teamLab Planets in Toyosu, Tokyo, is a body immersive museum where reality and fantasy blend into one work on art with you as the focal point. Visitors enter the museum barefoot in order to interact with the spaces—some filled with water—and merge your body with the spaces of lights, mirrors, and motion sensors.
This venue will provisionally run until the end of 2022.
Wander through vast artificially living artworks, such as the Infinite Crystal Universe, where pointillism meets light meets mirrors. Soft Black Hole allows visitors to walk over a changing and textured landscape where their every footstep sinks into the ground. It’s a sensory adventure for sight, sound, and touch.
You can also take advantage of the teamLab app, which you can download prior to entering, in order to read more about the concept of each work of art as you experience them. The app also syncs with some of the artwork spaces to allow you to control varying degrees of the work.
Watch vibrant flowers bloom to life and wither in a continuous cycle of life and death.
Dots of light and mirrors play with the people who walk through the space to create ever-changing works fo art.
Walk over terrain unlike anything you've ever felt. Experience what it might feel like to walk in space.
The ever-changing art and water combine with vibrant lights to create works on art on the surface of the water that changes as you move through the space.
The blues and cool colors bring a sense of finiteness to otherwise living things.
A replica of a previous artwork by TeamLab, the lights reflect off the surface of the water to create lines as you walk up the incline.
These color-changing shapes exist in a space that makes them feel alive as they interact with touch and the people who wander through the area.
This giant sculpture outside of the museum imagines an endless waterfall coming from the sky.
Become the flower, and walk among 13,000 live orchids. The suspended flowers perfume the air with floral aromas, while gentle music pervades the environment. Mirrored floors blend the borders between ground and sky, creating a scene of infinite colors and life.
A variable exhibit that changes with the Earth. Being located outside, the field of moss and oval sculptures (ovoids) harmonize with the sun, moon, and rain, as well as each other. Listen to the chime of the ovoids as they sway, yet always realign themselves. The daytime view of moss, mist, and silver ovoids creates a mystical scene that transforms into a fantastical one at night when the sculptures glow 61 ever changing colors.
*Temporarily closed due to renovations*
teamLab Planets is directly outside of Shin-Toyosu Station's North Exit.
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