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If you’re after a rare book or manuscript, it’s worth visiting this place. The collections range from classic to modern, domestic to international. The most intriguing items are the original handwritten manuscripts by famous authors: with a little luck, you might find Ryunosuke Akutagawa’s ‘Tengu’, Sawako Ariyoshi’s ‘Kurogo’, or ‘A Systematisation of Japanese Detective Stories’ by Edogawa Rampo. Studying the handwriting, one can almost imagine the celebrated writer’s thoughts as he wrote. Mind you, they could easily cost 1 or 2 million yen.
1-1, Kandajinbocho, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo
|Transport:||A 2-minute walk from Jimbocho Station (Hanzomon Line, Toei Shinjuku Line, Toei Mita Line : A7 Exit ) / A 7-minute walk from Ochanomizu station (JR Line)|