1. Viewing the facilities in a wheelchair
There are 10 wheelchair accessible restrooms on-site, and 14 wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. The Center features wheelchair-accessible elevators. All exterior doors in the facilities are automatic, and facility entrances are equipped with easy-access slopes for wheelchairs.
2. Discount policy (for special exhibitions)
Physically-challenged visitors (and one attendant) may enter the Center free of charge.
3. For visitors with small children
There are 9 baby strollers available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. A nursing room is located on the basement floor. All wheelchair accessible restrooms are equipped with a diaper-changing station.
4. For visitors who use magnetic induction loop (telecoil) hearing aids
Auditorium on the third floor is equipped with induction loop systems, which may be used by visitors with corresponding hearing aids at any time, such as during a lecture. There are 10 induction loop receivers available free of charge.
A special lot for disabled parking can be accessed by entering the premises through the west gate (by Aoyama Park). General parking is not available.