Tokyo’s Beloved teamLab Borderless Relocates to Azabudai Hills

The new teamLab Borderless digital art museum is opening in Azabudai Hills in central Tokyo on February 9, 2024.

Tickets are now on sale for the highly anticipated opening, with prices ranging from 1,900 yen for visitors with disabilities to 4,800 yen for adults on peak days.

Here is a summary of the ticket pricing:

Age GroupTicket Price
Adult (18+ years)3,800 – 4,800 yen
Youth (13-17 years)2,800 yen
Child (4-12 years)1,500 yen
Child (under 3 years)Free
Disabled Visitors1,900+ yen

The museum will be open daily from 10am to 9pm, with last admission at 8pm. It will be closed on the first and third Tuesdays of every month.

When teamLab Borderless first opened in Odaiba in 2018, it broke records as the world’s most visited museum for a single artist/art group.

The interactive, immersive digital installations merge across rooms and react to visitors as they wander through the spaces.

Some highlights of the new venue include Bubble Universe, Black Waves, and the three newly unveiled installations.

With tickets now on sale, fans of cutting-edge digital art can finally experience the reinvented teamLab Borderless when it opens next month in Azabudai Hills.

Image taken at Azabudai Hills B1 floor announcing new teamLab coming soon
Image taken at Azabudai Hills B1 floor announcing new teamLab coming soon
Borderless Azabudai

The new location will take over the basement level of the Garden Plaza B building in Azabudai Hills. The complex is a newly redeveloped district by Mori Building. It mixes residential towers, offices, a school, and retail spaces.

TeamLab Borderless originally opened in summer 2018. It set a world record in 2019 for most visited single-artist museum. Over 2 million annual visitors from 160+ countries visited. The new location aims to recreate the magic of the original.

Several new artworks will debut at the reopened museum. One is the ‘Bubble Universe‘ installation. It features light-filled spheres creating a shimmer effect. Another is ‘Megalith Crystal Formation‘ with ‘Flowers and People‘ and ‘Black Waves’ artworks.

The art explores concepts like perception, existence and how humans view the world. It’s part of teamLab’s ‘Existence in Perception’ project. The art changes based on visitor behavior for a unique experience.

Other interactive digital installations will also be featured. The reopen aims to create a new viral sensation and social media destination in Tokyo. An exact opening date is still to be set.

teamLab Plants Extended

The teamLab Planets museum will remain open through 2027 now. It was originally set to close at the end of 2023. This means visitors can see two different teamLab locations for the next few years.

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