Kawachi-bon Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji, Kawachi-bon Version. Important Cultural Property)
Oldest existing copies from among the Kawachi-bon version of the Tale of Genji.
54 volumes/23 books from the Kamakura Period (13th Century).
Former collections of the Kanazawa Library and Ieyasu Tokugawa.
Shoku-nihongi (Chronicles of Japan from 697 to 791. Important Cultural Property)
40 hand-written scrolls copied during the Kamakura Period (13th and 14th Centuries) and the Keicho Era (1596 to 1615).
Former collections of the Kanazawa Library and the Suruga-oyuzuri-bon.
Tsurezure-gusa (Essays in Idleness)
Written by Kenko Yoshida. 6 books from the first half of the Edo Period (17th Century).
Former collections of the wife of Tsunanari Tokugawa, 3rd Lord of the Owari Clan.