The museum library is an intimate space arranged with wooden book shelves and furniture. A librarian is always on duty in the library, which contains a large stock of art books, as well as archives related to museum history. Visitors can freely peruse the library’s art books, exhibition catalogues, art magazines, and leaflets. Visitors are invited to use the Library for reading general art catalogues and magazines and exhibition catalogues.
＊Museum history materials
Design drawings for the original museum building, posters and flyers from past exhibitions, etc., some 6,000 items in all.
1st and 3rd Mondays (except national holidays, when closed following day instead) and days when Museum is closed
Computer terminal for archive searches (free)
Copying of documents
Perusal of open & closed stack books (Only in library. Cannot be removed)