The Main Library is composed of two rooms. The white room is full of light and it faces the garden, allowing guests to admire flowers and trees such as Chinese quince and Japanese ash. With bookshelves full of books on art, architecture, design, local crafts and literature, the black room at the rear is the perfect space for a quiet study session, and it is also where Mr. and Mrs. Nakamichi welcome the guests in a special Tea Ceremony.
The Forest Library offers a beautiful view on the trees and mosses in the garden. It was created to celebrate the plants that have been thriving here for centuries and that we strive to preserve for future generations. The Forest Library features a collection of books on trees, plants, and mosses with a special focus on local flora, allowing visitors to feel in harmony with nature.
Library Zero showcases the artwork Replacement of Zero by the contemporary artist Tatsuo Miyajima and the architect Sei Takeyama, who designed Beniya Mukayu. The reading room features a collection of books on mathematics, philosophy, aesthetics, architecture and design with a special emphasis on the subjects of zero, nothingness and emptiness related to the concept of "mukayu".