FRANCE24 に、掲載。(Jul 17,2021)

Japan forest lights up in digital art show

A cascading waterfall made entirely of light pours onto a rock while azalea trees are illuminated in a glowing ripple at a digital art show in a Japanese forest.
Light installations featuring blooming flowers, giant koi carp and traditional calligraphy come to life after dark, creating an otherworldly ambiance at the exhibition that fuses nature and tech. (Excerpt from the text)

SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER に、掲載。(Jul 16, 2020)

Dazzling wonderland fills Asian Art Museum’s new wing

The new exhibition in the new wing of the Asian Art Museum is billed as an “immersive digital experience.” But visitors might call it a magical wonderland.
You’ll find yourself happily lost in its darkened rooms filled with fluttering butterflies, flying crows, luminescent fish or expanses of colorful flowers that change with the season and smell as sweet as jasmine and gardenias.(Excerpt from the text)

Tatler に、掲載。(July 15, 2021)

Japan's teamLab Borderless Is The World's Most Visited Museum

When teamLab Borderless opened in Japan in the summer of 2018, it was already an instant hit with locals, tourists, celebrities and musicians. The unprecedented digital art museum has welcomed millions of visitors across 160 countries and regions—which is evident in the long waiting lines you see outside the museum. With its Instagrammable art installations that are also interactive, it ushered in a new era of art viewing, one that combines art and technology.(Excerpt from the text)

Time Out に、掲載。(July 15, 2021)

teamLab Borderless now features 25 new and updated artworks

Digital art museum teamLab Borderless in Odaiba is known to frequently feature a fresh set of artworks to reflect the changing seasons. However, this month’s renewal will be its grandest yet as the museum is unveiling new artworks as well as a Sketch Factory on July 15. (Excerpt from the text)

Time Out に、掲載。(July 14, 2021)

teamLab Borderless takes Guinness World Record for the world’s most visited museum

Since its opening in the summer of 2018, teamLab Borderless in Odaiba, Tokyo has received millions of visitors from over 160 countries and regions. With its mesmerising interactive art installations, it’s no mystery as to why the museum is high up on the list of places to see for tourists and locals alike. (Excerpt from the text)

TTG ASIA に、掲載。(Jul 8, 2021)

New garden attraction blooms at teamLab Planets Tokyo

To mark its third anniversary, sensorial attraction teamLab Planets Tokyo has launched a new Garden Area featuring two artworks that invite visitors to interact with orchid blooms and shiny ovoids.
One of the two artworks is set in a garden with more than 13,000 live orchids blooming in mid-air. The other is a moss garden filled with ovoids that shine and resonate when pushed by people or blown by the wind. (Excerpt from the text)

METROPOLIS に、掲載。(Jul 6, 2021)

Sports, Wellbeing and Community in Tokyo

teamLab’s latest project is a mesmerizing immersive exhibition where digital art collides with sauna bathing. While Tokyo’s traditional saunas, onsen and sento can help alleviate your post-exercise muscle tension and daily mental stress, teamLab Sauna aims to elevate your bathing experience to a sauna trance in a transcendental experience. (Excerpt from the text)

JAPANTODAY に、掲載。(July 3, 2021)

TeamLab Planets in Tokyo opens 2 immersive living garden artworks

TOKYO TeamLab Planets in Toyosu, Tokyo, is celebrating its third anniversary with an expansion: a new area with two interactive garden artworks.

The two gardens include one where visitors can become one with the flowers, immersing themselves in over 13,000 live orchids that bloom in mid-air; and a moss garden filled with ovoids that shine and resonate when pushed by people or blown by the wind.

Consisting of nine artworks, including four gigantic art spaces and two gardens, TeamLab Planets transports visitors to an immersive experience in a museum where they walk through water and a garden where they become one with the flowers.(Excerpt from the text)