If you’re looking for a unique and interactive experience in Tokyo, the Tokyo Trick Art Museum should be on your to-do-list. This museum allows you to immerse yourself in a world of optical illusions and trick art.

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Located on the 4th floor of the Island Mall at DECKS Tokyo Beach, the Tokyo Trick Art Museum in Odaiba, is an Edo-themed trick art museum where you can enjoy playing with optical illusions.

The Tokyo Trick Art Museum features exhibits that are designed to trick your eyes and make you feel like you’re part of the artwork. From 3D paintings to interactive installations, there’s Something to interest all to enjoy.

Tokyo Trick Art Museum
© Tokyo Trick Art Museum

The museum is perfect for families, couples, or anyone looking for a fun and memorable experience in Tokyo.

Exhibits at Tokyo Trick Art Museum

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The Tokyo Trick Art Museum is a unique experience that offers visitors the chance to interact with art in a new and exciting way. The museum features exhibits that use optical illusions and other techniques to create 3D illusions that you can step into and become a part of. Here are some of the exhibits you can expect to see at the Tokyo Trick Art Museum:

  • Edo Period Exhibit: This exhibit takes visitors back in time to the Edo period of Japan, with scenes that depict daily life during that time period. You can interact with the exhibits and become a part of the scene.
  • Animal Exhibit: This exhibit features animals, including a giant panda, a tiger, and a dolphin. You can pose with the animals and become a part of the exhibit.
  • Fantasy Exhibit: This exhibit features scenes from popular fairy tales and fantasy stories, such as Alice in Wonderland and Harry Potter. You can step into the scenes and become a part of the story.
  • Adventure Exhibit: This exhibit features scenes from adventure stories, such as Indiana Jones and Pirates of the Caribbean. You can pose with the exhibits and become a part of the adventure.

The Tokyo Trick Art Museum is a fun and interactive museum that is perfect for those of all ages. With its unique exhibits and interactive displays, it offers a one-of-a-kind experience that you won’t find anywhere else.

History of Tokyo Trick Art Museum

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The Museum was opened in 2014 by the Japanese entertainment company, ASOBISYSTEM. The museum is dedicated to optical illusions, and it showcases artworks that use perspective and other techniques to create mind-bending illusions.

The idea for the museum came from the popularity of trick art in Japan. Trick art is a type of art that uses optical illusions to create the illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface. The museum was designed to showcase the best of trick art and to give visitors an immersive experience that they would never forget.

The museum has become a popular destination, has been featured in numerous travel guides, and has won several awards for its innovative approach to art. The museum has also hosted several special exhibitions, including collaborations with popular anime series and other artists.

Today, the museum continues to be a unusual and “a little bit weird” thing to do in Tokyo giving you memorable experiences that you won’t find anywhere else. The museum is constantly updating its exhibitions and adding new artworks, so you can always expect something new and exciting.

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The Sum Up

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There are five areas in the museum: “Not-So-Scary Haunted House Area,” “Trick Art Masterpiece Area,” “Brain Training Corner,” “Goods Corner,” and “Edo Area.

The museum’s collection is impressive, with a wide variety of 3D art pieces that are sure to impress. The museum is also well-maintained, and the staff is friendly and helpful. You can easily spend hours exploring the museum and taking pictures of the artwork.

Overall, it’s is a great place to visit for families, couples, or solo travelers. It’s a fun and entertaining way to spend an afternoon or evening, and it’s a great way to experience something unique and different.


Information Details
Name (English) Tokyo Trick Art Museum
Name (Japanese) 東京トリックアート迷宮館
Address DECKS Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 4F, 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato City, Tokyo 135-0091, Japan
Ticket Cost Adults: 1,000 JPY, Children (4-14 years): 600 JPY
Times 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM (Last entry: 8:30 PM)
Website English
Nearby Luxury Hotels 1. Hilton Tokyo Odaiba (0.6 km)
2. Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba (0.7 km)
Nearby Mid-range Hotels 1. Daiichi Hotel Tokyo Seafort (2.2 km)
2. Tokyo Bay Ariake Washington Hotel (3.3 km)
Nearby Budget Hotels 1. Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo-Toyocho (4.9 km)
2. Hotel Trusty Tokyo Bayside (3.1 km)


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