Established in 1983, the National Museum of Japanese History (NMJH; popularly known in Japanese as Rekihaku) promotes research on the history and culture of Japan based on a contemporary standpoint and from the perspective of world history. NMJH applies research achievements to permanent exhibitions or special exhibitions. As part of the core research, ‘Constructing Integrated Studies of Cultural and Research Resources (ISCRR)' is developing a comprehensive digital network of Japanese historical resources.
This page is the home of the current works by ISCRR. You can find the more information about NMJH and ISCRR on the publisher's website.