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Random Walk on the Multi-layerd World

January 15–February 27, 2022

Random Walk on the Multi-layerd World


Date: January 15–February 27, 2022
Venue: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] Gallery A, Hyper ICC (
Hours: 11:00am–6:00pm (Admission until 30 minutes before closing)
Closed: Mondays, Maintenance day (February 13)
Admission Fee: Adults / University students 500 (400) Yen, Admission free for High school students and younger
(Reservation is required)
Online reservation (“e-tix DATA FARM”)

Online reservation

* Rates shown in parentheses are for groups of more than 14 persons.
* Admission free: Disabled persons (proof-required) and their attendants / Persons 65 years and older / High school students and younger.

Online Exhibition Venue

* In Japanese

Curators: HATANAKA Minoru, YUBISUI Yasuko
Co-Curation: TANIGUCHI Akihiko
Supervisor: TOYODA Keisuke (noiz)

Organizer: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corporation)

* Opening hours and holidays are subject to change. Please visit the ICC website for up-to-date information.




Related Information

Discount Information

Discount with the exhibition held at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery
If you show ticket stub of the following exhibition that will be held in the same period at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery “Miquel Barceló” at 3F Tokyo Opera City, we offer discount to admission fee.
Also, you can be admitted at discount if you show ticket stub of the exhibition “Random Walk on the Multi-layerd World.”

Discount with “MuPon”

“Grutto Pass”

Chirashi Museum * in Japanese

ICC Discount Coupon
Please print out and bring it with you or present the terminal screen at the reception desk. It is possible to enter the exhibition at a discounted fee.
|→ discount coupon | (PDF)

Request for visitors 
The countermeasures against COVID-19

The following will not be permitted to enter ICC.

  • People with a fever of 37.5℃ (99.5℉) or above. (Visitors will have their temperature taken upon entry with a thermal camera and non-contact thermometer.)
  • People who have traveled within the past two weeks to a region or country with a high infection rate.
  • People with symptoms such as fever, sore throat, runny nose, persistent fatigue, etc.
  • People not wearing a face covering.

* Please visit the ICC website for up-to-date information.

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