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teamLab Planets (Toyosu, Tokyo) certified by Guinness World Records (TM). Became the world’s most visited museum for a single art group. In early 2025, a large-scale new area “Forest of Exercise” will be created.

teamLab Planets (Toyosu, Tokyo) certified by Guinness World Records (TM). Became the world’s most visited museum for a single art group. In early 2025, a large-scale new area “Forest of Exercise” will be created.
*PLANETS Co., Ltd.*
Press release: July 10, 2024
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teamLab Planets (Toyosu, Tokyo) certified by Guinness World Records (TM). Became the world’s most visited museum for a single art group. In early 2025, a large-scale new area “Forest of Exercise” will be created.
*Recorded 2,504,264 visitors in one year from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024* * Recognized as the most visited art museum (single art group) * teamLab Planets TOKYO in Toyosu, Tokyo
DMM” (hereinafter teamLab Planets) has recorded a total of 2,504,264 visitors from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024, the most visited art group in the world. “Most
The museum was recognized in the Guinness Book of World Records as a visited museum (single art group).

The total number of visitors to teamLab Planets from January to December 2023 was 2,412,495 (*1), which is the “number of visitors to museums around the world in 2023” (*2)
The Van Gogh Museum is said to have the highest number of visitors among single-artist museums.
(Amsterdam | 1,686,766 people) and Picasso Museum (Barcelona | 1,047,094 people).

teamLab Planets is based on the 2023 annual search ranking “Year in Search 2023″ announced by Google.

“The world’s most popular art museum/museum” (*3)
It ranks 5th in Japan, following the Louvre Museum (Paris), British Museum (London), Musee d’Orsay (Paris), and Natural History Museum (London).

This recognition follows the 2019 Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson teamLab Borderless in Odaiba, Tokyo (2,198,284 people). (*4)This is the second teamLab art museum to be recognized by the Guinness World Records.

* A large-scale new area is born *
The new area consists of a creative exercise space called “Forest of Exercise,” an educational project for co-creation (collaborative creativity) called “Learn! The Amusement Park of the Future,” and a “catch and collect forest.” The LabPlanets experience will greatly expand. More than 10 works will be exhibited in the new area, which is scheduled to open in early 2025.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjjOVlhReVM
Teaser video “Learn from the Forest of Exercise! The amusement park of the future” (C) teamLab *Reference video

“Forest of Exercise” is a new “creative exercise space” that trains spatial awareness skills based on the concept of “capturing the world with your body and thinking about it three-dimensionally.” Visitors are immersed in an interactive world with a strong sense of physicality in a complex, three-dimensional space.

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“Humans perceive the world with their bodies and think with their bodies.When people explore a complex, three-dimensional world with their bodies, they perceive the world three-dimensionally through their bodies, and their thoughts become three-dimensional. That’s what we think.We started a project called “Forest of Exercise” to improve “three-dimensional thinking and high-dimensional thinking through the body.” *

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Spatial awareness is said to be correlated with innovation and creativity. I grew up in the countryside and played in the mountains, but in today’s society and schools, our bodies are fixed. I think cities are too surrounded by two-dimensional information such as books, television, and smartphone screens. Therefore, I created a three-dimensional space that demands too much of the body. It is a place where you can perceive art with your body. ”*

– TeamLab Representative Toshiyuki Inoko

“Forest of Athletics” concept details:
https://www.teamlab.art/jp/concept/athletics-forest/

In addition, “Learn! Future Amusement Park” is an educational project based on the concept of collaborative creativity and co-creation, and is an “amusement park” where you can enjoy freely creating the world with others. .

A piece of work is created when people create something together with others. The world of works continues to change as people continue to create new works.

“Learn! Future Amusement Park” concept details:
https://www.teamlab.art/jp/concept/future-park/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=487LdgJa5Qc
Teaser video “Catch and collect forest” (C) teamLab *Reference video

“Catch and Collect Forest” is based on the concept of “catch, observe, and release,” and its main focus is on exploring,
discovering, and capturing things with one’s own body, and expanding one’s interests based on what one has caught. This is a new “learning space.” Explore with your smartphone in hand, catch and observe various animals, and create your own collection encyclopedia.

If you watch an animal walking in space with your smartphone camera and shoot an “observation arrow” at the animal in the camera, the arrow will fly into real space. When the arrow hits the animal, it disappears from space, enters your smartphone, and becomes a collection. When you catch an animal and throw it where it can be seen by the camera, it will be released and return to that spot.

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“We explore with our own bodies together with others, discover things, catch them, and gather them, and then expand our interests based on what we catch and gather ourselves. Inside, it’s a natural thing to do.
* For humans, catching and foraging is fun, learning, and living. ”*

– TeamLab Representative Toshiyuki Inoko

“Catch and Collect Forest” concept details:
https://www.teamlab.art/jp/concept/catching/

* [About teamLab Planets] *
Year in Search 2023 annual search ranking announced by Google In 2023, teamLab Planets ranked in the top 5 of “The World’s Most Popular Art Museums” (*3). Among the museums that have a history of over 100 years, teamLab Planets is the only one from Japan to make the list. In the “Ranking of popular sightseeing spots among foreigners [Tokyo edition] (*5)” published by Innichi Labo, it was selected as number one out of a total of 2,662 sightseeing spots in Tokyo for the second year in a row.
Furthermore, it was awarded “Asia’s Leading Tourist Attraction” at the “World Travel Awards,” which is known as the Academy Awards of the travel industry.
Attraction) 2023” was awarded for the first time in Japan, and it has been highly praised overseas as well.

* [Concept] *
* Immerse yourself in your body with others, recognize it with your body, and become one with the world *

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFfH-GKB0jY
teamLab Planets is a “museum where you can enter the water and a garden that becomes one with flowers” and consists of four huge art spaces created by the art group teamLab and two gardens.

Going barefoot, I immerse my body and body in a gigantic work with others, and the work changes depending on my body, making the boundary between my body and the work blurred. The work changes depending on the body of the other person, and the boundaries between the work and the other person become blurred, and the body becomes continuous with the work and with the other person.

Official website: teamlab.art.planets

* [Visitor information] *
* teamLab Planets TOKYO DMM * Tokyo, Toyosu (6-1-16 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo teamLab Planets TOKYO



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