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Museum in Japan encourages visitors to explore bubble wrap exhibition

The bubble wrap exhibition at Play Museum, Tokyo. (Play Museum)
The bubble wrap exhibition at Play Museum, Tokyo. (Play Museum)
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22 Sep 2021 02:09:48 GMT9
22 Sep 2021 02:09:48 GMT9

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Japan’s Play Museum has opened their latest interactive exhibition to the public—a playground made entirely from bubble wrap titled Let’s Play! Puti Puti that will be available to visit until March 2022.

“PLAY! PARK, which opens in Tachikawa, Tokyo, is not a playground with readymade playground equipment and toys. The theme is “Encountering the Unknown.” Architects and creators participate to develop and produce original large-sized playground equipment, which people have never seen nor understood well, and nor known how to play it. Children can think and play for themselves and learn from it,” their official website states.

Adults must pay ¥900 ($8.23), and ¥1,200 for children to enter the museum’s play park area and gain access to the exhibition created alongside Musashino University lecturer Kosuke Tsumura.

The museum asserts “It is a place where you can freely feel, discover, and experience various things with pictures, words, images, and three-dimensional objects.”

There are also other exhibitions available to take part in at the museum including the Guri and Gura: A book of happiness exhibition. Visitors are invited to walk around gallery rooms modelled after the four seasons.

The museum also has a café with various savoury foods, desserts, and drinks like hot drinks inspired by the Guri and Gura exhibition.

Visitors can also stop by the gift shop and purchase merchandise like tote bags, t-shirts, among other items.

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