The CALLHOME Japanese
corpus of telephone speech consists of 120 unscripted telephone
conversations between native speakers of Japanese.
All calls, which lasted up to 30 minutes, originated in North America
and were placed to locations overseas (typically Japan). Most
participants called family members or close friends.
This corpus contains speech data files ONLY, along with the minimal
amount of documentation needed to describe the contents and format of
the speech files and the software packages needed to uncompress the
speech data. The transcripts and documentation (LDC96T18) are
available separately, as is an associated lexicon and transducer (LDC96L17).
There are no updates at this time.