Central Library open from May 19 (Tue.) with limited users and services. →News
 The contents of the services will be changed at any time in accordance with changes in the activity policy level established by Nagoya University.
 Despite the following the table of library hours, the current opening hours are 9:00-17:00 on weekdays. [Only users registered in NU]

Library Hours

at the self-checlout machine on the 2F
※※Some services may be restricted on weekdays 8:00-8:30 and 17:00-22:00, Sat., Sun. & National Holidays/Bon period.

Library Hours

Services Mon. to Fri.※※ Sat., Sun. &
National Holiday
/ Bon period※※
Opening Hours 8:00-22:00 8:45-22:00 -
Lending 8:00-21:30
( 8:00-21:50 )
( 8:45-21:50 )
Return 8:00-22:00
( 8:00-21:50 )
( 8:45-21:50 )
Reference 8:30-17:00 - -
IR with CD-ROMs 8:30-17:00 - -
Photocopying 8:00-22:00 8:45-22:00 -
Photocopying except self-service 8:30-16:30 - -
Letter of Introduction 8:30-17:00 - -
Inter-Library Loan 8:30-17:00 - -
Using PC 8:00-21:30 8:45-21:30 -
OKB TAKAGI Family Documents Exhibition Gallery 8:00-21:30 8:45-21:30 -

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Temporarily closed for storm warning

Central Library will be temporarily closed when storm warning is issued for Nagoya.

Regardless of whether the warining is issued, the library will also be closed when Nagoya University decides to close classes for a big typhoon, etc.

Storm warning is issued during opening hours :

Central Library will be closed an hour after the storm warning is issued.

Storm warning is issued before opening :

Central Library will be temporarily closed and open after calling off the warning as below.

There is a storm warning at 6:45 a.m.Closed until 1:00 p.m.
Warning has been called off before 11:00 a.m.Open at 1:00 p.m.
Warning has been called off before 1:00 p.m.Open at 3:00 p.m.
Warning has been called off before 3:00 p.m.Open at 5:00 p.m.
Warning remains at 3:00 p.m.Closed all day
closed when there is a warning

Weather Warnings information

Check Weather Warnings/Advisories (Japan Meteorological Agency) for updated information.