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Activities Overview

Foundational Research

There are currently three foundational research projects in progress, each of which contributes to the overall progress of fundamental research in Japanese literature and other relevant materials.

Special Research

There are four special projects geared at promoting broader approaches to Japanese literature. All of these projects were selected through a public application process.

Public Research (general)

General public research projects, by using the various materials (microfilm documents and original manuscripts) stored at NIJL, aim at offering new perspectives on Japanese literature and related disciplines which are both creative and broad in scope. These projects encourage the involvement of young researchers.

Public Research (thematic)

These thematic collaborative research projects seek to unite a number of specially selected individual research topics (proposed by researchers outside of NIJL), each of which show great promise and a high degree of originality, within a single, all-embracing theme.

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