Datasets

List of Datasets

Dataset of Pre-Modern Japanese Text

Pre-Modern Japanese Text, owned by National Institute of Japanese Literature, is released image and text data as open data. In addition, some text has description, transcription, and tagging data.

Dataset of Edo Cooking Recipes

Cooking books in the period of Edo, included in Dataset of Pre-Modern Japanese Text were curated to create recipe datasets through the process of transcription, translation to modern Japanese, and structuring into the recipe format.

Kuzushiji Dataset

As a by-product of transcription on Dataset of Pre-Modern Japanese Text (PMJT), shapes and coordinates of old Japanese characters (Kuzushiji) were compiled to create another dataset for training to make machines and humans smarter.

KMNIST Dataset

Adapted from Kuzushiji Dataset, KMNIST dataset is a drop-in replacement for MNIST dataset. We provide three types of datasets, namely Kuzushiji-MNIST、Kuzushiji-49、Kuzushiji-Kanji, for different purposes.

Collection of Facial Expressions

The project aims at making research infrastructure for art history research by collecting facial expressions for style compartive study from Japanese Emaki (illustrated scroll), or potentially from work of art across the globe.

Dataset of Modern Magazines

Modern magazines are digitized and released as image datasets. n2i project is working on constructing the dataset of modern documents to develop OCR for those documents.

Geoshape Repository

Geoshape repository is a data repository for sharing the geographic shape of a geographic entity. It includes "Historical Municipal Boundaries Dataset Beta Version" about the historical change of municipal boundaries since 1920 and "Village Boundaries Dataset" of 2015.

Edo Maps Beta

Edo Maps Beta is a project to construct geographic information infrastructure for the urban space of Edo City by extracting and reconstructing information from old documents from the Edo Period such as Edo old maps.

Edo Shopping Guide

Edo shopping guide is derived from "Edo Kaimono Hitori Annai" published in the Edo Period by cropping advertisement from books and adding the name of merchants with their business, location and the logo to create a visual database of merchants in and around the city of Edo. We also linked it with Edo Maps Beta for geographic information to reconstruct the commercial space of Edo.

Edo Sightseeing Guide

Edo Sightseeing Guide is derived from six (or two for each century) tourism guides published in the Edo Period by cropping illustration from books and adding geographic information such as Edo Maps Beta to construct information platform on the tourism of Edo.