Tokyo Trick Art Museum

Sightseeing information about Tokyo Trick Art Museum in Japan.

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This is a place to play with visual illusions, stepping into a multitude of stereoscopic paintings. You can take pictures and pretend you are being eaten by sharks, chased by monsters, and enclosed in a lantern or a glass. The highlights are Ninja scenes where you lie on the floor and you look like running on the ceiling in a fight with ninjas (if you rotate the photo afterwards). Bring cameras and friends with you, and enjoy the world of trompe l'oeil. It is on the 4th floor of Decks Tokyo Beach, Odaiba.

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4.03 months ago

Well worth the time and money! We had a day to kill with kids and what a fun way to do it! The art work was amazing. What has let us down was the photos here. We needed to be in a better angle to get even better photos.

Kids had a wonderful time posing and then checking out how it looked. Take your time and make sure you have the best position before you click.

The museum is not very big so expect to spend about 40-60 minutes.

4.02 weeks ago

Awesome place! Great pictures can be taken there and you have a lot of fun whilst deciding which is the best position to create a good effect. The only bad thing is that the places where you are supposed to pose are always quite worn away and that can be spotted in the photos, so it would be good that every now and then they repaint them.

5.03 weeks ago

This was a really neat museum with trick art/paintings. Located in Odaiba it is in an entertainment district with lots of things to do. It was a great way to get out of the heat and humidity of Tokyo, enjoy the air conditioning and have some laughs at the funny and cool pictures of optical illusions. There are trap doors and secret entryways to find new rooms and art. The paintings, not only funny, are true works of art and amazing in there own right. It isn't the easiest place to find as its tucked in between the takoyaki "museum" and an arcade. Well worth killing an hour or two here with the kids.

5.03 weeks ago

So fun. So freaky! You really can't explain it. You need to be in it. Make sure your phone/camera is fully charged cuz your gonna take a lot of pics.

4.0in the last week

A great mueseum to explore and to enjoy, there is also a hidden door in the museum with more pictures, the staff is very nice and explaining to you what to do and how to look at the picture, a fantastic place to visit

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