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NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]

Tokyo Opera City Tower 4F, 3-20-2 Nishishinjuku,
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-1404 Japan
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Toll-free Telephone: 0120-144199 (Domestic only)
Fax: 03-5353-0900
E-mail: query@ntticc.or.jp

Frequently Asked Question

Q .What is ICC?

NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] is an innovative cultural facility, which was established on April 19, 1997, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of telephone service in Japan (1990). Check our "About ICC" page.

Q .What kinds of works are exhibited?

For works currently on display, please check our "Exhibition & Event" pages.

Q .How much time does it take to see all the exhibits?

To see “Open Space,” the estimated time of appreciation is an hour.

Q .Are there exhibits related to telephone or technologies developed by NTT?

The NTT History Center of Technologies has an archive of historical assets mainly consisting of the NTT group companies’ huge collection of technological artifacts.

Q .Are there days when the museum is not open? What are its hours?

Check our "Hours" page.

Q .How can I get to the ICC?

For access information, Check our "Access" page.

Q .Do groups require reservations?

Yes. Please call in advance to make group reservations.

Q .What if we don't speak or read Japanese?

All explanations are in Japanese. There is, however, an English version of the museum guide.

Q .Are there lockers?

There are free-of-charge coin lockers. (Coins are returned when you retrieve the items you place in them.)
We have a cloak room for bigger baggages. Please ask at the reception.

Q .Is parking available?

Tokyo Opera City has a parking lot. The charge is 300 Yen per 30 minutes.
For access information, Check our "Access" page.

Q .Is there a place to eat?

For full meals, Tokyo Opera City has many restaurants.

Q .Is there a place to change diapers inside the museum?

There is a baby changing table in ICC.