(Korean- language sources, unless otherwise noted, are published in Seoul; Japanese-
language sources, unless otherwise noted, are published in Tokyo).
Primary Sources in Japanese and Korean
NEWSPAPERS AND JOURNALS IN JAPANESE
Asahi shinbun (Asahi newspaper)
Bungakukai (Literary world)
Bungei (Literary arts)
Bungei shunjū (Literary spring and autumn)
Bungei shuto (Metropolitan arts)
Chōsen oyobi Manshū (Korea and Manchuria)
Chōsen sōtokufu shisei nenpō (Korean Governor General annual administrative report).
Ed. Chōsen Sōtokufu.
Keijō nippō (Seoul daily)
Keimu ihō (Imperial police administration)
Kokumin bungaku (Imperial literature)
Kokumin sōryoku (Imperial power)
Modan Nippon (Modern Japan)
Osaka manichi shinbun chihō- ban (Manshū, Chōsen, Tottori, Taiwan, etc.)
(Osaka daily news regional editions, Manchuria, Korea, Tottori, Taiwan, etc.)
Ryokki (Olive banner)
Shinchō (New tides)