2 Bloor St reetEast, Suite 300
PO Box 130
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Japan Foundation Toronto Library is a Special library.
This library is affiliated with Japan Foundation (view map)
The collection of the library contains 18,000 volumes.
The Japan Foundation Toronto Library was established in November 1995 to promote understanding of Japanese culture and language. The library is open to the general public and offers various library materials, mainly in English, to those who are looking for information on all aspects of Japan''s society and culture.
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This listing was created on Nov 23, 2002 and was last modified on Dec 28, 2015.
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