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.

Airport/Sta.Yurikamome line Odaiba-kaihinkoen St. (about 300m) Google Transit


4.02 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.

5.0a month ago

We had fun taking pictures here the staff were friendly and the artworks were pretty cool. You purchase tickets from the machine infront and staff will explain how to take great pictures from different angles

5.06 months ago

Absolutely loved it! Amazing 3D wall photos, hidden doors and illusion tricks. You can take some fun pictures here. Employees were very nice! They spoke English and explained how to look at pictures and different angles and find visual tricks. They were also very helpful and took pictures of people who came alone. Highly recommend!

4.06 months ago

I had always wanted to check out a trick art museum, so I enjoyed being able to experience it in Odaiba. It was a great way to spend time with my husband while taking tons of pictures in random poses.

What I liked the most about the museum was the availability of pictures on the wall just in case someone needed an idea of how to pose with the painting. I also liked that they didn't let everyone in at the same time, so we didn't really have to worry so much about waiting for our turn to take pictures -- or until the very end, at least...

Overall, it was a great experience, and I hope to be able to go to another one someday.

5.02 months ago

Very interesting place. Makes for lot of photos. The staff is super friendly and helpful. They took pics and helped with English translations as well.

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