Tokyo’s artificial island of Odaiba is one of the capital’s most fascinating and eclectic spots. Its fakeness, down to the man-made beach, gives it a weird sort of charm. The island exists solely for entertainment purposes, and over the years it’s become a playground for all things futuristic, unique and straight-up bizarre. Here are our favourite Odaiba experiences that are wacky and out there, even for Japan.
It’s impossible to have the same experience twice at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, as 520 computers and 470 projectors create an ever-changing light and sound experience. The world’s first digital art museum, it occupies a 10,000sqm (108,000sqft) space that will immerse you in a profusion of colour as you walk around. The enigmatic, 400-member art collective teamLab is behind this ingenious work of moving art.