Recently Excite News reported the following:
Meiji University on the 22nd announced the establishment of the "Tokyo international cartoon library" (tentative name) that collected and exhibited items such as cartoons, animated cartoons, and the games in the Surugadai campus in Chiyodaku, Tokyo in the 2014 fiscal year. The number of stored items was scheduled to reach the world's largest class of two million points. It aimed at becoming the contemporary Japan culture research base which had high regard from foreign countries, meanwhile it could be used for general purpose also. Regarding the facilities, the plan was to modify old schoolhouse in the junior high school and the high school attached to the university, reading rooms and theaters were planned to be set up.
The above decision will probably further strengthen Japan's leading role in cartoon and game production in the world.