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Gunsho Ruiju – new e-book collection


Following a successful trial, we have now purchased Gunsho Ruiju.

Gunsho Ruiju is a collection of old Japanese books published from the ancient times to early Edo era. Subjects cover history, literature, religion, language, customs, art, music, cultivated arts, education, morality, legal codes, politics, economy, society and many other topics. Many textual sources are only available in this collection. This is an important primary resource for the study of classical Japanese culture.

The collection consists of three parts: Gunsho Ruiju, Zoku Gunsho Ruiju, and Zoku Zoku Gunsho Ruiju:

Gunsho Ruiju: 133 volumes, 1276 digitally compiled books and sources.

Zoku Gunsho Ruiju: 86 volumes, 2,128 digitally compiled books and sources.

Zoku Zoku Gunsho Ruiju: 17 volumes, 350 digitally compiled books and sources.

For a more detailed description, click here

Access Note

At the moment these e-books can be accessed via our E-Book A-Z list, Database A-Z list and East Asian Studies A-Z list.  We hope to add individual title records to our catalogue in April once records become available from the publisher.

Further info.

Further information about our e-books is available from http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/information-services/library-museum-gallery/finding-resources/ebooks

If a book you require is not held by the library, please visit our Library Resources Plus webpage.