Teamlab Borderless, Tokyo, Japan
TEAMLAB BORDERLESS | TOKYO, JAPAN ATTRACTION
Imagine yourself being in a place where there seems to be no limitation, no walls, no boundaries, something that is borderless. What do you feel? Isn’t amazing to imagine yourself being lost in the middle of the world? No worries, no fears, just pure fascination, and excitement. Well, this is what the TEAMLAB BORDERLESS Digital Museum is all about. It allows you to wander into the nothingness into the “everythingness” of the world. In this place, your imagination and creativity would explore and experience tons of amazing views and sceneries that you only imagined before in your head. Now, these are presented in front of you through the use of digital art.
What makes this museum an amazing one is that it connects an individual into the beauty of the world, into the beauty of creation, and into the beauty of all things around him/her. No wonder, this place since its opening has become a part of the bucket list of many Japan travelers. Not only the sceneries are Instagram worthy, but they are also filled with fantastic opportunities for naturalists and photographers alike.
I would highly recommend that you purchase your ticket ahead of time online, for there is a high probability that tickets will be unavailable or out of stock when you buy on site. It is also ideal to be in the place after 3:00 pm so that you could avoid the crowd for the area tends to be teaming with visitors in some days. Of course, do not forget to bring your camera with you and take photos and videos. But more than the taking of videos, what is more, important is that you allow yourself to be immersed in its beauty. For you to fully enjoy the museum, allow 2 to 3 hours of stay. I bet that after those hours, you will come out of the museum feeling fulfilled and enthusiastic.
Teamlab Borderless, Tokyo Tickets
As for the tickets, adults (15 years old and above) will have to pay JPY 3,200. Children (4 to 14 years old) shall have to pay JPY 1,000. Additionally, a disabled person is also given the discount and shall only pay JPY 1,600 provided that he/she is accompanied by someone and that he/she is bringing his/her certification of being disabled. Though the prices are a bit average and even expensive for some, I am now telling you that it is really worth it.
All in all, Japan has a lot of tourist’s attractions to offer. Starting from parks, temples, and all other tourists’ hub, it is inevitable that the touch of technological advancement, such as the digital museum will exist. Gone are the days that you have to imagine for these things are already here, ready to be witnessed and experienced. All you have to do is be here, enjoy the moment, seize the opportunity, and you will be a lot more enticed to indulge more. Visit the Teamlab Borderless, experience the beauty of art through digital technology, fall in love in all that Japan has to offer.
Teamlab Borderless Exhibition Hours
Regular Hours (until December)
- Mon – Thu 10:00 – 19:00
- Fri, Sat & Holiday Eve 10:00 – 21:00
- Sun & Holiday 10:00 – 20:00
Regular (Starting January)
- Weekdays 10:00 – 19:00
- Sun, Sat & Holiday 10:00 – 21:00
- From December 14th to December 31st due to a special extension period, 10:00 – 22:00
- January 1-4 10:00 – 21:00
- Last entry 1 hour before the museum closing time.
- EN TEA HOUSE opens 1 hour after the museum door opens. Last order is 30 min before closing.
- Hours may vary depending on the season.
- Closed every 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month
- December 25 is open during the special extension period.
How to Get to Teamlab Borderless, Tokyo
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless
Odaiba Palette Town, 1-3-8 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan Google Map
By Public Transportation
Tokyo Teleport Station (Rinkai Line)
Aomi Station (Yurikamome Line)
5 mins walk toward the big wheel.
Get off at Aomi Station (Yurikamome Line) 3 mins walk toward the big wheel.
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As a leader I will assist my fellow students and I will encourage them to listen and to understand what our teacher told and teach us.
Becoming a good leader is something that most of us strive towards, but it doesn’t come easy — we have to work hard at One of the most difficult aspects of becoming a leader is learning how to motivate your members. It is also one of the most important. Member / classmate who are not motivated will not learn effectively. They won’t retain information, they won’t participate and some of them may even become disruptive. A member / classmate may be unmotivated for a variety of reasons: . It may even come to light that a member / classmate who appeared unmotivated actually has difficulty learning and is in need of special attention.
While motivating members / classmate can be a difficult task, the rewards are more than worth it. Motivated member / classmate are more excited to learn and participate. Simply put: Some members are self-motivated, with a natural love of learning. But even with the classmate / member who do not have this natural drive, a great leader can make learning fun and inspire them to reach their full potential. As a leader I choose to kanda matsuri or sinto festival over time , the featival has come to represent prosperity for the my member or classmate and its quite a special to observe as the parade of portable shrines musicians priest on horseback and dancers make their way through the streets blessing local onlooker the procession end at kanda myojin shrines . As a leader i want to relate this to my course which is foodtrade like baking ex. As a leader you must to instruct your member how to do their work.
But among you it will be different. Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant.” Matthew 20:26
John Rovic Jurada
As a Student leader being assigned in my classmate during that trip I am going to tell them to be more careful while we are strooling around and also not to touch things because the art that is there are irreplaceable and also if there are activities that I would like to suggest in our teacher that would be reaction paper after the trip , going in that kind of place will such an honor to witness different art made by awesome artists and it is going to be an unforgettable experience to go there.
Envision yourself being where there is by all accounts no restriction, no walls, no limits, something borderless. What do you feel? Isn’t astounding to envision yourself being lost on the planet? No problem, no apprehensions, simply unadulterated interest, and energy. Indeed, this is what’s really going on with the Teamlab Borderless Computerized Historical center. It permits you to meander into the nothingness into the “everythingness” of the world. Here, your creative mind and imagination would investigate and encounter lots of astonishing perspectives and landscapes that you just envisioned before in your mind.
I would strongly suggest that you buy your ticket somewhat early on the web, for there is a high likelihood that tickets will be inaccessible or unavailable when you purchase nearby. It is additionally ideal to be in the spot after 3:00 pm so you could keep away from the group for the area will in general be collaborating with guests in certain days. Obviously, remember to carry your camera with you and take photographs and recordings. However, more than the taking of recordings, likewise, significant is that you permit yourself to be drenched in its excellence. For you to completely partake in the exhibition hall, permit 2 to 3 hours of stay. I bet that after those hours, you will emerge from the historical center inclination satisfied and excited.
All things considered, Japan brings a great deal of vacation destinations’ to the table. Beginning from parks, sanctuaries, and any remaining travelers’ center point, it is inescapable that the hint of mechanical headway, for example, the computerized exhibition hall will exist. Gone are the days that you need to envision for these things are as of now here, fit to be seen and experienced. You should simply be here, partake in the occasion, jump all over the chance, and you will be much more captivated to enjoy more. Visit the Teamlab Borderless, experience the magnificence of workmanship through computerized innovation, become hopelessly enamored in all that Japan brings to the table
Justine Bryan P. Custodio
Andrea Isabelle C. Palma
As a leader i can lead them by being role model in showing them how important of the self confidence and prioritize yourself because on base in article we can express ourselves and there’s no limitations for being who you are, and that’s is more important in our daily lives because we can be better in our ways. And the activities that we can suggest to teachers, are the students they can write the things they cannot express or they can draw whatever the thing’s that he or she express their feelings or experience through drawing. We can relate it to our course by doing we can create or express about some more dishes and we think about some new dishes and experience by having a self confidence it can boost our knowledge. Vea Mae Nepomuceno and Lenie E. Esmerda BSIT 3F3
First, being the leader of the class, I got to search for the name of the place online or watch it on youtube. I was amazed by the art and I saw how my teacher enjoyed it. Even though I saw it on video, it feels like you’re entering a different dimension.
How could I motivate my classmates? Despite those exhausted weeks physically and mentally, I suggest/encourage them to watch the digital art museum in Tokyo, Japan. I suggest activities to my teacher to demonstrate the importance of art appreciation by exploring and watching videos in our online class. While imagining myself in the place of borderless world what I have learned is that you have your own kind of culture to practice. Where you can freely walk and pick a path to start. As a food trades student, your curiosity about the place reflect it your future course where you can feel no doubt, no fear, no worries you are freely do whatever you want to be. It just like cooking a meal you don’t need it to follow the instructions into the internet you just have to feel and follow your taste create your own or innovative version of your meal to appreciate your ability.
SHARMAINE BANTILLO BSIT 3F3
LOUIS MIGUEL MALAGA BSIT 3F3
Creativity is very important to me as a food trade student, especially when presenting a portion of food because food Presentation needs to be presentable and pleasant. Visiting TEAMLAB BORDERLESS Digital Museum has a great opportunity for me as a food trade student because this will give me ideas in designing and presenting a food.
After visiting this place with my classmates and teacher, I would like to play a game. When we get back to school, I’ll suggest to my teacher that we hold a contest for the best food presentation. So while we’re in the museum, I will motivate my classmates to cooperate I will tell them to observe and enjoy the beauty of the creation of this museum because it will give us an idea for the upcoming food presentation contest.
VILLAROSA, KRISTEL JOY R.
After visiting the place it was a beautiful place to get a learnings it’s like exploring and interacting in different magical world like if we relate it to our course we explore different recipes in order to have a perfect meal to serve to satisfied the eyes of the customer. Also it was like interacting in different ingredients to cook and prepare dishes to inspire people to have an appreciation in food like how u appreciate the art. By visiting the place we can create ideas to have perfect recipe.
As a leader, I will be the one who taught them to connect to each other so we can build trust and good communication. In order to them to cooperate I will going to motivate them by explaining how beautiful and breathtaking the place. That’s the perfect time to enjoy to relieve their stress. That they can get many life lesson and a lot of opportunities to learn.
As a leader, the activity that I will suggest to my teacher is poster making. By poster making they can get learnings like they will be able draw how they feel and by symbolize their self how colorful it is. They can communicate or attract the attention of a person through their poster making.
NICOLE L. ROBANTE BSIT 3F3
KATRINA PRUDENTE BSIT 3F3
As class leader, I will encourage my classmates to cooperate by reminding them that we are only here once and that helping and working together is a way to make the class better and more progressive. The first thing I will suggest my teacher to do is to be less rigorous and to accommodate the class that needs in order to make them feel at ease.
Aila Mae B. Javelona
As the group’s leader, I’m going to help my students learn how to work together and encourage them to participate in team-building exercises within the museum of digital art. I think we can accomplish our objective if we all work together. Because the instructor wants us to learn this lesson, we must work together and support one another. The greatest method for me to inspire my pupils is to engage them in enjoyable activities at the Digital Art Museum where they may share and exchange ideas with their peers, take photographs, or even work together to create a project. This will help them learn how to collaborate and form friendships. We must be able to function as a unit and make wise judgments, in my opinion. We should be able to guide people in accomplishing goals that we ourselves are unable to achieve as leaders. Being a leader is difficult, but it would be simple if we knew how to have a personal impact on the people we lead. In order to boost their confidence and communication abilities, we must also allow children to express their thoughts and knowledge about the activities. As a food trade student, being a leader in every laboratory performance is very challenging. It always tests your patience with your members, but being a leader requires you to be patient and understand your members so that you can achieve your goals together as a group.
By: Anchel B. Erecido
Michelle O. Nalangan
Digital art museum
As a leader I will motivate them by giving them short introduction about the museum and the art that we can enjoy to watch by interacting with the art we can make an art that never been produce.
I will suggest the teacher to give activity by group to list all the art that appear inside the museum and I will also join them and I will explain what is leadership for example because I’m the leader it doesn’t mean I am exempted to the activities I need also to cooperate to show them that as a leader I can guide in able to get the learnings that we need.
Virgel S. Gabud
As a leader, I will motivate my fellow classmates through challenging them. Not in a way that they will treat their classmates as their competitors or rivals but to challenge them with fun and also learnings. If I am going to suggest an activity to our teacher that is to ask them individually on how they view the illusions and how they can reflect it to theirselves so that everyone can participate and share their own ideas and learnings also at the same time they will going to have fun and learn.Being a leader does not only mean having the power to command on his /her members but also leaders should be the role model on how to be a responsible member of the group should act.As a Foods Trade student,having a potential in leadership is an advantage, in a sense of you have the ability to lead and also be a good example to your fellow students.Being a leader doesn’t only require knowledge, skills but it also requires good communication skills, personality and sympathy.
Belecina,Mae Rose D.
Uy,Jan Marie – BSIT 3F-3
Borderless in Tokyo, Japan is indeed a fascinating place to add on our bucket list adventure. Whether you’re a student, single, couple, and a for a family trip this place is something you can try to visit with its unique ambiance.
If we are a leader of the class, we will motivate our classmates to cooperate on our report about the said trip by doing a POST-TRIP ACTIVITY WORKSHEET, where in we can collect their thoughts and how they see things about the scenery on Teamlab Borderless.
POST-TRIP ACTIVITY WORKSHEET
All About my Teamlab Borderless Trip in Tokyo, Japan
1. Something I saw for the first time –
2. One thing that really made me feel excited on the trip was –
3. I wish I could have stopped and spent more time on – ……… because – ……..
• Paste 2 photos of a specific digital artwork inside the museum that you want to pursue as an inspiration design of your future Food Business Establishment. ( Explain why )
In this kind of activity we can encourage our classmates to imagine, recall, and fell what it would look like, having a digital artwork kind of restaurant.
– With our topic Corporate Culture and Leadership we are enhancing our Power by using our Position to lead, for them to connect with us we are giving them Rewards from the authority of our teacher to give them 2 points in the final grade for the student who can came out with the best photo and idea.
*Jessa Mae D. Cajucson
We are the class’s leaders, Jonalyn and I. Since it is a terrific approach to motivate them and teach them about responsibility, as the class leader, we will inspire our classmates by getting them involved in the activity. To make sure it is useful for us to visit the destination and that we can learn about it. We can advise our teacher to plan a fun activity so that all of our classmates can participate and have fun on our trip. Give each student an assignment related to an artwork they saw in that location, and if they succeed, they get a different reward for every point they acquire.
JONALYN DEGABI AND MENA ALOLOD BSIT 3F3
As we took the first look at one of the top Tokyo attractions in Odaiba, which is the MORI building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamlab Borderless, we couldn’t help ourselves but to feel in love with how creative and imaginative the creator of the place is. This is once in a lifetime opportunity. In our opinion, as the leader of the class/group, I’ll encourage them through sharing the importance of this trip and help them understand the purpose as well as how it will benefit us someday in the future. We will suggest an observational activity. We should share after what experience we liked the most or what thing had capture our heart and how is this significant in pursuing our course or when building our own restaurant someday. Second, what kind of design is suitable for a specific restaurant regarding the digital arts that we’ve seen in the museum. Those with top answers will receive a reward such as free snacks, free ticket, and plus points.
Khea Joy Juanico
We will motivate my classmates to cooperate in the trip in a way that we want them to realize that the money they are spending for the trip, is not easy to find these days and to make them realize that we came to the Digital Art Museum to discover more things about the advance technology that creates the arts inside the museum so that they will be motivated to cooperate in the upcoming activities that we are going to perpetrate inside the Digital Art Museum, comply their work according to the instructions and specifications for the going activities so they will be comeback again soon in the digital art museum being more motivated and captivated and interested. We would suggest activities such as picture taking because we want our classmates to have memorable trip, forming a straight line and wander about the kaleidoscopic lights of the digital museum, and taking time to enjoy the beautiful and breathtaking scenery of the Digital Art Museum.
MARIA ENNAH ZAMORA
Hi, Im planning to visit the Teamlab. Are they accepting debit card online? What payment method did you used?
This truly spectacular! I am amazed that you were able to get some photographs despite the darkness of the place.
You are amazing Jojo. I haven’t heard about this place before. Now, you just motivated me to go back to Japan.
My goodness, I search immediately your blog upon seeing your video post about this place. This is really amazing. I will be bringing my kids with me this summer. Thank you again, Jojo, you are worth every inch to be called a travel blogger.