese authors such as Mori Ōgai, Ueda Bin, Satō Haruo, Kubota Mantarō, Izumi Kyōka, Tanizaki Jun’ichirō. It also played a role as a gateway for young writers outside of the Keio association, such as Ibuse Masuji, Miwa Fumio, and Sakaguchi Ango.
Japanese Prefectural Statistics Online
Access URL: http://j-dac.jp/RISA
A comprehensive statistical resource on Japanese prefectures which covers 24 categories such as weather, population, agriculture, industry, and transportation for all regions between Meiji and post-war Showa.