teamLab: Floating Spheres of Omura Shrine & Resonating Forest and Castle Ruins
Jun 03 - Jul 02, 2017 Omura Park (Kushimazaki Jusou, Omura Shrine Shrine premises ) Nagasaki, Japan
- teamLab: Floating Spheres of Omura Shrine & Resonating Forest and Castle Ruins
- Jun 3（Sat）- Jul 2 (Sun), 2017
- 19: 00 ~ 22: 00 (last entry 21: 30)
※ Stop in case of stormy weather
※ Admission for elementary and junior high school students is accompanied by parents
- Omura Park (Kushimazaki Jusou, Omura Shrine Shrine premises )
（〒856-0834 1-45-3, Kushima, Omura-shi, Nagasaki）
- Admission Fee
- [Resident in the city] Adult: 500 yen, below high school student: free
[Outside city residents] Adults: 800 yen, High school / junior high school students: 300 yen, Elementary school students or less: Free
Admission fee Details: Students who live outside the city and are going to high schools in the city are free.
Free of handbooks for handicapped persons and presenting persons with care books are free. (1 person with a disability pocketbook 1 grade and care recipient A1, A2 is free of 1 helper.)
Those residing outside the city who have obtained and presented a discount flier at a store in the city accommodation facility · restaurant (poster bulletin board) receive an admission fee of 300 yen discount.
Discount Flyer Distribution List
- NAGASAKISHIMBUNSHA, NAGASAKI INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING
- Parking Lot
- Boat race Omura 5th parking lot
（1-25-4, kushima, Omura-shi,Nagasaki）
teamLab (f. 2001) is art collective, an interdisciplinary group of ultratechnologists whose collaborative practice seeks to navigate the confluence of art, science, technology, design and the natural world. Various specialists such as artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects form teamLab.teamlab.art
teamLab aims to explore a new relationship between humans and nature through art. Digital technology has allowed us to liberate art from the physical and transcend boundaries. We see no boundary between ourselves and nature; one is in the other and the other in one. Everything exists in a long, fragile yet miraculous continuity of life.