Museum where visitors can place themselves in a series of Egyptian themed fantastical scenes to create all manner of optical illusions. Not your standard art museum, as can be seen from the official website:

Don’t forget to bring your camera! It may surprise you, but a number of things that are usually discouraged at museums are allowed at the Takao Trick Art Museum. Taking pictures, coming in contact with the works on display, talking aloud and feeling free to make noise are considered accepted ways of enjoying the museum, as long as it does not disturb the fun of other visitors. Go ahead and become your own movie director.

Information
Getting there
1 minute from the Keio Line, Takaosanguchi Station
Details
April to November: 10:00-19:00; December to March: 10:00-18:00
Adults ¥1,300
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