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The literature maintained by the NCJSC is currently undergoing an evaluation.
The list presented here is not complete. 

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The Samurai Sword, Yumoto, 1958; The primer for beginning students.
Daimyo, video from the Washington Gallery Exhibition, 1988
Token Kantei Dokuhon, Nagayama Kokan, 1979 
Token Kantei Dokuhon, Mishina Kenji, English translation of the above.
Nihon Toko Jiten, Koto Volume, Fujishiro, 1965
Nihon Toko Jiten, Shinto Volume, Fujishiro, 1965
Nihon Toko Jiten, Translation of Koto volume, Watson,  1991
Nihon Toko Jiten, Translation of Shinto volume, Watson, 1991
Nihonto Koza Translation, Vol 2, Watson, Translation of Koto part 1,1994
Nihonto Koza Translation, Vol 4, Watson, Translation of Shinto, 1993
Nihonto Koza Translation, Vol 5, Watson, Translation of Shinshinto, 1993
Nihonto Koza Translation, Vol 6, Watson, Translation of Kodogu part 1,1994
A Visual Glossary of Japanese Sword Terms, Kotoken Kajihara, 1993
The Arts of the Japanese Sword, B. W. Robinson , 1961
The Japanese Sword, Sato Kanzan, translated by J. Earle, 1983
The J. C. Hawkshaw Collection, Joly, Catalog of fine kodogu, 1910
Token To Rekishi, NTHK Journal, Issues 580 to 616,  translation by G. Robson    
A Primer of Japanese Sword Blades, B. W. Robinson, 1955
The Modern Japanese -English Character Dictionary, Nelson, 1962
Beginners Dictionary of Chinese-Japanese Characters, Rose-Innes
Japanese Surnames, Gillis & Chi
NTHK Novice Course, Nihon Token Hozon Kai
Colorado Token Kai Newsletters
Token Society of Prague Newsletter (in Czech)
The Japanese Sword Society of Virginia Newsletter, Vol 1, Num 1