Newspapers & Periodicals (New arrived)
There are about 5,800 new arrived periodicals and 150 newspapers in this area.
Journals are arranged in alphabetical order or in the Japanese syllabary (a, i, u, e, o) order . Popular magazines are in the “Pigeon Box” (see the left picture).
Newspapers are arranged by language and country. Latests of Japanese popular 13 papers are in the Newspaper rack.
You can not borrow these materials. Please return them where they were after use.
Newspapers & Periodicals (Back issues)
As for the back issues, you can find them in the Bound Periodical Collections area. Some newspapers are held in reduced size edition or microform. Before entering, you should check the call numbers of materials from the OPAC.
In order to enter the area, put your bags in the locker, show your ID card at the desk and wear a user’s badge.
You can browse the back numbers freely in the area, but you cannot check them out. There are copy machines inside.