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teamLab Planets TOKYO DMM チームラボプラネッツ TOKYO DMM

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teamLab, Floating Flower Garden; Flowers and I are of the Same Root, the Garden and I are One, 2015, Interactive Kinetic Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi Orchids(except Vanda and Renanthera): Haruyuki Kato(Zama Orchids Center) Vanda and Renancera: Kazuki Kaneta(moku), Yoshinobu Ueda(ACRE8), teamLab © teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

A museum for the new generation combining digital art and the beauty of nature. teamLab Planets TOKYO DMM Immersive art of light, water, and sound.

The international art collective teamLab opened teamLab Planets TOKYO DMM in Toyosu, Tokyo, in July 2018. Visitors explore the space barefoot, for an immersive experience. Since opening, the museum has welcomed many, including local and global celebrities, making it one of the city's hottest art spots.

Don't Miss

  • Completely immersing yourself in the artwork spaces
  • Experiencing a combination of nature and technology through art
  • Strolling barefoot through the installations for a unique sensory experience

How to Get There

teamLab Planets TOKYO DMM is a 1-minute walk from Shin-Toyosu station on the Yurikamome line, and a 10-minute walk from the Toyosu station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line.

Quick Facts

Many new experiences such as walking through water and becoming one with the artworks

Entrance to the public area is free of charge

Only 10-minutes away by car from the popular shopping district, Ginza

Make the most of your visit to teamLab Planets

Enjoying the compositions at teamLab Planets is an opportunity to have fun and engage the senses. Visitors explore the installations barefoot for a truly immersive experience.

In the “Garden Area”, you can immerse yourself in the world of over 13,000 live orchids in the artwork “Floating Flower Garden”: Flowers and I are of the Same Root, the Garden and I are One”. The orchids react when people get close, floating up and creating space around you for an otherworldly experience that will captivate you.

The “Water Area” offers multiple artwork spaces where you can walk barefoot and interact with the works. Walk among digital Koi fish, influence artwork spaces with your smartphone, or simply by touching.

teamLab, Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People - Infinity, 2016-2018, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi © teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

teamLab, The Infinite Crystal Universe, 2018, Interactive Installation of Light Sculpture, LED, Endless, Sound: teamLab © teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

The area outside the museum is the “Public Area”.

It contains a huge work of art called "Universe of Fire Particles Falling from the Sky” The digitally created monolith-like installation, which resembles a pillar of fire, is available to experience with or without admission.

Universe of Fire Particles on the Water's Surface

If you launch the Distributed Fire smartphone application and approach this fire, the flame will ignite and you can take the artwork home with you as a souvenir. It is, even shareable with other smartphones.

* Exhibits are subject to change.

teamLab, Universe of Fire Particles on the Water's Surface, 2021, Digital Installation, Continuous Loop © teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

Take your favorite photos

Take as many photos as you want, and share your experiences with others on Instagram. Visitors are asked not to use flash photography inside the museum, as it will destroy the appearance of the artworks, which use light, and diminish the experience for others.

Vegan Ramen in the art space

You can eat ramen noodles in the “Reversible Rotation-Non-Objective Space” installation. The ramen noodles are a collaboration between teamLab PLANETS and “Vegan Ramen UZU” from Kyoto, a restaurant listed in one of Europe's most famous food guidebooks. The Tokyo limited Flower Vegan Ramen is topped with various edible flowers. Enjoy a cold, refreshing, ramen.

* Menus are subject to change

teamLab, Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space, 2021, Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi © teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

You can also relax at the free spaces “Table of Sky and Fire” and the artwork bench “One Stroke Bench”. Please check the official site regarding the exhibition period and opening hours.

teamLab, Table of Sky and Fire, teamLab Architects, 2021© teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

Art, food, and shopping, a heavenly view of Tokyo Bay make for a day you will never forget

After experiencing teamLab Planets, we recommend a visit to Toyosu market (moved from Tsukiji) and the Urban dock LaLaport TOYOSU shopping center, where you can enjoy one of the many restaurants and shop to your heart's content. Walk on one of the beautiful sidewalks around the Toyosu area, enjoy nature at Toyosu Gururi Park, or relax by the seaside to enjoy a fantastic view of the Rainbow Bridge and many other famous landmarks. The museum is only a 10-minute car ride from Ginza, one of Tokyo's most popular areas for gourmets and shopping lovers.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

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