The Aizan Yamaji Collection (about 3,500 volumes)

This is the book collection of Aizan Yamaji (1864-1917), a historian during the Meiji and Taisho periods, donated in 1917 by courtesy of businessman and social activist Magosaburo Ohara. The collection mostly contains reference materials related to the nation’s history, including the transcriptions of ‘Hakuseki Ibun’ (literary remains of Hakuseki Arai, a historian during the middle of the Edo Period) and ‘Ryuei Hiroku’ (confidential reports on Ryuei).
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Akahito Mondo
Eikan Shiryaku
Itsunokotowaki
Furai Rokurokubushu
Ehon Katakiuchi Eiyuroku
Atsugesho Mannen Shimada
Osan Mohei Hana Meisho Kaichu Goyomi
Edo Murasaki Hauta Bunko
Shaka Hasso Yamato Bunko
Kana Hogo Ikkyu Zoshi
Warabeuta Myomyoguruma
Nisemurasaki Inaka Genji
Omisoka Akebonososhi
Oshiegusa Nyobo Katagi
Musume Dojoji
Taketori Monogatari
Aimirucha Yomeiri Kosode
Heishokudan
Kottoshu
Enseki Zasshi
Seisei Shisho
Katsugen Shiwa
Saifushu
Nihon Bunsho
Sakuho Shueisho
Shoryoshu Bemmo
Sojito
Soji
Toshi Santai Kaho
Zochu Token Zekku Santaishiho
Kaidojin Hihyo Dainishu Kaisho
To Keisen Bunsui
Embaku Zakki
Ryusen Sensei Bunsho
Gaku Chubuo Shu
Koyo Sekiyo Sonsha Shi
Manyoko Bekki
Manyo Shinsai Hyakushukai
Manyoko Bekki