Japanese Studies -- at University of Southern California
-- by Tomoko Bialock
Enormous in scope, covering nearly every aspect of research. Takes a multimedia approach with YouTube tutorials on how to use some databases. The Journals section is particularly informative and, like many other parts of the guide, distinguishes between materials in English or Japanese. Also includes comprehensive directories and a thorough breakdown of the Japanese government agencies.
Though each page is densely packed and can be a little overwhelming at first, these is always likely to be something relevant to your research.
-- English language