|| Weekends & Holidays
|Weekends and National Holidays on Semester Breaks|
Summer Break （8/13-8/15）,the New Year holidays（12/28-1/4）
| 1st Floor
||Reference Books, Audiovisual Materials, Newspapers, Maps, Textbooks, Newly
Arrived Books, JIS
| Lounge （1st Floor）
||Newly Arrived General Magazines, Newspapers(current month)
| 2nd Floor
||Books, Dictionaries/Cyclopedia, Scientific Research Expenses Reports, Small-sized
Books, Books about Akita, Books about International Relations, Music Score
| Gallery (2nd Floor)
||Newly Arrived Academic Journals, Syllabuses, Books about Syllabuses, Books
about Akita University, Books about Konan Naito
| 3rd Floor
||Large-sized Books, Reference Books
| Archives (1st Floor)
||Books 540-999, Japanese Journals K-Z, Collection of Books of curriculums,
Textbooks, Secondary Sources
| Archives (2nd Floor)
| Archives (3rd Floor)
||Foreign Journals, Japanese Journals A-K
| Storage Archives*
||Books in Japanese Binding, Chinese Classics, Books about Akita University,
Master's Theses, Bachelor’s Degree Theses
| Special Materials Room*
||Books about the Northern Education Method, Rare Books
|*To access the reading materials in the storage archives and the special materials room, please head over to the reception desk.|
The staff in charge will attend to you on Weekdays, from 8:30~17:00
| 2nd Floor
||Books, Reference Books, Journals(1992-)
| 1st Floor
||Secondary Sources, Doctoral / master's Theses, Summaries of Bachelor’s
Degree Theses, Scientific Research Expenses Reports, Materials about
Akita University, Audiovisual Materials
| Electric Compact Stack
|Journals(-1991), Health and Labor Sciences Research Reports
| Browsing Corner
|Newspapers, General Magazines
Newly Arrived Books
|■Eating and drinking in the libraries are prohibited except at the designated
■The Book Detection System (BDS) is installed at the library entrance.
The alarm goes off if you accidentally exit the building without completing
the borrowing procedure.
※The alarm goes off in reaction to metal, for instance, umbrellas or keys.
■If you are using an artificial cardiac pacemaker, please kindly inform
the staff at the reception desk when you enter the libraries.
■Please set your cellphones on silent mode, and please refrain from taking on it in the libraries.
■Don't let your valuables out of sight at all times to prevent theft. A
lot of people use the library materials over a long period of time, so
please handle it carefully.
■Should any materials be broken or lost, the user has to compensate it
by replacing the lost or broken material with a new one.