Here are some resources for doing Japanese philosophy. Links marked with ※ are in Japanese. If you have any suggestions for this list, please contact me.
Cumulative list of writings of major Kyoto-School thinkers available in Western languages (List from Nanzan, Nov. 2011)
Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook (UH Press)
This is a wonderful collection of scholarly work, and it’s all available to download for free.
Kyōto School Philosophy
Comparative Philosophy (Open Access)
Japan Studies Association (Open Access)
Japan Studies Review (Open Access)
Japanese Journal of Religious Studies (Open Access)
A new journal specifically dedicated to Japanese Philosophy. The first issue should publish soon.
A long established name in Japanese scholarship, Monumenta Nipponica was the first to publish many of the classic articles and translations in the field.
University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy (Open Access)
Hosted by City University of Hong Kong.
Hosted by Soochow University.
Founded in 1888.
In partnership with the American Academy of Religion (AAR).
Japanese Language Resources
Gives the etymology of Japanese words.
Fairly limited, but can help when translating some obscure philosophy terms. However, the best technique is just to look it up in Wikipedia then change the language with the sidebar.
WWWJDIC is the grandfather of all English-Japanese dictionary websites. Be sure to also try Jisho.org, which has the same open source database behind it, but puts a prettier face on the data.
A very nice, grammar-oriented guide to learning Japanese.
A useful tool by Leonardo Boiko for seeing the different forms that kanji can take (traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, Japanese) and their evolution.
Useful if you need to know the pinyin pronunciation of Japanese character or vice versa.