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teamLab opened a permanent outdoor exhibition in nature-filled Higashi-Tokorozawa Park in Saitama in August 2020. The sound-producing, color-changing ovoid shapes in the forest react to wind and touch, and light up at night, and will dazzle all visitors who come to this picturesque and woodsy park.

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A New Outdoor Exhibit to Stroll Through Near Tokyo


"Autonomous Resonating Life - Liquified Light Color, Sunrise and Sunset" Picture courtesy of teamLab
An interactive outdoor exhibit by teamLabs opened August 1, 2020 on the grounds of Higashi-Tokorozawa Park in Saitama Prefecture. "Resonating Life in the Acorn Forest" combines light, color, and sound in the Musashino Woods area of the park, and features interactive pieces that visitors can enjoy in an open space.

The exhibit featuring artistic ovoids (egg-like shapes) will delight guests as the shapes reflect and respond to the environment around them with color and sound. They also react to human touch and wind. One can view this piece during the day to see the blue sky and green forest reflected in the ovoids. Be sure to bring a camera to this paradise of nature and digital art near Tokyo.

Autonomous Resonating Life - Liquified Light Color, Sunrise and Sunset

"Autonomous Resonating Life - Liquified Light Color, Sunrise and Sunset" Picture courtesy of teamLab
The shapes and trees become illuminated in multiple hues and colors at night, changing based on the environment surrounding them and physical stimuli.

Be Mezmerized By teamLab's Acorn Forest Of Color And Light In Saitama

"Autonomous Resonating Life - Liquified Light Color, Sunrise and Sunset" Picture courtesy of teamLab

Visitors will feel like they're exploring a fantasy world as they walk through the lush trees and ovoids scattered through the Musashino Forest area, making guests even more aware of the impact human life has on nature.

Nearby the teamLab exhibition is a cafe (coming soon) and the Kadokawa Culture Museum that also opened in August 2020, both designed by the famous architect, Kengo Kuma. Take a day to visit this special park and the teamLabs exhibit to get in touch with the great outdoors and to amaze your senses.

"Resonating Life in the Acorn Forest" Exhibition Information

Venue: Musashino Woods Park area in Higashi-Tokorozawa Park
Address: Saitama, Tokorozawa, Higashi-Tokorozawa 3-9, Musashino Woods Park in Higashi-Tokorozawa Park
Access: 9-minute walk from Higashi-Tokorozawa Station (JR Musashino Line)
Current Hours: 12:00 - 22:00; daytime: 12:00 - 17:30, nighttime: 18:30 - 22:00 (changes by time of year, see official website for details)
Admission prices listed on the official website.
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All pictures courtesy of teamLab

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