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Japanese Studies

Library research guide for Japanese Studies

Introduction

 

Welcome to the Japanese Studies research guide! 

On this page are some of the key general research resources available to faculty and students at ASU.  We have grouped other resources into several formats and subject areas, marked by separate tabs. Databases; Dictionaries & Encyclopedias; Bibliographies; Bibliographies & Directories; Statistics; Atlases & Gazetteers; Guides; Indexes; Other Resources; Citing Sources.

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