Ninomiya Cable Landing Station

Ninomiya Cable Landing Station locates in Ninomiya, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The Miura CLS is the cable landing station for the FEA, TPC-1, TPC-5, JIH (Japan Information Highway) and other intra-Japan submarine cable systems.

 

Station Name:

Ninomiya Cable Landing Station, or Ninomiya CLS

 

Station Owner:

KDDI

 

Available Backhaul Providers:

KDDI

 

Cable Systems:

  • FEA
  • TPC-5
  • TPC-1 (Trans Pacific Cable 1), the first submarine coaxial cable to link Japan and Guam and continue into mainland U.S.A. via Hawaii. It opened on June 19, 1964. Using a coaxial submarine cable, it had a small capacity of only 128 telephone lines and handled communications between Japan and the U.S.A for 26 years until 1990.
  • JIH (Japan Information Highway), a 10000km submarine cable landed at Okinawa, Miyazaki, Kochi, Shima, Toyohashi, Ninomiya, Chikura, Ibaraki, Sendai, Ishikari, Akita, Niigata, Naoetsu, Matsutou, Kumihama, Hamada, Fukuoka and Miyazaki, with design capacity of STM-16.

 

TPC-1 Landing at Ninomiya

Comments (1)
1Tuesday, 08 September 2015 15:04
I lived in Ninomiya and was out jogging one evening. Saw an American at the gate of the Landing Facility and talked with him briefly. This was in 1992 or 1993. It looked like a cool place to work. I was Satcom in Japan for 8 1/2 years and then have been working in the US as an IT professional. Our teletypes likely used these cables. Would like to know if the facility still exists and where can I apply? I loved Japan.
Sunday, 25 October 2015 11:08
Good experience and memory. The facility should still exist there.

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