Immersive Museum in Tokyo 2020

Japan’s First Immersive Museum to Open in Tokyo in 2020 Spring/Summer

The Immersive Museum has been postponed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the new date will be announced as soon as it’s confirmed.

Immersive Museum (イマーシブミュージアム), Japan’s first immersive museum will be opening at the Warehouse TERRADA in Tokyo for a limited time from April to August 2020.

The museum will be offering visitors an immersive art experience with the latest digital technology collaborating with some of the world’s greatest masterpieces.

The theme of the exhibition is Impressionism, featuring approx 70 art works by some of the most renowned artists including Claude Monet and Edgar Degas, which are divided into eight scenes in the museum.

© RMN-Grand Palais (musée de l’Orangerie) / Michel Urtad / AMF / amanaimages

The paintings are projected on the walls and the floors in the vast indoor space at the museum, and visitors can walk around the room freely. With the special sound effects, an unique and wonderful art experience is offered as if entering the world of masterpiece paintings.

Some of the most famous Impressionism paintings by Monet such as Water Lilies and Impression, Sunrise will be exhibited with the latest CG technology.

© Bridgeman Images /amanaimages

At Immersive Museum, the whole new art experience can be enjoyed. It’s gonna be a new type attraction in a collaboration between artworks and cutting-edge technology.

 The exhibition will be available temporarily during spring and summer in 2020, so if you are travelling in Tokyo during the period, don’t miss a chance to have the most unique and modern immersive art experience!

-Immersive Museum (イマーシブミュージアム)

Venue: Terrada Warehouse G1–5F


Access: 4 mins walk from Tennozu Isle Station B exit (Rinkai Line)

Date: 17 April to 12 August 2020
→ Postponed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and new date will be announced once it’s confirmed

Hours: 10:00~21:00 (Last entry at 20:00)

Ticket: 2,500 yen (adult), 1,500 yen (junior high and high school students), 800 yen (elementary school students)
*Tickets can be purchased online in advance or at the venue on the same day

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