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Selected information resources on Japanese Studies at University of Michigan
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at UM -- New titles in Japanese studies & other subjects

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Interlibrary Loan

Cinii - search Japanese institutions

Japan - Global Interlibrary Framework (GIF) - Instruction under Articles/Books pages, or ask Japanese studies librarian how to submit ILL request, should you not find any holidng in Worldcat.

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Japanese Romanization



This LibGuide provides links to resources from Japan for Japanese Studies. For English language resources in Japanese studies, please consult with each subject in Research LibGuides for databases specialized in subjects and subject librarians. For East Asia in general, check LibGuide for East Asian Studies.      

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New books and media in Japanese studies

New books in Japanese studies (updated two weeks)

New media titles (not cataloged) in Hiragana order

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Other media collection at Askwith Media Library, 2nd floor Shapiro Library

    Support for research at Asia Library on Japan

    Asia Library Travel Grant -- the Center for Japanese Studies offers grants to help defray the costs of travel, lodging, meals, and photo duplication for Japan scholars at other institutions who wish to utilize the collection at the University of Michigan Asia Library.  For details.


      Research methods / institutions


      Japanese Studies Research and Bibliographic method by Dr. Susanna Fessler & Anthony DeBlasi State University of New York at Albany.


      Directly of Japanese Studies in the US and Canada

      The Canon Institute for Global Studies



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