Bibliographical and other catalogs
- Full Text Database of Kokugogaku
The full text of Kokugogaku (the former journal of the Society for Japanese Linguistics) can be searched for online.
- Bibliographic Database of Japanese Language Research
This is a database of articles dealing with the Japanese language that have appeared in academic journals and collections of papers and so on. New entries are constantly added and about 240,000 articles can be searched for online.
- NINJAL Research Library OPAC
This database allows the user to search the catalogue and location information of about 150,000 books and about 5,800 journals that the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics’ research library has. It contains catalogues and location information of rare books, audio-visual materials, and specialist collections.
- Headline Database of Language-Related Newspaper Articles
The National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics collected newspapers articles on language from 1949 to September 2009 to create a ‘newspaper clip collection’. The database contains information on the publication data, the newspaper title, and the headlines of the newspaper articles collected in the ‘newspaper clip collection’.
- Database of NINJAL's Publications
This is a database of publications by NINJAL from its founding (1948) up to the present.
- Academic Repository of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
“Academic Repository of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)” collects and stores outcomes of academic and educational activities at NINJAL, as well as academic materials held by NINJAL in an electronic format, which is accessible on the Internet.
- Research Materials on NINJAL
This is a database of research materials (e.g., index cards, audio recordings, etc.) collected or created by NINJAL research projects in the past 70 years.
- Catalogue of Nikkei Materials in North America
This catalogue includes Nikkei or Japanese American materials (audio/audiovisual, photos, etc.) stored at institutions in Japan, Hawaii, and North America.