teamLab Future Park

Friday, July 1, 2022 - Sunday, August 28, 2022

Shimane Art Museum, Matsue, Shimane

#teamLabFuturepark

Co-Creation
Collaborative Creation

teamLab Future Park is an educational project based on the concept of "collaborative creativity, co-creation". It is an amusement park where you can enjoy the world creativity and freely with others.

PLAY INSTALLATIONS

  • PLAY MOVIE

    Graffiti Nature - Mountains and Valleys

    Graffiti Nature is created by you. The more animals and flowers that you draw and color, the more this nature world expands around you. Your drawing is somewhere in Graffiti Nature. Can you find...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Sketch Aquarium: Connected World

    The fish drawn by everyone swim around in this aquarium.Color in a fish on the paper provided. See the picture you have drawn come to life in the massive aquarium in front of you, swimming together...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Sliding through the Fruit Field

    This is a slide where fruit grows.Various kinds of fruit are growing on the slope. Balls are also bouncing around.You become the sunlight and slide down the slope. When your body collides with the...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Light Ball Orchestra

    Rolling a light-ball changes its color and sound. Combined, the light-balls form an orchestra! The overhead light-balls communicate with those on the floor, as one is touched,  the...

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    Story of the Time when Gods were Everywhere

    As the symbols on the screen are touched by children, they evolve into the images that they represent. As more images are created by this tactile function, a story begins to emerge. The objects that...

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    A Table where Little People Live

    In this installation, little people run across the interactive screen of a tabletop around which children sit or stand. Children are encouraged to interact with the little people by placing objects on...

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    Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives II

    Seasonal flowers bloom while slowly changing. Animals are born from those flowers. The flowers continue to bloom and die in an eternal cycle, forming the shapes of animals.When people touch the...

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Venue Details

Term
Friday, July 1, 2022 - Sunday, August 28, 2022
Hours
10:00 - 30 minutes after sunset (admission to the exhibition rooms until sunset time)
Closed
Tuesday, July 5, Tuesday, July 12, Tuesday, July 19
Venue
Shimane Art Museum
Map
Admission Fee
Advance Tickets (only for the combination of the Special Exhibition and the Collection Exhibition)
Special Exhibition: Adult: 1,500 yen, University Student: 1,300 yen, Elementary, Junior High and High School Student: 800 yen, Free for preschool children
Collection exhibition: Adult: 150 yen, University student: 100 yen
Special exhibition and collection exhibition set: Adult: 1,650 yen, University student: 1,400 yen, Elementary, junior high and high school student: 800 yen, Free for pre-school children

Same-day ticket
Special Exhibition: Adult: 1,700 yen, College Student: 1,500 yen, Elementary, Junior High and High School Student: 900 yen, Free for preschool children
Collection Exhibition: Adult: 150 yen, University Student: 100 yen (same day admission as the Special Exhibition)
Special Exhibition and Collection Exhibition Set: Adult: 1,850 yen, University Student: 1,600 yen, Elementary, Junior High and High School Student: 900 yen, Free admission for preschool children.
Organizers
Shimane Art Museum, TSK Sanin Chuo TV, teamLab Kids, SPS Shimane Group
Special Sponsors
Sanin Sanso Industry , Sanrei Foods
Supporters
Special Patron:The San-in Chuo Shimpo Newspaper

Shimane Prefectural Board of Education, Tottori Prefecture, Tottori Prefectural Board of Education, Matsue City Board of Education, Izumo City Board of Education, Yasugi City Board of Education, Yonago City Board of Education, Sakaiminato City Board of Education, Hiyoshitsu Village Board of Education, Shimane Prefecture Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Asahi Shimbun Matsue General Bureau, Mainichi Shimbun Matsue Branch, Yomiuri Shimbun Matsue Branch, Sankei Shimbun, Chugoku Shimbun, The Shin Nihonkai Shimbun, Shimane Nichinichi Shimbun, Nihon Keizai Shimbun Matsue Branch, NHK Matsue Broadcasting Station, BSS San-in Broadcasting, Nihonkai TV, FM San-in, San-in Cable Vision
Cooperation
KIREIKIREI , Nihon Rikagaku Industry
Contact
Shimane Art Museum
Tel:0852-55-4700

Admission Fee

TICKETS

ACCESS

By Train,Bus

15 minutes walk from JR Matsue Station
From JR Matsue Station, take the Matsue City Bus (South Circulation Line inward) for 6 minutes to the Prefectural Museum of Art.
Sightseeing Loop Bus (Lake Line) → Get off at "Kenritsu Bijutsukan-mae" bus stop.

By Car

San'in Expressway→Matsue West Ramp→approx. 15 min. by car

About the Facility

Infant Space

Group Entrance

Wheelchair Entrance

Wheelchairs are allowed to enter the theater, however, due to safety reasons, some of the films may not be accessible to wheelchair users.

Stroller Entrance

Strollers are not allowed in the exhibition rooms.

Stroller Parking

Please use the stroller storage area.

Parking Lot

National Highway No. 9, south of Sodeshi Intersection (please use the underground passage from the parking lot) *Free for up to 3 hours

Re-Entry

Re-entry after admission is not permitted.

Lockers

Please use coin lockers.

Restroom

Nursing Room

Drink Vending Machine

Break Space

Notes

  • Notes on Ticket Purchases 
    All prices include tax.
    Advance tickets can also be purchased from the Shimane Art Museum website.
    Only Shimane Art Museum Passport members do not need to select a specific date and time.
    If there are any available slots on the day of your visit, you may purchase tickets on the day of your visit at the General Reception Desk.
    No cancellations will be accepted after purchase has been completed.
    Children (junior high school students and younger) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian 20 years of age or older.
    We are not responsible for any injury, loss, damage, or any other trouble that may occur during the use of this exhibition.
    Please be aware that you may be asked to wait more than one hour for admission during busy times.
    Please be sure to have a representative remain with you when you leave the standby line.
    Please allow enough time for your schedule to allow you to enter the venue. Please allow plenty of time for your visit.
    Resale of tickets is prohibited.
    The Museum will not be held responsible in such cases.

    Notes on visiting the museum
    Re-entry after admission is not permitted.
    Strollers are not allowed in the exhibition rooms.
    Wheelchairs are allowed to enter the exhibition halls, but for safety reasons, some of the works cannot be experienced.
    Visitors in poor physical condition or intoxicated are not permitted to enter.
    Photography and video are allowed, but please be careful not to disturb other visitors.
    Please do not use monopods, tripods, selfie sticks, or other auxiliary equipment for filming.
    Please be aware that various media may cover and film the event. If you do not agree to be photographed, please ask a staff member nearby.
    Please do not film or photograph for commercial purposes without prior consent.
    Please follow the instructions of the staff. Failure to do so may result in your being asked to leave the venue.
    Please take precautions against infectious diseases.

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