The library would archive his books, materials he used for his works and his record collection.
Waseda officials said details were still being worked out, with a partial archive starting in 2019.
Murakami began writing while running a jazz bar in Tokyo and won recognition as a literary star with his 1987 romantic novel "Norwegian Wood."
His latest novel, "Killing Commendatore," recently hit US bookstores.
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