Toyosu’s Transformation: An Area Guide
Formed on reclaimed land in 1934, Toyosu has been transformed over the years into a mo...
After a temporary closure due to the spread of coronavirus, teamLab — an art collective known for its immersive (and Instagrammable) installations — has reopened teamLab Planets, their massive digital museum in Toyosu. Within the four exhibition spaces are seven mind-boggling artworks that play with light, space, water, abstract shapes and natural images. You enter the museum barefoot and as you progress you wade through streams of water and fabric, and can lay down and marvel at the light shows. Per orders from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, teamLab is 1) limiting admission by selling pre-order tickets in 30-minute time slots, 2) denying entry to visitors who might have Covid-19 and 3) taking a number of sanitary measures at the venue.
Check the teamLab Planets website for more details on admission policies, ticket pricing and ticket purchase.