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Using the Minato City Libraries and the Minato City Local History Museum

Minato City Libraries

Borrowing library materials

You are free to read any books and check out any library material using your library card. Those who live, work or study in Tokyo’s 23 cities are eligible to check out materials from municipal libraries. When applying for a library card, please provide an ID that shows your address, company or school address.

Lending limit: 2 weeks

Ten books/magazines, three CDs, two DVDs, three videotapes
Please use the automated lending machine at each library.

Returning library materials

All materials borrowed can be returned to any libraries and cooperating facilities in the city. During closing hours, return them to the book return box. A book return box is located at all libraries, except for the Takanawa Library Annex. Also, there are book return boxes in the Minato City Local History Museum, Lifelong Learning Center, Minato Park Shibaura, and Shibaura-konan Civic center.

Note

CDs, videos, DVD, and materials from Tokyo Metropolitan Library and libraries in other cities cannot be returned in the box. Please return them to the appropriate library counter directly.

Borrowing/returning at cooperating facilities

Items from Minato City libraries can be borrowed and returned to the library at the Minato City Local History Museum, Daiba Civic Center, Gender Equality Center “Libra,” and Aoyama Lifelong Learning Center. Please note that the operating hours of each facility will differ from the Minato City libraries.

Collaboration between university libraries in the city

Materials from Temple University Japan Campus library and Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology library can be borrowed via any Minato City library.
Minato City residents aged 18 and over who have library cards can browse materials in the Shibaura Institute of Technology Library.

Internet service

You can search or reserve library materials, cancel reservations, and extend the borrowing period via Minato City library website. To use the Internet service, a password is required. Please register from the Minato City library website before you use the Internet service.

Website

[PC] www.lib.city.minato.tokyo.jp/e/ (External link)
[Mobile] www.lib.city.minato.tokyo.jp/m/ (External link)

Book-start

Open to guardians of babies up to 12 months old. The city library will provide a picture book to them.

Movie events

Libraries hold monthly movie events. Minato City libraries will invite film critics and directors every month. The guests will explain about the movies.

Database search

Please inquire at the library counter.

Other services

Book home-delivery service, oral reading service, internet connections, etc.

Library hours

Monday to Saturday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday, holidays, and December 28: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Takanawa Library Annex: 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Closed: 3rd Thursday, inventory check days and December 29 to January 3.
The Takanawa Library Annex is closed on the days above and also holidays.
The above schedule may change. Please confirm the library website or call the library before you visit.

Note

If library materials have been lost or damaged by writing in or getting wet, you may be asked for financial reparation. Please handle them with care.

Minato City Local History Museum

The museum opened in November 2018, as a place to learn nature, history, culture in Minato City and to nurture exchange. It conducts exhibitions, events, and operates a café and museum shop.

Website

https://www.minato-rekishi.com (External link)
Introduces exhibitions, events, and publications.

Operating hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., until 8 p.m. on Saturday
Closed: 3rd Thursday, December 29 to January 3, and special inventory dates
Fee: ¥300 for adults, ¥100 for high school students and under
Free admission for people aged over 65 and disabled people residing in Minato City, high school students and under residing and studying in Minato City.
Please bring your ID to verify your address, age, etc.

For more information, please visit the Minato City Library or the Minato City Local History Museum website.

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