Tōyō Bunko

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The Toyo Bunko building since 2011

The Tōyō Bunko (東洋文庫) is Japan's largest Asian studies library. It is one of the world's five largest libraries. It is located in Tokyo.

It contains around 950,000 documents, written in Asian, Western and Japanese languages.[1]

It was started by Mitsubishi Motors and opened in 1924.

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  1. "The Library", Official Toyo Bunko website, retrieved 17 November 2009