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teamLab, Tokyo - A Must See Destination

teamLab Planets, Tokyo, Japan

teamLab Planets

Are you looking for a unique, family-friendly experience for your next family travel adventure in Japan? teamLab Planets is sheer magic for kids and adults alike! This fully immersive experience is unlike anything you can find in the US and is perfect for traveling with kids. Whether you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure or just a fun way to explore the world, teamLab Planets is the perfect destination on your visit to Japan.

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What is teamLab Planets?

teamLab Planets is a highly interactive digital art museum located in Tokyo, Japan. It is part of the teamLab group, which specializes in digital art that combines technology and creativity.

The teamLab Planets exhibition is designed to be an immersive experience where visitors can explore the intersection between art and technology in a fun and interactive way. Visitors can wander through the expansive space, discovering art installations that are responsive to both the environment and human interaction.

The goal of teamLab Planets is to create an innovative environment where guests of all ages can learn about the creative possibilities of modern technology and interact with it in a unique way. Each installation is interactive and encourages visitors to explore their surroundings and experiment with new ways to create. The exhibition features artworks from various creators, ranging from interactive 3D sculptures and abstract videos to interactive light installations and more.

What can you expect?

teamLab Planets, Tokyo, Japan

At teamLab Planets, you can expect a totally unique and fully immersive experience. All of the artwork and installations are completely interactive, allowing guests to get truly involved in the pieces. You can walk through immersive art, and watch as the ground beneath your feet changes color and textures. As you explore the space, you’ll come across beautiful light sculptures, and walls that move with sound. You will walk barefoot through, sometimes, knee deep water, and watch as the world around you floats by. It is light, sound and feel.

The space is constantly changing, so no two visits are ever the same. With new works added on a regular basis, there’s always something fresh and exciting to see.

No matter what age you are, there’s something for everyone at teamLab Planets. This is the perfect place to take the whole family to experience something new and have an unforgettable time together.

Watch our experience at teamLab Planets HERE

How to get there

If you are planning to travel to Japan with kids, teamLab Planets is definitely a must-visit destination. It is located at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo and is easily accessible by train.

Take the JR Yamanote line to Odaiba Kaihin-Koen station and follow the signs to teamLab Planets. The journey will take approximately 15 minutes from Tokyo Station, or 25 minutes from Shinjuku Station.

From the station, you can take a taxi or the Yurikamome Line to Aomi Station. The Yurikamome is an automated people mover that takes you across Tokyo Bay. It takes about 10 minutes to get to Aomi Station, and the entrance to teamLab Planets is right across the street.

Tips for visiting with kids

Visiting teamLab Planets with kids is an unforgettable experience and is definitely worth the effort. Here are some tips to make sure you have a great time!

1. Make sure to bring enough supplies for the kids – As you will be assigned a locker to store your family’s belongings, it’s important to bring enough of what you need for your kids during your visit. This includes snacks, water, and any other items they might need throughout the day.

2. Be prepared to take off shoes and socks - As soon as you enter the premises, all guests must remove their shoes and socks and leave them in their lockers. This is a common practice in Japan, so be sure to dress comfortably so your kids can take off their shoes and socks with ease.

3. Wear pants that can be rolled up. Do not wear skirts or dresses as many of the floors are mirrored. They do, however, offer shorts for those visiting in skirts or dresses.

4. Be mindful of the rules – As you explore the different installations, make sure your kids know to follow the rules in order to keep themselves and others safe. This includes not running or pushing other guests, and being mindful of the interactive installations that require more care.

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