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Service in Fukushima Prefecture

Regarding the Travel Schedule for February 2015

Out of service in February.

It has been 2 years since Rakuten Mobile Library started in Fukushima.
In order to maintain safe operations, Mobile Library car will be renovated in January and February.
We are looking forward to seeing you again in March.

New books arrived in Fukushima

February 10th through May 24th 2014, the special project called “MInna no Egao! Hanayagu Kurashi campaign” or “Smile for everyone! Brighten up life campaign” took place on Rakuten Ichiba, daily goods, stationery and handicraft category. Part of the sales of this project were used to buy new books for Rakuten Mobile Library in Fukushima.

楽天いどうとしょかんに新しく搭載された書籍
Where the new books come from?
It has been one year and a half since Rakuten mobile library started in Fukushima. More than 1,200 books were donated by Rakuten Ichiba customers through Rakuten-tasuke Ai program. This time, “MInna no Egao! Hanayagu Kurashi campaign” or “Smile for everyone! Brighten up life campaign” on Rakuten Ichiba supported this activity which about 9,000 children took part in.
By using part of the sales of this campaign, various popular books from picture books for small children to illustrated books and novels for the fifth or sixth grade elementary school pupils were added the bookshelf of the library car.
New books arrived Fukushima on July 24th and children in Fukushima enjoy those.

【Past activity】Rakuten Mobile Library in Fukushima

Rakuten Mobile Library Travel map in Fukushima prefecture Fukushima City Koriyama City Nihonmatsua City Motomiya City Sukagawa City Iwaki City Date City

Rakuten Mobile Library was launched in Fukushima at December 21th, 2012 to support earthquake recovery and educational promotion for children.


The car with about 1,200 books including picture books, maps and illustrated books, plus 40 electronic-book readers "kobo touch" are runing from town to town to offer a reading environment to children.


As of April, 2014, a total of 6,670 children and parents visited the library. It is acting like a mini community where people get together.

Our Activities 2015

【Past activity】Regarding the Travel Schedule for January 2015

Out of service in january.

It has been 2 years since Rakuten Mobile Library started in Fukushima.
In order to maintain safe operations, Mobile Library car will be renovated in January.
We are looking forward to seeing you again in Febrary.

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