Library

◆Instructions for using HIJAS Archival Room

※デジタルライブラリ(国際日本学研究所・能楽研究所・沖縄文化研究所所有資料)は、
法政大学学術機関リポジトリに移行しました。

 

■Notice of downtime for all databases at the Research Center for International Japanese Studies (HIJAS)

All databases of the Hosei University Research Center for International Japanese Studies will be inaccessible from March 8, 2021 until further notice, due to updates to the database systems and the improvement of the database server security. We apologise for the inconvenience.

For inquiries regarding the ‘Japanese Buddhist Art in European Collections’ (JBAE) database, please feel free to contact the lead curator, Sarah Schmid, while the database is not accessible.
Please contact us at the address provided below.

◆HIJAS Archives on Japanese Classical Texts

◆The Nogami Memorial Noh Theatre Research Institute of Hosei University

◆Bibliographical Database on Northern Japanese History Research

◆Japanese Ruins/Relics/Holdovers Database (mainly Kōhokushi/Hokudaishiki Doki) [Provisional]

◆Bibliographical Database on Japanese Ancient History Research [Provisional]

◆Digital Database of Chinese Secular Manuscript Fragments from the Berlin Turfan Collection (BBAW) [In Progress]

◆日本学研究者データベース

◆Online Database: Japan Buddhist Art in Europe (JBAE)

In addition to archival materials stored at our institute in Tokyo, we also created an online database, “Japanese Buddhist Art in Europe (JBAE),” jointly operated with the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies at the University of Zurich. This project aims to comprehensively survey, collect and archive data on Japanese religious objects with a focus on Buddhism in European museum collections. By publishing relevant information in an open-access database, it seeks to provide a solid basis for further research, to facilitate the design of new exhibitions, and to promote the distribution of knowledge concerning Japanese religious culture and art. You can now find over 4,000 images and information on Japanese Buddhist art collected from over 50 museums in more than 20 European countries on the database.

  

▲JBAE Flyer 2017