Visitors can experience a virtual cherry blossom viewing ahead at the Flowers by Naked 2019 digital art exhibition in Tokyo. (Shiro Nishihata)

The multiple sensation-stimulating Flowers by Naked digital art exhibition has started in Tokyo, offering visitors an early viewing of cherry blossoms and other cultural treasures.

The exhibition, held at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo’s Chuo Ward, makes use of projection mapping, artificial intelligence and other digital technologies.

Held for the fourth time in the Nihonbashi district, the latest exhibition is themed on “flower, tradition and innovation,” focusing on tea ceremony, “waka” poems and other Japanese motifs.

A preview was held on Jan. 28 for media outlets.

The main exhibit, “Daiousai,” features monuments modeled after cherry blossoms and a flower installation created with branches of the “keio zakura” cherry variety brought from Yamagata Prefecture.

A video work created in collaboration with Katsushika Hokusai’s representative work, “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji,” is projected on a wall. Soap bubbles that give off the scent of flowers when they pop float around the venue, while the AI program analyzes the gender, age and other conditions of visitors to play different music.

The Tea Room installation is equipped with sensors that read the heartbeat and breathing of visitors to reflect the data on the projected imagery, according to the organizer.

The event runs until March 3. Admission is 1,600 yen ($14.70) on weekdays and 2,000 yen on weekends and holidays for adults, and 1,000 yen for elementary and junior high school students.

The venue is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.