Digitized Art is popping up all over Tokyo; from seasonal pop-ups to permanent installations, we’ve got you covered. Do you have one to recommend? Leave a comment below.
Digital Harvest Fest in Ginza (Now until Mar 4, 2020) – Harvest vegetables in a virtual farm on the 2nd floor of METoA in Ginza. Grow healthy vegetables by sowing seeds, and then water and feed them together with the green-finger fairies. Challenge yourself to see how much crop you can harvest. You can also make sake in a virtual sake brewery – requires balance and some physical activity. Click here for more Tokyo Digital Fun Spots.
Address: Tokyu Plaza Ginza, 5-2-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061
Exhibition Telephone: +81 3 5537 7411
METoA Cafe & Kitchen: +81 3 6264 5761
Exhibition: 11:00 – 21:00 / Admission Free
METoA Cafe & Kitchen: 11:00 – 23:00 (L.O 22:00)
Access: Tokyo Metro Line One-minute walk from Exit C2/C3 of Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Marunouchi, and Hibiya Lines. Two-minute walk from Exit A1 of Hibiya Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya and Chiyoda Lines. Two-minute walk from Exit A0 of Yurakucho Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.
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Tokyo Joypolis is an SEGA branded indoor entertainment center where you can experience coasters with gaming, virtual rides with motion simulators, frightening VR experiences, arcade and more. A fantastic spot for thrill seekers and gamers. Great rain or shine. We recommend for kids 130cm and taller to experience most attractions and rides. Read More…
Tokyo Joypolis, Odaiba Details:
Address: 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 10:00 am-10:00 pm (Last Entry 9:15 pm) *** Operating hours may change without prior notice.
Access: 2 mins walk from Odaiba Kaihin Kouen Station on the Yurikamome Line OR 5 min walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line.
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Responding Tree of Life – Venus Fort
Date: Now until Sunday, March 1, 2020
※ Closed on February 17, 2020 (Monday), February 18 (Tuesday)
Location: Venus Fort 2F Olive Square (1-3-15 Aomi, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0064)
Flower`s by NAKED is an annual art exhibition which incorporates digital projection mapping with sound, smell and touch. We visited last year and recommend a visit. Enjoy the flower art, traditional Japanese motifs, music and various floral scents in the hands-on garden. A fantastic spot to experience the earliest cherry blossoms in Tokyo.
Flower`s by NAKED 2020 Details:
Dates: Now until Sunday, March 1, 2020
Address: Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall COREDO Muromachi 1.5F (entrance on the 4th floor)
Open hours: 10: 00 ~ 20: 00 Daily ※ Last admission 19:30
Access: Mitsukoshimae Station Exit A6 on the Hanzomon Line / Ginza Line or Shin-Nihombashi Station on the JR Sobu Line
Fees: Adult 1600 yen (Mon-Fri) 2000 yen (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)
Child (elementary age and up) 1000 yen (Mon-Fri) 1000 yen (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)
teamLab Planets TOKYO (Toyosu) and teamLab Borderless (Odaiba) – both installations are the brain children of teamLab and provide a 360 degree immerse light and environment experience. Although both are created by the same company and only 2 kilometers apart in location, the two are very different experiences. If you can not attend both, hopefully you can read our review to determine which one is best for your family. If you can only attend one with kids, I would choose Borderless in Odaiba, but both are great fun if you have to chose based on availability of tickets. Reserved tickets are needed for both. Have fun! If you have little kids you may also want to consider the new teamLab exhibit called Little Planet Digital Play Space – super for 2-7 years olds. While you’re there visit our Odaiba Itinerary with Kids and our Toyosu/Odaiba area kid friendly locations.
teamLab Borderless (Odaiba) Details
Term: June 21, 2018 – permanent
Address: MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless Odaiba Palette Town, 1-3-8 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Business Hours: Closed 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each Month.
Mon–Thu 10:00–19:00 (21:00**), Fri & Holiday Eve 10:00–21:00 (22:00**), Sat 10:00–21:00 (22:00**)
Sun & Holiday 10:00–19:00 (20:00**) **During Jun 21 – Aug 31 museum is open longer hours.
*Last entry 1 hour before the museum closing time.
*Hours may vary depending on the season.
*Access: 5 min walk from Tokyo Teleport Station (Rinkai Line) and Aomi Station (Yurikamome Line), Paid Public Parking available onsite: TIMES Venus Fort Parking 24 hours and TIMES Palette Town Parking 24 hours
Ticket Purchase: Highly advise to buy tickets before hand – if the website says no tickets there are no tickets. Do not waste your time going hoping to buy tickets at the door. Entrance Pass. Buy tickets online here.
teamLab Planets Tokyo (Toyosu) Details
Term: July 7, 2018 – Fall 2020
Address: teamLab Planets TOKYO, Toyosu 6-1-16, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours: Weekday 10:00 – 25:00, Sat, Sun & National Holiday 9:00 – 25:00 ※Last admission 24:00
Access: No public parking nearby. 1 minute on foot from Shin-Toyosu Station (Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Waterfront Line Yurikamome Line), 10 minutes on foot from Toyosu Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line)
Ticket Purchase: Highly advise to buy tickets before hand – if the website says no tickets there are no tickets. Do not waste your time going hoping to buy tickets at the door. Entrance Pass. Buy tickets online her
- Adults (18 and over) 3,200 JPY,University students 2,500 JPYJunior HS (12-17) 2,000 JPYChild (between 4-12) 800 JPY
Little Planet is a permanent digital exhibition that combines digital technology with play. They offer various digital experiences to keep your child active and engaged. If your kids loved the TeamLab Borderless/Planets exhibition they`ll love to pop into Little Planet. Our kids loved the sand party area where they used special tools to locate digital treasures in a sand box. Use the tools (located under the treasure board) to hover over an area in the sand. When blue circles appear begin digging in that area to discover a digital treasure. Dig streams, build mountains and locate all the treasures! Read More…
Little Planet Odaiba Details:
Address: 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo Diversity Tokyo 5F
Hours: Daily 10:00-21:00
Access: 3 minutes on foot from Tokyo Teleport Station or 5 minutes on foot from Daiba Station.
Locations: Omiya, Yokohama, Shin Misato, Fukuoka and more. Check their website for a full list.
Not in Tokyo but not very far is Hamley’s in Yokohama. Hamley`s entertainment Toy Store is the oldest and largest toy shop in the world. It is named after William Hamley, who founded a toy shop called “Noah’s Ark” in London in 1760. Their digital playroom is open to babies and kids up to 12 years and is equip with toys, playground equipment, slide and digital wall. Read More…
Hamleys Yokohama World Porters Shop Details
Address: 2-2-1, Shinkou, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa “World Porters Bibre” 1st and 2nd Floor
Open hours: 10:30 to 21:00 Daily
Access: 12 min walk from Minatomirai Stations on the Minatomirai Line; parking also available
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