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Tohoku University: Center for Northeast Asian Studies Library (東北大学 東北アジア研究センター)


General Information

Facility: Center for Northeast Asian Studies Library Tohoku University
Address: Kawakita gōdō kenkyū to 218
41 Kawauchi, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, 980-8576
Phone: +81-22-795-6081
Hours: 9:30-16:00 (closed 12:00-13:00)
Closed:  Saturday, Sunday, National Holidays, New Years Holidays

About the Library:

The CNEAS library supports researchers by holding materials related to the Northeast Asia Studies.  As of March 2011, the library holds 31,000 materials.

Parent Facility

Center for Northeast Asian Studies
Sendai, Miyagi

About the Facility:

Founded in 1996, the Center for Northeast Asian Studies (CNEAS) is Tohoku University's first research institute for the humanities field.  The Research Institute of Japanese Culture, an affiliate of the Faculty of Letters, was founded in 1963 and was the forerunner of CNEAS.   At the CNEAS , a wide variety of research is conducted in different academic fields that focus on the Northeast Asia area.  The CNEAS covers the wide area, including Russia, China, Mongolia, the Korean peninsula, and Japan.

Resources & Facilities

Summary of Collection(s)

Collection Size: 31,000 volumes

Note: The Guide uses the ALA/LC standard romanization, however, it also reflects a different romanization system used by an individual institution or collection.

Related Link(s)

How to Use the Facility

Using the Library 

Prior to the Visit:
  • Please contact the library staff
  • Online Catalog: Please find information on desired materials by using Tohoku University Library OPAC.

For general long-term Research and Research Affiliation, please refer to "General Affiliation Procedure for Japanese Institutions" on the main page.

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