Much of the manga on the "Wall of Manga" was received as a donation from the rental bookstore Okubo Negishi Books, which was in business for roughly 20 years up until 2005. Anyone can take a book from the shelves to read so please start thinking about what you will read first!
【Open material】Introducing a part of "Wall of Manga"
The Manga Hall of Fame
The walls of main gallery are covered in bookshelves that are filled mainly with popular and influential manga from the Taisho era (1912-1926) to 2005.
The place where you can read translated manga and manga from around the world!
The MM navigation shelf
This is a special shelf on which we put publications about a certain theme. If you have no idea where to start then please consult this shelf.
Manga in schools
The "Children's Library" on the first floor features a collection of "manga in schools," including old and new educational manga and picture books illustrated by manga artists.
*On weekends and when the museum is crowded, this room is reserved for children under twelve, and their guardians.
*The Children's Library is currently replacing its bookshelves. Some books may not be available.
【Closed material】You can access to the old manga magazines and post-war rental books!
Research Reference Room
Gathering, sorting, and using Manga culture
In the next site , we introduce a range of Edo giga, Meiji-period magazines, and Genga’(Dash).