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March 20, 2018: The Introduction and the English translation of Nisshinkan Dojikun are added to our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the page.

July 2, 2016: The Introduction of Ryushi Shinron is added to our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the Search Texts page.

September 15, 2015: The digitized version of Nitto Guho Junrei Koki is now adjusted and available on our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the Search Texts page.

August 24, 2015: The digitized version of Ryushi Shinron is now avaiable on our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the Search Texts page.

September 7, 2014: The Introduction and the Editions and Copyright information of Shinron is added to our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the Search Texts page.

December 19, 2011: The digitized version of Fudoki -- Izumo Fudoki, Harima Fudoki, Bungo Fudoki, Hizen Fudoki, and Hitachi Fudoki -- is now adjusted and available on our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the Search Texts page.

April 29, 2011: JHTI held the "Digital Research and Japanese History" Symposium, sponsored by the Center for Japanese Studies and the Department of History of the University of California, Berkeley at the Berkeley campus. This symposium served as a forum for the exchange of ideas among scholars in Japanese history and literature regarding the possible use of digital resource and technology for teaching and research in Japanese studies.

December 13, 2010: The digitized text of Shinto wa Saiten no Kozoku Kaidai is now available on our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the page. We want to add more Japanese historical texts that are of historical significance even without English translation. If you have any suggestions, please email us at jhti@berkeley.edu.

July 1, 2010: JHTI has streamlined the authentication process on July 1, 2010. Please contact our office at jhti@berkeley.edu to receive your new user id and password for access to protected texts. As always, we welcome your comments and suggestions!

June 2, 2008: JHTI has posted its newly-redesigned webpage! We hope you find it easy to navigate and use. We'll continue to make improvements to the site, and welcome your comments at jhti@berkeley.edu.

May 17, 2008: The text of Yamato monogatari is now available on our website. Please click here to be taken directly to the database log-in page.