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Updated: November 15, 2021
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teamLab is an art collective running various museums and installations. They make use of cutting-edge technology, including projection and motion capture. These days, their immersive, genre-bending galleries are among some of Tokyo's most popular tourist attractions.
teamLab "The Infinite Crystal Universe" © teamLab
teamLab Planets is one of teamLab's most successful projects. This multimedia experience has attracted over two million visitors, including celebrities and others from all over the world.
teamLab "Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People - Infinity" © teamLab
The artworks are large-scale fusions of color and light that change as you walk in and around them. As you arrive at the gallery, you take your shoes off. You explore the space barefoot, at times wading knee-deep in water. Another gallery has you walking among a garden of over 13,000 real flowers—blending nature with technology. You can get lost in the same way you might get lost in a forest. It's a multisensory experience.
Flower Vegan Ramen (Cold) Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo
Green Tea Vegan Ramen Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo
teamLab "Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space" © teamLab
teamLab "Table of Sky and Fire" © teamLab
In October 2021, the popular Kyoto-based Vegan Ramen Uzu opened their first Tokyo location inside teamLab Planets. You can enjoy a bowl of noodles while inside one of the art spaces. The food is completely plant-based, and the Tokyo location features some exclusive menu items. The original Kyoto shop was highlighted by the Michelin Guide as a Bib Gourmand restaurant.
teamLab Planets is located in Toyosu, which is home to the famous Toyosu Market. There's also a waterfront area with plenty of shopping facilities. The busy districts of Tsukiji and Ginza are within walking distance.
General admission: 3,200 yen
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