We can find a considerable amount of oriental art objects in collections of Polish digital libraries. Many of them depict and describe nineteenth century illustrations and graphics that come from Japan. Among them there are not only single pieces of art – e.g. a colorful woodcut in the pattern of Utagawa Hiroshige (CBN Polona), one made by Utagawa Yoshiiku (Digital National Museum in Warsaw) or a vertical scroll made of paper and silk (also Oriental Art Collection of Digital NMW) but also some extensive publications richly illustrated with old Japanese graphics. Firstly, in Chelm Digital Library there is an interesting album Japanese Art from 1901. It puts up not only the painting art but also sculpture, architecture, ceramics, fabrics and metallurgy. In the Digital Library of Małopolska we can find two English books containing Japanese graphics. First of them is called The floral art of Japan from 1899 and mainly describes species of flowers occuring in Japan and thier floristics. The second one, The pictorial arts of Japan directly concerns the Japanese art of illustraton throughout the years. Also in the Digital Library of Małopolska there is a German album Japanischer Humor from 1901; it contains caricatures and Japanese cartoonish humor. The last book we want to recommend was published in the 19th century Paris and it is the Japanese novel Okoma comprising great, craftsmanlike illustrations.