Tokyo’s best downtown garden gets even more beautiful with after-dark fall colors event

Naked returns to Shinjuku Gyoen.

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Tokyo park lighting up with gorgeous digital cherry blossom art display this spring

And the event extends beyond the cherry blossom season!

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Have an AI tell your fortune using depth psychology at a new interactive art exhibit in Shibuya

Five different kinds of fortune-telling combined with digital art sounds like a great time!

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Design company to hold socially distanced night saunas where you can gaze at Tokyo Tower

Watch out, though: only a maximum of 84 people can take part in this luxury weekend activity.

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New 3D aquarium show to let visitors experience a trip to the deep sea in Enoshima

Japanese aquariums are a pretty popular destination for families during the summer break in July and August. As a part of Enoshima Aquarium’s 10th anniversary celebration, it is putting on a show called “Night Aquarium” where 3D projection mapping will make it seem like visitors have traveled to the deepest parts of the ocean.

Beginning on July 20, the special show will use the aquarium as a backdrop during the evening and project moving images of sea life around the awestruck sightseers. Although other aquariums have given visitors a rather intimate look at deep-sea creatures, this is the first time an aquarium has use this projection mapping technology and is sure to draw big crowds.

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