The Central Library at the Surugadai Campus was designed as an urban library offering a variety of services as well as distinctive materials and activities. In addition to being open on holidays, the main library features open-access shelves, reading rooms designed for specific purposes, galleries, multipurpose halls, and lounge areas.
Newly opened in May of 2012, the Izumi Library has become a symbol of the Izumi Campus. Built to be an inviting library that draws people in, the new facility is equipped with a variety of spaces and reading chairs for visitors so that it can act as the “face” of Izumi Campus and fulfill its aim of spreading information.
The collections at the Ikuta Library are primarily on the natural sciences. Users can access most of the materials here on holidays, when the library is typically open. Since collecting scientific journals filled with up-to-the-minute reports is essential for research in the science and technology fields, the Ikuta Library has been actively working to introduce electronic journals and provide access to an extensive array of periodicals.
The Nakano Campus is a hub of internationalization, cutting-edge research, and social contribution, and our goal is to house an extensive collection of materials from the School of Global Japanese Studies, the School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, and the Graduate School of Advanced Mathematical Sciences, and the Organization for Emerging Fields of Study and more at its library. The relaxed, calming atmosphere at the Nakano Library is designed to transport visitors from their seats out into the wide world.