Below are sources that were specifically designed to work with Japanese-language materials and/or Asian languages more broadly. For a larger list of general digital humanities tools, see the final section at the bottom of this page.
The following Airtable features an ongoing list of tools for digital and humanistic research. The Airtable is divided into several (sometimes overlapping) subsections: Visualization, Mapping, Timelines, Annotation, OCR, Data/Databases, Data Cleaning/Prep, and Tutorials.
To submit new resources to the DH Tools database, please do so through this form.