Meijiki Kanko Tosho
Collection of Meiji era publications on microfilm
Original: Possessed by the National Diet Library
Publication year: 1991
Compilation/Editorial supervision: Takeshi Umehara(Director, International Research Center for Japanese Studies), Kenichi Fukui(Director, the Fukui Institute for Fundamental Chemistry, Kyoto University]), Jun-ichi Kyogoku(President, Tokyo Woman's Christian University)
16 mm, 15,536 reels
Index: Search guide by field (contains abridged bibliographical data)
A project undertaken to put on microfilm around 110,000 titles in 160,000 books from the Meiji era, housed in the National Diet Library. Equivalent to about 70 percent of all titles published in the Meiji era, the collection covers the disciplines of anthropology, sociology, nature, science and technology, and medical science. Huge interest has been expressed both within Japan and from overseas in this publication of a full, definitive set of resources on the Meiji years, a fertile era offering an inexhaustible supply of study topics.