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Materials we provide in this exhibition are 3 types as follows.

*The Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room organizes collected-materials as collection by formerly-possessed one. For example, material of Ito Hirobumi is titled "Papers of ITO Hirobumi"

*In these lists, we write down collection name and material number about materials held by or entrusted to the Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room.

* List of collections held by Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room is available from the following pages (Japanese):

Kensei Shiryo 50on Jun Sakuin
Nihon Senryo Kankei Shiryo Hassei Kikanbetsu Sakuin

Chapter1 Initial Steps toward a Constitutional State

1-1-1
"Gasshukoku Shokan Wage" ('Translations of Letters from the United States [President]')  1853 (Ka'ei 6)  Papers of SANJO Family, #2-22
1-1-2
Copy of the U.S.-Japan Treaty of Peace and Amity  1855 (lunar December of Ansei 1)  Papers of SANJO Family, #3-49
1-2
Shin Seifu Koryo Hassaku (Eight Point Program for a New Government)  1867 (lunar November, Keio 3)  Papers of ISHIDA Eikichi, #1
1-3-1
Draft of Discussion Topics (Gidai Soan)  December (lunar November) 1867 (Keio 3)  Papers of NISHI Amane, #79
1-3-2
Annex to Draft of Discussion Topics (Besshi Gidai Soan)  December (lunar November) 1867 (Keio 3)  Papers of NISHI Amane, #80
1-4
Original Version, "History of Grand Council of State Personnel System"  1884-85 (Meiji 17-18)  Papers of ITO Miyoji, #220
1-5-1
Proposal for Drafting a Constitution (Rikkokukengi)  1872 (lunar April, Meiji 5)  Papers of MIYAJIMA Seiichiro, #1016-11
1-5-2
Origins of the Compilation of the National Constitution (Kokken Hensan Kigen)  1883 (Meiji 16)  Papers of MIYAJIMA Seiichiro, #1014
1-6
Teigo Dai-Nippon Constitution (Draft)   Circa 1874 (Meiji 7)  Papers of AOKI Shuzo, #1
1-7
ITO Hirobumi's Handwritten Diary of His Foreign Journey  March 1873 (Meiji 6)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document (2) #1
1-8
1873 (Meiji 6), Councilor OKUBO's Draft Opinion on Constitutional Government  November 1873 (Meiji 6)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #503
1-9-1
Aikoku Koto Pledge (Draft)  January 1874 (Meiji 7)  Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #20
1-9-2
Aikoku Koto Appended Pledge (Draft)  January 1874 (Meiji 7)  Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #22
1-9-3
Draft of Petition for the Establishment of a Popularly elected Assembly (three versions)  January 1874 (Meiji 7)  Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #13
1-10-1
Blueprint for Governmental Reform  Circa January-February 1875 (Meiji 8)  Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #25
1-10-2
Draft Proposal of the Osaka Conference Agreement  Circa Jan.-Feb. 1875 (Meiji 8)  Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #26
1-10-3
Addendum to the Draft Proposal of the Osaka Conference Agreement  Circa Jan.-Feb. 1875 (Meiji 8)  Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #27
1-11
Report of the Artillery Attack Against (Saigo Forces) in Shiroyama  September 19-24, 1877 (Meiji 10)  Papers of OYAMA Iwao, #44-84
1-12
Copy of Risshisha's Petition Paper  June 1877 (Meiji 10)  Papers of SANJO Family, #42-2
1-13-1
Petition Requesting Permission to Establish a National Assembly  April 1880 (Meiji 13)  Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #168
1-13-2
Petition Requesting Permission to Establish a National Assembly, Appendix  April 1880 (Meiji 13)  Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #169
1-14
Toyo Dai-Nippon National Constitution Proposal  August 1881 (Meiji 14)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #89

Chapter2 Evolution of the Meiji State

2-1
Imperial Rescript Establishing a Constitutional Form of Government  14 April 1875 (Meiji 8)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #47
2-2
Proposal for a Japanese National Constitution    October 1876 (Meiji 9)   Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #61-3
2-3
OKUMA Shigenobu's Report to the Emperor (copy)  March 1881 (Meiji 14)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #502
2-4
Discussion of Outline of Constitution  June 1881 (Meiji 14)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #229
2-5
Imperial Order to Dispatch Mission Head Plenipotentiary ITO to Europe to Study Constitutional Forms of Government  3 March 1882 (Meiji 15)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document  #209
2-6
Authority of the Cabinet Edict  Circa end of 1885 (Meiji 18)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #c101
2-7-1
Natsushima Draft Proposal  August 1887 (Meiji 20)  Papers of ITO Miyoji, #8
2-7-2
Constitution of the Empire of Japan (clean copy), March Proposal  March 1888 (Meiji 21)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #233
2-8
Report  Circa October 1886 (Meiji 19)  Papers of MISHIMA Michitsune, #535-20-(イ)
2-9
Prime Minister KURODA's Speech on the Occasion of the Promulgation of the Constitution  12 February 1889 (Meiji 22)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #84
2-10
[Items to be Studies for the Constitutional Liberal Parties Platform]  Circa autumn 1890 (Meiji 23)  Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #185
2-11-1
House of Representatives Member Certificate  12 July 1890 (Meiji 23)  Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #108-66
2-11-2
List and Ballot of Viscount Candidates for Election to the House of Peers  10 June 1890 (Meiji 23)  Papers of TOKI Akira, #48  
2-12
Letter from INOUE Kowashi to ITO Hirobumi  23 February 1891 (Meiji 24)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #84-248
2-13
List of Candidates for Election to the House of Representatives  Circa February 1892 (Meiji 25)  Papers of SHINAGAWA Yajiro, #956
2-14
[Draft of Imperial Edict for Reconciliation]  February 1893 (Meiji 26)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #571
2-15
Sugoroku (game of dice) Lampooning Diet Members  Board Game Published on 6 December 1892 (Meiji 25)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1238
2-16
Nishiki-e of the Imperial Diet Building  May 1895 (Meiji 28)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1298
2-17
Outline of Prime Minister ITO's Statement of His Policies  1895 (Meiji 28)  Papers of ITO Miyoji, #344
2-18-1
Proclamation  June 1898 (Meiji 31)  Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #989
2-18-2
Record of ITO-OKUMA-ITAGAKI Meeting  25 June 1898 (Meiji 31)  Papers of ITO Miyoji, #350
2-19-1
Draft Proposal of the Rikken Seiyukai By Laws  1900 (Meiji 33)  Papers of ITO Miyoji, #353-3
2-19-2
Rikken Seiyukai By Laws  1890 (Meiji 33)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #166
2-20
Copy of the Notification of Social Democratic Party Formation, and Party By Laws  19 May 1901 (Meiji 34)  Papers of SAKATANI Yoshiro, #507
2-21-1
Letter from SAIONJI Kinmochi to KATSURA Taro  30 December 1905 (Meiji 38)  Papers of KATSURA Taro, #47-1
2-21-2
Letter from SAIONJI Kinmochi to KATSURA Taro  7 February 1911 (Meiji 44)  Papers of KATSURA Taro, #47-30
2-22
Draft of a Directive Telegraphed to Legations Overseas  December 1889 (Meiji 22)  SANJO Family Papers, #35-1
2-23-1
Draft of Kenken Yoroku   1895 (Meiji 28)  Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #66-2, Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #66-3
2-23-2
HAYASHI Tadasu's letter to MUTSU Munemitsu  26 November 1895 (Meiji 28)  Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #79-12
2-24
KATSURA Taro Autobiography, Volume Three (Section on the Hokushin Incident)  Section from 1900-01 (Meiji 33-34)  Papers of KATSURA Taro, #77-1
2-25
Entente with the Great Britain and Germany, and the Russo-Japanese Alliance  1901 (Meiji 34)  Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #382
2-26
Notes from the Front, No. 1  1904-05 (Meiji 37-38)  Papers of OYAMA Iwao, #23-8
2-27
KATSURA Taro Memorandum  1910 (Meiji 43)  Papers of KATSURA Taro, #112

Chapter3 Taisho Democracy

3-1-1
YAMAGATA Aritomo's Opinion Brief  Papers of KATSURA Taro, #65-1
3-1-2
Letter from UEHARA Yusaku to KATSURA Taro  17 November 1912 (Taisho 1)  Papers of KATSURA Taro, #65-1
3-2
Draft of General Principles and Platform of the Rikken Doshikai  24 February 1913 (Taisho 2)  Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #547
3-3
Account Summarizing the Meeting between Marquis INOUE and Count OKUMA  10 April 1914 (Taisho 3)  Papers of MOCHIZUKI Kotaro, #38
3-4
Account of Prime Minister OKUMA's Meeting with Four Genro  24 September 1914 (Taisho 3)  Papers of MOCHIZUKI Kotaro, #71
3-5
Opinion Brief on the Dispatch of Troops to Siberia  April 1918 (Taisho 7)  Papers of TERAUCHI Masatake, #447-33-(ロ)
3-6
1918 (Taisho 7) Diary   13 August 1918 (Taisho 7)  Papers of DEN Kenjiro, #24
3-7
Japan's Policy in Peace Conference  1918 (Taisho 7)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #291-1
3-8
Political Daily, Vol. One  8-17 September 1918 (Taisho 7)  Papers of MATSUMOTO Gokichi, #38
3-9
Resolution of the Nationwide Universal Manhood Suffrage Federation (Zenkoku Fusen Rengokai)  22 February 1920 (Taisho 9)  Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #649
3-10-1
Telegram from MATSUMOTO Gokichi to HIRATA Tosuke  4 November 1921 (Taisho 10)  Papers of HIRATA Tosuke, Document #136-8
3-10-2
Manuscript of Prime Minister's Inaugural Speech  21 January 1922 (Taisho 11)  Papers of TAKAHASHI Korekiyo, #125
3-11
Diary of 1923  1 September 1923 (Taisho 12)  Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #5-8
3-12
Notes on the Establishment of the KIYOURA Cabinet  January 1924 (Taisho 13)  Papers of MIZUNO Rentaro, #53
3-13-1
Draft of the three Factions' Committee's Decision on Universal Manhood Suffrage   1924 (Taisho 13)  Papers of OGAWA Heikichi, #792
3-13-2
Decision of Cabinet on Peace Preservation Law  February 1925 (Taisho 14)  Collection of National Archives of Japan
3-14-1
Gist of Speech Delivered at Rikken Minseito's Kansai Convention   November 1927 (Showa 2)  Papers of HAMAGUCHI Osachi, #6
3-14-2
"Major Policies of the Seiyukai"(Tokyo Nichinichi Shinbun)  15 February, 1928 (Showa 3)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-22
3-14-3
Principles and Charter of the Rikken Minseito Prior to the First Manhood Suffrage Election (Tokyo Nichinichi Shinbun)  16 February 1928 (Showa 3)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-34
3-14-4
Election Guideline (Home Ministry)  1928 (Showa 3)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-11
3-14-5
Election Poster  1928 (Showa 3)  Collection of Ohara Social Research Institute, Hosei University
3-15
Measure and Report of the Japan Ronoto Party Headquarters, Presented at Its First National Convention  27 November 1927 (Showa 2)  Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #1
3-16
Diary of HAMAGUCHI Osachi  2 July 1929 (Showa 4)  Papers of HAMAGUCHI Osachi, #2
3-17-1
Full Account of Japan's Position at the London Conference  7 June 1930 (Showa 5)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #514
3-17-2
SHIDEHARA Kijuro's Letter to MAKINO Nobuaki  7 June 1930 (Showa 5)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #514
3-17-3
Kitsugai Shimatsu (A Memoir)  3 May 1937 (Showa 12)  Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #34
3-18
Daily Log of the 59th Diet Proceedings  March 18, 1931 (Showa 6)  Papers of OKI Misao, #183

Chapter4 Crisis in Constitutional Politics

4-1
Army Disarmament and Prince SAIONJI [1] 11th (iii) to (vi), from HARADA Kumao's Diary  23 September 1931 (Showa 6)  Papers of HARADA Kumao, #2-15 to #2-18
4-2
Memorandum of SAIONJI Kinmochi  19 May 1932 (Showa 7)  Papers of HARADA Kumao, #18
4-3
Diet Revitalization and Discipline Blueprint  15 July 1932 (Showa 7)  Papers of OKI Misao, #7
4-4
Biboroku ("Diary"), Vol. 7  12 March 1935 (Showa 10)  Papers of MASAKI Jinzaburo, #2743
4-5
Memorandum on the Army Purge, MURANAKA Koji and ISOBE Asaichi  11 July 1935 (Showa 10)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1201
4-6
Clean Election Women's Federation's Agreement Patriotic Women's Association, Appealing to the 40 Million Women of Japan for Clean Elections  August 1935 (Showa 10)  Papers of SAITO Makoto, #158-20
4-7
Army Minister Bulletin  26 February 1936 (Showa 11)  Papers of KONO Tsukasa, #2
4-8-1
Memorial Declining the Imperial Order to Form a Cabinet (Manuscript)  January 29, 1937 (Showa 12)   Papers of UGAKI Kazushige, #150
4-8-2
"Extra!", Hochi Shinbun  January 29, 1937 (Showa 12)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1173
4-9
Declaration, 6th Convention of the Shakai Taishuto  15 November 1937 (Showa 12)  Papers of HAYASHI Torao, #10-108
4-10-1
Representative SAITO's Statements Ignoring Admonition  February 1940 (Showa 15)  Papers of OKI Misao, #45-17
4-10-2
Kampo (Official Gazette) Gogai (Extra) , Stenographic Record of Legislative Proceedings of the 75th Session of the Imperial Diet House of Representatives number Five, Number Six  3 and 4 February 1940 (Showa 15)  Collection of Parliamentary Documents and Official Publications Room (Please use duplication<BZ-6-15>)
4-10-3
Excised Portion of SAITO Takao's Speech  February 1940 (Showa 15)  Papers of OKI Misao, #45-5
4-11-1
Diary of ARIMA Yoriyasu  4 June 1940 (Showa 15)  Papers of ARIMA Yoriyasu, #98-9
4-11-2
Notification of Disbandment of Political Parties  July-August 1940 (Showa 15)  Collection of House of Representatives Secretariat
4-12
Basic Plan for Realizing the Taisei Yokusankai   14 December 1940 (Showa 15)  Papers of NAKAHARA Kinji, #81
4-13-1
Letter from KONOE Fumimaro to ARITA Hachiro  3 August 1941 (Showa 16)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1159
4-13-2
Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to MAKINO Nobuaki  1 December 1941 (Showa 16)  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Letter #659-41
4-14
Proceedings of the General Convention Establishing the Imperial Rule Assistance Political Association: General Outline of Bylaws of Imperial Rule Assistance Political Association Proclamation; the Platform  20 May 1942 (Showa 17)  Papers of NAKAHARA Kinji, #353
4-15
Overview of Great Japan Women's Association  July 1943 (Showa 18)  Papers of NAKAHARA Kinji, #517
4-16
Daily Logs of September-October 1944 (Showa 19)  2 September 1944 (Showa 19)  Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #10-5
4-17
Diary of TAKAGI Sokichi  5 May to 17 August 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of TAKAGI Sokichi, #10
4-18-1
Air Defense Manual  December 1941 (Showa 16)  Papers of ARAI Zentaro, #1871
4-18-2
Folding Fan  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1278
4-19-1
National Mobilization Plan for 1942 (Showa 17)  26 May 1942 (Showa 17)  Papers of KASHIWABARA Hyotaro, #21
4-19-2
Revised Outline of Resource Mobilization Plan for 1944 (Showa 19) (Appended to Supply Capacity Blueprint)  October 20, 1943 (Showa 18)  Papers of KASHIWABARA Hyotaro, #56-5
4-20-1
OKI's Account of the War Devastation of 16 May - 8 June and 14 July 1945 (Showa 20)  26 May 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of OKI Misao, #204-11
4-20-2
Tactical Mission Report Mission No.183  May 25, 1945 (Showa 20)  Microfilm USB-5 Roll No.4(Original Collection: United States National Archives)
4-20-3
Mission Summary Mission Number 183  May 25, 1945 (Showa 20)  Microfilm USB-15 Roll No.3(Original Collection: United States National Archives)
4-21-1
Pamphlets Dropped by U.S. Military on Japan  July and August 1945 (Showa 20)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1235
4-21-2
Hiroshima Reconstruction: Urban Planning Map for Street Network and Park Layout (1:20,000 scale)  December 1946 (Showa 21)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1220
4-21-3
Nagasaki City Map (1:10,000 scale)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1221

Chapter5 Reconstruction of Japan

5-1
Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to KURUSU Saburo  27 August 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of HARADA Kumao, #54-14
5-2-1
Interpellation on Measures to be Taken by the Government to Clarify the Causes Leading the Unfavorable End of the Great East Asian War and Assessing Responsibility  4 September 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, Document #160
5-2-2
Reflections on the Government's Defense of Its Position  1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, Document #161
5-3-1
U.S. Initial Post-Surrender Policy for Japan (SWNCC150/4/A)  21 September 1945  Microfiche Sheet No. TS 00322 (Original Collection: United States National Archives (RG331))
5-3-2
Memorandum for: Imperial Japanese Government. Through: Central Liaison Office, Tokyo. Subject: Removal of Restrictions on Political, Civil, and Religious Liberties.(SCAPIN-93)  4 October 1945  Microfilm SCA-1 Roll No. 2 (Original Collection: United States National Archives (RG331))
5-4-1
Record of Preparation for the Formation of the New Japan Liberal Party  23 August 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #12
5-4-2
Akahata, Vol. 1  20 October 1945 (Showa 20)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1340-1
5-4-3
Declaration  2 November 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #419
5-4-4
Platform of the Japan Progressive Party  December 1945 (Showa 20)  Papers of TSURUMI Yusuke, Document #238
5-4-5
Political Parties in Japan  11 October 1945  Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-02522 (Original Collection: United States National Archives (RG331))
5-4-6
Political Parties in Japan: Developments during the Week Ending 17 November 1945  17 November 1945  Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-02521 (Original Collection: United States National Archives (RG331))
5-5-1
Poster from the First Postwar General Election  1946 (Showa 21)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1277
5-5-2
House of Councilors Candidate Poster  1947 (Showa 22)  Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-16
5-5-3
Draft of Election Campaign Speech  March 1946 (Showa 21)  Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #416-1
5-5-4
Recommendation Letter  March 1946 (Showa 21)  Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #418
5-6-1
Outline of Constitutional Reform  8 February 1946 (Showa 21)  Papers of SATO Tatsuo, #22
5-6-2
Constitution of Japan (GHQ Draft)  13 Febrary 1946 (Showa 21)   Papers of SATO Tatsuo, #31
5-6-3
Outline of a Draft for a Revised Constitution  6 March 1946 (Showa 21)  Papers of SATO Tatsuo, #46
5-7-1
Memorandum for: Imperial Japanese Government. Through: Central Liaison Office, Tokyo. Subject: Removal and Exclusion of Undesirable Personnel from Public Office   4 January 1946  Microfilm SCA-1 Roll No.2 (Original Collection: United States National Archives (RG331))
5-7-2
"The Showa 21 Diary"  4 May 1946 (Showa 21) Entry  Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #10-12
5-8-1
Memorandum for: Imperial Japanese Government. Through: Central Liaison Office, Tokyo. Subject: Elimination of War Profits and Reorganization of National Finance  24 November 1945  Microfilm SCA-1 Roll No.2 (Original Collection: United States National Archives)
5-8-2
On the Investigation into My Qualifications  April 1947 (Showa 22)  Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #443-1
5-8-3
Letter of Resignation  17 May 1947 (Showa 22)  Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #443-2
5-9-1
Letter of YOSHIDA Shigeru to MAKINO Nobuaki  3 May [1947 (Showa 22)]  Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Letter #659-54
5-9-2
[General MacArthur's Statement]  24 May 1947  Microfilm MMA-10 Roll No.1 (Original Collection: MACARTHUR Memorial Museum)
5-10
Recommendations with Respect to U.S.Policy toward Japan (NSC13/2)  7 October 1948  Microfiche Sheet No. TRUMAN-4847 (Original Collection: President Truman Library)
5-11-1
Why Object to Being Fired?  12 May 1949 (Showa 24)  Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #1978
5-11-2
"Documents Related to the Inaugural Rally of the General Council of Trade Unions of Japan: Statement of Purposes, Inaugural Rally"  11-12 July 1950 (Showa 25)  Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #1987
5-12
[Douglas MacArthur's Letter to Prime Minister]  6 June 1950  Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-01751 (Original Collection: United States National Archives)
5-13-1
Reflections on the Police Reserve, ASHIDA Hitoshi  Circa 1951 (Showa 26)  Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, Document #356
5-13-2
[Douglas MacArthur's Letter to Prime Minister]  8 July 1950  Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-01751 (Original Collection: United States National Archives)
5-14
The Decision on the Stance to Take toward Both the Peace and Security Treaties  October 1951 (Showa 26)  Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #2325

Chapter6 Establishment of 1955 System

6-1
New diary, 1950~1952 11 June 1951 (Showa 26) Papers of ISHII Mitsujiro, #31
6-2
Platform of Japan Reform Party, declaration, release of policy guidelines, and others February 1952 (Showa 27) Papers of TSURUMI Yusuke, #264
6-3-1
Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to HAYASHI Joji and MASUTANI Shuji 5 September 1952 (Showa 27) Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #34-10
6-3-2
Letter from HATOYAMA Ichiro to YOSHIDA Shigeru 30 November 1952 (Showa 27) Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #5-11
6-3-3
Statement declaring separation from the Liberal Party 14 March 1953 (Showa 28) Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #19-1
6-3-4
Itinerary of election campaign for April 1953 general election April 1953 (Showa 28) Papers of ANZAI Shosuke, #16-15
6-4-1
Preparatory meeting for launching new party Apr.-Nov. 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #583
6-4-2
Senior officials of committee for launching new party 17 November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #392
6-4-3
Draft platform 19 November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #393
6-4-4
Draft declaration, resolution and guideline for new party's organizational structure (draft) November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #394
6-4-5
Party rules and codes for Japan Democratic Party (draft) November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #395
6-4-6
Policy guideline (draft) November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #396
6-4-7
Report by new party-naming committee November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #397
6-4-8
Declaration for inaugurating Japan Democratic Party, party platform, policy guideline, party rules and codes 24 November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #398
6-5
Suggestion to Prime Minister (at Cabinet meeting) 22 November 1954 (Showa 29) Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #98
6-6-1
Paper declaring unification of two Japan Socialist Party factions, read out at the party's meeting 13 October 1955 (Showa 30) Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1268
6-6-2
Party platform of Japan Socialist Party, party policies, and party guideline 13 October 1955 (Showa 30) Papers of HUJIMAKI Shinpei, #31
6-7-1
Diary from the end of March 1955 to September 15, 1955 19 August 1955 (Showa 30) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #25
6-7-2
Draft agenda at the meeting for launching new party 15 November 1955 (Showa 30) Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #415
6-7-3
Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to HAYASHI Joji and IKEDA Hayato 15 November 1955 (Showa 30) Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #34-17
6-8-1
Memoranda related to Japan-Soviet negotiations 3-12 September 1956 (Showa 31) Papers of NOMURA Kichisaburo, #921
6-8-2
Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to HAYASHI Joji 25 September 1956 (Showa 31) Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #34-15
6-9
Autographs for campaign speech January 1957 (Showa 32) Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #563
6-10
Paper listing demands on Diet proceedings 4 November 1958 (Showa 33) Papers of SUZUKI Takao, #59-2
6-11
Greeting letter following visit to P.R. China October 1959 (Showa 34) Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #675-26
6-12
Platform issue January 1960 (Showa 35) Materials belonged to the International Bureau of the Democratic Socialist Party, #313
6-13-1
Notebook New Japan-U.S. Security Treaty (1) April 1960 (Showa 35) Papers of ISHIBASHI Masashi, #72
6-13-2
Autograph for question and answer at the House of Representatives' special committee on the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty (1) May 1960 (Showa 35) Papers of ISHIBASHI Masashi, #1
6-13-3
Diary by House of Representatives Secretary General 19 May 1960 (Showa 35) Papers of SUZUKI Takao, #27
6-13-4
Letter from EISENHOWER to KISHI Nobusuke 2 June 1960 (Showa 35) Papers of KISHI Nobusuke, #19-7
6-13-5
Speech autograph in which dissolution of the Diet was demanded June 1960 (Showa 35) Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #2457
6-13-6
Comments that Japan Socialist Party Chairman ASANUMA made in Osaka 7 October 1960 (Showa 35) Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, Document (2) #212
6-14
Manuscript of Prime Minister IKEDA's keynote speech (economic portion) 27 September 1961 (Showa 36) Papers of TAKAHASHI Kamekichi, #2707

Chapter1 Initial Steps toward a Constitutional State

Note: The National Diet Library call numbers are in [ ] brackets.

Chap.1
Portrait of students dispatched to Holland Bakumatsu Meika Shashinshu / Collection of Rare Books and Old Materials Room of the National Diet Library [寄別6-3-4-7 Nega-film Call no.YDA4586]
Chap.1
Draft of Petition for the Establishment of a Popularly elected Assembly (three versions), [January 1874 (Meiji 7)] Papers of FURUSAWA Uro, #13
1-1
Perry Torai Ezu Harimaze Byobu / Collection of the Historiographical Institute, the University of Tokyo
1-3
The first students dispatched abroad by the Tokugawa shogunate, in 1862 (Bunkyu 2) / Bakumatsu Meika Shashinshu / Collection of Rare Books and Old Materials Room of the National Diet Library [寄別6-3-4-7 Nega-film Call no.YDA4586]
1-4
Akasaka kari kokyo oyobi dajokan shinkei / Collection of the Waseda University Library
1-5
MIYAJIMA Seiichiro Yamagatashijo no Jinbutsu / Goto Kaichi. Ikubundo Shoten, 1965 [281.25-G69s]
1-6
AOKI Shuzo Aoki Nojo to Aoki Shuzo Nasu Bettei / Okada Yoshiharu, Iso Shinobu. Zuisosha, 2001 [KA81-G166]
1-7
Major figures of the Iwakura Mission Mezurashii Shashin / Nagami Tokutaro. (ed.) Suikodo, 1932 [423-457]
1-7
Hotel and Opera House in Berlin Tokumei Zenken Taishi Beio Kairan Jikki / Kume Kunitake. (ed.) Hakubunsha, 1878 [YDM22194]
1-8
1873 (Meiji 6) Political Upheaval (at center is an artist's conception) Bakumatsu, Meiji, Taisho Kaiko 80 nenshi no.1-24 / Toyo Bunka Kyokai, 1935-1937 [210.6-To591b]
1-9
"Nisshin Shinjishi" in which was printed "The Petition calling for the Establishment of a Popularly-elected Assembly" Issue no.206 of "Nisshin Shinjishi" / Geishikutsusha 1874.1.18 Collection of Newspaper Reading Room fo the National Diet Library [Shin-540 Call No.YB-184]
1-10
The restaurant, Kagairo that served as the venue for the Osaka Conference Hanatsuzuki. Kazoku de Tsuzuru Kagairo Monogatari. Tokumitsu Takashi 33kaiki wo Mukaete / Tokumitsu Kiyoko. Chishonoya Honpo, 2005 [Y94-H13619]
1-10
Framed placard of the Kagairo drawn by KIDO Takayoshi with brush Hanatsuzuki. Kazoku de Tsuzuru Kagairo Monogatari. Tokumitsu Takashi 33kaiki wo Mukaete / Tokumitsu Kiyoko. Chishonoya Honpo, 2005 [Y94-H13619]
1-11
Dozo and Tabaru Slope (Hikoma Ueno taking a picture) Mezurashii shashin / Nagami Tokutaro. (ed.) Suikodo, 1932 [423-457]
1-12
Scene of Risshisha Risshisha. Sono Katsudo to Kenpo Soan. Zuroku Heise 10nendo Tokubetsuten / Kochi Shiritsu Jiyu Minken Kinenkan, 1998 [GB415-G26] Original Collection of the Library of Kochi City
1-13
Minkento "boe" "Dan Dan Chinbun"issue no.146 / Chinbunkan. (ed.), 1880.2.7 (Please use duplication published by Honpo Shoseki [Z13-2488])
1-13
Petition Requesting Permission to Establish a National Assembly From "Dan Dan Chinbun" issue no.166 / Chinbunkan. (ed.), 1880.6.26 (Please use duplication published by Honpo Shoseki [Z13-2488])
1-14
UEKI Emori Ueki Emori Shu Volume 1 / Ienaga Saburo (ed.) Iwanami Shoten, 1990 [US21-E22]

Chapter2 Evolution of the Meiji State

Chap.2
Nishiki-e of the constitution promulgation celemony, depicted by YOSHU Chikanobu  (Meiji 22) Nishiki-e ni Miru Meiji Tenno to Meiji jidai / Tanba Tsuneo. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1966 [721.8-Ta844n]
Chap.2
ITO Hirobumi and OKUMA Shigenobu, at ITO's villa in Oiso. Okumako 85nenshi Vol.2 / Okumako 85nenshi hensankai, 1926 [554-92]
2-1
Commemorative photograph of (1st) prefecutural governor's council representatives, 1875 (Meiji 8) Mede Miru Gikai Seiji 100nenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin (eds.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
2-2
Nishiki-e of Meiji dignitaries, depicted by YAMAZAKI Toshinobu, September 1877 (Meiji 10) Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1133
2-3
OKUMA Shigenobu and Hong Kong Governor John Pope Hennessy Okuma-haku 100wa / Emori Taikichi. (ed.) Jitsugyo no Nihonsha, 1909 [YDM6542]
2-4
IWAKURA Tomomi Kensei Hiroku: Meiji, Taisho, Showa / Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room of the National Diet Library (ed.) Sangyo Keizai Shinbunsha, 1959 [312.1-Ko548k]
2-5
ITO Hirobumi in Berlin during his constitutional study mission to Europe, 1882 (Meiji 15) Ito Hirobumi Hiroku. Zoku / Hiratsuka Atsushi. (ed.) Shunjusha, 1930 [594-18]
2-6
Imperial edict inaugurating the cabinet system, December 23, 1885 (Meiji 18) Collection of the National Archives of Japan
2-6
Government buildings for Grand Council of State (Dajokan) and Cabinet Kensei Hiroku: Meiji, Taisho, Showa / Modern Japanese Political History Materials Roomof the National Diet Library (ed.) Sangyo Keizai Shinbunsha, 1959 [312.1-Ko548k]
2-7
Nishiki-e of Privy Council meeting, depicted by YOSHU Chikanobu, October 1888 (Meiji 21) Constitutional Government Documents Collection, # 1133
2-8
Photograph taken in Tokyo of the Sandai Jiken Kenpaku (November 1887), an early people's rights movement that advocated lower taxes, freedom of speech and assembly, and the rectification of diplomatic failures Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #346
2-9
Nishiki-e of Imperial Chariot decolated by phoenix in the celebration for the Constitution. depicted by YOSHU Chikanobu, 1889 (Meiji 22) / Yokoyama Ryohachi Shuppan, 1889 Collection of Rare Books and Old Materials Room of the National Diet Library [寄別7-3-1-6] available from NDL Digital Collections on the NDL's website
2-10
HOSHI Toru, circa July 24, 1892 (Meiji 25) Papers of HOSHI Toru, #195
2-10
KONO Hironaka, Summer of 1890 (Meiji 23) Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #1595
2-11
Article introducing MUTSU Munemitsu in the "Shugiin Giin Shozo fu Shoden", supplement to the Mainichi Shinbun issue of July 10, 1890, or Meiji 23 Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1342
2-12
Interior of the Imperial Diet Building (first building) Shashin no Rekishi nyumon part.1 "Tanjo" Aratanashikaku no Hajimari / Mitsui Keiji, Collection of the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Shinchosha, 2005 [KC741-H6]
2-13
SHINAGAWA Yajiro, then Home Minister Shinagawa shishakuden / Murata Minejiro. Dainihon tosho, 1910 [YDM6884]
2-13
Members of the Tosa People's Party resisting election interference Kensei Hiroku: Meiji, Taisho, Showa / Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room of the National Diet Library (ed.) Sangyo Keizai Shinbunsha, 1959 [312.1-Ko548k]
2-14
Naval Minister KABAYAMA Sukenori Kinsei Meishi Shashin / Kinse Meishi Shashin Hanpukai, 1934-35 [427-53] available from exhibition "Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures" on the NDL's website
2-15
Nishiki-e  of a meeting in Imperial Diet, depicted by YOSHU Chikanobu, 1891 (Meiji 24) Collection of Parliamentary Museum
2-16
Aerial view of Imperial Diet Building at time of its completion in 1936 (Showa 11) Teikoku Gikai Gijido Kenchiku no Gaiyo / Okurasho Eizen Kanzaikyoku. 1936 [722-17]
2-16
View of the hammering of tacks on the tower section of the Imperial Diet Building during the roof-raising ceremony Teikoku Gikai Gijido Kenchiku no Gaiyo / Okurasho Eizen Kanzaikyoku. 1936 [722-17]
2-17
ITO Hirobumi and OKUMA Shigenobu, at ITO's villa in Oiso Okuma KO 85nen Shi. Vol.2 / Okuma KO 85nen Shi Hensankai. (ed.)Okurasho Eizen Kanzaikyoku, 1926 [554-92]
2-18
Ceremony launching Tohoku District Office of the Kenseito in Sendai, April 1899 (Meiji32) Papers of HOSHI Toru, #292
2-19
Photograph from the time of establishment of the Rikken Seiyukai (October 3, 1900 (Meiji 33)) Rikken Seiyukaishi Vol.1 / Kobayashi Yugo (ed.) Rikken Seiyukaishi Hensanbu, 1924 [512-221]
2-20
Founders of the Social Democratic Party Kotoku Shusui Zenshu. Supplement volume. Taigyaku Jiken Album. Kotoku Shusui to sono Shuhen / Kotoku Shusui Henshu Iinkai. Meiji Bunken, 1972 [308-Ko676k]
2-21
Saionji Kinmochi in front of Party of Political Friends headquarters Saionji Kinmochi Den. Supplement Volume 2 / Ritsumeikan Daigaku Saionji Kinmochi Den Hensan Iinkai. (ed.) Iwanami Shoten, 1997 [GK123-E61]
2-22
In commemoration of his full recovery after a major operation following the bombing attempt on his life, OKUMA Shigenobu is shown surrounded by close family members and nurses at the Foreign Minister's Residence Okuma Haku 100wa / Emori Taikichi. (ed.) Jitsugyo no Nihonsha, 1909 [YDM6542]
2-23
MUTSU in his later years (at his villa in Oiso) Mutsu Munemitsu  / Sakazaki Shiran. Hakubunkan, 1898 [YDM7408]
2-24
American, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Austrian military officers at the Peking International Club Hokushin Jihen Shashincho / Daigo Shidan Shireibu. (photo.) ; Ogawa Kazumasa (ed.), 1902 [YDM2929]
2-25
HAYASHI Tadasu, who rendered services in the creation of the (1st) Anglo-Japanese Alliance The secret memoirs of Count Tadasu Hayashi, G.C.V.O. / edited by A.M. Pooley. London : Eveleigh Nash, 1915 [210-253]
2-26
Two admirals and six generals surrounding YAMAGATA Aritomo, on his inspection tour to Mukden, Manchuria 26 July 1905 Papers of OYAMA Iwao, #62-18
2-27
ITO Hirobumi, Governor-General of Korea just before the assassination at Harupin Station Papers of SHICHIJO Kiyomi, #76
2-27
State funeral for ITO Hirobumi in the vicinity of Kasumigaseki 1909 (Meiji 42) Ko Ito Koshaku Kokuso Shashincho / Ogawa Kazumasa (photo) Ogawa Shashin Seisakujo, 1909 [YDM6431]

Chapter3 Taisho Democracy

Chap.3
Ruined Ypres, Belgium after the World War I  Taisho period Document Showa Vol.1 / NHK "Document Showa" Shuzaihan (ed,) Kadokawa Shoten, 1986 [GB511-196]
Chap.3
Crowd assembled before the House of Representatives gate, February 5, 1913 (Taisho 2) Mede Miru Gikai Seiji 100nenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin (eds.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
3-1
UEHARA Yusaku 1908 (Meiji 41) Gensui Uehara Yusaku Den Vol.1 / Gensui Uehara Yusaku Denki Kankokai, 1938 [739-102]
3-1
Crowd assembled before the House of Representatives gate, February 5, 1913 (Taisho 2) Mede Miru Gikai Seiji 100nenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin (eds.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
3-2
Rikken Doshikai's Ceremony of inauguration, December 23, 1913 (Taisho 2) Kenseikaishi / Yokoyama Katsutaro (ed.) Kenseikaishi Hensanjo, 1926 [315.1-Ke119k]
3-3
Reshuffled OKUMA Cabinet Ningen Okuma Shigenobu / Gorai Kinzo Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1938 [717-180]
3-4
Japanese troops entering the city walls of German-controlled Tsingtao (Qingdao), China, November 1914 (Taisho 3) Sekai Taisen Shashincho / Kitagawa Yoshinosuke (ed.) Minichi Tsushinsha Shuppannbu, 1915 [YD5-H-411-2]
3-5
Japanese Naval Brigade (landing force) marching through Vladivostok, August 16, 1918 (Taisho 7) Zusetsu Showa no Rekishi Vol.2 / Showa no Rekishi Kankokai (ed.). Shueisha, 1979 [GB511-91]
3-6
Burnt-out remains of Suzuki Store in Kobe, August 12, 1918 (Taisho 7) Gaho Kindai 100nen Shi Vol.4 / Nihon Kindaishi Kenkyukai (ed.) Kokusai Bunka Johosha 1951-1952 [210.6-N685k]
3-7
Commemorative photograph of Ambassador Plenipotentiary SAIONJI Kinmochi and his retinue after the Paris Peace Conference, taken at the Hotel Le Bristol in Paris, June 1920 (Taisho 9) Zuroku Nihon Gaiko Taikan / Asahi Shinbunsha, 1936 [319.1-A839n]
3-8
Prime Minister HARA and his cabinet ministers, Taisho period (1912-26) Hara Takashi Zenshu. Vol.2 / Hara Takashi Zenshu Kankokai, 1929 [594-75]
3-9
OZAKI Yukio calling for the immediate implementation of universal manhood suffrage, February 11, 1920 (Taisho 9) Mede Miru Gikai Seiji 100nenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin (eds.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
3-10
Great Japan Political Party Map Imai Seiichi's collection deposited to the Yokohama Archives of History
3-10
Washington Naval Disarmament Conference, 1921 (Taisho 10) Zuroku Nihon Gaiko Taikan / Asahi Shinbunsha, 1936 [319.1-A839n]
3-11
Earthquake fissures in the Uchibori ("Inner Moat") Hibiya Umitate ("Landfill") Road in Tokyo (also known as the "Marunouchi Victory Road"), circa 1923 Collection of the National Science Museum
3-11
Nihonbashi Street in Tokyo after the Great Kanto Earthquake (circa 1923) Kanto Daishinsai Kinen / Kido Seiei Taiseisha, 1924 [YD5-H-415-25]
3-12
Photograph of INUKAI Tsuyoshi, TAKAHASHI Korekiyo, KATO Takaaki, and OZAKI Yukio Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1229
3-13
Movement opposing the Peace Preservation Law Nihon 100nen no Kiroku. Shashin Zusetsu. Vol.2 / Konishi Siro (eds.) Kodansha, 1960 [210.6-Ko628n2]
3-15
Planning the convention of the Rodo Nominto (Labor-Farmer Party), December 1926 (Taisho 15) Miwa Soju no Shogai / Miwa Soju Denki Kankokai, 1966 [289.1-M584]
3-16
Ministers of HAMAGUCHI Cabinet, 2 July 1929 (Showa 4) Mede Miru Gikai Seiji 100nenshi/ Shugiin, Sangiin (eds.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
3-17
Movement protesting the London Naval Conference 3 April 18, 1930 (Showa 5) Zusetsu Kokumin no Rekishi. Vol.15 /  Kindai Nihonshi Kenkyukai. Kokubunsha, 1964 [210.6-N685k2]
3-18
Prime Minister HAMAGUCHI met disaster March 1931 (Showa 6) Tekikokushugi to Minponshugi / Takeda Haruhito. Shueisha, 1992 [GB71-E54]

Chapter4 Crisis in Constitutional Politics

Chap.4
2.26 Incident on 1936. The Sanno Hotel at Akasaka occupied by insurgent troops Zusetsu Kokumin no Rekishi. Kindai Nihon no 100nen Vol.17. Kokumin Seishin Sodoin / Nihon Kindaishi Kenkyukai (ed.) Kokubunsha, 1964 [210.6-N685k2]
Chap.4
Money (gold) mobilized by the government Poster Collection contributed by Okada Akio, #4-6
4-1
Japanese Army atop the Xiaoximen (Small Western Gate) of the inner city walls of Mukden (now Shenyang), Manchuria, China Manshu Jihen Shashincho / Kokubo Chishiki Fukyukai (ed.) Shobunsha, 1931 [419-204]
4-2
Prime Minister SAITO Minoru and cabinet ministers making a toast in the inner courtyard of the Prime Minister's Residence before the first cabinet meeting Showa Niman'nichi no Zen Kiroku. Vol.3 Hijoji Nihon Showa 7nen - 9nen / Kodansha, 1989 [GB511-E43]
4-3
AKITA Kiyoshi (commemorative oil painting of House of Representative speaker, painted by KUMAOKA Yoshihiko) (September 1933 (Showa 8)) Akita Kiyoshi / Akita Kiyoshi Denki Kankokai, 1969 [GK33-3]
4-4
MINOBE Tatsukichi at his home, reading up a manuscript for media corps 2 February 1935 (Showa 10) Shinbun Rengo Shashin News Vol.1935 no. 9 / Shinbun Rengosha, 1935.9 [雑53-52]
4-5
Masaki Zinzaburo Masaki Zinzaburo Nikki. Showa 7, 8, 9nen 1gatsu - Showa 10nen 2gatsu / Ito Takashi et al. (eds.) Yamakawa Shuppansha, 1981 (Kindai Nihon Shiryo Sensho 1-1) [GB521-227]
4-5
Hayashi Senjuro Rekidai Shushoto Shashin / [Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1142] available from exhibition "Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures" on the NDL's website
4-7
Security under the martial law / Kokusai Shashin Joho Vol.15 No.4 / Kokusai Johosha, 1936.4 [Z051.4-Ko3]
4-8
Army General UGAKI Kazushige announcing his declining of the Imperial Order to form a cabinet Showa Niman'nichi no Zen Kiroku. Vol.4 Nicchu Senso heno Michi. Showa 10nen- 12nen /Kodansha, 1989 [GB511-E43]
4-9
Great jubilation at the headquarters of the Socialist Masses (Popular) Party, which won a landslide in the February 20, 1936 (Showa 11) general election (front row, R to L, ASANUMA Inejiro, KONO Mitsu, ABE Iso'o, ASO Hisashi) Kokusa Shashin Joho Vol.15 No.4 /Kokusai Johosha, 1936.4. [Z051.4-Ko3]
4-10
SAITO Takao's anti-military speech Nihon 100nen no Kiroku Shashin Zusetsu. Vol.3 Gendai no Tenbo / Konishi Shiro et al (eds.) Kodansha, 1961 [210.6-Ko628n2]
4-11
KONOE Fumimaro on his way to the Imperial Court, July 17, 1940 (Showa 15) Showa Niman'nichi no Zen Kiroku Vol.5 Ichioku no Shintaisei Showa13nen - 15nen / Kodansha, 1989 [GB511-E43]
4-12
Opening celemony of the extraordinary central cooperation forum of the Taisei Yokusankai (Imperial Rule Assistance Association) Yokusan Kokumin Undoshi / Yokusan Undoshi Kankokai, 1954 [312.1-Y751y]
4-13
Wheeler Army Airport flaming / Daitoa Kyoeiken Shashin Taikan / Tetsudo Kogakukai, 1944 [GB531-20]
4-15
Voluntary service activities carried out by the Japanese Women's Patriotic Labor Association (Great Japan Women's League), Tokushima Prefecture Branch Aikoku, Kokubo Fujin Undo Shiryoshu. Vol.9 Dainihon Fujinkai Kiin Katsudo Jokyo Shashincho / Nihon Tosho Center, 1996 [GB631-G4] Duplication of original published by Dainihon Fujinkai, 1944
4-16
Formation of a new cabinet, with Generals KOISO Kuniaki and YONAI Mitsumasa shown going to the Imperial Palace Kokusai Shashin Joho Vol.23 No.8 / Kokusai Johosha, 1944.8. [Z051.4-Ko3]
4-17
TAKAGI Sokichi Papers of TAKAGI Sokichi, #53
4-18
Local neighborhood associations fully mobilized to plant fields on Showa-dori street in Kanda and Nihonbashi Wards, Tokyo Jugo no Senka / Johokyoku, Shashinkyokai. (eds) Ikuei Shuppan, 1944 [E210.75-Sh13ウ]
4-19
Money (gold) mobilized by the government Poster Collection contributed by Okada Akio, #4-6
4-21
Mushroom cloud rising above Nagasaki after explosion of atomic bomb Asahi Cronicle Shukan 20seiki. Nihonjin no 100nen Part1 (1945)  / Asahi Shinbunsha, 1999 [GB411-G117] Collection of the Japan Peace Museum

Chapter5 Reconstruction of Japan

Chap.5
Policeman and MP control trafic at the intersection of Ginza 4chome ,1946 (Showa 21) Tsukon no Showa. Graphic Report / Ishikawa Koyo. Iwanami Shoten, 1988 [GB511-E21]
Chap.5
The opening ceremony of the Japan Peace Treaty Conference, held in the San Francisco Opera House, September 4, 1951 (Showa 26) Yoshida Naikaku / Yoshida Naikaku Kankokai (eds.) Yoshida Naikaku Kankoukai, 1954 [312.1-Y851-Y]
5-1
American soldier destroying weapons of the Japanese Army Zusetsu Don. Brown to Showa no Nihon. Collection de Miru Senji, Senryo Seisaku / Yokohama Kokusai Kankeishi Kenkyukai, Yokohama Kaiko Shiryokan (eds.) Yurindo, 2005 [A99-ZU-H36] Collection of the Yokohama Archives of History
5-1
YOSHIDA Shigeru / The Birth of Constitution, National Diet Library Website
5-2
Signing ceremony for Japan's surrender on the deck of the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay Haiboku wo Dakishimete. Dainiji Taisen go no Nihonjin Vol.1 / John Dower ; Miura Yoichi, Takasugi Tadaaki (Trans.) Revised ed. Iwanami Shoten, 2004 [GB561-H15]
5-2
ASHIDA Hitoshi / The Birth of Constitution, National Diet Library Website
5-3
Daichi Seimei Billding where the GHQ settled Mede Miru Gikai Seiji 100nenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin (eds.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
5-4
Convention launching Japan Socialist Party, November 2, 1945 (Showa 20) Nihon Shakaitoshi / Nihon Shakaitoshi Hensankai, 1962 [315.1-N688n]
5-6
Convention by citizens of Tokyo celebrating promulgation of the constitution 3 November 1946 (Showa 21) / The Birth of Constitution, National Diet Library Website
5-7
HATOYAMA Ichiro Hatoyama Ichiro Kaoru Nikki Vol.1 / Hatoyama Ichiro. Ito Takashi, Suetake Yoshiya (eds.) Chuo Koron Shinsha, 1994 [GK49-G43]
5-8
ISHIBASHI Tanzan Ishibashi Tanzan Nikki Vol.1 / Ishibashi Tanichi, Ito Takashi (eds.) Misuzu Shobo, 2001 [GK62-G68]
5-9
KATAYAMA Tetsu / The Birth of Constitution, National Diet Library Website
5-10
George F. KENNAN Lenin, Stalin to Seiho Sekai / George F. Kennan ; Kawabata Matsundo, Oka Toshitaka (Trans.) Miraisha, 1970[A99-R5-4]
5-11
Inaugural Conference of the General Council of Trade Unions in Japan, July 11-12, 1950 (Showa25) (poster) Collection of Ohara Social Research Institute, Hosei University
5-12
Students pouring into University of Tokyo campus, site of the "General Indignation Meeting Condemning the Red Purge," October 5, 1950 (Showa 25) Showa Niman'nichi no Zen Kiroku Vol.9. Dokuritsu - Reisen no Hazamade Showa 25nen - 27nen / Kodansha, 1989 [GB511-E43]
5-14
Full scene of the opening ceremony of the Japan Peace Treaty Conference, held in the San Francisco Opera House, September 4, 1951 (Showa 26) Yoshida Naikaku / Yoshida Naikaku Kankokai, 1954 [312.1-Y851-Y]
5-14
8th Extraordinary Convention of the Japan Socialist Party, October 23, 1951 (Showa 26) Nihon Shakaitoshi / Nihon Shakaitoshi Hensankai,, 1962 [315.1-N688n]

Chapter6 Establishment of 1955 System

Chap.6
YOSHIDA Shigeru and HATOYAMA Ichiro. Mainichi Gurafu no.186 / Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1953.11.17 [Z23-6]
Chap.6
Meeting to unify Japan Socialist Party. Me de Miru Gikaiseiji Hyakunenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin. (ed.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
Chap.6
Meeting to inaugurate Liberal Democratic Party. Showa Nimannichi no Zenkiroku vol.10 / Kodansha, 1990 [GB511-E43]
6-1
Celebratory drink at residence of HATOYAMA after his purge of undesirables from public office was lifted. Showa Nimannichi no Zenkiroku vol.9 / Kodansha, 1989 [GB511-E43]
6-1
ISHII Mitsujiro. Kaiso Hachiju Hachinen / Karucha Shuppansha, 1976 [GK62-23]
6-2
President SHIGEMITSU Mamoru of Japan Reform Party at Party meeting (June 1952). Gurafikku Kara Showashi vol.11 / Kenshu Shuppan, 1977 [GB511-63]
6-3
Unscheduled Diet dissolution being announced by Chief Cabinet Secretary HORI Shigeru. Mainichi Gurafu no.132 / Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1952.9.20 [Z23-6]
6-3
Diet dissolution after passage of No-Confidence Motion against Cabinet. Gurafikku Kara Showashi vol.11 / Kenshu Shuppan, 1977 [GB511-63]
6-3
Meeting at residence of HATOYAMA among those seeking separation. Gurafikku Kara Showashi vol.11 / Kenshu Shuppan, 1977 [GB511-63]
6-4
Name of Party being written by MIKI Bukichi (General Council Chairman) and senior Party officials. Gurafikku Kara Showashi vol.11 / Kenshu Shuppan, 1977 [GB511-63]
6-5
YOSHIDA Shigeru on his way home just before resignation of his Cabinet. Mainichi Gurafu no.239 / Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1954.12.8 [Z23-6]
6-6
Japan Socialist Party Right Faction Chairman KAWAKAMI Jotaro (left) shaking hands with Left Faction Chairman SUZUKI Mosaburo (right). Mainichi Gurafu no.285 / Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1955.10.26 [Z23-6]
6-6
ASANUMA Inejiro taking post of Secretary General representing Right Faction Members. Waga Genron Tosoroku / Asanuma Inejiro. Shakai Shicho sha, 1953 [310.4-A917w]
6-7
Meeting to inaugurate Liberal Democratic Party. Mainichi Gurafu no.290 / Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1955.11.30 [Z23-6]
6-7
Four Committee members serving as Acting President. Jiyu Minshuto Gojunenshi vol.1 / Jiyu Minshuto, 2006 [A56-Z-H152]
6-8
Japan-Soviet Joint Declaration being signed by Japanese Prime Minister HATOYAMA and Soviet Prime Minister BULGANIN. Showa Nimannichi no Zenkiroku vol.11 / Kodansha, 1990 [GB511-E43]
6-9
ISHIBASHI Cabinet. Showa Nimannichi no Zenkiroku vol.11 / Kodansha, 1990 [GB511-E43]
6-10
KISHI Nobusuke. Me de Miru Gikaiseiji Hyakunenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin. (ed.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
6-10
Demonstration Being Staged against bill to revise Police Official Duties Execution Act. Gurafikku Kara Showashi vol.11 / Kenshu Shuppan, 1977 [GB511-63]
6-11
Meeting between ISHIBASHI Tanzan and ZHOU Enlai / Collection of the Ishibashi Tanzan Memorial Foundation
6-12
Meeting to inaugurate Democratic Socialist Party. Me de Miru Gikaiseiji Hyakunenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin. (ed.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
6-12
NISHIO Suehiro. Me de Miru Gikaiseiji Hyakunenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin. (ed.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
6-13
Diet building surrounded by demonstrators (by Asahi Shimbunsha). Showa Nimannichi no Zenkiroku vol.12 / Kodansha, 1990 [GB511-E43]
6-13
Dwight EISENHOWER / Collection of the Presidential Library and Museum
6-13
Mourning over death of ASANUMA Inejiro. Tsuukon no Showa / Ishikawa Koyo. Iwanami Shoten, 1988 [GB511-E21]
6-14
IKEDA Hayato elected as President of Liberal Democratic Party. Jiyuu Minshutoshi: Shogen shashin hen / Jiyu Minshuto, 1987 [A56-Z-525]
6-14
TAKAHASHI Kamekichi. Watakushi no Rirekisho: Bunkajin 15 / Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha, 1984 [GK13-860]

colmun

The Walls Have Ears
Letter of IWAKURA Tomomi to OKI Takato, August 23, 1878 (Meiji 11) / Papers of OKI Takato, Letter #124-114
The Walls Have Ears
IWAKURA Tomomi / Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
The Walls Have Ears
OKI Takato / Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
Cipher Wheel of The Meiji Era's Cryptographic Wheel
Notification from the Minister of the Treasury (OKUMA Shigenobu) to Prefectures regarding Code Changes November 12, 1879 (Meiji 12) / Papers of MISHIMA Michitsune, #474-10
Cipher Wheel of The Meiji Era's Cryptographic Wheel
OKUMA Shigenobu / Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
Imperial Weather Map
Letter from TOKUDAIJI Sanetsune to SHINAGAWA Yajiro, September 16, 1891 (Meiji 24) / Papers of SHINAGAWA Yajiro, #673-2
The 1894 (Meiji 27) Divination of Important Figures' Fortunes
1894 (Meiji 27) Horoscope / Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #341
The 1894 (Meiji 27) Divination of Important Figures' Fortunes
ITO Hirobumi / Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
"Star" and "Bamboo"
Letter from MUTSU Munemitsu to OKAZAKI Kunisuke, January 26, 1896 (Meiji 29) / Papers of OKAZAKI Kunisuke, #11-4
"Star" and "Bamboo"
MUTSU in his later years (at his villa in Oiso) Mutsu Munemitsu  / Sakazaki Shiran. Hakubunkan, 1898 [YDM7408]
"Star" and "Bamboo"
HOSHI Toru, circa July 24, 1892 (Meiji 25) Papers of HOSHI Toru, #195
An Account about Naming the New Imperial Era - Could "Showa" Have Been "Kobun" Instead?
Diary of KURATOMI Yuzaburo December 8, 1926 (Taisho 15) / Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #8-11, 12
An Account about Naming the New Imperial Era - Could "Showa" Have Been "Kobun" Instead?
Diary of KURATOMI Yuzaburo 1926 (Taisho 15) / Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #8-9, 10, 11, 12, 13
ITO Miyoji's Movement to Oppose Japan's Withdrawal from the League of Nations
Miyoji Ito's diary ( Transcript ) February, 1933 (Showa 8) Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #632-1
ITO Miyoji's Movement to Oppose Japan's Withdrawal from the League of Nations
ITO Miyoji / Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
Election Campaign Tours through all ages
Kougo seiyu roku 13 February 1894 (Meiji 27) Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #170
Election Campaign Tours through all ages
Photograph of a group of politicians, taken during policy campaign (in Kobe) 4 September 1892 (Meiji 25) Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #349
Election Campaign Tours through all ages
ITAGAKI Taisuke/ Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
Election Campaign Tours through all ages
OKUMA Shigenobu making passionate speech. Zuroku Okuma Shigenobu / Waseda University (ed.) Waseda University Shuppanbu, 1988 [GK114-E6]
Election Campaign Tours through all ages
YOSHIDA Shigeru on election campaign in Kochi. Mainichi Gurafu no.134 / Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1952.10.10 [Z23-6]
Parliament in Brawl and Lament by Secretary General of House of Representatives
Statement by House of Representatives Speaker (draft) 1 May 1956 (Showa 31) Papers of SUZUKI Takao, #48-15
Parliament in Brawl and Lament by Secretary General of House of Representatives
House of Representatives Speaker TSUTSUMI. Me de Miru Gikaiseiji Hyakunenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin. (ed.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
Parliament in Brawl and Lament by Secretary General of House of Representatives
MASUTANI Shuji. Gikaiseido Hyakunenshi: Kokkaishi vol.1 / Shugiin, Sangiin (ed.) Shugiin?, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
Parliament in Brawl and Lament by Secretary General of House of Representatives
Speaker KIYOSE declaring extension of Diet duration. Me de Miru Gikaiseiji Hyakunenshi / Shugiin, Sangiin. (ed.) Okurasho Insatsukyoku, 1990 [AZ-241-E19]
Parliament in Brawl and Lament by Secretary General of House of Representatives
SUZUKI Takao / Collection of the National Diet Library

What are Historical Materials?

SAITO Makoto's english diary 1884 (Meiji 17) Papers of SAITO Makoto, #208-3
DEN Kenjiro's diary 1918 (Taisho 7) Papers of DEN Kenjiro, #24
MASAKI Jinzaburo's diary June,1936 (Showa 11) label of confiscation Papers of MASAKI Jinzaburo, #2751
KURATOMI Yuzaburo's diary 1926 (Taisho 15) Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #8-9, 10, 11, 12, 13
YAMAGATA Aritomo's letter to ITO Hirobumi Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #360-9
Tokutomi Soho's letter to ITO Hirobumi Papers of ITO Hirobumi, part 2, Letter #56
MATSUKATA Masayoshi's letter to SANJO Sanemi Papers of SANJO Family, #236-5
OURA Kanetake's letter to KOMATSUBARA Eita Papers of HIRATA Tosuke, Letter #299
OKI Takato's letter to SHINAGAWA Yajiro Papers of SHINAGAWA Yajiro, #494
GOTO Shojiro's letter to SHINABAWA Yajiro Papers of SHINAGAWA Yajiro, #54-1

How to Use Historical Records

Letter of YAMANASHI Katsunoshin to SAITO Makoto 1 May 1930 (Showa 5) Papers of SAITO Makoto #1573-13
YAMANASHI Katsunoshin Yamanashi Katsunoshin Sensei Ihoroku / Yamanashi Katsunoshin Sensei Kinen Shuppan Iinkai, 1968 [GK158-39]
SAITO Makoto Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, National Diet Library Website
TAKARABE Takeshi Hamaguchi Naikaku / Hamaguchi Naikaku Hensanjo, 1929 [83-459]
Diary of TAKARABE Takeshi Papers of TAKARABE Takeshi, #44
Diary of TAKARABE Takeshi Papers of TAKARABE Takeshi, #40, 41, 42, 43, 45
Navy Minister TAKARABE's imprudence brought about this mess Tokyo Asahi Shinbun, 9 May 1930 (Showa 5) evening / Collection of Newspaper Reading Room of the National Diet Library [Please use duplication Z99-5]
Scene of Naval forces agreement Signing ceremony Tokyo Asahi Shinbun, 7 May 1930 (Showa 5) evening / Collection of Newspaper Reading Room of the National Diet Library [Please use duplication Z99-5]

Modern Japanese Political History Materials Room

Note: The chapter numbers in which materials appear are in [ ] brackets.

Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #632-1 Miyoji Ito's diary (Transcript) February, 1933 (Showa 8) 《Column:ITO Miyoji's Movement to Oppose Japan's Withdrawal from the League of Nations
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1133 Nishiki-e of Meiji dignitaries, depicted by YAMAZAKI Toshinobu, September 1877 (Meiji 10)(sashie) 《Illustration of 2-2
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1133 Nishiki-e of Privy Council meeting, depicted by YOSHU Chikanobu, October 1888 (Meiji 21) (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-7
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1159 Letter from KONOE Fumimaro to ARITA Hachiro 3 August 1941 (Showa 16) 《4-13-1
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1173 "Extra!", Hochi Shinbun January 29, 1937 (Showa 12) 《4-8
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1201 Memorandum on the Army Purge, MURANAKA Koji and ISOBE Asaichi 11 July 1935 (Showa 10) 《4-5
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1220 Hiroshima Reconstruction: Urban Planning Map for Street Network and Park Layout (1:20,000 scale) December 1946 (Showa 21) 《4-21-2
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1221 Nagasaki City Map (1:10,000 scale) 《4-21-3
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1229 Photograph of INUKAI Tsuyoshi, TAKAHASHI Korekiyo, KATO Takaaki, and OZAKI Yukio (sashie) 《3-12
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1235 Pamphlets Dropped by U.S. Military on Japan July and August 1945 (Showa 20) 《4-21-1
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1238 Sugoroku (game of dice) Lampooning Diet Members Board Game Published on 6 December 1892 (Meiji 25) 《2-15
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1268 Paper declaring unification of two Japan Socialist Party factions, read out at the party's meeting 13 October 1955 (Showa 30) 《6-6-1
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1277 Poster from the First Postwar General Election 1946 (Showa 21) 《5-5-1
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1278 Folding Fan 《4-18-2
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1298 Nishiki-e of the Imperial Diet Building May 1895 (Meiji 28) 《2-16
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-11 Election Guideline (Home Ministry) 1928 (Showa 3) 《3-14-4
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-16 House of Councilors Candidate Poster 1947 (Showa 22) 《5-5-2
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-22 "Major Policies of the Seiyukai" (Tokyo Nichinichi Shinbun) 15 February, 1928 (Showa 3) 《3-14-2
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1312-34 Principles and Charter of the Rikken Minseito Prior to the First Manhood Suffrage Election (Tokyo Nichinichi Shinbun) 16 February 1928 (Showa 3) 《3-14-3
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1340-1 Akahata, Vol. 1 20 October 1945 《5-4-2
Constitutional Government Documents Collection, #1342 Article introducing MUTSU Munemitsu in the "Shugiin Giin Shozo hu Shoden", supplement to the Mainichi Shinbun issue of July 10, 1890, or Meiji 23 (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-11
Materials belonged to the International Bureau of the Democratic Socialist Party, #313 Platform issueJanuary 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-12
Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #10-5 Daily Logs of September-October 1944 (Showa 19) 2 September 1944 (Showa 19) 《4-16
Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #10-12 "The Showa 21 Diary" 4 May 1946 (Showa 21) Entry 《5-7-2
Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #12 Record of Preparation for the Formation of the New Japan Liberal Party 23 August 1945 (Showa 20) 《5-4-1
Papers of ANDO Masazumi, #98 Suggestion to Prime Minister (at Cabinet meeting) 22 November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-5
Papers of ANZAI Shosuke, #16-15 Itinerary of election campaign for April 1953 general election April 1953 (Showa 28) 《6-3-4
Papers of AOKI Shuzo, #1 Teigo Dai-Nippon Constitution (Draft) Circa 1874 (Meiji 7) 《1-6
Papers of ARAI Zentaro, #1871 Air Defense Manual December 1941 (Showa 16) 《4-18-1
Papers of ARIMA Yoriyasu, #98-9 Diary of ARIMA Yoriyasu 4 June 1940 《4-11-1
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #1 Measure and Report of the Japan Ronoto Party Headquarters, Presented at Its First National Convention 27 November 1927 (Showa 2) 《3-15
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #419 Declaration 2 November 1945 (Showa 20) 《5-4-3
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #1978 Why Object to Being Fired? 12 May 1949 (Showa 24) 《5-11-1
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #1987 "Documents Related to the Inaugural Rally of the General Council of Trade Unions of Japan: Statement of Purposes, Inaugural Rally" 11-12 July 1950 (Showa 25) 《5-11-2
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #2325 The Decision on the Stance to Take toward Both the Peace and Security Treaties October 1951 (Showa 26) 《5-14
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, #2457 Speech autograph in which dissolution of the Diet was demandedJune 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-13-5
Papers of ASANUMA Inejiro, Document (2) #212 Comments that Japan Socialist Party Chairman ASANUMA made in Osaka 7 October 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-13-6
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #25 Diary from the end of March 1955 to September 15, 1955 19 August 1955 (Showa 30) 《6-7-1
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #392 Senior officials of committee for launching new party17 November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-2
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #393 Draft platform19 November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-3
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #394 Draft declaration, resolution and guideline for new party's organizational structure (draft) November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-4
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #395 Party rules and codes for Japan Democratic Party (draft) November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-5
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #396 Policy guideline (draft) November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-6
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #397 Report by new party-naming committeeNovember 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-7
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #398 Declaration for inaugurating Japan Democratic Party, party platform, policy guideline, party rules and codes 24 November 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-8
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, #415 Draft agenda at the meeting for launching new party 15 November 1955 (Showa 30) 《6-7-2
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, Document #160 Interpellation on Measures to be Taken by the Government to Clarify the Causes Leading the Unfavorable End of the Great East Asian War and Assessing Responsibility 4 September 1945 (Showa 20) 《5-2-1
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, Document #161 Reflections on the Government's Defense of Its Position 1945 (Showa 20) 《5-2-2
Papers of ASHIDA Hitoshi, Document #356 Reflections on the Police Reserve 1951 (Showa 26) 《5-13-1
Papers of DEN Kenjiro, #24 1918 (Taisho 7) Diary 13 August 1918 (Taisho 7) 《3-6
Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #13 Draft of Petition for the Establishment of a Popularly elected Assembly (three versions) January 1874 (Meiji 7) 《1-9-3
Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #20 Aikoku Koto Pledge (Draft) January 1874 (Meiji 7) 《1-9-1
Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #22 Aikoku Koto Appended Pledge (Draft) January 1874 (Meiji 7) 《1-9-2
Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #25 Blueprint for Governmental Reform Circa January-February 1875 (Meiji 8) 《1-10-1
Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #26 Draft Proposal of the Osaka Conference Agreement Circa Jan.-Feb. 1875 (Meiji 8) 《1-10-2
Papers of FURUSAWA Shigeru, #27 Addendum to the Draft Proposal of the Osaka Conference Agreement Circa Jan.-Feb. 1875 (Meiji 8) 《1-10-3
Papers of HAMAGUCHI Osachi, #2 Diary of HAMAGUCHI Osachi 2 July 1929 (Showa 4) 《3-16
Papers of HAMAGUCHI Osachi, #6 Gist of Speech Delivered at Rikken Minto's Kansai Convention November 1927 (Showa 2) 《3-14-1
Papers of HARADA Kumao, #2-15 to #2-18 Army Disarmament and Prince SAIONJI [1] 11th (iii) to (vi), from HARADA Kumao's Diary 23 September 1931 (Showa 6) 《4-1
Papers of HARADA Kumao, #18 Memorandum of SAIONJI Kinmochi 19 May 1932 (Showa 7) 《4-2
Papers of HARADA Kumao, #54-14 Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to KURUSU Saburo 27 August 1945 (Showa 20) 《5-1
Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #5-11 Letter from HATOYAMA Ichiro to YOSHIDA Shigeru 30 November 1952 (Showa 27) 《6-3-2
Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #34-10 Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to HAYASHI Joji and MASUTANI Shuji 5 September 1952 (Showa 27) 《6-3-1
Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #34-15 Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to HAYASHI Joji 25 September 1956 (Showa 31) 《6-8-2
Papers of HAYASHI Joji, #34-17 Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to HAYASHI Joji and IKEDA Hayato 15 November 1955 (Showa 30) 《6-7-3
Papers of HAYASHI Torao, #10-108 Declaration, 6th Convention of the Shakai Taishuto 15 November 1937 (Showa 12) 《4-9
Papers of HIRATA Tosuke, Document #136-8 Telegram from MATSUMOTO Gokichi to HIRATA Tosuke 4 November 1921 (Taisho 10) 《3-10-1
Papers of HOSHI Toru, #195 HOSHI Toru, circa July 24, 1892 (Meiji 25)(sashie) 《Illustration of 2-10
Papers of HOSHI Toru, #292 Ceremony launching Tohoku District Office of the Kenseito in Sendai, April 1899 (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-18
Papers of HUJIMAKI Shinpei, #31 Party platform of Japan Socialist Party, party policies, and party guideline 13 October 1955 (Showa 30) 《6-6-2
Papers of ISHIBASHI Masashi, #1 Autograph for question and answer at the House of Representatives' special committee on the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty (1) May 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-13-2
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #19-1 Statement declaring separation from the Liberal Party 14 March 1953 (Showa 28) 《6-3-3
Papers of ISHIBASHI Masashi, #72 Notebook New Japan-U.S. Security Treaty (1) April 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-13-1
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #416-1 Draft of Election Campaign Speech March 1946 (Showa 21) 《5-5-3
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #418 Recommendation Letter March 1946 (Showa 21) 《5-5-4
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #443-1 On the Investigation into My Qualifications April 1947 (Showa 22) 《5-8-2
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #443-2 Letter of Resignation 17 May 1947 (Showa 22) 《5-8-3
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #563 Autographs for campaign speech January 1957 (Showa 32) 《6-9
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #583 Preparatory meeting for launching new party Apr.-Nov. 1954 (Showa 29) 《6-4-1
Papers of ISHIBASHI Tanzan, #675-26 Greeting letter following visit to P.R. China October 1959 (Showa 34) 《6-11
Papers of ISHIDA Eikichi, #1 Shin Seifu Koryo Hassaku (Eight Point Program for a New Government) 1867 (lunar November, Keio 3) 《1-2
Papers of ISHII Mitsujiro, #31 New diary, 1950~1952 11 June 1951 (Showa 26) 《6-1
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #47 Imperial Rescript Establishing a Constitutional Form of Government 14 April 1875 (Meiji 8) 《2-1
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #166 Rikken Seiyukai By Laws 1890 (Meiji 33) 《2-19-2
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #209 Imperial Order to Dispatch Mission Head Plenipotentiary ITO to Europe to Study Constitutional Forms of Government 3 March 1882 (Meiji 15) 《2-5
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #229 Discussion of Outline of Constitution July 1881 (Meiji 14) 《2-4
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #233 Constitution of the Empire of Japan (clean copy), March Proposal March 1888 (Meiji 21) 《2-7-2
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #341 [1894 (Meiji 27) Horoscope] 《Column:The 1894 (Meiji 27) Divination of Important Figures' Fortunes
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Document #382 Entente with the Great Britain and Germany, and the Russo-Japanese Alliance 1901 (Meiji 34) 《2-25
Papers of ITO Hirobumi (2), Document #1 ITO Hirobumi's Handwritten Diary of His Foreign Journey March 1873 (Meiji 6) 《1-7
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #84-248 Letter from INOUE Kowashi to ITO Hirobumi 23 February 1891 (Meiji 24) 《2-12
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #502 OKUMA Shigenobu's Report to the Emperor (copy) March 1881 (Meiji 14) 《2-3
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #503 1873 (Meiji 6), Councilor OKUBO's Draft Opinion on Constitutional Government November 1873 (Meiji 6) 《1-8
Papers of ITO Hirobumi, Letter #571 [Draft of Imperial Edict for Reconciliation] February 1893 (Meiji 26) 《2-14
Papers of ITO Miyoji, #220 Original Version, "History of Grand Council of State Personnel System" 1884-85 (Meiji 17-18) 《1-4
Papers of ITO Miyoji, #344 Outline of Prime Minister ITO's Statement of His Policies 1895 (Meiji 28) 《2-17
Papers of ITO Miyoji, #350 Record of ITO-OKUMA-ITAGAKI Meeting 25 June 1898 (Meiji 31) 《2-18-2
Papers of ITO Miyoji, #353-3 Draft Proposal of the Rikken Seiyukai By Laws 1900 (Meiji 33) 《2-19-1
Papers of ITO Miyoji, #8 Natsushima Draft Proposal August 1887 (Meiji 20) 《2-7-1
Papers of KASHIWABARA Hyotaro, #21 National Mobilization Plan for 1942 (Showa 17) 26 May 1942 (Showa 17) 《4-19-1
Papers of KASHIWABARA Hyotaro, #56-5 Revised Outline of Resource Mobilization Plan for 1944 (Showa 19) (Appended to Supply Capacity Blueprint) October 20, 1943 (Showa 18) 《4-19-2
Papers of KATSURA Taro, #112 KATSURA Taro Memorandum 1910 (Meiji 43) 《2-27
Papers of KATSURA Taro, #47-1 Letter from SAIONJI Kinmochi to KATSURA Taro 30 December 1905 (Meiji 38) 《2-21-1
Papers of KATSURA Taro, #47-30 Letter from SAIONJI Kinmochi to KATSURA Taro 7 February 1911 (Meiji 44) 《2-21-2
Papers of KATSURA Taro, #65-1 Letter from UEHARA Yusaku to KATSURA Taro 17 November 1912 (Taisho 1) 《3-1-2
Papers of KATSURA Taro, #65-1 YAMAGATA Aritomo's Opinion Brief 《3-1-1
Papers of KATSURA Taro, #77-1 KATSURA Taro Autobiography, Volume Three (Section on the Hokushin Incident) Section from 1900-01 (Meiji 33-34) 《2-24
Papers of KISHI Nobusuke, #19-7 Letter from EISENHOWER to KISHI Nobusuke 2 June 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-13-4
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #168 Petition Requesting Permission to Establish a National Assembly April 1880 (Meiji 13) 《1-13-1
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #169 Petition Requesting Permission to Establish a National Assembly, Appendix April 1880 (Meiji 13) 《1-13-2
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #185 [Items to be Studies for the Constitutional Liberal Parties Platform] Circa autumn 1890 (Meiji 23) 《2-10
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #547 Draft of General Principles and Platform of the Rikken Doshikai 24 February 1913 (Taisho 2) 《3-2
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #649 Resolution of the Nationwide Universal Manhood Suffrage Federation (Zenkoku Fusen Rengokai) 22 February 1920 (Taisho 9) 《3-9
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #989 Proclamation 22 June 1898 (Meiji 31) 《2-18-1
Papers of KONO Hironaka, Document #1595 KONO Hironaka, Summer of 1890 (Meiji 23) (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-10
Papers of KONO Tsukasa, #2 Army Minister Bulletin 26 February 1936 (Showa 11) 《4-7
Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #34 Kitsugai Shimatsu (A Memoir) 3 May 1937 (Showa 12) 《3-17-3
Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #5-8 Diary of 1923 1 September 1923 (Taisho 12) 《3-11
Papers of KURATOMI Yuzaburo, #8-11, 12 Kuratomi yuzaburo' diary 1926 (Taisho 15) 《Colum:An Account about Naming the New Imperial Era - Could "Showa" Have Been "Kobun" Instead?
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #84 Prime Minister KURODA's Speech on the Occasion of the Promulgation of the Constitution 12 February 1889 (Meiji 22) 《2-9
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #89 Toyo Dai-Nippon National Constitution Proposal August 1881 (Meiji 14) 《1-14
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #c101 Authority of the Cabinet Edict Circa end of 1885 (Meiji 18) 《2-6
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #291-1 Japan's Policy in Peace Conference 1918 (Taisho 7) 《3-7
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #514 Full Account of Japan's Position at the London Conference 7 June 1930 (Showa 5) 《3-17-1
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Document #514 SHIDEHARA Kijuro's Letter to MAKINO Nobuaki 7 June 1930 (Showa 5) 《3-17-2
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Letter #659-41 Letter from YOSHIDA Shigeru to MAKINO Nobuaki 1 December 1941 (Showa 16) 《4-13-2
Papers of MAKINO Nobuaki, Letter #659-54 Letter of YOSHIDA Shigeru to MAKINO Nobuaki 3 May 1947 (Showa 22) 《5-9-1
Papers of MASAKI Jinzaburo, #2743 Biboroku ("Diary"), Vol. 7 12 March 1935 (Showa 10) 《4-4
Papers of MATSUMOTO Gokichi, #38 Political Daily, Vol. One 8-17 September 1918 (Taisho 7) 《3-8
Papers of MISHIMA Michitsune, #474-10 Notification from the Minister of the Treasury (OKUMA Shigenobu) to Prefectures regarding Code Changes, November 12, 1879 (Meiji 12) 《Column:Cipher Wheel of The Meiji Era's Cryptographic Wheel
Papers of MISHIMA Michitsune, #535-20-i Report Circa October 1886 (Meiji 19) 《2-8
Papers of MIYAJIMA Seiichiro, #1014 Origins of the Compilation of the National Constitution (Kokken Hensan Kigen) 1883 (Meiji 16) 《1-5-2
Papers of MIYAJIMA Seiichiro, #1016-11 Proposal for Drafting a Constitution (Rikkokukengi) 1872 (lunar April, Meiji 5) 《1-5-1
Papers of MIZUNO Rentaro, #53 Notes on the Establishment of the KIYOURA Cabinet January 1924 (Taisho 13) 《3-12
Papers of MOCHIZUKI Kotaro, #38 Account Summarizing the Meeting between Marquis INOUE and Count OKUMA 10 April 1914 (Taisho 3) 《3-3
Papers of MOCHIZUKI Kotaro, #71 Account of Prime Minister OKUMA's Meeting with Four Genro 24 September 1914 (Taisho 3) 《3-4
Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #61-3 Proposal for a Japanese National Constitution October 1876 (Meiji 9) 《2-2
Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #66-2 Draft of Kenken Yoroku (Volume One) 1895 (Meiji 28) 《2-23-1
Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #66-3 Draft of Kenken Yoroku (Volume Two) 1895 (Meiji 28) 《2-23-1
Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #79-12 HAYASHI Tadasu's letter to MUTSU Munemitsu November 26, 1895 (Meiji 28) 《2-23-2
Papers of MUTSU Munemitsu, #108-66 House of Representatives Member Certificate 12 July 1890 (Meiji 23) 《2-11-1
Papers of NAKAHARA Kinji, #81 Basic Plan for Realizing the Taisei Yokusankai 14 December 1940 (Showa 15) 《4-12
Papers of NAKAHARA Kinji, #353 Proceedings of the General Convention Establishing the Imperial Rule Assistance Political Association: General Outline of Bylaws of Imperial Rule Assistance Political Association Proclamation; the Platform 20 May 1942 (Showa 17) 《4-14
Papers of NAKAHARA Kinji, #517 Overview of Great Japan Women's Association July 1943 (Showa 18) 《4-15
Papers of NISHI Amane, #79 Draft of Discussion Topics (Gidai Soan) December (lunar November) 1867 (Keio 3) 《1-3-1
Papers of NISHI Amane, #80 Annex to Draft of Discussion Topics (Besshi Gidai Soan) December (lunar November) 1867 (Keio 3) 《1-3-2
Papers of NOMURA Kichisaburo, #921 Memoranda related to Japan-Soviet negotiations 3-12 September 1956 (Showa 31) 《6-8-1
Papers of OGAWA Heikichi, #792 Draft of the three Factions' Committee's Decision on Universal Manhood Suffrage 1924 (Taisho 13) 《3-13-1
Papers of OKAZAKI Kunisuke, #11-4 Letter from MUTSU Munemitsu to OKAZAKI Kunisuke, January 26, 1896 (Meiji 29) 《Column:"Star" and "Bamboo"
Papers of OKI Misao, #7 Diet Revitalization and Discipline Blueprint 15 July 1932 (Showa 7) 《4-3
Papers of OKI Misao, #45-5 Excised Portion of SAITO Takao's Speech February 1940 (Showa 15) 《4-10-3
Papers of OKI Misao, #45-17 Representative SAITO's Statements Ignoring Admonition February 1940 《4-10-1
Papers of OKI Misao, #183 Daily Log of the 59th Diet Proceedings March 18, 1931 (Showa 6) 《3-18
Papers of OKI Misao, #204-11 OKI's Account of the War Devastation of 16 May - 8 June and 14 July 1945 (Showa 20) 26 May 1945 (Showa 20) 《4-20-1
Papers of OKI Takato, Letter #124-114 Letter of IWAKURA Tomomi to OKI Takato, August 23, 1878 (Meiji 11) 《Column:The Walls Have Ears
Papers of OYAMA Iwao, #23-8 Notes from the Front, No. 1 1904-05 (Meiji 37-38) 《2-26
Papers of OYAMA Iwao, #44-84 Report of the Artillery Attack Against (Saigo Forces) in Shiroyama September 19-24, 1877 (Meiji 10) 《1-11
Papers of OYAMA Iwao, #62-18 Two admirals and six generals surrounding YAMAGATA Aritomo, on his inspection tour to Mukden, Manchuria 26 July 1905 (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-26
Papers of SAITO Makoto, #158-20 Clean Election Women's Federation's Agreement Patriotic Women's Association, Appealing to the 40 Million Women of Japan for Clean Elections August 1935 (Showa 10) 《4-6
Papers of SAITO Makoto, #1573-13 Letter of YAMANASHI Katsunoshin to SAITO Makoto showa 5 《How to Use Historical Records
Papers of SAKATANI Yoshiro, #507 Copy of the Notification of Social Democratic Party Formation, and Party By Laws 19 May 1901 (Meiji 34) 《2-20
Papers of SANJO Family, #2-22 "Gasshukoku Shokan Wage" ('Translations of Letters from the United States [President]') 1853 (Ka'ei 6) 《1-1-1
Papers of SANJO Family, #3-49 Copy of the U.S.-Japan Treaty of Peace and Amity 1855 (lunar December of Ansei 1) 《1-1-2
Papers of SANJO Family, #35-1 Draft of a Directive Telegraphed to Legations Overseas December 1889 (Meiji 22) 《2-22
Papers of SANJO Family, #42-2 Copy of Risshisha's Petition June 1877 (Meiji 10) 《1-12
Papers of SATO Tatsuo, #22 Outline of Constitutional Reform 8 February 1946 (Showa 21) 《5-6-1
Papers of SATO Tatsuo, #31 Constitution of Japan (GHQ Draft) 13 February 1946 《5-6-2
Papers of SATO Tatsuo, #46 Outline of a Draft for a Revised Constitution 6 March 1946 (Showa 21) 《5-6-3
Papers of SHICHIJO Kiyomi, #76 ITO Hirobumi, Governor-General of Korea just before the assassination at Harupin Station (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-27
Papers of SHINAGAWA Yajiro, #673-2 Letter from TOKUDAIJI Sanetsune to SHINAGAWA Yajiro, September 16, 1891 (Meiji 24) 《Column:Imperial Weather Map
Papers of SHINAGAWA Yajiro, #956 List of Candidates for Election to the House of Representatives Circa February 1892 (Meiji 25) 《2-13
Papers of SUZUKI Takao, #27 Diary by House of Representatives Secretary General 19 May 1960 (Showa 35) 《6-13-3
Papers of SUZUKI Takao, #48-15 Statement by House of Representatives Speaker (draft) 1 May 1956 (Showa 31) 《Column:Parliament in Brawl and Lament by Secretary General of House of Representatives
Papers of SUZUKI Takao, #59-2 Paper listing demands on Diet proceedings 4 November 1958 (Showa 33) 《6-10
Papers of TAKAGI Sokichi, #10 Diary of TAKAGI Sokichi 5 May to17 August 1945 (Showa 20) 《4-17
Papers of TAKAGI Sokichi, #53 TAKAGI Sokichi (sashie) 《Illustration of 4-17
Papers of TAKAHASHI Kamekichi, #2707 Manuscript of Prime Minister IKEDA's keynote speech (economic portion) 27 September 1961 (Showa 36) 《6-14
Papers of TAKAHASHI Korekiyo, #125 Manuscript of Prime Minister's Inaugural Speech 21 January 1922 (Taisho 11) 《3-10-2
Papers of TAKARABE Takeshi, #40-45 《How to Use Historical Records
Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #170 Kougo seiyu roku 13 February 1894 (Meiji 27) 《Column:Election Campaign Tours through all ages
Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #346 Photograph taken in Tokyo of the Sandai Jiken Kenpaku (November 1887), an early people's rights movement that advocated lower taxes, freedom of speech and assembly, and the rectification of diplomatic failures (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-8
Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #349 Photograph of a group of politicians, taken during policy campaign (in Kobe) 4 September 1892 (Meiji 25) 《Column:Election Campaign Tours through all ages
Papers of TATSUNO Shuichiro, #354 Photograph from the time of establishment of the Seiyukai, taken in front of the entrance of the Rikken Seiyukai Headquarters (October 3, 1900) (sashie) 《Illustration of 2-19
Papers of TERAUCHI Masatake, #447-33-(ロ) Opinion Brief on the Dispatch of Troops to Siberia April 1918 (Taisho 7) 《3-5
Papers of TOKI Akira, #48 List and Ballot of Viscount Candidates for Election to the House of Peers 10 June 1890 (Meiji 23) 《2-11-2
Papers of TSURUMI Yusuke, #264 Platform of Japan Reform Party, declaration, release of policy guidelines, and others February 1952 (Showa 27) 《6-2
Papers of TSURUMI Yusuke, Document #238 Platform of the Japan Progressive Party December 1945 (Showa 20) 《5-4-4
Papers of UGAKI Kazushige, #150 Memorial Declining the Imperial Order to Form a Cabinet (Manuscript)  January 29, 1937 (Showa 12) 《4-8-1
Poster Collection contributed by Okada Akio, #4-6 Money (gold) mobilized by the government (sashie) 《Illustration of 4-19

kensei senryouki

Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-01751 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) [Douglas MacArthur's Letter to Prime Minister] 8 July 1950 《5-13-2
Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-01751 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) [Douglas MacArthur's Letter to Prime Minister] 6 June 1950 《5-12
Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-02521 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Political Parties in Japan: Developments during the Week Ending 17 November 1945 17 November 1945 《5-4-6
Microfiche Sheet No. GS(B)-02522 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Political Parties in Japan 11 October 1945 《5-4-5
Microfiche Sheet No. TRUMAN-4847 (Original Collection: President Truman Library) Recommendations with Respect to U.S.Policy toward Japan (NSC13/2) 7 October 1948 《5-10
Microfiche Sheet No. TS 00322 (Original Collection: United States National Archives (RG331)) U.S. Initial Post-Surrender Policy for Japan (SWNCC150/4/A) 21 September 1945 《5-3-1
Microfilm MMA-10 Roll No.1 (Original Collection: MACARTHUR Memorial Museum) [General MacArthur's Statement] 24 May 1947 《5-9-2
Microfilm SCA-1 Roll No.2 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Memorandum for: Imperial Japanese Government. Through: Central Liaison Office, Tokyo. Subject: Elimination of War Profits and Reorganization of National Finance 24 November 1945 《5-8-1
Microfilm SCA-1 Roll No.2 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Memorandum for: Imperial Japanese Government. Through: Central Liaison Office, Tokyo. Subject: Removal and Exclusion of Undesirable Personnel from Public Office 4 January 1946 《5-7-1
Microfilm SCA-1 Roll No.2 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Memorandum for: Imperial Japanese Government. Through: Central Liaison Office, Tokyo. Subject: Removal of Restrictions on Political, Civil, and Religious Liberties.(SCAPIN-93) 4 October 1945 《5-3-2
Microfilm USB-5 Roll No.4 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Tactical Mission Report Mission No.183 May 25, 1945 (Showa 20) 《4-20-2
Microfilm USB-15 Roll No.3 (Original Collection: United States National Archives) Mission Summary Mission Number 183 May 25, 1945 (Showa 20) 《4-20-3

takikan

Collection of House of Representatives Secretariat. Notification of Disbandment of Political Parties, July-August 1940 《4-11-2
Collection of National Archives of Japan. Decision of Cabinet on Peace Preservation Law, February 1925 (Taisho 14) 《3-13-2
Collection of Ohara Social Research Institute, Hosei University. Election Poster, 1928 (Showa 3) 《3-14-5
Collection of Ohara Social Research Institute, Hosei University. Inaugural Conference of the General Council of Trade Unions in Japan, July 11-12, 1950 (Showa25) (poster) 《Illustration of 5-11
Collection of the Historiographical Institute, the University of Tokyo. Perry Torai Ezu Harimaze Byobu 《Illustration of 1-1
Collection of the Ishibashi Tanzan Memorial Foundation. Meeting between ISHIBASHI Tanzan and ZHOU Enlai 《Illustration of 6-11
Collection of the National Science Museum. Earthquake fissures in the Uchibori ("Inner Moat") Hibiya Umitate ("Landfill") Road in Tokyo (also known as the "Marunouchi Victory Road"), circa 1923 《Illustration of 3-11
Collection of the Presidential Library and Museum. Dwight EISENHOWER 《Illustration of 6-13
Collection of the Waseda University Library. Akasaka kari kokyo oyobi dajokan shinkei 《Illustration of 1-4
Imai Seiichi's collection deposited to Yokohama Archives of History. Great Japan Political Party Map 《Illustration of 3-10
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