Microfilm Rooms at the Fukuoka City Public Library

Preserving special material such as ancient writings and newspapers from the Meiji Era is a very difficult task.. Such material is easily damaged even at the hands of inspection for the purpose of research. For this reason, a great volume of documents and records are preserved on microfilm. There are two rooms to inspect such material. Both are located alongside reference counters on the second floor. A library card, driver's license or insurance card is required as identification to inspect material on microfilm. In addition to general material, material preserved on microfilm at the library includes Japanese newspapers such as the "Nishinippon", "Chikushi" and "Fukunichi", magazines such as the "Kokka" (a long running fine arts magazine) , local research material on the history of Japanese forestry, books published during the Meiji Era maintained at the National Diet Library, as well as official gazettes.

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