1,707 titles including Tanimura Collection, Nakanoin Collection and Hiramatsu Collection have been released
Tsukushi nikki (筑紫日記 上下) is the diary of Imagawa Ryoshun (今川了俊, 1326-1420), a military commander and poet of Nanboku-cho (Northern and Southern Courts) period, transcribed by Matsuoka Gentatsu (松岡玄達, 1668-1746), a herbalist in Edo period. Matsuoka also left lot of annotations and ownership stamps in the diary.
Nakanoin Michimura nikki (中院通村日記) is the autograph diary of Nakanoin Michimura (中院通村, 1588-1653) for October, 1626.
Nakanoin Collection was formerly held by Michinori Nakanoin (1856-1925). The family's contribution to research in Japanese literature is acknowledged. In particular, Michikatsu (1558-1610) and Michimura are renowned for their deep knowledge of Japanese literature, especially waka (31-syllable Japanese poetry).
1,689 of 1,707 items released this time were digitized under the “Project to Build an International Collaborative Research Network for Pre-modern Japanese Texts” by the National Institute of Japanese Literature in which Kyoto University Library participates.