How to enter library
Please bring your ID card issued from your institution.
※Please come to the Service Counter between 9:00am and 5:00pm on weekdays.
If you wish to reserve specific materials for your visit
Please check the holdings and usage through the library of your university.
Browsing the library
Until 15 min. before closing time
|B/W (self-service)||\10 per page|
|Color (self-service)||\50 per page|
|B/W (photocopying by a library staff)||\35 per page|
|Color (photocopying by a library staff)||\75 per page|
Users can search and browse e-books, e-journal and online database, which are granted for walk-in users.
There is a computer for visitors on 2nd floor. Please come to the Service Counter before use.
※ The computer for visitor is only for using e-resources, therefore document creation and E-mail are not available.
In addition, all users can use 3 OPAC terminals on the 2nd floor until 15 minutes before the library closes.
9:00-17:00 on weekdays
Use of Library materials
- You cannot borrow or bring the materials out of the library.
If you want to borrow the materials, please contact the library of your university or neighboring public libraries.
- Please make an application at the Service Counter by 5:00pm on weekdays if you want to use the materials which are kept in the closed stacks.
In the case that you have made a request to us to keep the materials before visiting and gotten a “confirmation” message from us, you can use the materials after office hours.
- Please use reading desks in the library for browsing the materials.
Please note that you cannot use Private Study and Group Study room.
- You can use the computer you brought with you, but please prepare your own Wi-Fi or other equipment to connect to the Internet.
Behavior in the Library
Please refrain from the following behaviors.
Please use the smoking areas of the university.
- Drinking and eating
Please put your food and beverages in your bag before entering the library.
- Making a phone call
Please use the “refresh area” on the 2nd floor for making a phone call.
Please see the leaflet for visitors for details. (You can also get one at the library.)