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GACoS is a gateway to search for documents and other academic information over the internet. It can be used to support your research activity. Japanese

 
NEWS
For the most recent news, please refer to the Japanese page.
9/27 Temporary Suspension of Online Services (2015.8.28)NEW
Version update of "SpringerMaterials" in August (2015.8.24)NEW
Trial of "NetLibrary" Japanese ebooks (until September 7, 2015)NEW
"美術新報 (Bijutsu Shinpo)" is now available (2015.7.22)NEW
"ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Chinese Newspaper Collection" and other databases are now available. (2015.7.3)
Trial of "Science of Synthesis" (until August 31, 2015)
Warning! Users are reminded to respect the terms and conditions of use of E-journal (2014.7.30)
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This portal site features links to the databases available at the University of Tokyo, and to internet sites providing valuable scientific information.
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TREE (UTokyo REsource Explorer)*
UTokyo OPAC
E-JOURNAL PORTAL*
e-book (electronic books)*
Webcat Plus
NDL-OPAC
CiNii Articles*
CiNii Books
Web of Science Core Collection*
JapanKnowledge Lib*
RefWorks
 
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