Nichibunken Databases (NIMOU: Japanese Studies Information Network)

The renewal version of the Database for Japanese Studies Researchers and Institutions is now available for public use. This database is made available by Nichibunken for the promotion of Japanese studies and research collaborations among scholars and institutions around the world. Don’t forget to give it a try. Also spread the words about the database.

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Following are few examples when you might find this database especially useful.
  1. Search researchers to give lecture.
  2. Find participants/collaborators for an international research project.
  3. Find joint research team members.
  4. Look for project counterparts in other countries.
  5. Grasp the trends of Japanese studies.
  6. Collect further information on researchers and institutions from the resources and links.
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