The Manga Library was run entirely by volunteers, set up for three days and open 24/7.
I personally checked out volume 7 of The Story of Saiunkoku.
I have various considerations to note about the existence of such a library. Libraries are made to serve their community. They also stay relevant by providing needed resources to their patrons. The Manga Library’s specialized collection makes accessible hundreds of titles that are out of print and unavailable at other libraries. This library provides a venue for patrons to read manga they otherwise would be unable to obtain. Volunteers can also recommend titles to patrons, which is an aspect of readers’ advisory; such conversations connect readers to potentially new materials.
See below for pictures of the Manga Library, including a few acrobats.