Closed Stack Rooms
We have 8 floors in the Closed Stack Room A and 4 floors in the Closed Stack Room B.
There are desks (carrels), PC and copy machines.
①Books ②Periodicals and Academic Research Papers ③Law Materials ( ordinances, judicial precedents, treaties) ④Statistics and Data Reports ⑤Audio-Visual Resources (videos, microfilms)
(2) Sections of the Closed Stack Room
Some resources located in the Closed Stacks are organized into the following sections.
①Reference (encyclopaedia, tables, ) ②Large-sized ③Chinese ②Russian ⑤Ikeda Collection
⑥Seki Collection ⑦Bunko ⑧Shinsho ⑨Faculty Publications ⑩Soka University Thesis
⑪Japanese and Chinese ancient book ⑫Korean ⑬ Graduate School of Teacher Education
(3) The Closed Stack Room Entry
Faculty, graduate students and those with special permission (students granted the Closed Stack Room access) are granted to enter to the Closed Stack Room to search for resources in the Closed Stack Room.
①Give your IDcard to the Closed Stack Reception Counter on the 1st floor.
②A staff will register your entry and give you a stack room pass. Keep the stack room pass with you all times in the Closed Stack Room. If you have a baggage, you may use a locker for your personal belongings before entering.
③ When you leave the Closed Stack Room, return the stack room pass and receive your ID card.
(4) Requesting books from the Closed Stack Room
Faculty, graduate students and those with special permission: Bring books from the Closed Stack Room to the Closed Stack Reception Counter and borrow them. Inform a staff whether you read the books in the library or borrow them. You can borrow to 5 books from the Closed Stack Room at one time.
(5) How to borrow books form the Closed Stack Room
You can borrow books except references and materials in-library use only from the Closed Stack Room.
※Journals (excluding current number), Law/ Statistics materials can be borrowed by graduate students and faculties only.