JapanGenWeb

Japanese
Genealogy
Web Sites

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ball National Archives of Japan
ball War Records
ball Japanese-American Family History Resources
ball Japanese Immigrants to the United States 1887-1924, an index of immigrants mostly in the Idaho, Washington, and Utah areas. Compiled at BYU-Idaho. After reading the introduction, click on the New Search link at the top.
ball Stichting-Sakura, A Netherlands site, "however most of our members, being descendants of Japanese (soldiers) are still looking for their (father's) family in Japan." (English and Dutch)
ball Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - Asia & the Pacific
ball Genealogy in Non-Western Civilizations
ball Common Surnames in Japan
ball Emperor Years changed to Western Years
ball The Imperial Family of Japan
ball Timeline of Japanese History
ball Arrie's Home Page - Koseki request form, a PDF file that opens up using Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free.
ball Beginning Research in Japanese Genealogy - Includes a glossary of terms in Romaji and Kanji that are useful for Japanese genealogical research.
ball National Japanese American Historical Society
ball Japanese American Internment
ball Japanese American National Museum
ball Nikkei Homepage
ball Japanese Americans on O'ahu
ball Japanese American Historical Archives
ball Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild
    Transcribed:
    S.S. Goodwin, Kobe to Tacoma, arriving April 17, 1900

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Department of Social Welfare and War Victims' Relief Bureau
(in the Ministry of Health and Welfare)
2-2, Kasumigaseki 1 Chome
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 011-81-03-3503-1711

Books:
Japanese Naval Aces & Fighter Units of World War II
written by: Ikuhiko Hata and Yasuho Izawa

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Last updated April 2, 2001.

This page maintained by Charlotte M. Meyer of Maquoketa, Iowa, USA.

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