The Tokyo playground that's poppable, squishable and made from recycled bubble wrap

The Play! Museum in the Japanese city of Tachikawa has built a playground made entirely of recycled plastic, using mainly bubble wrap.
Themed “Encountering the Unknown”, the installation Let’s Play! Puti Puti is equipped with bubble wrap-made playground equipment. The student-built space, made under the supervision of fashion designer Kosuke Tsumura, seeks to stimulate children’s creativity by encouraging them to think and play for themselves. The playground will remain open to the public until March 2022.