If you love Team Lab Borderless, you will be thrilled by Team Lab Planets.
The official word is that Team Lab Planets is a museum where you move through water.
It consists of 4 vast exhibition spaces at its center, and 7 works of art. The artworks are based on art collective teamLab’s concept of “Body Immersive”.
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Team Lab Planets
The massive Body Immersive space consists of a collection of installations in which the entire body becomes immersed in the art, and the boundaries between the viewer and the work become ambiguous.
Visitors enter the Team Lab Planets museum barefoot, and become immersed with other visitors in the vast installation spaces.
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How to get to Team Lab Planets from Team Lab Borderless
Team Lab Planets is an 11 minute train ride from Tokyo Palette Town/Mega Web where the TEAM LAB BORDERLESS exhibition is located.
Ride the Yurikamome train line from Aomi Station outside MegaWeb, to Shin-Toyosu Station.
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THE INSIDE SCOOP: Tokyo TeamLab Planets
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Address：teamLab Planets TOKYO, Toyosu 6-1-16, Koto-ku, Tokyo
From July 20 to Aug 31, 2019
- Everyday: 9:00 – 22:00 (Last Entrance at 21:00)
From 1st September 2019
- Weekdays: 10:00 – 22:00 (Last Entrance at 21:00)
- Sundays, Saturdays, and National Holidays: 9:00 – 22:00 (Last Entrance at 21:00)
- Entry prices vary
- Click here for information on ticket prices, and availability
Access：How to get to Team Lab Planets
- 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)
URL: Click here
Map: Click here
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