Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur JFKL in MidValley

Some of you may not know that JFKL have moved from Citibank to MidValley. Their library is more spacious in MV compare to last time in Citibank. Interior design is based on Japanese style eg: tatami mat at one corner where you can read your Manga / Comic books.
Environment in this library is very relaxing with sitting sofa, there are English books too, Hiragana and Katakana for beginners to advanced level, internet access, video/tape for viewing and listening, thestar newspapers,Malay mail and NST, japanese magazines eg: cookbook, fashion,beauty,business. If you need to rent out their books, you have to become a member. Enquire with them on the registration to become a member. For non-members, if you like to read newspaper during your working lunch time or want to browse through their magazines, you’re welcome too.
For kids and teenagers, you can enjoy your manga reading on the tatami mat. Lots of Manga comics which is translated into English.
Toilet  for female and male are available inside the library too!

Here’s the LCD monitor PC for your easy internet access.
Note: User are not allow to chat or blog or open your Facebook/Twitter
Kids will love this Manga comic section

Very comfortable sofa. You can just sit there and fall asleep. Just kidding. Not allow to sleep inside any library
Magazine area. Recipes, japanese cooking, sushi, japanese dishes, fashion, pretty japanese girls in this colorful magazines
I like the curtain. Look so like japanese style!
Note: I didn’t snap the photo of the toilet. It’s big, go there and see for yourself!
The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
18th Floor, Northpoint, Block B,
Mid-Valley City, No. 1, Medan Syed Putra,
59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
JFKL Library
Tel: 03-2284 6228
Transportation: Mid Valley KTM Station/Bus
MidValley FREE Bus Schedule

One thought on “Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur JFKL in MidValley

  1. Hey
    I was wondering if the library is actually inside the Midvalley? (which i was referring to the Mid Valley Megamall) I was planning on studying at the library for my exam, trying out many libraries for the past few weeks just to try on new environment. JFKL library looks nice though. And is it allowed for discussion?

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