Tsuchiya collection (Documents)
- Historical materials (4,027 items) donated from the family of the Emeritus Professor Tsuchiya Takao (1896-1988).
- There are three types of materials:
1. Early modern manuscripts collected by Professor Tsuchiya during the 1930s from antique book stores such as Genshodo Bookstore in the Kanda area in Tokyo.
2. Manuscripts from the Aizawa Family, samurais of the Sendai Domain and the parental home of his stepmother.
3. Pre-present day documents regarding materials which Professor Tsuchiya helped in the compilation, such as materials on 日本銀行100年史（Nihon Ginko 100nen-shi）, 地方金融史（Chiho Kinyu-shi）, 二代小菅丹治伝記(Nidai Kosuge Tanji Denki) and materials on the President of Daiichi Bank Akashi Teruo, etc.
Searching the Catalogue / Digital Archives
- With Engel, the catalogue can be searched and all documents can be viewed as graphics.
- Graphics made public excludes 3. above and materials which have the possibility to infringe on human rights and personal information.
- 『土屋家旧蔵文書目録 (Tsuchiyake kyuzo monjo mokuroku)』Historical Documents of Economic, the Library of Economics, the Univ. of Tokyo, 1998.3
- YAMAMOTO Eiji「『慶安御触書』に関する二つの史料 (“Keian no ofuregaki” ni kansuru futatsu no shiryo)」『関東近世史研究 (Kanto kinseishi kenkyu)』52, 2003.6
- ISHII Kanji, TAKEDA Haruhito「はしがき (hashigaki)」『土屋家旧蔵文書目録 (Tsuchiyake kyuzo monjo mokuroku)』Historical Documents of Economic, the Library of Economics, the Univ. of Tokyo, 1998.3
- TOMIZEN Kazutoshi「土屋家旧蔵文書 (Tsuchityake kyuzo monjo)」”The University of Tokyo Library System Bulletin” 43(1), 2004.2
- Tsuchiya Collection held by the Library of Economics, the Univ. of Tokyo
- 「土屋文庫 (Tsuchiya bunko)」 held by the Hitotsubashi University Library
Materials on the history of Japanese economy and management from the end of Edo period to early Showa period, statistics and reports from central government offices on economic matters from the first year to the 30th year of the Meiji period, materials on the Meiji policy of promotion of industries, and provincial government offices materials.
- Resources and Historical Collections Office