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Immerse yourself in seemingly magical installations of light and sound.
In the Forest of Lamps, you will stand in a sea of colorful lamps.
Interact with digital artworks that react not only to your movements, but also to each other.
In the Future Park, the youngest guests have a blast.
The dynamic and freely moving installations make each visit unique.
Immerse yourself in magical installations of light and sound
Interact with digital artworks that react not only to your movements, but also to each other
Buy your ticket in advance to secure admission to this often sold-out exhibition
The Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless in Tokyo, the Japanese capital, Tokyo, is unlike anything you've ever seen. Spanning 10,000 square meters, 520 computers and 470 projectors create an experience that engages all five senses. There is no set order to discover this digital art museum. So let your curiosity and imagination run wild and enjoy your stay in this extraordinary museum.
The digital art collective known as teamLab is one of the luminaries of the contemporary art scene. The team of self-proclaimed "ultra-technologists" consists of architects, engineers, programmers, computer animators, mathematicians, musicians and others. This interdisciplinary collaboration has resulted in a complex, highly interactive and engaging digital installation that is now waiting for you in Tokyo.
The dynamic and free-moving installations make each visit unique. In just a few minutes, you can experience a change of scenery in just one place: an explosion of purple flowers here, a downpour of yellow sunflowers there. When you return to the same flower forest a little later, you may find that the season has changed.
Wander along the corridors and get into interesting company as a lively procession of digital performers accompanies you, only to fade away once you reach a certain destination. Art moves freely - the name “borderless” is justified.
In the museum, it's a matter of discovering the magical worlds in five different zones:
In the Borderless World, it's up to you to find your own way in a digital landscape. Run through computer-generated forests and touch luminescent plants until you reach the second zone.
In the Athletics Forest, exercise your brain's ability to recognize space. Balance across a digital chasm on seemingly wobbly boards and bounce around the galaxy on a trampoline.
Younger guests will get their money's worth in the Future Park. Interactive games are designed to stretch the imagination and teach scientific concepts.
The Forest of Resonating Lamps is one of the most popular rooms. Here you stand in a sea of colorful lamps hanging from the ceiling at different heights. As soon as you touch one of the lamps, you will notice how the light spreads from one lamp to another. The mirrored floor makes the magical atmosphere perfect.
In the En Tea House, you can share a cup of tea with other museum visitors and watch as imaginary flowers are made to bloom through Augmented Reality technology.
Closest city: Tokyo
Closest airport: Tokyo Haneda International Airport