A Complete Guide to the TeamLab Planets Experience: Uncovering All the Highlights and Essential Tips – TeamLab Planets TOKYO DMM Toyosu


What is TeamLab(チームラボ)?

TeamLab is a digital content creation company that uses advanced technology to create immersive works of art. The company has developed immersive galleries that transcend genres and have become popular tourist attractions. In recent years, the company has gained popularity by operating dedicated museums around the world.

What kind of facility is TeamLab Planets TOKYO DMM Toyosu(チームラボプラネッツTOKYO DMM)?

TeamLab Planets TOKYO DMM is an exclusive digital art facility where visitors can enjoy digital art using all five senses, and is open until the end of 2027 in Toyosu, a bay area of Tokyo.

Inside the large building, there are exhibits of different types of artwork, each with its own unique features and ways to enjoy them. Inside the building, including the corridors, the entire area is dimly lit, and like a maze, you will be thrilled and excited to see what is about to happen.

We, the editors, who have experienced all of them, will now introduce some of the highlights and tips for you to enjoy them to the fullest!

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There are 10 digital artworks in the spacious museum

We will tell you about the highlights of all the works one by one!

Let’s enter!

After got your ticket and passing through the gate, you will first take an explanation of precautions and post-entry procedures on a monitor. After that, you will be guided to your locker.

Since all the digital artworks are interactive, there is one locker available per person. Shoes and socks are to be removed here to allow visitors to go barefoot, especially since some works involve immersing the legs in water.

For safety reasons, please check your jacket, bag, valuables, and pockets, as they can be dangerous if dropped, and store them in a locker.

We, the editorial team, chose minimal luggage, bringing only our cell phones since photography is allowed! Locker keys can be worn on the arm like a bracelet.

The museum is divided into the “Water Area” and the “Garden Area,” and we will start with the Water Area.

Waterfall of Light Particles at the Top of an Incline

As you walk down the dimly lit path, you will come to a slope with water flowing down it. Feeling the flowing water and the slightly bumpy ground with your legs, you will dive into the world of TeamLab!

坂の上にある光の滝 チームラボ プラネッツ TOKYO
Waterfall of Light Particles at the Top of an Incline

Climbing up the hill, a divinely shimmering waterfall appears. Poured in a straight line, this artwork appears to evoke a sense of appeal or connection with the viewer.

As you move on to the next piece, please use the provided towel to wipe your feet. Additionally, you can find detailed information about the works on the nearby panels.

Soft Black Hole – Your Body Becomes a Space that Influences Another Body

Soft Black Hole – Your Body Becomes a Space that Influences Another Body

The second work is a space where the floor and walls are entirely cushioned. When you step into the work, your feet sink into the floor and you are unable to walk properly, sometimes even using your hands to move forward.

The structure is designed so that the body sinks into the floor as one walks, reminding people with the original weight of their bodies—often forgotten in the context of flat urban everyday life.

The Infinite Crystal Universe

The Infinite Crystal Universe
The Infinite Crystal Universe

The third work is an illusionary space with countless lights shining in a fully mirrored space, and many people were taking pictures of this photogenic work, which has been the buzz on social media recently!

Countless LED lights show various changes with sound, and when it seems to go dark, they become small lights and dazzling brightness like a starry sky, or become gradation of colors, which is the unique changeable work of digital art.

The placement of the lights is a line of flow, creating the illusion that you yourself have wandered into a kaleidoscope. It is so beautiful that it seems as if an infinite space is expanding!

*Please be careful of your outfit as the entire surface is mirrored.

In the back space, there is a monitor that can be used to control the light of the artwork.

Select the icon of your choice and slide it upward to change the light. It can also be operated with the TeamLab app, so it is recommended to install it beforehand!

TeamLab app:

Incidentally, the space where this monitor is located is dark on the front side, so you can take silhouette photos just like the ones above! We had so much fun taking photos here!

We hope you will all give it a try and enjoy!

Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People – Infinity

Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People – Infinity / Spring only : Cherry blossom works

The fourth artwork features carp swimming on the surface of an infinite expanse of water. As the carp touch people, they scatter like flowers. Enjoy wading knee-deep in the pool of water.

Since the day we visited was during spring season, we were able to experience a spring-only cherry blossom edition. We never got tired of watching the carp turning into cherry blossoms and then eventually scatter.

After a while, the atmosphere changes quickly and brightly, and the trails of the swimming carp appear as lines in response to people. An infinitely colorful world spread out, and we were so moved!

Matter is Void – Fire

Matter is Void – Fire

There is also another work in a small room inside the work we mentioned above. It seems to be a hidden work since it is located in a place where you might think it is an exit.

The atmosphere is quite different from the other pieces, with the text being projected into a quiet, narrow, dark space. Chairs are set up so visitors can capture the perfect silhouette photos here.

Expanding Three-Dimensional Existence in Transforming Space – Flattening 3 Colors and 9 Blurred Colors, Free Floating

意思を持ち変容する空間、広がる立体的存在 チームラボ プラネッツ TOKYO
Expanding Three-Dimensional Existence in Transforming Space – Flattening 3 Colors and 9 Blurred Colors, Free Floating

The next work is a space where countless balloons float freely, bumping into people, and then someone touches the balloon, creating a new movement again. The colors of the balloons change with time and with people’s touch. The gradation between red, green, yellow, blue, and other colors is beautiful to behold.

The balloons laid out in the room are so soft and light that even children can move them. This floor is also mirrored.

Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers

Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers チームラボ プラネッツ TOKYO
Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers

The final work in the Water Area is a dome-shaped ceiling that projects flowers of the four seasons. Flowers of spring, summer, fall, and winter dance at regular intervals, with grass and large flowers appearing from time to time. Visitors can lie down or sit in any position they like.

As it was spring season at the time, we were able to enjoy the cherry blossom edition.

In addition, this work continues to be drawn in real time by a computer program. The highlight of this work is that each moment is an accidental image, and the same image can never be seen twice.

Moss Garden of Resonating Microcosms – Solidified Light Color, Dusk to Dawn

Moss Garden of Resonating Microcosms – Solidified Light Color, Dusk to Dawn

Next, we move on to the works in the Garden Area.

The first work is the semi-outdoor, Moss Garden of Resonating Microcosms – Solidified Light Color, Dusk to Dawn. Visitors are required to wear sandals. *Sandals are sanitized.

This work is a moss garden covered with an egg-shaped object called “Ovoid,” which changes its appearance during the day and after sunset.

We visited during the daytime after the rain and we could clearly smell the scent of real moss. The shiny Ovoid reflects the surrounding scenery, and the rain, wind, and the behavior of the people observing the work become part of the artwork. It transforms interactively, collapsing when pushed by the wind or people, and rising with a sound.

teamLab, Moss Garden of Resonating Microcosms – Solidified Light Color, Dusk to Dawn © teamLab

During the daytime, Ovoid looks like as shown in the first photo, but at night Ovoid begins to emit the light like the photo above. It changes in 61 colors.

*In case of light rain, the exhibition will be open to the public. However, In case of strong rain accompanied by typhoon or other strong winds, the exhibition may be closed.
*The content of the artwork will change during the day and after sunset. The works will shine after sunset.

Floating Flower Garden: Flowers and I are of the Same Root, the Garden and I are One

The second exhibit is located indoors.

This work is a fully mirrored space filled with real flowers in three dimensions. The flowers, which are displayed as if falling from the ceiling, move upward where people are present, creating a new space. Visitors can enjoy walking around slowly in any direction among the mass of flowers!

All of the flowers used in this work are Orchid varieties. Orchid flowers are known for their instances of co-evolution with specific insects, and their fragrance intensifies during the times of day when their partner insects are active. The fragrance in the space housing the artwork also undergoes changes from morning, noon, evening, to night.

We could also feel the sweet scent of orchids! This work allows you to feel nature along with the fragrance.

Universe of Fire Particles Falling from the Sky

These are the works inside the museum, but in fact, there are also works in front of the entrance.

The work looks as if flames are falling from the sky, and when you stand on the falling flames, the shape of the flames changes.

When you approach the flame of the artwork with the dedicated app ( Distributed Fire ), the flame lights up on your smartphone, allowing you to take the piece of artwork home. It is a truly unique experience!

When you put it close to another person’s smartphone, a similar flame lights up and you can connect the flames!

Flower Shop and Vegan Restaurant

On the premises, “the teamLab Flower Shop”, which sells a wide variety of orchids from the Floating Flower Garden: Flowers and I are of the Same Root, the Garden and I are One. Original goods are also available.

Moreover, there is a restaurant called “Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo”, which can be enjoyed by vegans. The restaurant offers two types of vegan ramen: soy sauce and miso. Vegan ice cream is also available.

In front of the restaurant there is Table of Sky and Fire. The mirrored table reflects the sky with Universe of Fire Particles Falling from the Sky. You can enjoy the art while eating!

It was a wonderful art experience, and we enjoyed it very much. Do not miss this amazing spot for your travel!

Tips You Should Know

Put your luggage in a locker! Dress light and have fun!

No coins are required when using the locker.

Some of the artworks involve immersion in water or physical movement, so we advise to carry only your camera or smartphone for photoshoot and leave everything else behind in locker! If you are worried about dropping your camera or phone, you may want to attach a strap to it.

Most of the works are for barefoot enjoyment, so shoes and socks are also taken off and put in lockers. If you are wearing stockings, you can also take them off here.

Locker sizes are as follows
Width 25cm × Depth 40cm × Height 50cm
Width 25cm × Depth 40cm × Height 75cm

Baggage exceeding the sizes listed above cannot be checked in. Suitcases and other items will be placed in the stroller storage area with a wire lock.

What if I wear pants that can’t be rolled up or skirts ?

Some works will be submerged in water up to the knees. Also, many works have mirrored floors, so wearing skirts are dangerous.

If you come wearing pants that cannot be rolled up or skirts, shorts can be rented for free. Sizes are available from XS to 6L. Don’t forget to return them when you leave.

Fun with Children

Visitors with babies may enter with baby carriers or other equipment. Diaper stands are available in the restrooms of the facility, and if you wish to feed your baby or take a break, you can use the first aid room in the museum. There is also a stroller storage area.

Small children should wear clothes that can get wet or bring a change of clothes!

Other precautions and prohibitions in the museum

Please check this page for precautions and prohibitions for various artwork experiences, including dark areas, areas with strong light, and water areas.

Check the page:

Facility Information


July 7, 2018 – End of 2027

Business Hours

  • teamLab Planets TOKYO DMM

    All day 9:00am – 10:00pm
    Last admission is 1 hour before closing time.
    *Please note that there may be a 30-90 minute wait upon entry.
    *If the tickets are sold out, they cannot be purchased from on-site ticket machines as well.
  • Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo
  • teamLab Flower Shop & Art

    Opening hours vary depending on the period. Please check the official website for details.

Closed day

There may be closed days.
*Please check the official website or directly contact with the facility for details.


Ticket information and prices
*As of 18/07/2023

  • Adults (18 years and older): 3,800 yen
  • Junior high and high school students: 2,300 yen
  • Child (4~12 years old): 1,300 yen
  • Children under 3 years old: Free
  • Those with a disability certificate: 1,900 yen

*Junior high and high school students are required to show their ID when entering with a ticket.
*For detailed ticket information, please visit the official website.


By train

  • 1 minute walk from Shin-Toyosu Station (New Transit Yurikamome)
  • 10 minutes walk from Toyosu Station/LaLaport Toyosu (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line)
  • 5 minutes walk from Shijyo-mae Station/Toyosu Market (New Transit Yurikamome)
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