Dialogue in Silence was launched in Germany 20 years ago and has been travelling the world ever since. In this event, people are asked to use nonverbal forms of communication with one another. Participants wear noise-cancelling headsets and are then led by a hearing-impaired guide to different rooms. A unique experience, the tour takes around an hour and a half per person. The event is held in the Lumine Zero New Woman Building connected to Shinjuku Station.
292 m from Shinjuku StationMarunouchi Line (M8)Shinjuku Line (S1)Oedo Line (E27)Yamanote Line (JY17)Chūō Line (Rapid) (JC5)Chūō-Sōbu Line (JB30)Odakyu Odawara Line (OH1)Keiō Line (KO1)Keiō New Line (KO1)
309 m from Shinjuku-nishiguchi StationOedo Line (E1)
453 m from Shinjuku-sanchōme StationFukutoshin Line (C13)Marunouchi Line (M9)Shinjuku Line (S2)
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