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View Resource JPRI Publications

The JPRI site, working in collaboration with the New Mexico US-Japan Center, has released all of its publications prior to 1997. Users now have access to full-text versions of working papers on a variety of Japanese topics.

http://www.jpri.org/publications/
View Resource Japan Documentation Center

The JDC specializes in Japanese public policy information, providing current source materials in fields such as economics, commerce and industry, law, politics, the environment, and social conditions, specializing in "grey literature" (unpublished and difficult-to-obtain government literature). At the JDC site users can view a quick guide to searching and requesting documents from the JDC...

http://www.loc.gov/rr/asian/jdc.html
View Resource Kids Web Japan

Managed by the Japan Center for Intercultural Communications, the Kids Web Japan site introduces schoolchildren aged between 10 and 14 to the country of Japan. The main page offers links to information about the physical and cultural aspects of the country, including its nature and climate, history, traditions, daily life, and more. Each subject contains a description, beautiful photographs, and...

http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/
View Resource The Edwin O. Reischauer Center Screenshot

The Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies, housed at the Johns Hopkins University, is one of the most comprehensive think tanks concerning relations between Washington and East Asian governments. Named for the first Japanese-born and Japanese-speaking U.S. Ambassador to Japan, the center has been examining diplomatic relationships for almost 30 years. Readers can learn about the...

http://www.reischauercenter.org