A theme park that makes you feel as though you accidentally stumbled inside of a work of art
This theme park was born from the shared vision of the famous artist and architect Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins, a poet. Visitors can explore the "House of Critical Resemblance" in the main pavilion, scour the site's concave basin for the nine pavilions large and small that connect together to make the shape of the Japanese archipelago, or travel along the long corridor that circles the park's perimeter. No matter where you roam, the park is specifically designed to make you lose track of your sense of balance, so please take care not to fall.
For those who may have forgotten appropriate footwear—worry not! Rental shoes are available.
- Life & Culture