チームラボ《Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers》©チームラボ

teamLab Planets TOKYO E-Tickets

チームラボ《Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers》©チームラボ

Overview

Get your tickets for teamLab Planets TOKYO. Experience a journey through super huge spacial digital artworks based on the concept of "Body Immersive". Step into the museum barefoot, and immerse yourself in art-spaces that blur the lines between art and people.

Highlights

  • Experience teamLab Planets' newest installations, including the Artwork Dining Space, Artwork Dining Table, and Artwork Dining Bench
  • Only in summer: enjoy digital sunflowers at Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers
  • Lose yourself in sakura at Drawing on the Water Surface and Falling Universe of Flowers
  • Download the teamLab and teamLab: FIRE apps to interact with the artworks in teamLab Planets!
  • Explore teamLab Planets' 10 immersive art installations, designed to stimulate all five senses

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Important Information

1. Book e-tickets for guaranteed entry on your chosen day and time. As of June 2020, teamLab Planets TOKYO sells a limited number of fixed-date e-tickets; availabilities are every 30 minutes 2. Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email with the subject 'Your Ticket for Booking ID: XXX | teamLab Planets TOKYO E-Tickets'; please check your inbox and spam folder 3. Print the e-ticket or save it on your phone 4. Scan your QR code at the entrance any time on your selected date, and you’re in! ※All ticket activities are non-refundable once the payment is successful or in review status ※In the case, the venue is closed due to unexpected circumstances, we will process a refund for your booking. • COVID-19 prevention measures are in places, such as ensuring that guests observe social distancing, enhanced disinfection procedures, and provision of hand sanitizers • During peak periods, you may have to wait for 30–90 minutes to enter • If you are likely to experience muscle cramps or loss of consciousness due to light stimulation, or you have phobias related to heights or confined/dark spaces, please exercise caution when visiting teamLab Planets • Shooting of video or photos may take place without prior notice; if you do not consent to be featured in any media, please inform a staff member • Some artworks in the venue use water, which can reach up to knee-high levels for adults • Due to mirrored flooring, skirts and dresses are not recommended • During peak times, customers who have been on-site for a long time may be asked to move forward

Description

Pre-order e-tickets to teamLab Planets TOKYO for guaranteed entry to this enthralling installation tucked out of the way in the Toyosu area of Tokyo Bay. Each exhibit is based on the teamLab collective’s concept of “Body Immersive”, wherein your entire person gets immersed in the artwork, and the boundaries between the work and your own self become indistinct. Successor to the DMM Planets exhibition previously held in Odaiba, this iteration runs from July 2018 until end of 2023, building on the success of the first collaboration between art collective teamLab, and major sponsor DMM. The teamLab Planets experience naturally draws comparisons with the nearby permanent exhibit teamLab Borderless as well—some of Planets’ works are similar to those at Borderless, but the experience is totally different. Compared to the sprawling labyrinth of Borderless, the more linear and compact Planets installation offers a more tranquil journey. Instead of getting lost in a maze of exhibits, you lose yourself in each successive artwork as you make your way through a course of super huge experiential exhibits, including four expansive exhibition spaces that seem to extend to infinity. ARTWORKS • Universe of Fire Particles Falling from the Sky Before you even step inside, the newest artwork at the museum arrests you outside the doors. Flames in reality are a phenomenon of light and heat, but people perceive the sensory experience as if it were an object. This towering artwork represents flames as a continuum of fire particles, which flicker and flow in reaction to the spectators who stand around it. • Waterfall of Light Particles at the Top of an Incline Your walk through Planets begins simply, by navigating a darkened, sloping corridor with shallow water rushing down it, towards and past you. The sights, sounds, smells, and sensations of this exhibit take you away from the outside world, setting the stage for the rest of the journey. • Universe of Fire Particles A reprise of the artwork outside the museum, Universe of Fire Particles is a more immersive experience in the controlled environment of Planets. In the darkened space, you'll lose yourself in the representation of flame that seems almost alive. • Soft Black Hole The next stop is a kind of gigantic bean bag room, a hall with soft, enveloping coverings on every inch of the floor and walls, where you can romp, jump, or just rest for a while. • Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People This exhibit has you wading through shallow waters of milky-white opacity, with countless multicolored koi carp are projected onto its surface. Like teamLab’s other interactive projection mapping works, the fish swim around you and react to your movements (or stillness) leaving flowers blossoming in their place whenever you touch them. Mirrored walls (and Planets’ controlled admittance) make this attraction seem even more expansive than it really is, and add to the enthralling ambiance of the room. • Expanding Three-Dimensional Existence in Transforming Space Intriguingly, this exhibit is subtitled Flattening 3 Color and 9 Blurred Colors, Free Floating. One of teamLab’s iconic creations, the space is filled with floating spheres of ever-changing color. As you move through them they change color and resonate with sounds, with the effect spreading out in waves that affect the nearby balloon-like structures. • The Infinite Crystal Universe One of teamLab’s most iconic works, in this piece you’ll walk through an enchanting forest of lights hanging in long strings from the ceiling, that flash and shift through a rainbow of colors as you watch. The mesmerizing patterns and waves of color, atmospheric music, and mirrored floor, walls and ceiling create an enthralling and fully immersive space you won’t want to leave. Variations on Crystal Universe have been exhibited around the world, and it’s no surprise that they have included it here to let you enjoy the magic in a less crowded setting than at teamLab Borderless. • Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers The final room is a hemispherical space with waves of gigantic flying flowers projected across its dome, that appear to fly across the artificial sky while being reflected in the mirrored floor. The effect is that of floating in space with roses, sunflowers, and endless other flowers streaming past you, sometimes exploding into showers of petals. Take your time and enjoy the enthrallment of the experience as you sit suspended in space, or lie down beneath the night-sky-like projections above you. NEW ADDITIONS From October 8, 2021, teamLab Planets unveils a new Dining Experience, Art Space, and Flower Shop. The new Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo is located in the Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space or Table of Sky and Fire artwork spaces. teamLab opened the first Vegan Ramen UZU in Kyoto last year, which quickly found popularity with its unique concept. Enjoy a bowl of plant-based noodles as you take in the mesmerizing digital art that surrounds you. Flower Shop & Art is a retail space stocked with original teamLab merchandise and fresh orchids from the new garden installation at teamLab Planets. Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space features rotating spatial calligraphy, which reconstructs calligraphy in 3D to express the depth, speed, and power of the brushstroke. The calligraphy shifts between two and three dimensions. Note that the new Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space requires a separate fee for admission. You can enter without a teamLab Planets ticket, but you cannot enter with a teamLab Planets ticket alone.

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