- Reference Code： C06060164900 Title： Mixed Brigade report no. 21. Detailed battle report by the Mixed Brigade
- The battle record of the Mixed Brigade responsible for the attack on Seonghwan. The Image 22 lists the name of officers killed or wounded. Among them is Captain Matsuzaki Naomi of the 21st Infantry Regiment who was said to be the Japanese army's first fatality of the Sino-Japanese War.
- Reference Code： C06061159000 Title： 15 August. From Ōshima Yoshimasa, Commander of the Yongsan Mixed Brigade, to Prince Arisugawa Taruhito, Chief of the General Staff. List of casualties at the Battle of Seonghwan
- This report of August 1894 was sent by Major-General Ōshima Yoshimasa, Commander of Mixed Brigade responsible for the attack on Seonghwan, to the Chief of the General Staff in Japan detailing the casualties incurred by the Japanese army during the fighting. Among the fatalities listed in Image 6 is Private Kiguchi Kohei who died with his bugle still pressed to his lips and who later featured in Japanese school textbooks as an ideal soldier (initially the bugler was mistakenly thought to be Private Shirakami Genjirō whose name appears in Image 5).
- Reference Code： C06062139600 Title： July 29 Outline map of the Battle of Seonghwan
- This map shows the fighting at Seonghwan. The movements of the Japanese army and the Chinese army encampment have been added to a map of the topography around Seonghwan.