Large-scale Renewal at “Tokyo Trick Art Museum”; a popular destination in Odaiba, Tokyo.

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Trick art is a kind of art which uses visual illusion and make you feel like you are part of an art work. “Tokyo Trick Art Museum” is a place you can fully enjoy such experiences. In April 2017, they went through large-scale refurbishments of their facility!

In the past before the renewal, the museum was located at the 4th floor of the Island Mall, part of Decks Tokyo Beach shopping mall. From there, it was now moved to the 4th floor of the Seaside Mall in the same mall, and the floor area is 15% bigger than before. With some brand-new pieces, it is now an even greater place where you can enjoy 54 total Trick Art works.

Mysterious flying object is now on deparutre
Title: Mysterious flying object is now on deparutre

In the museum, there are 2 zones each displaying various work.

Art Collection #1: Edo Theme Zone

This is a zone with fabulous Edo period theme (Edo is the time there were Samurais and Ninjya in Japan still). With colorful art works, life of people in Edo is vividly displayed. A must-go zone to take “Japanese-like” photos.

Rice-Cake Shop
Title: Rice-Cake Shop
Beast Jumping out of Scrolls Chojyu-giga
Title: Beast Jumping out of Scrolls Chojyu-giga

Art Collection #2: Trick Art Masterpiece Gallery

From the past great works to the newest hot works, you can see it all in this zone. In fact, you will be able to see and feel how trick art has been innovated.

Adventure on the back of the dinosaur
Title: Adventure on the back of the dinosaur
Feeling the wind
Title: Feeling the wind

Since its open in 2011, “Tokyo Trick Art Museum” has attracted more than 1 million visitors total and getting more and more popular. With the large-scale renewal of its contents, you will have a whole new experience even if you have been there before, so why not give it a try?

Basic information on Tokyo Trick Art Museum

Tel
03-3599-5191
Address
Decks Tokyo Beach Seaside mall 4F 1-6-1, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours
11:00-21:00(The last admission 20:30)
Admission Fee
Adult (ages 15 and older) ¥1,000, Child (4-14 years old) ¥600
URL(Japanese & English)
http://www.trickart.info/
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* TrickArt is a trademark of SD Corporation.