Discover "Trick Art" in the City! Upload the Photos you Snap on SNS!
Trick Art is the original interactive art that was created in Japan. It uses visual illusions to create amazing experiences, allowing you to "enter" the Trick Art work by taking photos of it. This article introduces places around Japan where Trick Art can be seen! Be sure to show your friends the fascinating photos you can take with them!
Recommended Spot (1): JR Fukui Station
Fukui Prefecture is home to the largest number of dinosaur fossils in Japan. At JR Fukui Station, there is a display called "Dinosaur Kingdom Fukui" where you can see dinosaur Trick Art. The dinosaur that appears to be jumping out of the wall is a work of Trick Art that really packs a punch!
- JR Fukui West Gate
- 1-1-1 Chuo, Fukui City, Fukui[MAP]
- 460cm by 730cm
Recommended Spot (2): Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport
Since Tottori is famous for its sand dunes and the writer of popular comic "Case Closed (Detective Conan)" hails from here, Tottori Airport is known by its nickname, "Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport".
In the airport hall, you can see a giant "Detective Conan" Trick Art work.
Snap a photo looking like you're riding on top of a camel!
- Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport
- 4-110-5 Koyamachonishi, Tottori City, Tottori[MAP]
- 800cm by 1,800cm
Recommended Spot (3): Umeda Virtual Corridor in Osaka
In the underground passageway heading for JR Kitashinchi Station from JR Osaka Station's Sakurabashi Ticket Gate, you can see some giant Trick Art. With a full length of about 70 meters, stretching 3 meters up to the ceiling along both sides of the underground passageway, a European shopping street has been recreated as Trick Art!
- The Underground Passageway of JR Osaka Station, Sakurabashi Ticket Gate
- Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka[MAP]
- 300 cm by 14,000 cm
Recommended Spot (4): DECKS Tokyo Beach Original Trick Art
DECKS Tokyo Beach is a shopping complex designed to look like a ship. The restaurant passageway on the 6th floor of SEASIDE MALL is decorated with Trick Art! By the way, at "Tokyo Trick Art Museum" in the same building, you can have fun with even more Trick Art!
- DECKS Tokyo Beach SEASIDE MALL 6th Floor
- 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo[MAP]
- 210 cm by 2,000 cm
You can watch Trick Art at other places in Japan!
Take your camera and go check them out!