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


2.02 months ago

I did not enjoy the experience at all. The art was crowded into a tiny space which made it hard to take good pictures. Most of the pictures did not look real and didn't show the trick.

5.0a week ago

Fun experience. Will visit again

5.04 months ago

The staff was super friendly and even offered to take photos of me with the exhibits.

The musuem itself is fascinating and a good way to spend an hour on a rainy afternoon.

5.05 months ago

We went about 45 minutes before closing time on a weekday and were virtually the only people there. It is a little expensive (I think 900 yen per adult) and can take an hour or more if you enjoy taking photos of yourselves at the various illusions, which we did!

3.02 months ago

Was kinda hard to get some of the angles because the space was so small. A couple of the paintings didn't properly frame at the bends making the illusion not as potent.

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