It looks like Meiji University will become the host to the new manga library though.
Japanese university plans huge 'manga' library
>> TOKYO ? In a move to promote serious study of Japanese manga, a university in Tokyo plans to open a library with two million comic books, animation drawings, video games and other cartoon industry artifacts.
Tentatively named the Tokyo International Manga Library, it would open by early 2015 on the campus of the private Meiji University, and be available to researchers and fans from Japan and abroad. <<
>> The former conservative government of Taro Aso, which was ousted in August elections, had earmarked 11.7 billion yen (128 million dollars) for a museum on Japanese cartoon art and pop culture to be built in Tokyo.
But the plan, part of wider stimulus measures, was axed by the new centre-left government, which criticised the construction as a "state-run manga cafe" that has nothing to do with boosting the economy. <<
>> A Tokyo university is planning to open a library to promote serious study of Japanese manga comics.
The proposed Tokyo International Manga Library will house two million comic books, animation drawings, video games and other cartoon industry artefacts.
It is hoped the new library will open by early 2015 at Meiji University. <<