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Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson TeamLab Borderless

An unmapped museum consisting of five concept floors, where artworks and your body become one.

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Museum

A "museum without a map" created by the art collective TeamLab's boundaryless artworks. This complex, three-dimensional world covering 10,000 square meters has no boundaries with other artworks and is a unique space where you can immerse yourself in the art.

It has 5 worlds.
"Borderless World", where people wander the world, create and discover new worlds together with others.
"Aslethic forest", a new creative exercise space that develops the hippocampus of the brain and trains spatial awareness. Also, the forest is based on the concept of "perceiving the world with the body and thinking about the world in three dimensions".
"Forest of Lamps" and "Future Amusement Park for learning", which are educational projects based on the concept of collaborative creativity (co-creation).
"EN TEA HOUSE Genka Tei," a tea house where visitors can drink from the vast world inside a cup. In the worlds that change with the seasons, you can feel the four seasons of Japan like you do in the real world, like cherry blossoms in the spring and autumn leaves in the fall.

There is no route through the museum, and visitors are free to enjoy any work they like. The works of art change from moment to moment depending on the season, the time of day, and the presence of the viewer, and this is an unprecedented experience that awaits you. The official website is available in seven languages, including English and traditional and simplified Chinese. Tickets can be purchased in advance on the official website, and the paperless electronic ticketing system with QR codes is a great success, making the process from ticket purchase to admission stress-free.

Highlights

  • An unprecedented experience awaits you as you immerse your body in the museum's artworks, which are spread out over a 10000 square meter world.
  • The museum consists of five concepts.
  • There is no passage route, and you can freely enjoy your favorite works.
  • Entrance tickets are electronic tickets that can be purchased in advance.

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Exhibition view of MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless,
2018, Odaiba, Tokyo
© teamLab

Photos

  • You can find new world at the museum without a map
  • A Forest of Corresponding Lamps - One Straw
  • "EN TEA HOUSE Genka Tei" Tea Tree
  • Athletic Forest
  • Drawing Aquarium
  • Infection prevention measures

Reviews

  • Miki Sato

    東京必去的景點!絕對推薦噢👌

  • 簡単

    來參觀的遊客很多是外國人,各種語言的標示很清楚。因為在場館內會到處走來走去。甚至於會跳躍拍照一定要穿好走的鞋子

  • 林予萱

    裡面各式數位藝術作品,真的很美也讓人大開眼界!

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Hygienic Prevention Measures

  • Wearing masks

  • Request for cough etiquette

  • Thorough hand washing and hand disinfection.

  • Alcohol spray and disposable vinyl gloves are available at the entrance

  • Ensuring social distance

Details

Name in Japanese
森ビル デジタルアート ミュージアム:エプソン チームラボボーダレス
Postal Code
135-0064
Address
Odaiba Palette Town 2F, 1-3-8 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-6368-4292
Closed days
Not fixed (please check the official website)
Admission
Adult: 3,200yen / Child: 1,000 yen / Discount for the disabled: 1,600 yen (For those who have a disability certificate and one accompanying person. One ticket is effective only once for every person)
Access
① 5-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line
② 3-minute walk from Aomi Station on the Yurikamome Line
Smoking
Smoking area available
Credit cards
Accepted(JCB、American Express、DC、UC、Diners Club、VISA)
Official Website
Official Website (English)