The Immersive Museum is back, and this time, it’s celebrating the breathtaking world of post-impressionist art. If you’re an art lover in Japan between July 7th and October 29th, 2023, don’t miss the chance to attend this immersive art event at the Mitsui Hall in Nihonbashi, Tokyo.

About the Immersive Museum

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Photo: Immersive Museum

Using the latest technology, the Immersive Museum creates a whole new dimension in experiencing art. The museum utilizes wall and floor projections in conjunction with surround sound to transport you directly into the world as seen by some of the greatest post-impressionist artists.

Visitors can wander freely through the large indoor space, immersing themselves fully in a unique and tactile art experience. It’s like stepping directly into the world of your favorite paintings.

The Theme: Post-Impressionism

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Photo: Immersive Museum

This iteration of the Immersive Museum focuses on the post-impressionist movement, showcasing 80 pieces from iconic artists like Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Georges Seurat, and Paul Cézanne.

Experience the dynamic, rippling skies as seen by Van Gogh, the delicate dance of light particles experienced by Seurat, and the vibrant tropical landscapes envisioned by Gauguin. These spectacular scenes come to life in a massive 6m high, approximately 700 square meter space.

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Photo: Immersive Museum

This is the second iteration of the Immersive Museum, following the highly successful first edition which focused on impressionism and attracted over 200,000 visitors.

Event Details

The Immersive Museum will be open on weekdays from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM and on weekends from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM, with the last admission at 7:20 PM. It’s located in the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall, found at 2-2-1 Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo City, Tokyo.


Pricing Details

Tickets for the Immersive Museum are priced as follows:

  • Adults: ¥2,500
  • University and Vocational School Students: ¥1,800
  • High School and Junior High School Students: ¥1,500
  • Children in Elementary School and below: Free of charge

How to Get There

The Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall is directly connected to the Mitsukoshimae Station on the Tokyo Metro. It’s a 7-minute walk from the Nihonbashi Station and a 9-minute walk from the Nihonbashi exit of Tokyo Station.

The Sum Up

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to dive deep into the world of post-impressionist art at the Immersive Museum. It’s sure to be an unforgettable experience.

Please note that schedules and other details may change due to the current situation. We encourage you to check the event’s official website for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

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