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Kyoto International Manga Museum

Introduce Kyoto International Manga Museum.
The Kyoto International Manga Museum (京都国際マンガミュージアム Kyōto Kokusai Manga Myūjiamu) is located in Nakagyō-ku, Kyoto, Japan.
The building housing the museum is the former Tatsuike Elementary School.

The museum opened on November 25, 2006. Its collection of 200,000 items includes such rarities as Meiji period magazines and postwar rental books.

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Kyoto International Manga Museum


The museum is a public-private partnership of Kyoto Seika University and the city of Kyoto. The city provided the building and land. The university operates the facility under the oversight of a joint committee.

Facilities
The museum is divided into multiple public zones. One is the gallery zone; another is the research zone; the third is the collection zone. There are permanent and special exhibits, a Tatsuike history room, a museum shop, and a kissaten. The 140 m of stacks hold 40,000 volumes in the "manga wall."

Holdings
The museum holds many items of historical, as well as contemporary, interest. Highlights of the museum's collection include Japan Punch. Published by Charles Wirgman in Yokohama, it ran from the year Bunkyū 2 (1862) to Meiji 20 (1887).
Japan's first manga magazine was Eshinbun Nihonchi from 1874. The nation's first children's manga magazine was Tokyo Pakku (established in 1907).

Operations
The Kyoto International Manga Museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Guests may enter until 5:30 p.m. It is open daily except Wednesdays (if Wednesday is a holiday, the closure moves to Thursday). It closes at the end of the year and remains closed until after the New Year holidays. The admission fee is 500 yen for adults, 300 yen for high school and junior high school students, and 100 yen for elementary students and younger. Special exhibitions within the museum may carry additional admission fees.

Access
The nearest station is Karasuma Oike on the Karasuma and Tōzai Lines of the Kyoto Municipal Subway. Karasuma Oike is the closest bus stop.


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The museum has an English Web Site. Please visit and enjoy.
Address: Kyoto International Manga Museum

By A.S. on Nov 21, 2009
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