There are two star clusters near the Galactic Center which might be similar to the central parsec cluster. One is the Quintuplet cluster at (l = 0.16°, b = −0.06°), and the other is the Object #17 cluster at (l = 0.12°, b = 0.02°). The Quintuplet, first found in a polarimetric survey by Kobayashi et al. (1983), includes five very bright stars whose color temperatures are in the range of 600-900K (Okuda et al. 1990; Nagata et al. 1990). Object #17 is a cluster of emission line stars (Nagata et al. 1993, 1995; Cotera et al. 1996; Morris & Serabyn 1996). Spectral features of these two objects observed with the ISOCAM (Kessler et al. 1996; Cesarsky et al. 1996) have been reported (Nagata et al., 1996); absorption features due to O-H (2.8μm) CO2(4.3μm), and CO (4.7μm) are present. In this paper, we report diffuse emission components detected in these two fields.