The Toyo University Repository for Academic Resources provides open access to the following resources published by Toyo University:
Open access to volumes 1 to 16 and 19 to 21 of the Inoue Enryo Selected Writings 『井上円了選集』as searchable e-text is provided here.
The National Diet Library Digital Collections include most of Enryo's published writings. Among the scanned materials from the Meiji and Taisho periods, there are also several works of Enryo that were not reprinted in the Inoue Enryo Selected Writings 『井上円了選集』. A list of these writings can be found here.
The PDF contains a comprehensive chronological table of Enryo's life and works, an alphabetical list of Enryo's works and the combined table of contents of the Inoue Enryo Selected Writings 『井上円了選集』. The data edited by Miura Setsuo were published in 2004 in the Annual Report of the Inoue Enryo Center 『井上円了センター年報』 (vol. 13) and in the Inoue Enryo Selected Writings (vol. 25).
The PDF provides bibliographic information about Inoue Enryo's main works arranged according to his own system of the sciences.
The excel files list all Inoue Enryo related literature (both primary and secondary) since 1875 until today.
The bibliography collects all secondary literature about Inoue Enryo in the Roman alphabet since his death in 1919. Information about additional materials is always appreciated.
Western Research Bibliography (updated Nov. 2019)
The bibliography lists all known translations of Inoue Enryo's writings into Western languages and into Chinese. Information about additional materials is always appreciated.
Bibliography of Translations into Western Languages (updated Dec. 2019)
This collection of contemporary roman alphabet sources about Inoue Enryo was published in 2011 in the Annual Report of the Inoue Enryo Center『井上円了センター年報』(vol. 20). The file made available below includes an errata sheet.
The file lists the Japanese place names and dates of Enryo's lecture tours through the Empire.
Most of Enryo's handwritten notes from his student years at Tokyo University have been transcribed and edited by Shibata Takayuki, who generously makes his work available online for further research. The first file provides an overview of the existing sources held by the Inoue Enryo Research Center.
The glossaries below are work in progress. Extent of terms, names and titles is limited. The translations should be considered as suggestions.
Compiled by Rainer Schulzer
Updated January 2020