In the middle of Tokyo, Midtown, vegetables are growing. They sunbathe inside a plastic greenhouse, and are living through photosynthesis and absorbing water.
Leaves, roots, flowers, fruits. Their shapes and colors are their survival strategy.


A touch detection system fires off a light and music show that's different for each vegetable. mixed recordings of people rubbing seeds, touching leaves and eating fruit with different orchestral instruments.

"Tomatoes are violin, carrots are trumpet, cabbages are oboe, mini radishes are flute, sweet potatoes are piano, eggplants are harp and pumpkins are clarinet," Sound designer Ray Kunimoto.
The resulting vegetable symphony plays incredibly harmoniously within the kaleidoscopic greenhouse...allowing the visitors to bathe in the design!
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