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Haikupedia was launched on the Web on 21 June 2020, under the aegis of The Haiku Foundation. It endeavours to be a comprehensive online encyclopedia about all aspects of haiku everywhere in the world, past and present.
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Tanka Poet Mariko Kitakubo: tanka reading performance in and out of Japan (in English and Japanese).
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An Italian website dedicated to Japanese literature and books on Japan: libri, Giappone e letteratura giapponese.
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A database of seasonal words (worldwide saijiki) aimed at creating a deeper understanding of kigo issues (kigopedia), maintained by Dr Gabi Greve.
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Site-blog consacré aux uvres littéraires japonaises traduites en français, ainsi qu'aux auteurs japonais traduits ou non.
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Interview with manga translator, Japanese language interpreter, and author, Frederik L. Schodt who has answered a variety of questions his
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Official site of textual artist Takayuki Kido. Site features his works: prose poems, free verse, novels, etc.
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Mishima Yukio Literary Museum (Mishima Yukio Bungaku-kan): the official website of the Mishima Yukio Literary Museum in the Yamanakako Forest Park of Literature (in Japanese and English).
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Poems from Manyoshu, Kokinshu, and Genji, in English, romanization and Japanese script, with explanation of classical grammar (linked through Internet Archive).
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Publisher of the Japanese Science Fiction bibliographies; features listings of science fiction-related events held in Japan.
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Haiku publication, theory, rules, practice, reference texts, essays, links and bibliography. Multicultural, an opening to the international haiku community.
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The e-zine of the World Haiku Club, a network of international haiku poets. Susumu Takiguchi, Chairman, WHC.
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A fansite of The Wizard of Oz (marukoのオズ日記).
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The first website made by Russians living in Japan. Features and promotes modern Japanese literature previously unknown in Russia (Haruki a
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The complete text of "Bushido: The Soul of Japan" by Inazo Nitobe. The text contains popup notes for key terms, names, and other references (along with Nitobe's original footnotes). Summaries, comments, and textual notes can be viewed by clicking on the a
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Presented by Web Kanzaki (in Japanese and English)
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Japanese folk tales presented by D. L. Ashliman
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A collaborative effort to make texts of classical Japanese literature available on the World Wide Web by the Universities of Virginia and the University of Pittsburgh East Asian Library.
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Certainly one of the most popular Japanese writers
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