The digital art collective TeamLab have gained fame for their inventive projection mapping and light displays, and a new event coming to Hiroshima's Fukuyama Castle is set to showcase the best of their modern technology in a historic location.
The TeamLab Fukuyama Castle Light Festival will run from early December until late January, and is set to include a variety of displays including the Resonating Ovioids, where egg-shaped lights change colors when touched, and the Symbiotic Lives in the Stone Wall, which incorporates projection mapping of flowers and animals.
Admission to the event is priced at ¥1500 for adults, and ¥600 for elementary aged students and above. Preschool aged children and below receive free admission.
Fukuyama Castle is located just five minutes on foot from JR Fukuyama Station, which is served by the Sanyo Shinkansen, the Sanyo Main Line, and the Fukuen Line. Limited parking is available at Fukuyama Castle Park, but there are multiple lots in walking distance of the area for those who opt to drive.
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