Kim In-hu Ch’osŏ Ch’ŏnjamun
The Asian Research Library, University of Tokyo Collection
U-PARL has now made selected materials publicly available as high resolution digital images on Flickr at
The materials, including rare Chinese books and calligraphic models, were selected from those in the collection of the General Library, University of Tokyo and those scheduled to be included in the collection of the Asian Research Library, University of Tokyo. In the future, U-PARL plans to further improve the digital collection of stone script rubbings, published calligraphic models, and rare Chinese classics published or transcribed in East Asia.
|A004313||Gujin Lidai Shibashi Lüe 2 juan shou 1 juan 古今歷代十八史略二卷首一卷||Rare Chinese books published in the Yuan dynasty, China. The Nanki Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A005824||Yuan Shi Changqing Ji can 5 juan 元氏長慶集殘五卷||Rare Chinese book published in the Southern Song dynasty, China (partial). The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A005902||Zengguang Longkan Shoujian 8 juan 增廣龍龕手鑑八卷||Rare Chinese books published in Japan by early movable types. The Nanki Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A005935||Xingfenglou Tie 12 juan 星鳳樓帖十二卷||Calligraphic models published in China. The Nanki Bunko collection.||Excel:20KB|
|A005936||Wei Jiang Tie 12 juan 僞絳帖十二卷||Calligraphic models published in China. The Nanki Bunko collection.||Excel:18KB|
|A005939||Xuanhe Mige Tie can 1 juan 宣和祕閣帖殘一卷||Calligraphic models published in China. The Nanki Bunko collection.||Excel:18KB|
|A006036||Song ban Dazangjing lingben 5 juan 宋版大藏經零本五卷||Sutra translated into Chinese published in the Southern Song dynasty, China (partial). The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A006096||Xihongtang Fashu 16 juan 戲鴻堂法書十六卷||Ming: Dong Qichang ed. Calligraphic models published in China. The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:18KB|
|A006099||Quanzhou ben Chunhua Ge Tie 10 juan que 4 juan 泉州本淳化閣帖十卷闕四卷||Northern Song: Wang Zhu ed. Calligraphic models published in China. The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:18KB|
|A006100||Tingyunguan Tie 12 juan 停雲館帖十二卷||Ming: Wen Zhengming ed. Calligraphic models published in China. The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:18KB|
|A006107||Wei Jiang Tie can 1 juan 僞絳帖殘一卷||Calligraphic models published in China. The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A006296||Lunyu Jijie can 4 juan 論語集解殘四卷||Rare Chinese book hand-copied in Japan. The Seishu Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A006297||Zuantu Fuyin Zengguang Guzhu Qianziwen 3 juan 纂圖附音增廣古注千字文三卷||Rare Chinese book hand-copied in Japan. The Nanki Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|A006464||Yifang Dacheng Lun 1 juan 醫方大成論一卷||Rare Chinese book published by early movable types in Japan. The Gakken Bunko collection.||Excel:19KB|
|B60567||Nonŏ Ŏnhae 4-kwŏn 論語諺解四卷||Rare Chinese books with ŏnhae諺解 published in the Joseon dynasty, Korea.||Excel:19KB|
|G30495||Baqi Shizu Tongpu 80 juan shou 1 juan 八旗氏族通譜八十卷首一卷||Rare Manju books published in the Qing dynasty, China.||Excel:19KB|
|ASIA0001||Pungno Kiryak 4-kwŏn 北路紀略四卷||Chosŏn: Chŏng Yunyong. Hand-copied text. Purchased by U-PARL in 2014.||Excel:18KB|
|ASIA0002||Kogŭm Yŏktae Pŏpch’ŏp 古今歷代法帖||Chosŏn: Pak Munhoe ed. Calligraphic models woodblock print published in Korea. Purchased by U-PARL in 2015.||Excel:18KB|
|ASIA0003||Pak P’aeng-nyŏn Ch’osŏ Ch’ŏnjamun 朴彭年草書千字文||Calligraphic model woodblock print published in Korea. Purchased by U-PARL in 2015.||Excel:18KB|
|ASIA0004||Kim In-hu Ch’osŏ Ch’ŏnjamun 金麟厚草書千字文||Calligraphic model woodblock print published in Korea. Purchased by U-PARL in 2015.||Excel:18KB|
*Materials with IDs that begin with “ASIA” are materials purchased by U-PARL (and scheduled to be housed in the Asian Research Library); and the others are materials from the collection of the General Library, University of Tokyo, among which those beginning with “A00” are rare books.
Flickr Usage Guide
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As part of making this data public, original metadata items were devised at U-PARL, making it possible to show the complicated attributes of the rare Chinese books and calligraphic models. In the description column of Flickr, cataloging information is listed for the material shown, based on the metadata item categories. This system has been designed with an eye to also using this information as machine-readable metadata in the future when open data technology advances. For details on the rare Chinese book and calligraphic model metadata categories, and on the conventions for cataloging such, please see the Excel file in the link below.
Conditions of Use
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For inquiries about the digital contents or the original materials please contact U-PARL.