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Tokyo Gakugei University: Library (附属図書館)


General Information

Facility: Tokyo Gakugei University Library
Address: 4-1-1 Nukuikitamachi, Koganeishi, Tokyo 184-0015
Phone: +81-42-329-7219
FAX: +81-42-329-7226

Email: (Please replace # with @)

About the Library

The library was constructed in Koganei in 1961, with all the e branch libraries joining together on the Koganei campus by 1964. The present Library building was completed in 1974.

Summary of Collection(s)

Collection Size:
  • 909,676 volumes
  • 11,499 periodical titles
Focus: Education
Notable Collection(s):
  • Mochizuki bunko (望月文庫): 1924,  Teaching education related materials donated by Mochizuki Gunshirō (望月軍四郎) and others, Textbooks since the Meiji period, 7,627 items

  • Matsuura bunko (松浦文庫): 1922, donated to Tokyo-fu Ōizumi shihan gakkō by Matsuura Shizujiro (松浦鎮次郎), Education History Compilation group (?) (教育史編纂会 Kyōikushi hensan kai ), 1470 items
  • Takehaya bunko (竹早文庫): 1938, bought from Japanese Culure Central Alliance (?) (日本文化中央連盟 Nihon bunka chuō renmei ) philosophy, history, literature and social science, 14,000 items

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


Digital Collection(s)

How to Use the Facility

Using the Library

The Library is open to the general public. Please refer to "Guide for Visitors".

Photocopy: Please refer to "How to use library materials".

  • Copy machines are available at news paper reading room on the first floor, next to the steps on the second floor, and closed stack at the basement.
  • Please fill out the copy request form (文献複写申込書 Bunken fukusha mōshikomisho ).

Accessing Closed Stack

  • Please fill out the form at the counter.
  • Please get the instruction at the counter.

Accessing Rare Books

Prior to the visit:

  • Please contact the library through the home institution by fax three business days prior to the visit.

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