This page is dedicated to links to other pages about Japan. I had originally planned to make a blogpost with interesting links, but realized that it would be better to have a separate page dedicated to it so I could go back and update it more easily whenever I find new and interesting material. Do you want a link to your page or know of any interesting sites, please do not hesitate to contact me.
A Man with Tea - 茶有の者: The blog of a graduate student in Art History at the University of Hawai'i. He best describes his blog in his own words: "This blog represents my thoughts on artists I have discovered, works I enjoy, news in the art world, and books or articles I have read."
Anki - Friendly, intelligent flashcards: One of the best tools out there for studying Japanese, or any other language for that matter. More information and free download on their webpage.
A to Z Photo Dictionary of Japanese Buddhist Statuary: Gods, Goddesses, Shinto Kami, Creatures & Demons: A truly amazing site heavy with information. The site has information on a plethora of subjects, not just Buddhism as the title might lead you to believe. The site is also loaded with pictures.
Badass of the Week: Although this is not a website about Japan as such, it holds some witty caricatures of some historical Japanese figures. Every week a new badass is posted, either from history or fiction. It is witty, juvenile and geeky but quite articulate and well researched. Check for instance out the newest badass at the time of writing this: the great samurai Honda Tadakatsu.
Eye on East Asia: The subtitle of this blogs kind of explains it all: Keeping a Close Eye on the East Asian Blogosphere. Mostly links to other blogs about East Asia.
Japan Bloglist, The: A site dedicated to listing blogs about Japan written in English. Already has a lot of links, and is updated on a monthly basis. If you want your own blog on the list, all you have to do is send them an email. You will find the contact information on their page.
Kotenseki Sogo Database: Japanese & Chinese Classics: Waseda University's database of old material is one of the first places I search when looking for primary sources. Downloadable pdf files in high quality and a huge collection of various material. Worth a look!
Mongols, Ancient China and the Silk Road: A very nice and informative blog about anything in relation to the three topics suggested by the blog's title.
Pink Tentacle: A great Japanese culture blog with posts on a great variety of subjects. A lot of high quality images of woodblock prints and vintage posters. Unfortunately, the blog has not been updated since 19 April 2011, but the material on there will keep you occupied for a long time. Hopefully the person responsible for the site will start posting again soon.
Samurai Archives, The: A lot of good information on the history of Japan. Make sure you visit the forums and check out their history podcast.
Shinpai Deshou AKA What can I do with a B.A. in Japanese Studies?: Man, I wish I had discovered this blog sooner. Designed to help students find out what the next step after graduation is. Posts job openings, calls for papers, information about conferences and much more. Wonderful!