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.
Fly Narita (Tokyo), Japan Via Cebu Pacific
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