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I love anything with the word haunted in it and I have since I was a kid. I don't know why the idea of something being haunted has always appealed to me so much but it just always has and still does. So when I came across this haunted house exhibit by Tarafu Architects, in Tokyo's Museum of Contemporary Art, the kid in me squealed, the parent in me squealed and the art lover in me squealed. In an attempt to appeal to and engage with the smaller art lovers, the exhibit ghosts, underpants and stars, encourages all those things that normally are forbidden in a museum, like running around and touching and interacting with the (ghostly) art.
For whatever other unknown reason as to why I think and feel this or that, Tokyo has never been a place that I have planned to visit. I just don't have the desire to go such a big city. But now I want to go there and if I could we would be planning a field trip to this fabulous haunted museum right now! Maybe it will make its way to other cities someday. I will be hoping that it does.