TOKYO TOWER CITY LIGHT FANTASIA
Collaboration of night view and image from Tokyo Tower
On the concept of “FUTURE TOKYO TOWER” at Main Observatory 2F, experience type mapping “TOKYO TOWER CITY LIGHT FANTASIA” will be held. In addition to letting the mapping image collaborate with the “night view of Tokyo” seen from the observatory, it also deploys image content that makes the scenery of the future city “Tokyo” and the image of the future observatory. Content of “experience type” that you can participate and “theater type” that you can enjoy watching will be held. Please experience the collaboration with the new night view created by NAKED Inc. which is video creative company that handles many topical events.
On the top two window pane, project “Night Scenic Guide” that displays the outlines and names of various buildings right in front of your eyes.
From the Edo period to the present day, project the landscape image of Tokyo that changes slowly in “Tokyo Time Travel”.
“FUTURE LOOK DOWN” named after the “Lookdown Window” on the floor of the observatory, which is known as an institution of Tokyo Tower, is a landscape that actually looked directly under the observatory, and the sky above the future city like Tokyo that projects the mapping image that freely fly around.
“Photo Spots” where you can take trick art photos with projections on the floor and stereoscopic images.
*Please use “More options” on the Map to find the optimal route.
|Event Name||TOKYO TOWER CITY LIGHT FANTASIA|
|Venue||Main Observatory, 2nd Floor|
|Dates||November 18, 2016 – April 23, 2017|
|Open Hours||Starting times depend on the dates, as follows.
November 18th (Fri.) – February 5th (Sun.): 18:00-22:50
February 6th (Mon.) – March 12th (Sun.): 18:30-22:50
March 13th (Mon.) – April 23rd (Sun.): 19:00-22:50
※None except the admission fee to the Main Observatory
【observatory admission fees】
Adult (senior high school students or older) /900yen
Children (junior high school students and primary school pupils) /500yen
Children (4 years old and over) /400yen
|Address||4-2-8 Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo|