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Here are books on learning violin published at the end of the Meiji era. #ndldigital https://t.co/M6aGcmnVff https://t.co/7ml5jQ6gkv
What can we look forward to as @NDLJP_en plans for the “digital shift” over the next few years?
Anna Pavlova's performances in Japan were held in 1922. Paburowa joshi roshia buyogeki bangumi, a beautiful pamphlet with a floral pattern of a wood block print printed on washi, was distributed at them. https://t.co/IfttXRgHjJ https://t.co/QOSPR8ftZX
Here is a report on the web event on the NDL Digital Collections and the Digitized Contents Transmission Service for Libraries. https://t.co/gQIhg2EVIQ https://t.co/hiKwVG6SgX
Here is a report on the online event to share ideas for using Japan Search for education, research and community activities. Read it to learn more: https://t.co/Yh78iSNGFu https://t.co/jECGfLJ3zF
The Undying Swan—Anna Pavlova’s performances were very influential to many people in Japan. Find writings by celebrities on this topic in this article. https://t.co/IfttXRgHjJ https://t.co/Z0LIxx9Nff
The violin was introduced to Japan immediately after the opening of the country at the end of the Edo period. How did Japanese people become familiar with it? Read this article to learn more: https://t.co/M6aGcmnVff #ndldigital https://t.co/Nrvn36aFCs
NDL NEWSLETTER No. 239, UPDATE https://t.co/Rolm6c5Bro
【お知らせ】 代表はんが没年調査ソンのことを発表した、デジタルコレクション活用フォーラムのことが『NDL Newsletter』に掲載されたんやって。英文での報告やし「没年調査ソン」も"Botsunen Chosathon”やで。 #デジタルコレクション #没年調査ソン #まろーには読めへん https://t.co/NXZlZmt1Cz
The article related to the online event “Using Japan Search - Ideas for education, research, and community activities” held on March 3, 2021 is now available. Please check the National Diet Library Newsletter (No. 239, June 2021). ⇒https://t.co/9tww7LEmA0 #JapanSearch https://t.co/AViCLnfc3S

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