For links to all known sword and fitting sites, please visit The Japanese Sword by Richard Stein. He keeps a very thorough and up to date set of links.   If that site is unavailable, try the mirror site here.

For information on museums housing collections of swords and fittings, see Gavin Hougham's site.


Here are links to the study organizations that I belong to:

Nihon Token Hozon Kai

New York Token Kai

Northern California Japanese Sword Club

JSSUS


My studies have lead me to inquire into the early history of Japan and its neighbors.

Below are a variety of related links. Please let me know if you find any interesting links not mentioned here.

Japanese Art and Architecture

Asuka Historical Museum

Kyoto National Museum

Kusado Sengen

Sannai Maruyama

Jomon Research in 1996

Publications on Japanese Archeology in Western Languages

Yoshinogari

Korean Studies at Berkeley

China: Concise Political History

Secrets of Sakhalin

Siberian RAS Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology 

Archaeology on the Net

GeoArch

The Society for East Asian Archaeology: Field report links

CHIKATSU ASUKA MUSEUM's HOMEPAGE

The Society for East Asian Archaeology: Bibliography on East Asian Archaeology

The Niigata Prefectural Museum of History

THE DIGITAL BURIAL MOUND ENCYCLOPEDIA

Kodaiji

Asia Society: Arts and Culture - A Reader's Guide to the Arts of Japan

GAGAKU Home Page

Asian Links - China, Japan, Korea, & India


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