Cooperative information repositories etc.

In the Business, we are carrying out data creation in cooperation with the following repositories of information.
Please check the opening hours of the repositories at their websites.

National Diet Library (NDL)

http://www.ndl.go.jp/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information on items to which NDC Categorization 726.1 (Manga/Dramatic Comics/Caricatures) has been applied as manga books
  • Bibliographical information on items considered to be manga magazines during the development of the Database

▼About Viewing Stored Materials

  • As materials stored differ among the three facilities, i. Tokyo Main Building, Kansai Building, and the International Children’s Library, please check possession using the National Diet Library’s book stock retrieval/application system (NDL-OPAC) upon use.

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

Gordon W. Prange Collection (Prange)

http://www.ndl.go.jp/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information for over 2000 items considered to be manga books

▼About Viewing Stored Materials

  • Digital viewing is available within the National Diet Museum.

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

Kawasaki City Museum (Kawasaki)

https://www.kawasaki-museum.jp/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information on manga books and manga magazines
  • Information on historical materials and materials on individual manga artists from the Edo period

▼About Viewing Stored Materials

  • While stored materials are not available for general public viewing, some of them are shown in permanent/special exhibitions.
  • Research and study by researchers etc.

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

  • Kawasaki City Museum
    Kawasaki City Museum

Meiji University - Yoshihiro Yonezawa Memorial Library of Manga and Subcultures (Yonezawa)

http://www.meiji.ac.jp/manga/yonezawa_lib/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information on manga books and manga magazines
  • Information on dojinshi ( magazines published by fans)

▼About Viewing Stored Items

  • Member registration is required for viewing (there are restrictions on viewable materials based on member type).
  • Please use book stock retrieval to check the latest information on status of materials such as whether or not they can be viewed etc.
    You can search via the “Book Stock Retrieval” button on the home page.
    http://www.meiji.ac.jp/manga/yonezawa_lib/

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

  • Meiji University - Yoshihiro Yonezawa Memorial Library of Manga and Subcultures
    Meiji University - Yoshihiro Yonezawa Memorial Library of Manga and Subcultures

Kyoto International Manga Museum (Kyoto)

https://www.kyotomm.jp/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information on manga books and manga magazines

▼About Viewing Stored Materials

  • The stored items are divided into closed-access materials and open-access materials (*Currently open-access materials are not registered in the database).
  • Please ensure you reserve the use of the research viewing room in advance when viewing closed-access materials (*Viewing of manga original pictures other than books/magazines etc. is not available. Some books/magazines may not be viewed).
  • Open-access materials may be freely viewed (*An admission fee is required.).

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

  • Kyoto International Manga Museum
    Kyoto International Manga Museum

Osaka Prefectural Central Library - International Juvenile Literature Building (Osaka)

http://www.library.pref.osaka.jp/site/jibunkan/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information on manga books and manga magazines (*Materials focusing primarily on readers up to Junior High School)

▼About Viewing Stored Items

  • An advance application for viewing is required by the date before such viewing.
  • It is necessary to check the latest information on status of materials such as whether or not they can be viewed etc. using book stock retrieval.

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

  • Osaka Prefectural Central Library - International Juvenile Literature Building
    Osaka Prefectural Central Library - International Juvenile Literature Building

Kikuyo Town Library (Young Women’s Magazine Collection) (Kikuyo)

https://www.kikuyo-lib.jp/

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Bibliographical information on young women’s magazines from the Meiji to the Showa periods (*The registration of materials in this database is still underway)

▼About Viewing Stored Items

  • Viewing is only on a specified date determined with an advance.

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

Kitakyushu Manga Museum (Kitakyushu)

http://www.ktqmm.jp

▼Information Registered in the Database

  • Information on manga original pictures (*Original pictures of manga artists with links to Kitakyushu City)

▼About Viewing Stored Items

  • Most books are open-access materials, and can be viewed freely after entry (an admission fee is required.) (*Currently open-access materials are not registered in the database)

▼For more details on use, please see the following pages.

  • Kitakyushu Manga Museum
    Kitakyushu Manga Museum

Other Collaborators

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