New content in JapanKnowledge 「東洋経済新報」 「週刊東洋経済」 明治28年11月ー昭和20年12月 ( The Oriental Economist, weekly. 1895-1945)
New content on trial in JapanKnowledge 平凡社「改訂新版 世界大百科事典」 2014
HOLLIS+ ID A discovery tool that allows you to search Books and Articles, images together, and more.
HOLLIS Classic Search using "phrase", call number, and non-Roman characters.
OASIS (Online Archival Search Information System) Finding aids for archival and manuscript collections.
VIA (Visual Information Access) A catalog to images owned by Harvard, does not include original characters.
A Selection of Web-Accessible Collections Including Yenching's Hedda Morrison photo collection.
Open Collections program Virtual collections of thematically linked material selected from numerous Harvard repositories.
Imaging Services Offers reproduction services of Harvard materials.
Japanese prints The library holds a few hundreds sheets of the 19th century wood block prints.
Joseph Berry Keanan Digital Collection Comprised of manuscript materials and photographs of the US prosecutor of the Japanese War Crimes Trial.
Harvard Library in video/publication
Disaster of 3.11.2011
Hinagiku Created by the National Diet Library, aims to be a central entry point for records on the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, and Fukushima nuclear accident on March 11, 2011 that have been recorded, collected, and archived by numerous organizations in Japan and worldwide.
Digital Archive of Japan's 2011 Disasters maintained by Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies
ＮＨＫ東日本大震災アーカイブス NHK archives its recordings on Tohoku Great Earthquake of 2011.
東北からの声 Voices from Tohoku Over 500 hours of interviews conducted by Sophia University students.
Save MLAK 博物館・美術館･図書館･文書館・公民館の震災被災・救援情報 Portal for Museum, Library, Archives, and Kominkan dealing with the aftermath of the Earthquake/Tsunami on March 11, 2011.
Japan, Social Movements after the Fukushima nuclear power plants crisis, March 11. 2011 Archived by National Library of Australia.
Teaching 3.11 syllabi collection Compiled by the institute of Comparative Culture, Sophia University.
Kumamoto earthquake April 2016 Created by Hidenori Watanabe