While in Japan, you should drop by a large bookstore or library having a wide selection. It would also have a large choice of Western books. You may find an unexpected treasure. Japanese staff is also speedy to put a cool book cover on your book.
Kanagawa Prefectural LibraryA public library that collects and provides materials related to society / humanities, Kanagawa, audiovisual materials, etc. The architecture was established by Kunio Maekawa, who learned from Le Corbusier, a master of modern architecture, and is considered to be the flag bearer of postwar modernist architecture.
Yokohama City Central LibraryLocated in Nishi-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, it is the largest library in the prefecture with a collection of more than 1.6 million books. "Novel and Living Corner" and "Children's Book Corner" on the 1st floor, and "Music Video Library" on the 1st basement floor
TSUTAYAWe have a variety of products such as books, rentals, CD / DVD sales, CAFE, stationery, and miscellaneous goods, and we have one of the largest in Yokohama, 700 tsubo. The 1st floor is for cafes and books, and the 2nd floor is for rental and CD / DVD sales.
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BOOK STORE KUMAZAWAWe look forward to your visit with a wide variety of products, from new books and topic books to seasonal bestsellers, practical books that enhance your lifestyle, and business books and cultural books that anticipate the times. For going out or commuting to school
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