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In this document, we can see the first reference to the National Diet Library. https://t.co/imnw2y2J1E
A lithograph artist, Oda Kazuma (1882-1956), depicted the cityscape of Shinjuku, Tokyo. #ndldigital https://t.co/cVCmes5WAh https://t.co/otjoAw3T55
An introduction to NDL’s photo album collection and some tools for searching old photos: https://t.co/nkGU6DcVtM https://t.co/FvLmxZ2LfB
#Shiohigari is an event to collect shellfish on shallow sandy beaches. It has a long history and it is often depicted in older paintings and #ukiyoe (woodblock prints). #ndldigital https://t.co/nQsjCqfZz9 https://t.co/tnXfDr7p5c
Guess what difficulties there were when installing a pipe organ in Japan in the 1920's, when pipe organs were not yet well known? Read this article to learn more. #ndldigital https://t.co/XbyJ0xrnmJ https://t.co/psRDKn8USo

8 3 3 0 OA おどりの図

Interested in Japanese #folkdance? This is a unique and valuable picture scroll depicting eight kinds of traditional Japanese folk dance, #groupdance, from the early Edo period. #ndldigital https://t.co/Nc7PPhvrYu https://t.co/GacwX4NfAG
#Hiroshige depicted the landscape of the Kujukurihama beach in Chiba. Sardine fishing was active here in the Edo period. You can see the men pulling a large net in the picture. #ndldigital #ukiyoe https://t.co/XKSSTJCLPL https://t.co/Q3UDNZ8pE6
In “Edo jiman meisan zue,” the characters are personified specialties of Edo, such as Edo River Carp, a kitsune (fox) doll, mochibana (rice cake flower) and the first bonito of the season. You can find 50 kinds of Edo specialties in this book. https://t.co/PLfF60pnJW https://t.co/GxFSjkLQEa
Wisteria flowers, swallows, tadpoles...how many symbols of the season can you find? Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) depicted women and a child playing in a garden with a grove of trees and a pond in early summer. #ndldigital https://t.co/QsPRX06bR0 https://t.co/h0mo6M9ogR
A painting by Kamisaka Sekka, who is known for combining Rinpa-style composition with modern techniques. This work features two puppies drawn with soft, cursive brush strokes. #ndldigital https://t.co/mE9cwY58Ff https://t.co/aetfDuWBGc
Look at #ukiyoe of both banks of the #SumidaRiver by Katsushika Hokusai. Hokusai depicted various points from the river mouth to upper stream in different seasons. Published around 1804. 3 volumes. #ndldigital https://t.co/ThT2pgLohe https://t.co/Qu0JK2zgxe
The NDL holds a lot of materials written in various languages. In this article, library staff tell you how to search the books written in your language via NDL Online. #ndldigital https://t.co/32Y9otFdju https://t.co/Cn9KzXKWoO
Achieving the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) has become one of the most important global issues. The NDL hosted a webinar about libraries and the SDGs featuring Ms. Barbara Lison, president of IFLA. #ndldigital https://t.co/hmATScOImg https://t.co/i7kXyGVgbp
At Iriya in Tokyo, morning glory fairs have been held since the end of the Edo period, attracting many people. The cat pattern on the kimono of the woman holding a flowerpot is as vivid as the morning glories. #ndldigital https://t.co/CQnXCmmw59 https://t.co/BzMDAL6z8u
Ezukushi provides highlights of Joruri plays, along with their storylines. Learn more about materials related to #Ningyojoruri in the article “Browsing Joruri books with YOSHINAGA Motonobu, NDL Director General.” #ndldigital https://t.co/ULRWay6kvJ https://t.co/hZTA9Uzaka
Do you know what “Gidayubushi ningyo joruri” is? Find out with interesting commentary from the director general of the NDL. #ndldigital https://t.co/ULRWay6kvJ https://t.co/A1MGbnK6ya

4 4 0 0 OA 長崎六景

From "6 scenes at Nagasaki" (Nagasaki 6-kei) by Takehisa Yumeji (1884-1934), a painter representing #TaishoRoman. Originally published as "12 scenes at Nagasaki" (1920). #ndldigital https://t.co/BQXv2oW9GZ https://t.co/v5wS7l6sD9

20 9 0 0 OA 八ツ山羊

Japanese translation of Grimm’s fairy tale, "The wolf and the seven young kids," published as "Eight goats" in 1887. You can see two pop-ups in this book. #ndldigital https://t.co/kmRJyKAeAb https://t.co/1M53tLcveZ
A comprehensive catalog of Soke Monjo, documents on Japan-Korea relations in the 17–19c: https://t.co/M2L8lqxdll #ndldigital https://t.co/88VBcjKxqh
This article is an introduction to the Kyoho Meibutsucho, a catalog of famous swords in the early 18th century. These swords are particularly well known as masterpieces of swordsmithing. Some of them have been designated as National Treasures. #ndldigital https://t.co/veOi6xZwAc https://t.co/it97yfFuiO

18 3 0 0 OA 汽車ヅクシ

Picture book about steam trains published 1927. You can see a bento seller who sells #ekiben (train lunch) at platforms, which used to be a common scene but is now becoming rare. #ndldigital https://t.co/cLRObeh7Mn https://t.co/fZYrb9Jfrm
Record of a game of go played by the last shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate: #ndldigital https://t.co/Uj7pZsYkVp https://t.co/Kl4rVfgUhw
Do you know how to cook "Kabayaki Imo"? Let's see the recipe for this exquisite dish in this article. https://t.co/tDq0FWnEFf #ndldigital https://t.co/CjKxLbSBqj
Did you know that June 18 is International Sushi Day? People in the Edo period also loved sushi. In the image, you can see a type of boxed #sushi called hakozushi, which is still popular nowadays. #ndldigital https://t.co/WEXY28nEwK https://t.co/cKpVlaMFcE
Once upon a time, there existed in Tokyo a palatial auditorium called Nanki Gakudo. Learn about TOKUGAWA Yorisada (1892–1954) and his passion for music. "The Pipe Organ of Tokugawa Yorisada ―The Great Organ of the Nanki Concert Hall" #ndldigital https://t.co/XbyJ0xrnmJ https://t.co/Po7j879sZt
On June 16 of the lunar calendar, there was an event at Edo Castle to give confections to the vassals. A man can be seen looking back, perhaps curious about the confections that others were receiving. #ndldigital https://t.co/qVet1mlqMv https://t.co/Nyim5E3YCs
“Edo jiman meisan zue” is an illustrated book of short stories, in which mascots personifying some of Edo’s best loved products take part in an adventure. It is written by Santo Kyodeon, one of Edo's best-selling authors. https://t.co/PLfF60pnJW https://t.co/RJy3UEg0iK

11 7 0 0 OA 下谷広小路

Now, we are in the rainy season, "tsuyu," in most areas of Japan. #ndldigital https://t.co/ceHpGnDut9 https://t.co/6yIucQmyBt
The article "Minakata Kumagusu’s letters to Shirai Mitsutaro" tells us of the friendship between two scholars who shared interests in biology and herbology as well as the conservation of nature. https://t.co/A6E2XAWUMy https://t.co/qt5wR332VJ
Since when and for what reasons have carved seals been used in place of signatures in Japanese documentation? Find out by reading this article: https://t.co/Er4SuAUmjU https://t.co/Bm62vCeK58
Horikiri is a famous place for #shobu (sweet flags) in Tokyo. #Hiroshige depicted their beautiful violet flowers at the beginning of summer. #ndldigital https://t.co/WWWnoaPBeo https://t.co/BCGLa6XdRJ
Take a look at these nishiki-e illustrations from newspapers in the late 19th century, featuring bizarre stories cited from major newspapers. #ndldigital https://t.co/huQwo4E0k2 https://t.co/578l9xIR3O
Right foot, left foot... Amateur dancers in early 19c. used textbooks for practicing dance: https://t.co/xrVC2oaWVw #ndldigital https://t.co/fLOMNyWUua

38 9 0 0 OA 西洋時計便覧

This manual was published in the late 19th century, explaining to Japanese people how to read a Western clock. #ndldigital https://t.co/IOiWALpZiP https://t.co/1600w40qIy
This book was published in 1944, when the war had taken a turn for the worse for Japan, and food shortages were becoming more and more acute. #ndldigital https://t.co/DYdQ8HboDo https://t.co/ytE7Ekmvci

7 4 0 0 OA 神田川夕景

#KobayashiKiyochika, one of the last #ukiyoe artists, depicts a quiet evening twilight at the Kandagawa River, which flows through the center of Tokyo, in 1877. #ndldigital https://t.co/vfPqFdOQgp https://t.co/QtPJS6xaHX
An notable work of nishiki-e by Utagawa Toyokuni III, in which the Shichifukujin (seven lucky gods) are building a large structure in the shape of the Chinese character 壽, which stands for felicitations: #ndldigital https://t.co/FFsGwWJlUS https://t.co/AFhcHvzIaj

1 1 0 0 OA 大阪風景

Oda Kazuma (1882-1956), a lithograph artist, depicted the landscape in Osaka. These are scenes of the day and night in the Dotonbori area. See more works in #ndldigital . https://t.co/CFDsJMFwTY https://t.co/Cd4AZaOTWz
Picture scrolls first appeared during the Nara period in the 8th century and are considered to be the origin of picture books in Japan. Read more about their history in this article! #ndldigital https://t.co/BRvTt2CSWn https://t.co/LrGRmwdFni
Noguchi Yonejiro was a poet who published a number of works both in and outside of Japan. Learn more about his novel "The American Diary of a Japanese Girl by Miss Morning Glory." https://t.co/jil8JfaXEX https://t.co/1tiRN2gbCl
Hydrangea is a common flower in Japan during the rainy season. This is a work by #UTAGAWAHiroshige, a famous #ukiyoe artist. Don't you think this collaboration with a kingfisher is amazing? #ndldigital URL https://t.co/hsLI8RBdvK https://t.co/Szb5ftlFZi

8 0 0 0 OA 売茶翁茶器図

Maisao (Baisao) was a Buddhist monk and #Sencha master in the mid-Edo period, who is regarded as the founder of the Sencha #teaceremony. This book is a color-printed illustration of the Sencha utensils in his collection. #ndldigital https://t.co/0NxEdNjtuL https://t.co/XapQ4c6rx5
Hikaru Genji is the main character of Genji monogatari, a full-length novel written by MURASAKI Shikibu in the early 11th century during the Heian period. He may be said to be the most famous fictional handsome man in Japan. #ndldigital https://t.co/3Gv8J3EMNJ https://t.co/hahzmbmMLM
Rainbow in an #ukiyoe. It gives us a mysterious impression, maybe because it is not colorful. What did people in the Edo period imagine when seeing rainbows? #ndldigital https://t.co/dyFejjNRjx https://t.co/TF5t7HXMOr
The koto is a major element of traditional Japanese music. Find stories of koto and koto music. #ndldigital https://t.co/jaMKo5Aoby https://t.co/FqxwYCNkxR
Hie Shrine in Tokyo was revered throughout the 300 years of the Edo period, and the festival held there in June is one of the three major festivals in Japan, with a lively procession of portable shrines and floats. #ndldigital https://t.co/wrmts0eOjI https://t.co/Z0bgf5g2Zh
This book published in 1930 gives you a detailed explanation of how to draw a #manga. The author is manga artist Okamoto Ippei, father of the world-famous artist #OkamotoTaro. https://t.co/tZNEcQ0K9D https://t.co/8UZp9AW10F
Fashionable designs of Japanese confectionery during the Edo period! https://t.co/iiErXcxwxy #ndldigital https://t.co/pJn9U5OwMh
Discover the stories of Japanese pearl fishers who engaged in this harsh work in Australia in the mid-20th century: https://t.co/ZHr3cfyoB5 https://t.co/AtuLa5u82U
This series of #nishikie depicts how people in the Edo period survived the heat of summer by using wisdom and wit. Here you can even see the prototype of a rotary fan. #ukiyoe #ndldigital https://t.co/SfauX3SUZ6 https://t.co/GggfUwnskb
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/JPtmsafDza

10 0 0 0 OA 女十題

#TakehisaYumeji is a painter whose works represent #TaishoRoman. Women in his drawings are called "beautiful women of the Yumeji style." Take a look at "Onna Judai" (ten women). #Yumeji #ndldigital https://t.co/RIF0xy9qM2 https://t.co/GhcrADvj70 https://t.co/xWTOVlvHid

12 0 0 0 OA 女十題

#TakehisaYumeji is a painter whose works represent #TaishoRoman. Women in his drawings are called "beautiful women of the Yumeji style." Take a look at "Onna Judai" (ten women). #Yumeji #ndldigital https://t.co/RIF0xy9qM2 https://t.co/GhcrADvj70 https://t.co/xWTOVlvHid
Dig into materials on modern Japanese political history at the NDL: https://t.co/RmeAfOdljh https://t.co/WwBBvx5sd8
Hiroshige's artwork depicts hot springs that remain popular to this day. #ndldigital https://t.co/FVW5EgkKQa https://t.co/YX8N1GSxD3
#Aquarium at #ndldigital, with a picture scroll by KURIMOTO Tanshu. He was a physician of the mid to late Edo period as well as a naturalist, who left many accurate and beautiful sketches of plants and animals. https://t.co/lEb2FG949A https://t.co/elj1JVBacN
Tatekawa Enba, a popular writer and an enthusiastic sumo fan in the late Edo period, wrote a number of books related to sumo. Learn about the world of sumo in the Edo period through this article: https://t.co/ZS4Kut6mcs https://t.co/opUyR3RPGd
Dig into the world of WATANABE Seitei (1851–1918), a master of kachoga (flower and bird paintings), through this article. You can enjoy block prints depicting the vibrant beauty of realistic flowers and birds. https://t.co/5ncZAeFUOs https://t.co/cpdULiQdTW
This book is a textbook of English composition published in 1916. This Japanese is in the old kana script, so for many young people in Japan today, the English part of the book will be easier to read than the Japanese. #ndldigital https://t.co/TC87zDRyit https://t.co/d0WSmprVNj

13 0 0 0 OA 大日本物産圖會

Early summer is the season to pick fresh tea leaves in Japan! Here is a #nishikie depicting #TeaPicking in #Uji, #Kyoto. Learn more about famous products around Japan in Meiji era at https://t.co/ba5amvhDG8 #ndldigital https://t.co/4bZbgRFDoR
The life of Shibukawa Shunkai: first official astronomer of the Tokugawa Shogunate: https://t.co/XR9kaa0jgJ #ndldigital https://t.co/TwiraafeKz
Illustrations by a 19th-century Japanese artist inspired by lines from Shakespeare's play: https://t.co/yQ40nD2Pl5 https://t.co/vqyWxg3G2W
What did people in the Imperial court wear in old times? Take a look at their beautiful outfits at #ndldigital. https://t.co/csKpzT6f2A https://t.co/JTTJV1CM25
Illustrations of MAKINO have something of the style of Japanese paintings. Check out the picture and find out how! #ndldigital https://t.co/NuJiLMBKm1 https://t.co/kOF6f4UlYC

17 0 0 0 OA 奇機新話

Hot air balloons, steamships and electricity must have been a big surprise for Japanese youngsters at the beginning of the Meiji era. This book, published in 1869, is an abstract translation of the Boy's Playbook of Science (London, 1860). #ndldigital https://t.co/PiTUcpsaBk https://t.co/ouyIQeZUvM
Tagonoura Coast in Shizuoka Prefecture is well known for its stunning view of Mt. Fuji. This piece by Kobayashi Kiyochika is from Nihon meisho zue, a collection of woodblock prints of scenic landscapes fromm throughout Japan. https://t.co/SCQAQPUI0L https://t.co/Mf2YHut27o

14 0 0 0 OA おもちや千種

Kawasaki Kyosen was an #ukiyoe artist in the Meiji era, who was attracted to the simple beauty of #folktoys . "Omocha Senshu" is a collection of many drawings of Japanese folk toys. #ndldigital https://t.co/X5Rd84l8gx https://t.co/vDUPgrl7zJ
In this work by the well-known Japanese artist Kuniyoshi, boys and girls in formal outfits are enjoying a contest of calligraphy on an auspicious occasion. https://t.co/ZyYPtARcAC https://t.co/aroZ8VOdkJ
This artwork by Kitagawa Utamaro depicts the scene of a shell-matching game. The inside of each shell carries an exquisite little picture of a subject such as birds, flowering plants or scenes from the Tale of Genji or the Tales of Ise. #ndldigital https://t.co/kpvSIjVAzC https://t.co/c36EfEemyb
#Suikoden goketsu sugoroku features characters from the classic Chinese novel Water Margin (or Heroes of the Marsh). https://t.co/tmL8IKSonc #ndldigital https://t.co/ad99cQjrIV

4 0 0 0 OA 道具字引図解

Illustrated dictionary on tools used in the Edo era. Look at various things like clothes, stationery, weapons, etc. https://t.co/q7iM7nAYtB https://t.co/JXxoSjUbtv

5 0 0 0 OA 水産俗字集

Look at the many different names for crabs (kani), more than 30 names! This book, published in 1887, collected different names made of different Chinese characters used in different regions of Japan for the same marine products. #ndldigital https://t.co/YVCc8iXLW1 https://t.co/NLo5WOw7nq
"Quiz―700 answers to questions on things Japanese" was first published in 1948, shortly after foreign tourists first began to visit postwar Japan. https://t.co/E2BE3nOquU https://t.co/YWMKKsRpI1
This is from a #nishikie series about #HouseBuilding, published by the Ministry of Education for early childhood education. Enjoy seeing how houses were built using traditional Japanese methods! #ndldigital https://t.co/ZbjBBJCHxL https://t.co/dx4d0CFkER
Are you interested in image searches of digitized books including rare and old materials that are available online in the NDL Digital Collections? Read more about the service here: “Illustration Search Functionality in the Next Digital Library” https://t.co/xnIQLEqAPT https://t.co/IFdNDBbCR4

56 1 0 0 OA 朧月猫草紙

Oborozuki Nekono Soshi is a tale of a cat from the Edo period. Depicted is a reunion scene of a feline mother and daughter. An abalone shell is used as a feed dish, and a cat toilet is shown. People in those days also took good care of their cats. https://t.co/yytYWaWKcb https://t.co/aFldqrB8DC
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/N60vHsCu4h
On May 5, "Tango no Sekku", there is a custom of taking a sweet-flag bath. People take a bath by boiling sweet-flag roots and leaves, medicinal herbs thought to ward off evil spirits, and prayed for good health. #ndldigital https://t.co/17cgg3Te7X https://t.co/5xr1TNQOua
What kind of an image forms in your mind when you hear the phrase "Japanese Garden"? Read this article. #ndldigital https://t.co/QkJBNpY03P https://t.co/NXYSBqQHsm
Have you heard that #VanGogh collected many #ukiyoe , Japanese color woodblock prints? You may find his works quite similar to these ukiyoe. #Japonaiserie https://t.co/ulSYVBauUp https://t.co/WIf4Tc8cUy

6 0 0 0 OA 奥之細道

These images are of Yosa Buson's transcription of Matsuo Bashō’s Oku no Hosomichi. Matsuo started writing a travel diary in 1689 and finished in 1694. Buson transcribed Matsuo’s text and added his own illustrations. Replica, in 2 vols. #ndldigital https://t.co/wF9jckI4BV https://t.co/yROoiwcqfD
This letter was sent in 1896 to the Minister of Foreign Affairs by HARA Takashi (1856–1921), a newly appointed diplomatic envoy. In this letter, Hara (later the Prime Minister) provides us a glimpse of his approach to gathering and analyzing information. https://t.co/vmS8lf11uQ https://t.co/BqyqMCn0iO

2 0 0 0 OA 明治の歴史

Picture book on the history of the Meiji period. From the restoration of imperial rule (Taisei Hokan) at Edo Castle to the construction of Meiji Shrine. Published in 1923. #ndldigital https://t.co/s5F2FQDlgI https://t.co/zbDgN4MqiY
Guess what difficulties there were when installing a pipe organ in Japan in the 1920's, when pipe organs were not yet well known? Read this article to learn more. https://t.co/XbyJ0x9e8B https://t.co/PLXd2aU2Vr
In “Edo jiman meisan zue,” the characters are personified specialties of Edo, such as Edo River Carp, a kitsune (fox) doll, mochibana (rice cake flower) and the first bonito of the season. You can find 50 kinds of Edo specialties in this book. https://t.co/PLfF60GqLW https://t.co/fHD3112B9U

9 0 0 0 OA 若冲畫選

Ito Jakuchu (1716-1800) pursued realistic, true-to-life sketching. In his #kachoga (#FlowerandBird paintings) he often drew chickens. #ndldigital https://t.co/qxawhGNeJY https://t.co/phATnpQxNE

6 0 0 0 OA 椿山画譜

Tsubaki Chinzan (1801-1854), literati painter of the late Edo period, was good at #kachoga (#FlowerandBird paintings). #ndldigital https://t.co/HBb8T9TcC0 https://t.co/jvItyMl2PG
Film books are valuable resources that convey information to the present day about lost films. Read more about novelizations of films in early 20th-century Japan: https://t.co/6KOyBdUQjs https://t.co/axA9Sxgjfy
In the Edo period, there were no bridges or boats on the Oi River, and the only way to cross it was to rely on laborers called kawagoshi ninsoku. The picture depicts travelers crossing it on flat platforms or on the shoulders of ninsoku. #ndldigital https://t.co/GG9mvWA75D https://t.co/SnrpS3FDee
Once upon a time, there existed in Tokyo a palatial auditorium called Nanki Gakudo. Learn about TOKUGAWA Yorisada (1892–1954) and his passion for music. "The Pipe Organ of Tokugawa Yorisada ―The Great Organ of the Nanki Concert Hall" #ndldigital https://t.co/XbyJ0x9e8B https://t.co/cP7Jw8RvHp
“Edo jiman meisan zue” is an illustrated book of short stories, in which mascots personifying some of Edo’s best loved products take part in an adventure. It is written by Santo Kyodeon, one of Edo's best-selling authors. https://t.co/PLfF60GqLW https://t.co/C72FRPMgQE
ORIKUCHI Shinobu, also known as Shakuchoku, was a Japanese linguist, ethnologist and poet. On the Historical Recordings Collection (Rekion), you can listen to him reciting his own tanka poems. #ndldigital Click to listen: https://t.co/amoeJwFTbH
Illustrated newspapers with articles about murder and other crimes as well as heartwarming personal interest stories were popular as souvenirs and conversation pieces in the early Meiji period. https://t.co/iFxqgr9mMM https://t.co/CTVLG0QgK8
There were many #sugoroku (Japanese board games) created during the Edo period that featured social customs. Read this article: Sugoroku Board Games from the Edo Period (Part 3. Social Customs). #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/HZ6UHBoSe0
Have you ever eaten #Washoku, traditional Japanese cuisine? #Hiroshige depicted #ukiyoe of delicious seafood which is essential for Washoku! #ndldigital https://t.co/2xwkGwTBQH https://t.co/liJIb3TZ66
How are manga studies performed? The answer can be found in this report: https://t.co/N7iDZ53xSX https://t.co/JxeZJ0U8v8
Find your favorite #ChildrensBook at the NDL Digital Collections! You can enjoy a wonderful picnic like in this book. https://t.co/eWjAXnuUeN https://t.co/bAOqIm1sFB
Shoni hitsuyo sodategusa is a famous parenting book from the Edo period. Do you know why it is titled Sodategusa, which means “nursing plant?” https://t.co/n89Dx0Dz8q https://t.co/9lSutYrncl
Kobayashi Kiyochika depicted Daimaru Gofukuten (a kimono store) in Odenmacho, Tokyo, in 1881, which is now known as Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Store. https://t.co/NtN2UxoMHt https://t.co/m1tgZVa9PU

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