The International House of Japan Library
The International House of Japan Library is a special library for Japanese Studies which was established in 1953.
The library has been a center supporting Japanese Studies academics and information specialists in Japan, by organizing workshops for Japanese Studies information specialists, publishing reference guidebooks for Japanese Studies and so on, with cooperating institutions overseas and in Japan, as well as offering general library services.
The library is situated in a building listed as a major work of Japanese modern architecture and has beautiful views of a traditional Japanese-style garden reflecting the changing seasons.
|[Reading about Japan at I-House Library] Elise Wessels and Marije Jansen Talk about Japan: Modern – Japanese Prints from the Elise Wessels Collection|
|[Library] Library Tour in November|
|[Library] Newly Arrived Books|
|[Library] Grant from the Kasumi Kaikan|
The Library, The International House of Japan
5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
TEL: 03-3470-3213 (Mon.-Sat., 9:00 am-6:00 pm)